Urgent Care Of Colorado
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Phone: (303) 904-2655
Fax Number: (303) 904-2655
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- Kipling Hills
Cooper, William H, Md - Urgent Care Of Colorado
- Urgent Care, Physicians & Surgeons, Surgery-General, Physicians & Surgeons, Family Medicine & General Practice, Clinics, Medical Centers, Emergency Care Facilities, Medical Clinics
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Parking: Lot, Free
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Specialties: Flu Shots, Injuries, Fractures, Sprains
By Appointment Only: No
Due to our family physician being out of town, I took my wife here for a bladder infection. The medical tech barely spoke English and asked the same questions repeatedly, like he just wasn't getting it. The doctor was ok and prescribed an antibiotic. The next morning my wifes face was swollen due to an adverse reaction to the meds. I called and told them she needed to be seen again due to the allergic reaction. The same tech answered the phone and was more concerned with telling me we would have to pay another co-pay than he was concerned for the patient. He repeated himself about the co-pay and never asked about my wife's condition. I will never subject my family to this awful facility again. I will pay the ER next time and get proper care, where they're more concerned about the patient than the money.
Care here is sporadic -- Dr. Hernandez is very personable and takes good care to thoroughly examine and discuss questions; Dr. Cooper less so. Like other reviews, I had an experience where the doctor (Cooper) did not do an examination and instead referred me another place but still charged for the visit. Just feels like insult to injury. If you have another option, take it unless Hernandez is on that day.
05/02/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Like a previous review I would give no stars or negative stars if I could.
Despite being an in network provider for Anthem they would not treat her unless we paid $100 up front, even though our plan has no copay.
Took my daughter in for a cut. Medical assistant was unable to take her temperature with an ear thermometer and unable to take an oxygen level reading with a sensor on her toe. The doctor came in (nice enough guy) and looked at our daughter and referred us to the emergency room. Charged us a $100 for effectively no treatment. Only went to them because they were in network, but will never go again. Most of the staff has a very poor attitude.
The great staff at Littleton Hospital had no trouble taking her temperature and oxygen levels.
09/30/2010Provided by Citysearch -
If it was possible they would get 0 starts. I had a minor wound infection, went in just to get some antibiotics. Between the waiting room and patient room I waited 2 hours before I finally got fed up and left. I could hear the doctor treating non-emergency cases that came in long after I did. I wouldn't take my dog to this place.