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09/14/2017
By: Kp K.
Premier Care Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
Premier Care lives up to their name in professionalism, courtesy, and caring. I see three doctors within the group; all are highly skilled and are willing to spend the time with me I need to make sure I'm aware of all my treatment options, plus they are caring and considerate of me, a person, not just a patient. I would, and DO, recommend them to anyone looking for quality, peronal care.
07/08/2017
By: Lisa B.
Dr. Jason Thomas Rich, MD
Dr. Rich is the best physician I've had the experience to work with. I am treated with respect, and have been actively involved with my treatment and care, since 2012. I've never felt marginalized, and have been encouraged to learn as much as possible by asking questions, and discussing research.Dr. Rich is kind and engaging, with a quiet sense of humor. He is a most gifted surgeon and person, whom I would recommend to friends, family, and anyone seeking professional medical care.
06/18/2017
By: Mike H.
Smith Surgical Services
I had a hernia repaired there. The doctor performed a great job, but the office is horrible. If you have Aflac they charge $20 to fill out paperwork, of which I'm being told that is illegal. Then it takes 5-10 days to fill out the papers. So if your waiting for your money to pay bills like I was you have to end up borrowing from your parents because of the bad time frame. The thing that made me mad the most was that the Dr listed my HERNIA as a sickness. Now the last time I checked you can't walk down the street and "catch" a hernia. It's not a virus. It's a tear in your abdominal wall ( caused by an injury) minor or major. So that caused me not to get paid for a whole week from Aflac. Even the underwriters at Aflac told me to tell him to change the paperwork so they could pay me, because they knew how a hernia is caused. His response was that's insurance fraud and I won't do it. This is also the same person that when I was in there for my follow up visit to get released back to work, told me that I could tell the nurse my back to work date could be when ever I wanted 1, 2, or even 3 months from that day, he didn't care. I was in there 3 weeks post op an we talked originally about going back to work 4 weeks post op, (which is what I did). I find it strange that someone so concerned with insurance fraud would even say this.
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06/11/2017
By: Sarah S.
Overland Medical Group
billing office does not honor insurance that the office tells patients they accept, it is wrong and fraud to charge a patient for a service that their insurance will cover but the billing office won't process it correctly.
04/12/2017
By: jrd9436
Scheperle, Mark A Md
Very happy with the care this practice offers. Can be very busy. Hard to get a last minute appointment.
03/06/2017
By: Sharon S.
Smith, Barry J, MD
The anesthesia charges for this group is OUTRAGES. $910.00 for a 2 minute visit with the patient to review the already completed H&P and $840.00 charge for the CRNA to sit with a patient for a 10 minute procedure. Will be reporting this excessive billing practice to the St. Louis Medical Society. What a rip off. Will never go to this facility again or see these providers.
02/27/2017
By: Joyce S.
Dr. Jason Thomas Rich, MD
Dr. Rich is not only extremely professional, he is also very caring and shows genuine interest in his patients. I trust him completely and would not hesitate to recommend him.
02/09/2017
By: Lisa O.
Psych Care Consultants
Do not go here.They do not care about their patients.They do not refill serious medications when needed even after the pharmacy continues to make calls. You are only a name and a number. So very discouraged, it makes sense after dealing with this facility why people with mental health problems give up and don't get the help they need...
02/02/2017
By: Stephen H.
Dr. Jason Thomas Rich, MD
Dr Rich is professional , customer service orientated and is very likable. He goes out of his way to explain every procedure that is done on me.. I wish him nothing better the best and it is not surprising that he is in the top 100 nation way in his specially . I wish him well ! Stephen B Hopkins
01/19/2017
By: Patricia P.
Figenshau, Sherbume R, MD
The best specialty urologist in our opinion. Knowledgeable & very caring & compassionate. Follows up himself very quickly.
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