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I would like to Thank Dr. Culp, Rhonda his Nurse and the lady at front desk for getting me in and out so quickly this AM. Made going to ER as painless as possible.
Went in there for a possible torn back muscle in excruciating pain. They just told me to take Ibuprofen and rest. For the urgent Care I'm going to be charged with a surprise $800 bill. I understand paying for service, but they treated me like a drug seeker and send me on my way. Heck, the Navy gave me way better care. So expect very little with a heavy bill.
Pretty new facility. Always seem to have students around. I have been cared for by MANY part time nurses there. (Wonder why there aren't more full time) I was just informed they won't take Medicare patients thru 2nd party providers. So all those Docs who pay big bucks to have offices in the hospital to help their patients can't use the surgical facilities if the patient has Medicare. This is not what I would call a community focused attitude.
If you have a service dog, don't bother. We were denied access to the waiting room. Had to wait in the parking lot.
Went in a day after a fall. My pinky finger was at a 90 degree angle hanging off my hand. I popped it back in place myself but by the second day the pain was unbearable so i decided to get it checked out. After the doctor checked the x-ray i was told it was a sprain. The only suggestion that was made was a splint and ibuprofen. I mentioned that the ibuprofen was not working for the pain and was told there wasn't anything they could do for me. I've had sprains before and this was not a sprain. I would suggest driving into Madison for care.