Mani, Carl J, MD
3555 Cesar Chavez, San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone: (415) 626-2229
Primary Phone: (415) 641-6490
Phone: (415) 647-8600
Fax: (415) 641-6752
Saint Lukes Hospital
St Luke's Hospital
St Luke's Hospital Radiology: Mani Carl J MD
Lee, Darlene, MD - St Luke's Hospital
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The letter came from a starange place and we did not delay to pay.
Also someone wrote The insurance covers all , I was told by one receptionist too,
then we received $1500 bills totally for my exams.
It's wrong and not reliable at all.
Also we did not notice anytying about another bill information , but suddenly recevied such a letter.
Your account with ST. LUKE'S HEALTH CARE CENTER has been referred to us for coltection. The
cui'rent outstanding balance is $60
This is an attempt to collect a debt. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose. Unless you dispute
the validity of this debt or any portion thereof, within 30 days of receiving this initial written notice to you, the
debt will be assumed valid. lf you notify our office in writing within the 30 day period that the debt or any portion
thereof is disputed, we will obtain verification of the debt or judgment, and a copy will be mailed to you. lf
requested in writing within 30 days of receiving this initial notice, we will provide the name and address of the
original creditor, if different from the current creditor.
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I need a reliable hospital to talk.
No thanks any more.
so i went to st. lukes hospital the one in cesar chavez in san francisco. is all BAD!!! i hate this hospital is all bad there nurses for pregnant women suck!! i went because i was having severe pain in my right lower abdomen and im 23 weeks pregnant they did not do nothing to me first they said my cervix was open n it was not all they gave me was some really strong pain pill they did not let me know that i was going to be dizzy and they did not tell me i had to eat they just gave it to me and i started throwing up non stop literally i was suffering .. then they send me to ultrasound to check all dizzy and drowsy . then they told me to wait for one hour the doctor was going to come and talk to me uhuh the doctor took her sweet time!! i was there from 5am and waited for the doctor till 5pm how long does a doctor have to take to get some help! and then all she came to do was say go home no explanation why i was having pain or nothing she could have told me that on the phone so waste of time seriously with the hospital and on top of that when i was all drowsy in my room i just wanted to get some sleep and rest but the nurse that was supposely taking care of me sit down in the chair close to me put the tv loud and just sat there watching tv HELLOOO thats not your job!! no star at all !! i dont recommended to no one they should seriously check there workers they give them jobs but they suck is like hiring someone with no experience
Do not go to St. Luke's Hospital if you can possibly avoid it. I give the hospital 0 stars. The treatment may be adequate, but the billing department is completely screwed up. More than two years ago I had a prostate operation done there, on orders of Dr. Reginald Rector, with preliminary clearance from Dr. Mina Abazari, who was at that time my primary care physician. I am a Medicare patient and was told that the whole thing would be covered by Medicare. The hospital experience was certainly not great, but okay, at least I survived and my prostate is actually a little bit better. Not wonderful, but a little bit better.
Then a week ago, I get a bill from St. Luke's for $1134. No explanation, just a date of September, 2007.
What sort of business would send out a bill apparently for something that happened more than two years ago, with no details on what is being billed for? This bill is totally spurious, apparently just a fantasy on the part of the billing department. Apparently after getting paid by Medicare, they are now trying to collect from me as well.
Don't go to St. Luke's if you can possibly avoid it.
06/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I went to St. Lukes for the first time earlier this week for an out-patient surgical procedure, a cortisone injection in my hip. From start to finish, everyone I encountered at St. Lukes was courteous, knowledgable, reassuring and friendly. The hospital was spotless, ... clean and well-kept to an amazing level. Everything happened on-time, to the minute. The following day I received a phone call from the surgical department, asking how I was doing. All in all, a very professional experience. Great staff and a great hospital!
A relative of mine was seen at St. Luke's Hospital, and the conditions have really changed. The place is not clean and I believe does not meet sanitary codes. The care from the nurses are totally unacceptable. It seems like the job duties are now segmented. So if you need food, you need one person, then if you need help regarding pain you need another person, and yet, if you need someone to give a bath or to have someone moved, you need 2 additional persons to get involved. Then if you inquire where the person is, who is supposed to help you, you are being told over and over again, that it is not their job. The nurses also, bicker amongst one another, giving the obvious impression, the system is totally unorganized and does not work. There is no ownership for patient care and service is definitely not the focus. The bottomline.....the hospital sucks!
05/16/2007Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I went to the clinic at 1580 Valencia St., #201 for a routine yearly checkup.. Not only did we have to wait for an hour to be seen, but we were seen by the physician for 5-10 minutes each and got charged over $200 each. My appointment consisted of me telling the physician what I needed for vaccination and laboratory tests and I did not get a Pap smear. When we called them to see why we did not get charged our regular copay of $15 for ""preventative care"", they made it seem like they were not at fault, that they had done us a favor, and it was the insurance company's fault.
Anyways, we are still struggling to get these bills settled.