James D. Bernstein Community Health Center - Greenville Community Health Center
261 Belvoir Rd
Greenville NC, 27834
Contact Phone:(252) 695-6352
Clinic Details:Over the past 45 years, Greene County Health Care has evolved from a single community health center (CHC) to a Federally Qualified Health Center for community based comprehensive primary care. Health care providers at our six CHC sites combine medical, dental and behavioral health care and case management for members of our communities in Greene, Pitt and Pamlico counties and eastern North Carolina.
Services:Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine; Adult and Geriatric Medicine; Acute care; Physicals; GYN; Chronic Disease Care Management; Routine Health Screening; Immunizations/Vaccinations; Lab Services; Medication Assistance; Referrals; Medical Family Therapy
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Comment from raymond jones:
I recieved a letter from Lincoln Heritage on the 9th of March,2013 stating that Dr.Kahwagi said my wife Rene jones drank a bottle of wine everyday,the letter also said that Dr.Kahwagi was present the day my wife fainted,that was back in April 2012.The Insurance Co. had 30 days to find out any medical problems,they were given a sign consent form by my wife to get imformation about her health,they failed to do so.If my wife dranked a bottle of wine a day that would cost 42.00 a week a168.00 a month,1916.00 a year.where did she get the money,Icould barely pay her co-pay,she did not work and have not worked since Jan.2011.My bill for her burial is 6000.00,Lincoln Heritage is trying hard not to pay this bill,the problem is that I had the policy for 90 days,her [Rene] died from liver and muilti organ shut down,the story of my wife drinking 365 bottles of wine[1 a day] seems a bit much.I would like for Dr.Kahwagi to recant this report,other wise I will not get this bill paid unless I go back to work.Thanks for your time.
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