I am happy with all the staff and help, with exception of Dr Mason at the start,(see my previous reviews). He is no longer there,and DR Musson took over, and he is GREAT. I was probably stupid in the beginning, not questioning further, if I was to have a co-pay due. The TV commercial which I have been watching for a year, kept saying "will be covered by Medicare". My original consultation, when I said to Dr. Mason, and his assistant...."is this going to be covered, and he said Medicare should cover it".....and I said "I don't want to get a $2,000 bill at the end." On my fourth visit, I believe it was, I asked the one nurse leaving...."how much are these visits"? She said "$3,000, but Medicare doesn't pay us that" and that was the end of that conversation. Guess what.....got a paper bill in the mail, last week. The visits are $,3500, not $3,000 and one visit Dec. 10th, 2019 had $250 charge for something on top of the $3,500. I'm on Social Security and working a 40 hour job at a hotel in town, at 66 years old. Not because I like to stay busy. You can see my point that the office staff including the doctor, that they were not forthcoming with the price of the visits. Turns out.....I DO OWE $2,000 should I receive a bill from Allure.
-- Bruce S