It is said that gang member Mike Flynn practices medicine at Bloomington Hospital without a medical degree, and lied on licensing applications allowing him to be a doctor, with an intent to distribute illegal prescription drugs to local gang members. Mike Flynn possibly uses a different first name, or an alias. The Monroe County judicial system accepts such felony level behaviors since Mike Flynn is related to a doctor, and prosecutor Chris Gaal is an everyday crack cocaine user and addict. People working in the Monroe County justice system greatly fear accepted gang members living in Monroe County, which allows such corruption to flourish. Mike Flynn once threatened to murder me if ever said anything in regard to this matter. Monroe County gang members commonly carry out a threat, even if many years have passed since making a threat. It should also be noted that there is limited access to educational records, making fraud very easy for supposed doctors in the state of Indiana. Please consider what you are paying for and how your credit scores that allow for basic needs are being affected every day.
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Use innuendo to harass and abuse disabled people. Misdiagnose and mistreat to blame the patient. Typical addict (stimulants) behavior. Not recommended.
A 4-hour wait is not unusual in the emergency room. Best-case scenario: expect to spend a minimum total of 4 hours there, Likely scenario: total of 7 hours from entering the ER until released to leave.
The health care was fine, but the billing department is worse than incompetent. They have extremely limited hours, did not answer the phone during those hours on multiple occasions, and then referred the matter to a collection agency who imposed a surcharge after saying they were not allowed to do so. I attempted to pay at the time of service, but they wanted me to wait while they filed with insurance. If I had it to do again, I would have refused to leave their office until it was paid in full - I just assumed they would WANT to get paid like the rest of the western world. Or, better yet, I would have located a different urgent care who was able to perform the basic accounting functions one might expect. There appears to be another one under the name MedExpress - I can't endorse them because I've never done business there, but the odds are they would accept a payment instead of referring you to collection if you try to pay them.