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May 14th, 2014Extreme Poor Quality Control
If I could give a rating of zero (0) then I would. I reported to the Greater Bay Endoscopy Center to have a procedure performed for an appointment that I set up with Dr. Adlerâs office three weeks prior. When I started to check-in, I was told I did not have an appointment today. A half hour later I was told that my appointment had been cancelled but that I could wait around and they would âtry to squeeze me inâ. I then proceed to contact Dr. Adlerâs office was told âyour appointment was cancelled by your girlfriend because you wanted to go to San Leandro Hospital due to insurance reasonsâ. I responded that I had never cancelled my appointment and that there had been a major mistake on your staffâs part in confusing me with another patient. Itâs concerning there was a note in my chart that should have been in another patientâs chart. Fortunately, this error in charting occurred regarding scheduling of a procedure and not directly related to mine or another other patientâs medical care, which would cause pause for a risk management issue. During a telephone conversation with Dr. Adler about the situation and mistake made by his staff, Dr. Adler expressed a laissez-faire and cavalier attitude regarding this situation in stating, âthese things happen and slip through the cracks at timesâ. Dr. Adler also stated that I should âgo with the flow and that nobody died or contracted cancerâ. This is the most unprofessional statement and attitude that I have ever seen or heard from a physician and certainly, not one of empathy, as facilitated in Dr. Adlerâs medical training. This situation and response by Dr. Adler and his staff does not bode well in instilling confidence in the overall care being coordinated for me as a patient. First impressions are everything in life. Dr. Adler, along with his staff, have made a lasting impression alright, but in a negative manner.
September 27th, 2013Inappropriate and assuming
I went to see him because I have had a hard time with losing weight and suffered from digestive problems. My thyroid was low last time I checked it and wanted to see him to get my blood checked for it given my symptoms it pointed to it being off. He didn't even ask what symptoms I was having or why I thought my thyroid was low, he just assumed I wanted him to up my dosage on the pills I was taking already and put me down for trying to investigate food allergies instead of asking why I was looking into it, then to my horror he say's "You are substantially large, you must eat a lot"? Besides that being completely rude and insulting its an odd comment to be said by a physician with a client in front of him there for low thyroid issues looking for help in understanding why I would be gaining weight when I DON'T EAT ALOT. Barely at all in fact. Ive been crying for days since I have seen him. Now I have just stopped eating and don't want to eat AT ALL. I can't believe a physician with 40+ years experience would treat a client like this and say such insensitive things.
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