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05/19/2017
By: Steven A.
Tucson Orthopaedic Institute PC
My 22 year old daughter is a dance major at University of Arizona. She had an ankle injury and saw a doctor at this practice in March 2017. She was provided a walking boot at the time of the appointment. It was an Ossur Form Fit Walking Boot and it sells for $47.50 at Walmart. She was charged $499 for this boot. Our insurance paid 50% of the cost and left us with the rest. Their billing department has been less an cordial about this issue. They claim she had signed a form for the boot. I have three kids and gone through dozens of boots and ankle braces over the years. Never have I had to sign a form before. That in itself is a red flag for me. They are sending it to me. This incident alone demonstrates that this is a very unethical business and I would be very cautious engaging them.
09/27/2016
By: Sandra V.
Southwest Orthopaedic Surgery Specialists
I was referred to this office by my Primary Dr. I went in last Friday September 23, 2016, before we walked in a patient exiting the office warned us of a very long wait. My appointment was scheduled for 10:30am, I was not taken back till 11:30am, then I waited another 45 minutes in the room for Dr. Today is Tuesday, I started calling at 8:15 this morning as I have to schedule my knee surgery, I was told both women who schedule surgeries were in with patients ? Then called an hr. after, same thing. Again I called at 11:20am, the very rude receptionist told me they had 48 to 72 hrs. to call patients back. The three times I called the receptionists were very rude, I have never dealt with anyone as rude as these girls. My surgeon told me on Friday I needed to schedule the surgery really soon, now how can I if they don't call me back.
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09/07/2016
By: Josie G.
Southwest Orthopaedic Surgery Specialists
My cab dropped me off at a different office and they came and took me by wheelchair to their location staff and nurses great job
11/20/2014
By: Denise R.
Pima Orthopedic Physicians LLC
Dr Medlan is the best but the office staff and the nurses are the worst. Failed to send orders over to the x-ray place failed to tell us the x-ray had moved. LONG LONG LONG LONG WAITS at the office, Looking for a new Dr with a staff that cares
03/01/2012
By: swortho
Southwest Orthopaedic Surgery Specialists
From Sandra O. (July 23, 2010) I recently had both of my feet operated on by Dr. Kiarash. Not only is he an incredibly skilled surgeon, but his entire office and support team is phenomenal as well! I have absolutely zero reservations in recommending them highly!
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