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February 26th, 2010Reschedule if you can.
My wife and child were seen by Ron today. After an hour and fifteen minute wait. (past the appointment time)they were called back. The visit was for my son, who a few months ago stuck a battery up his nose that had to be removed in a pretty terrifying experience for him. Anyways he has some anxiety issues with doctors. Ron started the appointment and a little bit into it he moved my sons legs in some way that he must not have like because he kicked out at the doctor (didn't hit him) and started crying. Ron then proceeds to state "well I'll come back when you get him under control" Ok Ron sounds like a plan right? No, after another 30 minute wait he comes back in and my son again starts crying and Ron just gives up, doesn't even look at my son again and says "we're done here" and proceeds to walk out. Excuse me? Is this how a Doctor behaves? If you cant handle seeing small children then perhaps you should make a note to offices that refer to you that you would not like to see children.
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