Oklahoma Heart Hospital

Terrible Experience

I took my mother to see Dr. Mark Harvey yesterday.

She is 70 yrs. old and has a pacemaker.

Dr. Harvey’s nurse Christy was the rudest nurse I have ever encountered.

I am a nurse myself and if I ever spoke to or treated my patients in the manner she did I would be fired.

I have no respect for Dr. Harvey because he allows this to happen by his nurse.

We left and opted to see a different Dr. I would not let Dr. Harvey or his nurse near anyone I love. It was a terrible experience.

Aside from the flat out horrible behavior of his nurse, the people who go to this clinic are cardiac patients, upsetting them and treating them this way is a terrible way to get their blood pressure high and give them too much added stress.

Is Oklahoma Heart Hospital a scam?
Oklahoma Heart Hospital is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com, They are not aggressive toward their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Oklahoma Heart Hospital a legit?
Oklahoma Heart Hospital is not a legit business owner or provider, you should take all precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews submitted by Oklahoma Heart Hospital consumers?
There is/are 3 review(s) posted about Oklahoma Heart Hospital and its indicate that the severity of the scam is High.
Where is Oklahoma Heart Hospital located?
Oklahoma Heart Hospital is located at 4050 W Memorial Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73120, USA. You can contact Oklahoma Heart Hospital by dialing (405) 608-3200 or visit their website okheart.com before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary losses incurred by Oklahoma Heart Hospital customers?
4585 $ monetary losses incurred by Oklahoma Heart Hospital customers.
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3 reviews on Oklahoma Heart Hospital

  1. However, not worth the heart problems of the billing and financial problems you will deal with later.

    Staff is great. However, not worth the heart problems of the billing and financial problems you will deal with later. They apparently have no training on coding as an EKG at a heart hospital is a miscellaneous charge. Seems like that would be pretty standard for a HEART hospital and thus not covered on most insurances.

    More $$$. I was in for about an hour and my bill was almost $1500 for the facility and over $1200 for the doctor and services, which was having an EKG and X-ray. So unless you have insurance that pays everything, do not go, the bill will give you more heart problems.

  2. Scammer

    I took my mother to see Dr. Mark Harvey yesterday. She is 70 yrs. old and has a pacemaker. Dr. Harvey’s nurse Christy was the rudest nurse I have ever encountered.

    I am a nurse myself and if I ever spoke to or treated my patients in the manner she did I would be fired. I have no respect for Dr. Harvey because he allows this to happen by his nurse.

    We left and opted to see a different Dr. I would not let Dr. Harvey or his nurse near anyone I love. It was a terrible experience. Aside from the flat out horrible behavior of his nurse,

    the people who go to this clinic are cardiac patients, upsetting them and treating them this way is a terrible way to get their blood pressure high and give them too much added stress.

  3. Unless you have a great, low-deductible health policy you are going to pay dearly.

    Get ready for enormous costs and empty promises from the billing department–even for a standard evaluation. Unless you have a great, low-deductible health policy you are going to pay dearly.

    I was there for less than three hours (mostly just waiting) undergoing a few tests for pain and numbness. The hospital bill was over $2300. The doctor charged over $1100 and then there was a charge of several hundred more for the labs to tell me that my heart was OK.

    Before agreeing to be seen, I told them I was concerned about costs since we had nothing but a temporary travel insurance policy and I wanted to know if could get a discount for a lump-sum self pay. I was told that we could probably work-out self-pay for a discount of 20% up to 40%. They asked to take a copy of the insurance card even though I said we didn’t want to use it since it wouldn’t cover anything. With their assurancethat we could work out a discounted self-pay, I agreed to get evaluated.

    The bills arrived 6 months later totalling almost $4000 and I discovered they had submitted the bills, contrary to my request, to the now-expired temporary insurance. I talked to their billing department about self-pay twice over the following four months relating my conversation about just making a discounted self-pay.

    I was always promised a response to my request within 48 hours but they never called. Instead, they continued to run the bills through the expired temporary policy against my wishes. Of course the insurance paid nothing and I was billed again for the full amount. Dealing with this hospital was much more stressful on my heart and pocketbook than the pains that took me there in the first place.

West Memorial Road 4050
Oklahoma City 73120 OK US
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Reviews:3
Reported Loss :4585 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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