4k is not average nor customary for an annual pap!
After I fought long and hard and even showed them that my tests are good, some informatio
Who goes in for a well woman exam and gets fleeced for $4k???
"We are not in the business of consoling patients or patient's spouses." .......
Where do we get the bumper sticker? People should know if this is really your policy.
ALWAYS told to get here early. ALWAYS left in the outer waiting room over an hour. Then the inner waiting room wait starts. ALWAYS like this. Should switch but it's a hassle to find a new ...doc.
My mother was going away a couple of days ...and ended up becoming sick. She went into cardiac arrest and was sent by ambulance to this facility Wake Baptist. Yes due to past experience
I sat next to a man that was having chest pain and problems breathing!
A lady that was eating ice cream out of a tub with her hands offering it to people.
A man gagging and throwing up blood.
#allheart ? Yea right.
When you go to a hospital it should be, 1- go to front counter and tell them why you are there
2- Wait in the waiting room (not for 5 fuckin hours)
3- Be called back for vitals etc
4- then brought right to the back to wait to see a nurse/
Not Go up to fill out forms, sit back down and repeat 5 times.
People are there because they are clearly not doing okay.
I walked out of your glorious AllHeart Hospital in worse pain then when I walked in!!!!!!!
This hospital needs to get it's shit straight or shut your doors!!!
I better not see a bill for being registered
it ...was totally gone !!!! 5 anchors and a bicep repair!!
I am getting ready for him to fix my other shoulder..
Meet Brooke Corley! Brooke is a valuable member of the Wake Forest Baptist Health Athletic Training Outreach Program. She is assigned to R.J. Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Brooke is a NATABOC (National Athletic Trainers Association, Board of Certification) certified athletic trainer, licensed by the State of North Carolina.
Brooke is from Wingate, North Carolina. She graduated from Methodist University in 2013 with her Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Tr...aining. She was also a member of the Women’s Soccer team at Methodist. She was named Methodist Scholar Athlete and USA South Academic All-Conference all four years of her collegiate career.
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