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He is tremendous. I dislike nothing about him. He is very personable. He is very thorough. He takes his time with patients. He has very good bedside manners. If he is not available, he has a PA that is available and if the PA is not available, he has a nurse available. At times, you wait for half hour or so, but nothing like an hour or two. His staff is great.- Laura P.
I have Provider name locked. 's Disease and mild hypothyroidism. I'm currently on meds to replace my lack of cortisol which is due to Empty Provider name locked. syndrome with the pituatarity gland flattened and non-functional.
After a six day stay at St.Provider name locked. ' hospital due to passing out without warning, pain in bones and muscle, extreme exhaustion and confusion. They found my cortisol level was "near fatally depleted". I also had to get heparin injections everyday due to clotting of the blood.
searching for a competent endocrinologist, I came upon Dr. Provider name locked. who worked me into her schedule because I continued to pass out. She ran all the tests again and found that my thyroid hormones were low. I was put on synthroid.
I was feeling just like I did before I was hospitalized. I needed to be seen ASAP. I was hooked up with the aforementioned PA. this is what occurred:
1 - the assistant asked me if I brought my monitor... I asked what she was talking about and she said the PA needed my glucose #. I told her that I am not a diabetic and she consulted with the PA.
2 - when the PA came in, I noticed that my normally thick record was maybe five pages, and they did not contain my hospital records that I hand delivered on my second visit. She blamed it on a system not working...
3 - this individual talked over me while I was asking questions, like I wasn't there... she also did not address my questions for several minutes.
4 - I told her how bad I was feeling and she pooh-poohed my concerns.
5 - I became so frustrated when the info and directives I got from Dr. L was completely wrong that I started crying, which is very bad when you don't have cortisol. The stress part. Everything the PA explained to me about my illness was completely opposit of what the Doc had told me. Even the lab results weren't the same. I had to make sure she had MY records and not someone elses.
She also told me that the doc was gone for three weeks, motzed about the doc being on vacation, and suggested I see the doc in three weeks.
When I get to checkout and scheduling, the assistant was baffled about the timeline the PA gave me for the next visit because the doc was not due back until mid Provider name locked. . I'm so frustrated and discouraged about this last visit that I'm actually thinking about changing docs
TOTALLY USELESS AND UNPROFESSIONAL. VERY DISAPPOINTED and will NEVER see the PA again.- Elizabeth F.
He seems to be very conscientious, very well educated in his field, and respected by the other doctors. His staff is completely average. The depth of his knowledge stood out to me. He is busy.- Kathleen H.