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March 23rd, 2011Elderly patient treated terribly...
My 76 year old mother was admitted to FGH on recommendation of Urologist due to severe bladder infection. Was passing blood for 2 days after seeing Urologist and given antibiotics which she couldn't keep down. When finally seen by Dr. Nierenberg, he did not examine her at all but chastized her for seeing so many doctors and told her to leave the hospital and go back to the Urologist. All was told to her in a very rude manner. She felt as though she was being "kicked out" of the hospital. After leaving the Urologist couldn't fit her in for several days in which time her infection worsened to the point that she could not urinate at all. This is very poor professionalism on Dr. Nierenberg's part. He provided no examination, yet determined that she did not need his care or time. Not the type of care you want for you parent or any other human being for that matter. Dr. Nierenberg should not be allowed to practice medicine if he has no compassion for his patients. As I understand it, you go to medical school to learn to help cure people. I guess some just go for a paycheck and maybe Medicare doesn't fit into their lifestyle.
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