Iozzi, Philip F, Do Upmc Absolute Primary Care

★★★☆☆

About Iozzi, Philip F, Do Upmc Absolute Primary Care

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Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm;Sat. - Sun. CLOSED

Health & Medical

Health & Medical
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This is absolutely a wonderful practice! I would recommend them to anyone, I've read some of the other reviews and they were unhappy with some of the outside staff. I have never had a problem, the staff is attentive, they return phone calls and appointments are made asap. They take care of my whole family, and my husband has numerous medical conditions.

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This is absolutely a wonderful practice! I would recommend them to anyone, I've read some of the other reviews and they were unhappy with some of the outside staff. I have never had a problem, the staff is attentive, they return phone calls and appointments are made asap. They take care of my whole family, and my husband has numerous medical conditions.

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Horrible billing problems with Dr Iozzi's office. I was sent a collections notice for an unknown "procedure" with NO PRIOR billing. Absolute Primary Care was not helpful and referred me to the billing company. The billing company had only a voice mail message. The collections notice and voice mail message stated that no phone calls would be taken or returned. I found all of this to be very disturbing and highly unprofessional. I sent the money to avoid the hassle. I will not go back to Dr Iozzi or Absolute Primary Care in the future.

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★☆☆☆☆

Horrible billing problems with Dr Iozzi's office. I was sent a collections notice for an unknown "procedure" with NO PRIOR billing. Absolute Primary Care was not helpful and referred me to the billing company. The billing company had only a voice mail message. The collections notice and voice mail message stated that no phone calls would be taken or returned. I found all of this to be very disturbing and highly unprofessional. I sent the money to avoid the hassle. I will not go back to Dr Iozzi or Absolute Primary Care in the future.

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Billing never return calls, I asked them to fax my papers to my specialist before my surgery and they forget about you so i had to cancel my surgery date. Good DRs but Bad service

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Billing never return calls, I asked them to fax my papers to my specialist before my surgery and they forget about you so i had to cancel my surgery date. Good DRs but Bad service

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What I appreciate about Absolute Primary Care is the promptness with which I can be seen when I need care quickly, the proximity it had to my previous home in Cranberry (I moved recently but still have family in the area), and their willingness to handle prescription refills quickly. The problem I've had recently is not being notified when my primary care physician (pcp) left, which left me feeling awkward when I called for authorization for my annual mammogram (important to me as a breast cancer survivor -- note that they were not my pcp when I was diagnosed in 2000 in another city). Staff there did not seem to care that that was important to me. Where I lived previously, I used a much larger hmo-oriented practice where I always had my own pcp who always provided my care unless I needed immediate care and she was not available. When the first pcp I had there moved to another office within that group practice, they promptly notified me and arranged for me to see their top internist who was my pcp until I left that city to move to Pgh. I expect the same at any practice.

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What I appreciate about Absolute Primary Care is the promptness with which I can be seen when I need care quickly, the proximity it had to my previous home in Cranberry (I moved recently but still have family in the area), and their willingness to handle prescription refills quickly. The problem I've had recently is not being notified when my primary care physician (pcp) left, which left me feeling awkward when I called for authorization for my annual mammogram (important to me as a breast cancer survivor -- note that they were not my pcp when I was diagnosed in 2000 in another city). Staff there did not seem to care that that was important to me. Where I lived previously, I used a much larger hmo-oriented practice where I always had my own pcp who always provided my care unless I needed immediate care and she was not available. When the first pcp I had there moved to another office within that group practice, they promptly notified me and arranged for me to see their top internist who was my pcp until I left that city to move to Pgh. I expect the same at any practice.

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