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Boulder valley asthma and allergy

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Boulder valley asthma and allergy


Boulder Medical Center, boulder Medical Center (BMC) founded in 1949 is a physician owned multi-specialty group practice that serves the care Boulder and the Louisville-Broomfield regions. BMC has approximately 65 physicians, 18 Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants and 300 support staff providing exceptional, comprehensive primary and specialty health care. BMC offers the convenience of a one-stop medical practice, serving patients at three locations that are strategically located at or near a hospital.

I've been here twice (two office visits for the same problem). The doctor failed to solve my problem and gouged me for as much money as possible.

I now know I have reactive rhinitis. But at first I assumed it was allergies, since I've had them before, so I went. He did a bunch of testing, ruled out allergies, and diagnosed a sinus infection.

He put me on antibiotics. But I've had sinus infections before, and they usually start responding to antibiotics after a few days. So, when I was feeling worse after five days, I called and asked to speak to the doctor.

The nurse refused to put him on the phone and insisted I finish the antibiotics course. I did, and guess what? I was still completely miserable.

I called back right away, and again wasn't able to speak to the doctor. The nurse made me an appointment the next day.

I left work asthma early, drove half an hour through traffic, and sat in the waiting room for 20 minutes. Menich took me back into his room for all of TWO minutes and told me he didn't know what was wrong. He referred me to an ENT.

Why not just tell me that on the phone, rather than waste my time coming to your office? To get more money, that's why. I got my bill a couple weeks later, including an 80 charge for that last "office visit" where he didn't even examine.

I called their billing department and spoke to a very nice, understanding woman, who said she would talk. Menich about it and try to get that charge dropped. I never heard back, but two weeks later I got another bill for the.

 

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