Elyria, OH Tri City Medical

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1. Tri City Medical Svc

578 N Leavitt RdAmherst, OH 44001

(440) 366-6575
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2. Mercy Tri-City Medicine-Avon

1480 Center Rd Ste AAvon, OH 44011

(440) 937-4600

From Business: Family Physicians including: Charles M Butrey MD, Kenneth J Carbone DO and John W Escolas DO.

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Everest Health Care Of Elyria
leakatstarr rated

I would not back here if my life depended on it. In fact, were I to catch the Black Plague, I'd be better off trying to get over it on my own than I would be going to this Dr's office. Ok, now that you're done laughing, I'm serious. I have just recently moved back to the area from Texas, and we have not yet established primary care physicians. My son's father just got a new job, so we will be getting new insurance, which means there is no point in setting up a primary care doctor with the old insurance since the new insurance will start before the end of the month. So when my 16 mo old, who had 6 ear infections before he was 7 mo old, got yet another ear infection, we decided to go to a walk in clinic. All he needs is a mild antibiotic. I've been to at least 2 dozen dr's appointments to look in his ears, so I know how he acts when he has one. This Dr not only told us there was nothing wrong with our son, he told us maybe he just had a normal cold - even though his only symptoms are in his ears and fever; no congestion or other 'cold' symptoms. He also didn't bother to look in my son's eyes or throat. Since my son, who as I said, has chronic ear infections, has tubes in both ears, if the tubes are not clogged, the drainage will go down his throat, as the tubes are designed. So now, not only did I waste an hour with a cranky baby - who, by the way, was crying, pulling on his ears, and acting like he was in pain while the Dr stood there and told us nothing was wrong with him - but my son will have to be in more pain for another week or so until the tubes clog up and the infection backs up into the middle ear and starts draining out his ear before some other Dr might bother to look at him and see what is actually wrong.The Dr here is rude, condescending, and actually insinuated I wanted narcotic painkillers for my son because I had the audacity to ask him, if it's not his ears, what is wrong with him and what should we do for him? Do. Not. Go. Here. The painful wait at the ER is better than going to this medical office. Take my advice and avoid this place like it's going to GIVE you the plague.

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