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By: Bill S.
Schneck Medical Center
Total lack of professionalism from office staff even on their end not returning calls despite being left messages. So these incompetents schedule someone for an appointment yet never return the call to the patient. Then get accusatory when asked about when and who called. Its obvious that I'm not the only patient they have the dropped the ball with as a man in front of me in line to talk to the receptionist had similar issues. The doctor on staff, Dr. Woods might as well have been like howling to the moon as it seemed when you told him the problems you have been having ended up tone deaf. As if despite you giving him your medical records from the referring physician had no clue of why that physician put you under the prescribed treatment. I would have expected better in patient care and staff professionalism. Telling me that I am lying when their own staff screwed up my appointment time despite my repeated calls isn't good administration but lack of attention to detail.
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By: Henry J.
Schneck Medical Center
Full office of doctors, and they ask you to rate the doctors you would like to have as your primary doctor. 5+ doctors, and wouldn't even take me as a patient? I was told they only ask the first 2 you list from 1-5 on your paperwork. I came in October 26th (10-26-15) with a terrible case of tonsillitis. Despite my insurance making me pick a primary doctor (Pamela H Snook MD in my case); I was told I had not been approved at "their office" despite being told when I signed up for the insurance, that I had to pick a "primary" doctor. I went in today (11/18/15) weeks later; only to be told that they would not accept me as a patient, and to try another office entirely. Thanks doc...good thing I wasn't sick...right? 103.6 is not serious or anything. Almost a month later and never did get in to see a doctor. Tells you about the state HIP insurance and the doctors they choose I suppose. I would not recommend this doctor to anyone with the treatment I got at the office. Totally unprofessional in my experience.
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By: Jim G.
Schneck Medical Center
Mother went into emergency room. I 200 miles away. I called the phone number listed on website on a Sunday and rang 20 times without an answer. Used alternative number. Radiology answered with no ability to give me any information. Gave me a third number that was not listed on the website that was able to help. Inexcusable.
By: Tammy S.
Schneck Medical Center
This is my second time at schneck medical center for a partial knee replacement on both knees performed by Dr Kris Williams and I will tell you this I have been to several hospitals with family unfortunately and schneck has been hand's down superior to all of them from beginning to end.
By: Mackenzie B.
Schneck Medical Center
Any time i go there i have a good experience i only had two problems with this Hospital that because of two sstaff members one wwas one of my obgyn she was really rude to me aabout my weight and the stuff member was one the lad people she bruised my arm while taking my blood because she didnt do it right the the rest of my experience was good
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