So grateful for this place! All large practices should have a walk-in clinic like this. It's a real lifesaver!
I came in on 11/11/2015 because I was vaginally bleeding for the past 3 weeks. They got me in tested for pregnancy , stds , BV , & yeast. All things I knew wasn't going on. The doctor was rude towards my husband and the didn't seem to further see the reason for HEAVY bleeding. Telling I had never had irregular periods and never one that lasted 3 weeks. They did nothing but run the test and say it was clean nothing going on .. No further testing I will not be returning. WOULDNT RECOMMEND TO ANYONE WHO WANTS ANSWERS.
Terrible experience. On May 2nd we went to Baptist Parkridge Hospital. My husband had injured his leg and had an enormous hematoma, on his shin. We were concerned since he has had several DVT's, etc. They examined the wound and performed a CAT SCAN and said that he should return home, elevate the leg and keep ice on it. After a couple of days the leg was worse and turning red and warm, since this was a warning sign of infection, we returned to the hospital, on May 4th. We were there from 7:30 P.M. until approximately 11:00 P.M. We were about to give up and leave, since no one had treated my husband, when the emergency room doctor entered. He was annoyed that we were about to leave, and that he was dealing with a very severly ill patient. He looked at my husband's leg and said to just go home and keep it up. We told him, as well as the hospital staff, that my husband has had Cellulitis twice, which resulted in a 4 day hospital stay each time. They ignored this. Well, on Saturday, the 9th, my husband said that he felt his leg was getting worse. We decided to go to Lexington Medical Center, since we got poor care at Parkridge. At Lexington Med Center, they did a blood culture on the leg and found that he indeed, had Cellulitis and admitted him immediately. He is still in the hospital on 2 different antibiotics and will have to be out of work for the next month and have a home health nurse come in and pack his open wound. We would NOT have been going through this if the 2nd doctor at Parkridge had taken the appropriate steps to see if there was an infection.
I would not take my cat here and I hate cats. I had a severed median nerve and severed tendons. They sewed me up and sent me home on a Friday. I went the whole weekend with no pain meds...
I like the doctor I have here. However I cannot recommend the clinic. Legally if I could prove malfeasance, I would be suing them for incompetency. My very first appointment they lost my appointment and passed me over for two hours. Then my records from the Lexington Office have been lost. They did a series of blood work, and the very thing they were supposed to test for, they didn't. Several medications I have been prescribed by my primary physician have not made it into my files, and they have no record of them being issued.-(Even with me bringing in the bottles and showing them the physical proof) I followed my primary physician instructions for a series of blood work, that the staff failed to do the first time. When I arrived I had not had my medication for over 12 hours, and I was in bad shape. After waiting an hour I asked if they could see if they could slot me in. The office personnel without lifting her face from her computer replied that there was nothing she could do. I had to leave the office without being tested as my body needed my medication, and as a result of the delay I begun explosive diarrhea because of the delay in taking my medication... Incidentally as of this writing this has been going on for 26 hours. They have not updated my files annotating, my medication increase or my at home testing increase. -Which incidentally means I am using my at home medical supplies at twice the rate, and I have had to have conversations with my medical insurance company as to why I am using up my medical supplies so fast. Lastly I have an allergy to the main medicine I am taking. The medicine prescribed by my primary physician works to stop the side effects, but the on call doctor refused to renew the prescription. Which means I will spend the weekend consigned to bouts of violent diarrhea. I believe this is the single worse case of medical incompetency I have had to suffer to date. I would actively warn others away from this, as placing yourself under their care, might seriously endanger your life.