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Falsely advertised that they were in my network for doing lab work via my insurance company. Even gave me a card with their logo on it stating they were "in network" with my insurance company. I asked the lab technician and doctor at the office from which my blood was drawn... "Are you sure this is my network?" I was told multiple times, "Yes, it should be."
Month later received a bill which insurance refused to pay because it was "out of network." I had to pay a bill which should have been written off by the hospital for falsely advertising they were "in network" to being with. I consider this facility shady and a SCAM!!!
We were on a holiday in the USA, but my boyfriend got a terrible sunburn 2 days ago. His skin got all red and he had alot of pain and itches. Luckily we could go into the hospital without making any appointments. We got helped very fast and the nurses were also kind to us. He got medications now. Thanks for you help.
My son was in an accident at Mt. Borah. I cannot say enough good things about the medical treatment he received though Lost Rivers Medical Center. The hospital staff, from nursing to the incredible Dr. Browne gave my son medical care that was superior to anything we have received at large regional medical centers. They were helpful not only to my son, but our entire family. They won't be forgotten. Thanks LRMC!
Great medical center! Offers pretty much anything you might need . Imaging, ER dept, medical clinic , physical therapy , pharmacy, eye center, lab and chiropractic care. Pretty impressive for a small town!
Last night I woke up at 4am in a panic, because somerhing was stuck in my throat, and I was having trouble swallowing. It hurt in my chest and back, but I could breathe and talk, so maybe I was overreacting. My husband was away, so I was alone with our toddler. I called the nurse's line at the medical center, and the lady (didn't catch her name) helped me calm down and suggested some things to try to keep moving the blockage down, while also saying it was totally okay to come in and get checked out. She was a very nice person who made a scary sitaution better.