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Have you seen Dr. Jerald Sanders?
March 4th, 2010
Didn't seem to present a patient manner making sure that I had all questions and concerns answered thoroughly. This problem may be helped if nurses scheduling appointments ask for all questions you may ask before scheduling...It can be difficult to say 'i have this AND this AND this' to a nurse who is trying to do her job quickly. Additionally, most people don't think to mention some minor/niggling problems they may have when they call for the appointment. I.e. If they are concerned about a gall bladder problem they probably won't mention that they are getting the appointment for a cold or some minor pain in a toe. Overall, I believe a doctor must be relaxed (yes, we know they try to keep busy schedules) and show the patient they really care about them and want to make sure they are 'all good' Especially i've you've only been in the office with that doctor 15 or 20 minutes...It's not excessive that the patient as a few questions. Double and triple bookings are gross. :( The less time a doctor seems to want to spend with a patient the more the medical profession seems to be more of a money making racket Business then a profession to help people to the best of their abilities.
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