CPT CODE 99381, 99382 - 99385 - Preventive visit new patient

CPT Code and description

99381 - Initial comprehensive preventive medicine evaluation and management of an individual including an age and gender appropriate history, examination, counseling/anticipatory guidance/risk factor reduction interventions, and the ordering of laboratory/diagnostic procedures, new patient; infant (age younger than 1 year)

99382 - Initial comprehensive preventive medicine evaluation and management of an individual including an age and gender appropriate history, examination, counseling/anticipatory guidance/risk factor reduction interventions, and the ordering of laboratory/diagnostic procedures, new patient; early childhood (age 1 through 4 years)


99383 - Initial comprehensive preventive medicine evaluation and management of an individual including an age and gender appropriate history, examination, counseling/anticipatory guidance/risk factor reduction interventions, and the ordering of laboratory/diagnostic procedures, new patient; late childhood (age 5 through 11 years) - Average fee amount $110 - $130

99384 - Initial comprehensive preventive medicine evaluation and management of an individual including an age and gender appropriate history, examination, counseling/anticipatory guidance/risk factor reduction interventions, and the ordering of laboratory/diagnostic procedures, new patient; adolescent (age 12 through 17 years) Average fee amount $120 - $140

99385 - Initial comprehensive preventive medicine evaluation and management of an individual including an age and gender appropriate history, examination, counseling/anticipatory guidance/risk factor reduction interventions, and the ordering of laboratory/diagnostic procedures, new patient; 18-39 years  -  Average fee amount - $120 - $ 150


State Exceptions

Arizona Per Arizona State Regulations, effective 4/1/14 claims for EPSDT services must be submitted on a CMS (formerly HCFA) 1500 form for members up to age 21. Providers must bill for preventative EPSDT services using the preventative service, office or other outpatient services and preventive medicine CPT codes (99381 – 99385, 99391 – 99395) with an EP modifier.

EPSDT visits are paid at a global rate for the services specified and no additional reimbursement is allowed. Providers must use an EP modifier to designate all services related to the EPSDT well child check-ups, including  routine vision and hearing screenings.

* A list of preventative, office or other outpatient services that are considered included in the global payment of the preventive medicine CPT code is attached to this policy

*  Ocular photoscreening with interpretation and report, bilateral (CPT code 99174) is allowed for members under age 19.

Arizona EPSDT Bundled

Codes List

A list of preventative, office or other outpatient services that are considered included in the global payment for the preventive medicine CPT codes (99381 – 99385, 99391 – 99395).


DC EPSDT Well-Child Visit Billing Reference Guide

When conducting a well-child visit (WCV), a primary care provider (PCP) must perform all components required in a visit and all age-appropriate screenings and/or assessments as required in the DC Medicaid HealthCheck Periodicity Schedule. Covered screening services are medical, developmental/mental health, vision, hearing and dental. The components of medical screening include:

* Comprehensive health and developmental history that assesses for both physical and mental health as well as for substance use disorders

* Comprehensive, unclothed physical examination

* Appropriate immunizations (as established by ACIP)

* Laboratory testing (including blood lead screening appropriate for age and risk factors)

* Health education and anticipatory guidance for both the child and the caregiver.i

To bill for a well-child visit:

* Use the age-based CPT code (99381-99385; 99391-99395). See Table 1.

o Use the following ICD-9 diagnosis codes listed in Table 1 in conjunction with the CPT Code

* Bill for each separate assessment/screening performed using the applicable CPT code from Table 2.

* If a screening or assessment is positive and requires follow-up or a referral, please use modifier TS with the applicable screening code that had a positive result.

DO NOT USE THE E&M OUTPATIENT VISIT CODES (99201-99205; 99213-99215) TO BILL FOR A WELLCHILD VISIT.


Table1: Age Based Preventive Visit CPT Codes Table 2: Screening/Assessment CPT Codes

Patient’s Age                CPT Code           Dx Code

< 1 year  99381/91  new/established  V20.31,  20.32,  V20.2

1 – 4 years 99382/92 V20.2

5 – 11 years 99383/93 V20.2

12 – 17 years 99384/94 V20.2

18 – 21 years 99385/95 V70.0


Billing for Preventive Behavioral Services (Postpartum Depression Assessment and other  Mental Health-Related Services)

Multiple sets of billing codes are provided—some for visits completely devoted to preventive services, and some for primary care physician use for mental health diagnosis and patient  management. For most visits, the screening will take less than 3 minutes. Follow-up on screening results can then be billed as diagnosis and patient management.

Benefit packages will differ among and between insurance carriers and different policies offered by a single carrier. Practitioners will have to check with the insurance carrier or managed care plan to decide which codes to use to provide specific services to specific patients.

It is important to note that billing codes are expressed in terms of “encounters,” and that an outpatient visit may include multiple “encounters.” Here again, a provider must inquire with his or her managed care plan or insurance carrier to determine which encounters, within a single
outpatient visit, are to be “bundled,” and which are to be billed separately.

Preventive Medicine, Individual Counseling, and/or Risk Factor Reduction Intervention Provided to an Individual as a Separate Procedure

CPT Code and Approximate Duration of Procedure

99401 - 15 minutes

99402 - 30 minutes

99403 - 45 minutes

99404 - 60 minutes

CPT Code for Initial Evaluation of New Patient (Bold)  

CPT Code for Periodic Reevaluation  Age Range

99381 – 99391 - Under 1 year

99382 – 99392 - 1-4

99383 – 99393 - 5-11

99384 – 99394 - 12-17

99385 – 99395 - 18-39

99386 – 99396 - 40-64

99387 – 99397 - 65 and over

who would be responsible if patient enrolled in HMO for some period



 Patient Is a Member of a Medicare Advantage (MA) Organization for Only a Portion of the Billing Period

Where a patient either enrolls or disenrolls in an MA organization (See Pub. 100-01, the General Information, Eligibility, and Entitlement Manual, Chapter 5, §80 for definition) during a period of services, two factors determine whether the MA organization is liable for the payment.

• Whether the provider is included in inpatient hospital or home health PPS, and

• The date of enrollment.



Hospital Services

If the provider is an inpatient acute care hospital, inpatient rehabilitation facility or a long term care hospital, and the patient changes MA status during an inpatient stay for an inpatient institution, the patient’s status at admission or start of care determines liability.

If the hospital inpatient was not an MA enrollee upon admission but enrolls before discharge, the MA organization is not responsible for payment.

For hospitals exempt from PPS (children’s hospitals, cancer hospitals, and psychiatric hospitals/units) and Maryland waiver hospitals, if the MA organization has processing jurisdiction for the MA involved portion of the bill, it will direct the provider to split the bill and send the appropriate portions to the appropriate FI or MA organization. When forwarding a bill to an MA organization, the provider must also submit the necessary supporting documents.

If the provider is not a PPS provider, the MA organization is responsible for payment for services on and after the day of enrollment up through the day that disenrollment is effective.


Home Health

If the patient was enrolled in the MA organization before start of care, the MA organization is liable until disenrollment. Upon disenrollment, an episode must be opened under home heath PPS for billing to the FI.

If the beneficiary was not an MA enrollee upon admission but enrolls before discharge, the home health PPS episode will end as of the day before the MA enrollment. The episode will be proportionately paid according to its shortened length (i.e., paid a partial episode payment [PEP] adjustment). The MA organization is responsible for payment as of the MA enrollment date.

CPT CODE 90686 AND 90715

CPT CODE and description

90686 - Influenza virus vaccine, quadrivalent (IIV4), split virus, preservative free, when administered to individuals 3 years of age and older, for intramuscular use -

90715 - Tetanus, diphtheria toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine (Tdap), when administered to individuals 7 years or older, for intramuscular us


Tdap Tetanus -Diphtheria -Pertussis Boostrix SKB Pedi: 1 dose at 11-12 years; Catch-up vaccination < 19 yrs; during each pregnancy 0.5 mL IM 90715 115 Free Adacel PMC Adult: 1 dose for unvaccinated adults >19 years ; vaccinate pregnant5 women during each pregnancy; Varicella Chickenpox Varivax MSD Pedi & Adult: 1 st dose at 12-15 months; catch-up vaccination
children and adults 19- 26 years 0.5 mL SC 90716 21 Free


DT  & Tdap/Td Administration of influenza virus vaccine Varicella virus vaccine (VAR), live, for subcutaneous use (Varivax) Influenza Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids adsorbed (Td), preservative free, when administered to individuals 7 years or older, for intramuscular use Tetanus, diphtheria toxoids and acellular pertussis (Tdap), when administered to individuals 7 years or older, for intramuscular use


Background

This recurring update notification provides the payment allowances for the following seasonal infl uenza virus vaccines, when payment is based on 95 percent of the Average Wholesale Price (AWP).

The Medicare Part B payment allowances for the following Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) or Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes below apply for the effective dates of August 1, 2015­ July 31, 2016:

• CPT 90655 Payment allowance is pending;

• CPT 90656 Payment allowance is pending;

• CPT 90657 Payment allowance is pending;

• CPT 90661 Payment allowance is pending;

• CPT 90685 Payment allowance is pending;

• CPT 90686 Payment allowance is pending;

• CPT 90687 Payment allowance is pending;

• CPT 90688 Payment allowance is pending;

• HCPCS Q2035 Payment allowance is pending;

• HCPCS Q2036 Payment allowance is pending;

• HCPCS Q2037 Payment allowance is pending; and

• HCPCS Q2038 Payment allowance is pending.


Submit claims for shingles or tetanus vaccinations to Medicare Part D

Providers who have administered a shingles (90736; regardless of any diagnosis) or tetanus vaccine (90714, 90715, 90718 & 90723; regardless of any diagnosis) to our individual and group-sponsored Medicare Advantage plan members with pharmacy benefits should bill the Medicare Part D Benefit. Providers will encounter a denial if these claims are billed to the Medical benefit because the claim is covered under Medicare Part D only. This applies to the vaccine and the administration charges. Please note you can refer your patients to their local pharmacy for administration as well.
For Medicare Part B benefit of tetanus vaccine (90703; diagnosis range 800.00 to 897.99), this may be submitted as a medical claim for processing.



A given service or procedure billed to the Medicare program may not be linked to a National Coverage Determination (NCD) or Local Coverage Determination (LCD). Assuming all other requirements of the program are met and absent specific coverage criteria outlined in a LCD or NCD, all procedures or services must meet the medically reasonable and necessary threshold for coverage as demonstrated by the performing provider or attending physician in the official medical record. The Noncovered Services LCD compiles services or procedures that have been addressed by the Medical Policy department as to the medically reasonable and necessary threshold for coverage. Certain services or procedures will not have specific level I or level II HCPCS coding. Such services or procedures would be coded as the appropriate unclassified code. Occasionally services or procedures will be identified by a specific level I (Category I or Category III CPT code) or level II HCPCS code. It is the expectation that physicians and allied providers code to specificity. Payment of a claim is not a coverage statement especially if payable codes were used to bypass the medical review of more specific Level I/Category I unlisted codes or Level I/Category III codes or level II HCPCS codes.

In determining if a service or procedure reaches the threshold for coverage, this contractor addresses the quality of the evidence per the program integrity manual in making its recommendation to non-cover a service, pending new information in the public domain. This recommendation is taken through the LCD development process (draft recommendation of noncoverage, 45-day comment period, CAC advisory meeting, open public meeting, finalization, and 45-day notice period). Any interested stakeholder can request a reconsideration of an LCD after the notice period. In the case of the Noncovered Services LCD the stakeholder will receive a list of the articles and related information in the public domain that were addressed by the Medical Policy department in making the noncoverage decision. If the stakeholder has new information based on the evaluation of the list, a LCD reconsideration can be initiated. It is the responsibility of the interested stakeholder to request the evidentiary list from the contractor and to submit the additional articles, data, and related information in support of their request for coverage. The request must meet the LCD reconsideration requirements outlined on the web site.

It is not unusual that there will be a paucity of information for an emerging technology or service, and the Medial Policy department may noncover a service as noted in this LCD awaiting information in the public domain on safety and efficacy based on the quality of evidence. Also this contractor may be silent in terms of LCD in regard to a service or procedure (such a procedure or service is not listed in the Noncovered Services LCD or has been removed from the Noncovered Services LCD). A service or procedure not addressed in the Noncovered Services LCD is not a positive coverage statement. Claims for such services assuming all other requirements of the program are met would always need to meet the medically reasonable and necessary threshold for coverage in a prepayment or post payment audit of the official medical record.

CPT CODE 99080, 99090, 99091 - special review codes

CPT CODE and description

99080 - Special reports such as insurance forms, more than the information conveyed in the usual medical communications or standard reporting form - average fee amount - $0.00

99090 - Analysis of clinical data stored in computers (eg, ECGs, blood pressures, hematologic data

99091 - Collection and interpretation of physiologic data (eg, ECG, blood pressure, glucose monitoring) digitally stored and/or transmitted by the patient and/or caregiver to the physician or other qualified health care professional, qualified by education, training, licensure/regulation (when applicable) requiring a minimum of 30 minutes of time


Use Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code 99080 for additional diagnoses

 BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York encourages claim submissions containing the maximum number of diagnosis codes along with CPT code 99080, which allows multiple ICD-9/ICD-10 diagnosis codes.

• Code 99080 can be used with Evaluation and Management (E/M) codes when a patient has multiple medical conditions, but only one procedure was performed in your office on the date of service.

• If you already use 99080 for other reasons, such as medical records or workers’ compensation, your practice management system should be updated to use this code for reporting additional diagnoses also.

• Some EMRs require every diagnosis code to point to a CPT code, while other EMRs do not; therefore, there will be occasional discrepancies between the number of diagnosis codes providers believe they are sending and what we actually receive.

• Some practice management systems limit the number of diagnosis codes that can be submitted with a claim. Provider offices experiencing system limitations are encouraged to contact their software vendor for assistance.

• The examples provided show how to best use  this code.

MEDENT Users Only: Use EXTDX or 99080 ANSI 5010 guidelines specify a maximum of 12 diagnosis codes can be sent at the claim level; however, charges can only have a total of 4 diagnosis pointers in MEDENT software.

To allow additional diagnosis codes to be sent on claims, MEDENT programmed a special house code – EXTDX – that can be entered at charge entry for the additional diagnosis codes.


How does this work?

MEDENT looks for any EXTDX code with a matching doctor, location, and date of service for the charge being billed.

The diagnosis codes listed on the charge activity of the matching EXTDX charge will be added to the claim. Up to 12 diagnosis codes can be sent.

Diagnosis codes beyond the maximum allowed per claim will not be sent.

MEDENT will not send duplicate diagnosis codes  on the same claim. The EXTDX feature will automatically work with any electronic or printed insurance claim.



Development of an updated treatment plan will be billed using Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code 99080, “Special reports such as insurance forms, more than the information conveyed in the usual medical communications or standard reporting form.”



ValueOptions - TRICARE South ABA Benefits


Approved Codes

S5108 (Functional Behavioral Assessment, Initial Treatment Plan, and ABA rendered by authorized provider)

S5108 (Initial Functional Behavioral Assessment, Initial Treatment Plan, and ABA reinforcement rendered jointly by Supervisor and Tutor)

Pilot Assessment (OPBH 53)

1181F (Initial assessment by BCBA) with G8539 (Initial assessment & TP per 15 min units); G9165  (patient status code); AND G9166 (initial ABA TP goal); OR if no deficiencies found use G8542 with 1181F

99080 (Treatment plan updates) H2019 (ABA reinforcement rendered directly by Tutor) 96110 & 96111 (psychometric testing)

90887 (Progress meetings w/family) 99080 (Development of progress report and updated BP) Pilot ABA & Reinforcement (OPBH 52)

90887 (Quarterly progress meetings with bene’s caregivers)

S5108 (ABA reinforcement rendered jointly by Supervisor and BCaBA/Tutor)

H2019 (ABA reinforcement rendered directly by BCaBA/Tutor)

S5110 (Family/caregiver training by BCBA)

S5115 (Beneficiary ABA by BCBA)

1450F (Reassessment & TP update by BCBA) with G8539 (repeat assessment & TP per 15 min units); G9165 (patient status code); AND G9166 (ABA TP goal update); OR if discharge is indicated, use G8542 (continued ABA not indicated); and G9167 (discharge from ABA) with 1140F ValueOptions - TRICARE South ABA Benefits Criteria to receive ABA Enrolled in ECHO. Eligibility and registration are prerequisites to ECHO benefits being authorized

Vidant medical center - Hospital , Facility - Review.


Hospital

The Vidant medical center (deriving its name from the Latin word vi and Spanish word vida that both mean life), is a hospital located in Greenville, North Carolina. It is basically a primary teaching hospital for the prestigious east Carolina University’s school of medicine, the Brody School of medicine. The Vidant Medical Center, or the Vidant Hospital, is also the flagship medical center for Vidant health, a nonprofit hospital system made of eight hospitals, home health, physician practices, hospice and wellness centers among other facilities. A merit that the Vidant Medical Center holds for boasting is that it is a level 1 trauma center and it is one of the only 6 in the entire state of North Carolina. In addition to that, It is also the only level I trauma center east of the city of Raleigh, the capital city of North Carolina. Vidant medical center is actually the main medical care center for a diverse and complicated rural area that is home to approximately 2 million people. Not only is it a primary place of safety and care, but the Vidant Medical Center itself is considered to the 20th large employer of North Carolina.

There are over a million people that are able to use the Vidant Medical Services every year as it covers 29 counties. Over the course of a year, on average more than 3,500 babies will be born here. Being an academic medical center, there is a very wide spectrum of services and information offered to patients and students alike.

History

The prestigious Vidant medical center was formerly known as the Pitt community hospital and was located around the downtown area of Greenville. This old and well established institute was called The Pitt General Hospital in 1934 and came later to be known as Pitt County Memorial Hospital in 1949. For a long time the medical center was called the Pitt Country Memorial Hospital (PCMH), but finally in 2011 the hospital again changed its name to UHS medical center. The name change was unsuccessful because the name and brand UHS was already taken. The brand then finally and officially changed its name to it’s most recent and current name - the Vidant Medical Center.

Speaking about it’s proximity, the hospital moved from downtown Greenville to west Greenville back in 1951. At this time they only had 120 beds. There was an increase once 1958 came about (200 beds total). While the hospital was still small for the years to come, after a $9 million bond was created, the hospital then expanded to 350 beds total as well as offering 80 physicians in 1972. In 1977, the hospital moved to its new location in eastern Greenville with 355 beds. It has been at that location ever since and this is when East Carolina University medical students started taking classes there.
Fast forward to today, there have been many firsts performed like the first kidney transplant and even open heart surgery. The Vidant Medial Center kept growing and with the help of donations, the hospital now has it’s very own chapel that has 100 seats, places for meditating as well as an outdoor reflecting pool. There has been a lot of development for the Vidant Medical Center throughout it’s lifetime in order for it to be the amazing medical hub it is today.


Services

The services offered by the vidant medical center are plenty to say the least. To suit and meet all imaginable health care needs for people of all ages and groups, the vidant medical center offers a vast amount of services.

These services included are as follows:

1. Asthma program (pediatric)
2. Behavioral and mental health
3. Cancer care
4. Cardiology (pediatric)
5. Cardiovascular rehabilitation
6. Children’s emergency department
7. Children’s hospital
8. Cyberknife
9. Community health programs
10. Diagnostic imaging
11. Electro convulsive therapy
12. Emergency locations
13. Endoscopy
14. Heart and vascular care
15. Hospice care
16. Lifeline personal response system
17. Home health
18. Minor emergency department
19. Neurosciences
20. Neurosurgery
21. Open MRI
22. Orthopedics
23. Pain management
24. Palliative care
25. Pastoral care
26. Pediatric rehabilitation
27. Pulmonary rehabilitation
28. Pitt partners for health
29. Radiology
30. General rehabilitation services
31. School health services
32. Sleep services
33. Speech pathology
34. Spine surgery
35. Sports medicine
36. Stroke care
37. Surgical services
38. Senior services
39. Surgicenter
40. Transplant services
41. Trauma and acute care surgery
42. Vidant wellness centers
43. Vocational evaluation
44. Weight loss
45. Weight loss surgery
46. Wellness and prevention
47. Women’s care
48. Wound healing among a lot of other services


Like mentioned before, The Vidant medical center is the largest employer in eastern North Carolina and the 20th overall employer in the state owing to the size and facilities offered by the center. Also, covering such a wide spectrum is what makes the Vidant Medical Center so vital for those living in North Carolina.

Facilities 

The Vidant Medical Center is licensed for and houses 861 beds and has an admission of 39,360 in fiscal year 2009 which has since been increased till this day in 2016. Out of the 861 beds, 734 are general beds, 75 are rehabilitation beds and 52 are psychiatric beds. The Vidant Medical Center has 35 operating rooms, out of which 26 rooms are shared inpatient/ambulatory surgery, four rooms are for C-section, while three rooms are other inpatient and two rooms are for endoscopy.
Wellness center

The Vidant medical center is a spectacular institute. It offers an immense variety of services that it offers. Among the facilities offered by the Vidant medical center has a great wellness center as well, called the Vidant wellness center. The Vidant wellness center has three cutting edge gyms at three very convenient locations namely Ahoskie, Greenville and Washington. Instead of going to a gym somewhere nearby where there aren’t even fitness experts to guide you on your weight loss journey, the Vidant wellness centers provide you with the medically modeled facility which not only helps you measure your current fitness but also helps you define your goals and empower you to achieve your ideal and best health. The Vidant wellness centers even offer unique and unconventional exercises including aquatics and zumba. The Vidant wellness centers are the perfect option for anyone of any age or weight looking to lose or maintain weight but in a way that is centered towards getting and remaining healthy.

Contact information

The Vidant medical center and all its facilities are known to always have been extremely accessible. Specifically in Greenville, North Carolina, there are a number of ways to contact the hospital.

The current address of the Vidant Medical Center is as follows

Vidant Medical Center
2100 Stantonsburg Road
PO Box 6020
Greenville, North Carolina 27853-6028
Website : https://www.vidanthealth.com/medicalcenter/




The most commonly called phone numbers to contact the Vidant Medical Center is as follows:

Main Hospital: 252-847-4100
Admissions: 252-847-5941
Emergency Department: 252-847-0279 or 252-847-0191
Children’s Emergency Department: 252-847-1517
Patient Accounts: 252-847-5117
Recruitment: 252-847-4556
Pastoral Services: 252-847-4790
ReferDirect aka physician referrals: 1-800-816-7264


If you want to contact any one of the hospitals that aren’t only in Greenville, as well a wellness centers or just want to get in touch with a physical for a consultation, all you have to do is reach out to the hospital at the given numbers. To help make it very easy for anyone to contact the hospitals and their staff to access any facility or service, here’s a list of the contact numbers of all the Vidant hospitals.


Vidant Beaufort hospital: 252-975-4100
Vidant Bertie hospital: 252-794-6600
Vidant Chowan hospital: 252-482-8451
Vidant Duplin hospital: 910-296-0941
Vidant Edgecombe hospital: 252-641-7700
Vidant medical center: 252-847-4100
Vidant Roanoke-Chowan hospital: 252-209-3000
The outer banks hospital: 252-449-4500


Summary

All in all, the Vidant Medical Center is a dream come true for everyone’s health problems as well as those who are looking to get an in depth medical education. The center and all its hospitals employ a large number of people in the state which is also a great way of giving back to the community. You can feel safe getting your medical care as the Vidant Medical Center is run around the clock to help people just like you who are in need.


In addition to the health benefits they provide to the people, the staff is all extremely qualified and equipped to fulfilling all people’s medical needs. Not only are the people and employees at the Vidant medical center extremely friendly and caring. Who would want to get medical care somewhere that seemed like they didn’t care about their patients? The Vidant Medical Center makes sure that each and every patient receives the highest quality care possible. This is the reason why the hospital itself is so highly regarded. The students are able to take this attitude towards their future medical careers making this a great place of influence for those aspiring in the medical industry.

After many updates and improvements over the years, the center is also home to some of the most high tech and powerful machinery for allowing you to acquire the best medical care that can be offered in North Carolina. With its wellness centers and rehabilitation centers, the Vidant medical center caters not only to your illnesses but also lets you achieve your perfect and ideal health. No matter what you need, the Vidant Medical Center practically has you covered.

Review

They have got nearly 4 stary in Google review. Though some bad reviews and Many better review shows its 4 star rating.

Alexandra - I was treated as the result of a car wreck. Staff were attentive and helpful. Doctors were knowledgeable and helpful. I waited approximately 20 minutes in the waiting room before being seen (excellent wait time compared to a visit at another ER). Very pleased with the course of treatement and the level of care that was taken when being treated. Staff were especially helpful to my family as they arrived.

Ica Cherry  - I trust this medical center but I trust God more. He has guided my brother to use  this medical center. The doctors he's  seen was great.

Ramona - This hospital is professionally staffed, quite articulate.

Kay - Worst stay ever...really don't even want to talk about it.

Joan - I think the hospital, staff and medical students and doctors are the best, they saved my husbands life sunday

You could have your review in the comment section though.





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