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It was a simple visit. Waited 40 minutes after the scheduled time to see doctor. The Dr. spent maybe 15 minutes total with me at two different times. When the DR. left the first time a nurse brought in a small hand held ortho camera. The tip of the camera, that goes up your nose, cable was laying on the surface of the common surface of the roll around tray. The remaining portion that is held in your hand was laying on a new paper pad. I wanted to just check to see if I had any sinus infection. I have CIGNA insurance. But I received a bill for $450 for the hand held device used and $250 dollars to be a new patient. The phone number for billing questions listed on the invoice is a call center in another country. I am disputing the new patient charge. But the office visit and the service provided is an over charge and the new patient charge is a deceiving charge. I will not be going back to AR Otolaryngology due to misleading/deceptive billing methods.
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