My 10 year old daughter broke her arm on a 4-wheeler on mother's day in 2017. I made the mistake of taking her to clearview regional in monroe, ga. I had bcbsga insurance at the time. God bless the radiology department for doing the x-rays and showing me what I already knew, as I am a registered nurse. They were the only two employees that knew anything about their job. This particular doctor came into our room for a total of 30 seconds, looked at the x-ray and said, "it's broken." "duh!" I thought to myself. "tell me something I don't know." or... How about tell your nurses what they need to do. No! He couldn't even do that. The nurses were unable to find a cast mold the right size and said they'd return after locating the correct size casting. Around 1.5 hours later, the nurse came in with the long-awaited cast molding. They manipulated my daughter's arm to the point of excruciating pain and still were unable to apply the cast correctly. I told them they were trying to put it on upside down. They wouldn't listen. After the cast molding hardened, the nurses realized (finally) that it was upside down. It was removed, and the search began for another cast molding. Another hour and a half passed, a nurse finally found another molding. This one she got right. No doctor, no hospitalist, no social worker, no anyone, acknowledged the incompetency of the entire staff. After 4 hours, we were released. Fast forward to today... 1.5 years later, said doctor wants $185 out of my pocket. And, insurance paid said doctor $600+. Now, we don't even have insurance. And these people want me to pay another $200... For what?!?!? I could've done a better job myself, and no bill would be seen. Btw... Why does a procedure cost one-half the price when done for a self-pay patient? I absolutely refuse to flush my hard-earned money down the drain anymore! I don't have it to give away. So, for all of you "debt collectors" who want to say I owe you: kiss my ass! Do your [censored]ing job, and i'll pay. Until then, eat your words. I owe you [censored]. The world owes you [censored]. You should at least know something about the "debt" you're trying to collect when you send the bill. I call [censored]! My next move: bbb. Good luck [censored]es.