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Dr. Angela R Miller has the following 1 specialty
- Internal Medicine
An internist is a physician who focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the adult population—both acute and chronic.
These doctors are often who adults see as their primary physicians because they treat a broad range of illnesses that do not require surgical or specialist interventions. They also work to help a patient maintain optimal health in order to prevent the onset of disease.
In addition to treating the common cold and flu, internists also treat chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease.
Dr. Angela R Miller has the following 6 expertise
- Weight Loss
Dr. Angela R Miller has 0 board certified specialties
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First impression: Good listener, smart & informative (she told me a little about herself, probably to make me feel more comfortable). First appt., she said she prescribed me medication. I went to the pharmacy twice, but she never did send in a prescription. This was confirmed in next visit with my regular Dr. a week later... Second visit, she must have been reading my file before the appt., because she had things to say as she walked in & before I could tell or show her what I was there for. That's great she put in effort to read my file, but I was not there for the things she was talking about. I am not sure if it was a breakdown in communication between her and the nurse. It is always good to listen to a patient first. Same visit I was left sitting in the room, not sure if I was to wait longer, or leave. I waited for what seemed like a long time, then I stood by the counter for awhile before leaving. Why leave people there not knowing if the appt. is over? Where is the communication??? I scheduled an appt. at her suggestion with Sutter & she said she would be there, but she didn't show. Final impression: She did not seem focused in her work. I felt like she wasn't really listening when I talked, only thinking of what she would say next. I don't have time or enough money to keep going without resolve. I
My GP retired and I researched for a new one as I have had asthma, respiratory, bronchitis, and pneumonia issues for 37 years with occurrences averaging more than once per year. I met with Dr. Miller in advance of an episode so that I could be assured of having a doctor who knew my history and would be prepared to treat me as needed. Little did I know that only 10 days later, I'd have a severe bronchitis attack with a bit of pneumonia. At that time, Dr. Miller was not in so a Physician's Assistant was only available to see me after running a fever up to 103 for three days (over a weekend) and severely labored breathing. I clearly explained how my previous doctors treated me and that I was in need of a breathing treatment, as it always works better for me than an inhaler when so ill. He refused to give me a simple treatment and told me to use an inhaler instead. I again explained that when I reached such a state, inhalers do not work. I've have these issues at least 50 times so should know what works and what doesn't. It wasn't like I was asking for a controlled substance for goodness sakes, just a simple breathing treatment. Rather than listening to me, he started asking me about PAP smears and all the other annual type tests. I was so ill and fed up with not being listened to about the care I knew I needed and had received at least 50 times, that it began to get contentious between us. At this point, he asked me if I was in menopause, having a hot flash, or needed to see a psychiatrist! Seriously. This young, male, PA treated me like I must be having a menopausal moment or was crazy rather that listen to what I was saying. I was appalled by such an assumption and walked out. Talk about uneducated dismissive treatment of a female by a male. I continued being very ill for days until a friend referred me to her ENT, who sent me directly to a pulmonologist, who not only gave me a breathing treatment within minutes, but also explained that the delivery of the medication through a breathing treatment reaches deeper into the lungs than if using an inhaler. He even gave me a prescription for my own breathing machine. With the help of it, it is now 10 months since I have had an issue. So after incurring an additional $500 in medical fees following the rude, dismissive, and ineffective treatment by Dr. Miller's PA, I asked to have the charges for seeing the PA written off. I asked multiple times and sent a detailed letter to Dr. Miller about what happened. Dr. Miller would not waive these fees. This is where I fault Dr. Miller. After experiencing such poor care which was substantiated by the treatment I rec'd from the ENT and pulmonologist, she would not waive the fees for the visit to the PA resulting in me paying a total of nearly $700 for treatment which should have cost only around $200 if properly done. This is her business and she should ensure that her patients are treated appropriately and not be dismissed as a grumpy, old, menopausal woman. Instead, her staff should be taught the value of what patients know about their recurring and chronic illnesses because we do know more than a young PA not long out of school. Sadly, after initial positive impressions, I cannot consider such treatment acceptable and will never return to or recommend treatment by Dr. Miller or her staff.
Compassionate Doctor Recognition (2010, 2011)
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26 Years Experience
Western University Of Health Sciences
Graduated in 1992
Lac Usc Medical Center
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