Tri-County Family Medicine & Urgent Care
189 Mount Pelia Rd, Martin, TN 38237
Tri-County Family Medicine & Urgent Care has not yet specified accepted insurance plans.
Additional Specialties: Youth Health, Lacerations, Depression, Blood Pressure, Adolescent Health, Internal Medicine, Teenage Health, Family Health, Adult Health
189 Mount Pelia Rd
Martin, TN 38237
Specialties: Youth Health, Lacerations, Depression, Blood Pressure, Adolescent Health, Internal Medicine, Teenage Health, Family Health, Adult Health
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I had to change Doctors because of an insurance change and got stuck seeing these people at Tri county as they were listed as my primary care provider...The nurse called me back and paid no attention as I tried to tell her what meds I was on but she proceeded to tell me about her illnesses then the PA came in and would not listen to a thing I was trying to tell her and she was also uninterested in the meds I was taking as well! They called a few days later to tell me my blood work results but would not say anything except the test was abnormal and I needed to make an appointment to come back in. I called my insurance company that same day and they informed me I could change coverage and go back to my old Dr. I signed a release so they could get the blood test results and to this day they have not been sent! I went to their office and they charged me $5.00 a page for the results!!!
I've been going to this office for over 8 years. The staff is always friendly and the office is nice and clean. Wait times vary depending on severity of the illnesses the doctors and nurse practitioner are treating, but the wait is usually very short and reasonable. This is a great office and I am glad I found it!
This is a wonderful place to go when you need to be seen quickly. It is much fast than the ER at Volunteer Hospital and the staff are very friendly. They did my x-ray right there in the clinic when I hurt my foot. Definitely give them a try. You will appreciate the time you saved.
I took my 1 year old son on a Saturday. He was running 103 fever since the night before. After waiting 2 hours to be seen (with 2 patients ahead of us) the Dr finally came in and spent less than 5 minutes with my son. Ran no tests, took no swabs. Simply looked at nose, ears, and mouth. Diagnosed my son with upper respitory infection, even though he didn't even have a cough, and have us an antibiotic. I took him to our Dr. Wed and we found out he was completely misdiagnosed! The amount of time (or lack thereof) and attention and lack of care he paid my son. Severely angered me. I won't be back.
I've been there several times over the past few years and have had great experiences every time. The doctors and nurses have been excellent and as far as having to wait for a bit well to me its worth it because I know I will be taken care of just like they do everyone else. And also as far as the paper work to be completed, that is understandable because they all have a license to protect and some people, not all, are just looking for a pill to take or sell, so you might wanna think outside the box on that one! Just think if your child is buying prescription drugs and abusing them?? Guess what they got them from somebody so I understand they are not only protecting themselves and the clinic but protecting others as well! Keep up the great work Tri County! My family loves y'all!