In May of 2018, I had my preventive care visit at the Advocate Health Care clinic on Blackhawk in Chicago. After my vitals were taken by a medical assistant, I sat waiting for over half an hour waiting for the physician. She apologized for forgetting about me. My meeting with the doctor was all of ten minutes or so where most of the time was spent typing up referrals. I did ask a few questions about pain in my shoulder and psoriasis. But I did not get full value for the services charged. My insurance was charged not only for my preventive visit but also an office visit. And I had to pay $59.36 out of my pocket. I should have been informed of the additional charge for an office visit, not made to wait in a paper gown for over 30 minutes (and charged for waiting), and such charges should be pro-rated for actual time spent.