I was in the Bloomington Hospital in July of last year. The charge nurse wouldn’t let me leave until I spoke to the Physical Therapist. She showed me a walker she had. I had thought about getting a walker and had looked them up on Amazon. I asked her how much this walker cost, she said these run about the same. So I signed her paperwork and took the walker. Little did I know when I received my bill from the hospital they charged me $413, for the same walker sold on Amazon for $31.99. Now I understand why the charge nurse wouldn’t let me go, they obviously get a large commission on those sales. I felt I was pressured into purchasing something, so I could be released. Please refund me $381.00.https://www.amazon.com/Drive-Medical-Trigger-Release-Folding/dp/B0041POQCS/ref=sr_1_6_s_it?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1518370728&sr=1-6&keywords=walkerRm 2501 WJuly 3 2017Technician: Sarah Linngston
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