ATLANTA (NEXSTAR) – A Georgia girl suggests she still left an emergency room just after ready for hours to be witnessed, but, despite the lack of procedure, a $700 monthly bill still showed up in her mailbox.
Taylor Davis informed WAGA-Tv set she experienced a head personal injury in July and went to Emory Decatur Clinic, only to come across the ER packed.
“I sat there for 7 hrs,” Davis mentioned. “There is certainly no way I should really be sitting in an unexpected emergency space.. an unexpected emergency home for 7 several hours.”
Davis mentioned she did not have her vitals taken, she didn’t hear her identify known as and no one observed her for her harm. At last, she acquired up and still left.
To her surprise, a few of months later the Emory Healthcare monthly bill arrived.
Confident it was quite possibly a clerical mistake, she contacted the healthcare facility and obtained an e mail telling her that the unexpected emergency room charge is used before someone is witnessed by a doctor. “This is healthcare facility protocol,” the e mail examine. “Sorry about that. But the stability is valid.”
Davis claims she’s now hesitant to go the ER knowing she can be billed hundreds of bucks just before obtaining any therapy.
The healthcare facility technique sent the adhering to statement to WAGA:
“Emory Healthcare requires all client fears severely and appreciates this has been introduced to our interest. Our groups are at present seeking into this make a difference and will abide by up specifically with the unique.”
Nexstar attained out to Emory Wellbeing for an update Monday but did not hear again in advance of publishing time.