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By: Tim H.
Olympus Clinic
The WORST medical facility that i have ever been to.The 2.5 google rating that they have is no doubt a generous gift of sympathy. Of 54 reviews, 31 of them rated this provider a 1 star and were exceptionally dissatisfied with the services provided. With poor ratings spanning five years, it seems they are unconcerned about their patients. I wonder what self-respecting physician would be comfortable in that environment. Unnecessary testing by their facility regularly required by their physicians which create unnecessary (hidden) charges that you will get in the mail later.Poorly ran office with no returned phone calls. No one there ever knows whats going on, so calling is usually 30 minutes wasted.If your looking for a new doctor, do yourself a favor and go somewhere else
By: Heather H.
Foothill Family Clinic - Salt Lake City
Reception (Kaitlyn?) is extremely rude and even hung up the phone on me! Pretentious nasty attitude. They told me that Dr. Steele takes United Healthcare but when I called UHC they told me she is not on their list and is not covered. When I called Foothill back to confront them about the issue they got super nasty with me and told me that Dr. Steele sends all claims in under another doctor's name? Since when is THAT legal? Then she rudely hung up on me. Obviously these people have no morals or ethics and are perpetrating what I would consider insurance fraud (Reported to UHC's fraud department). Stay away if you want to be treated with respect.
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By: Ben B.
Foothill Family Clinic - Salt Lake City
In the past I have been happy with with Foothill Family Clinic until now. I called to set up a yearly check up and get a prescription filled at the same time. My doctor was on maternity so the receptionist asked if I would want to see another doctor. “Sure,” I said because I didn’t have a preference. I had my appointment, he did a check up, talked about my health, and renewed my prescription. All good, right? Nope. They labeled the visit as a follow up so now I billed differently (actually have to pay for the visit instead of having a free yearly check up). They are telling me I should have known that the check up that Dr. Whitbeck performed was not a yearly check up. How am I supposed to know? I called for my yearly checkup, met with Dr. Whitbeck… I think this is an issue with the receptionist’s call notes or Dr. Whitbeck not doing a thorough check up. I’m the one left paying the bill that I wasn’t supposed to. There are a lot of doctors out there so I won’t return to them next time.
By: eliza.couture.5
Sugar House Health Center
This clinic was great. I am in between insurance and they offered a payment plan. They have a helpful,knowledgeable staff. They got me in and out quickly. Very glad I went here.
By: pearl.lagua
Intermountain Healthcare
The doctors are good but the receptionist is, rude, unhelpful, unfriendly, accusatory, and an all-around witch. I called to make an appointment for a physical and she told me before she would even let me make an appointment that I would not be able to ask any questions or address any concerns. She then told me that I should go to SLCC to get my physical. She refused to make the appointment. Then I called for an appointment about some pain I am having. Again, before she even offered an appointment she told me they don’t prescribe any narcotics. I had to tell her I don’t want any narcotics I want medical attention to resolve the issue. I had to tell her 4 times I want an appointment. I am not a professional patient and they can review my pharmaceutical records to verify. I don’t need his receptionist to stick her 2 cents. I am not seeing her I'm seeing the doctor. I think I will find another family practice doctor. One who does not have a judgemental receptionist who refuses to make appointments for patients.
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