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Dr. Roman A Hill has the following 1 specialty
- Emergency Medicine
An emergency physician is a doctor who is an expert in handling conditions of an urgent and extremely dangerous nature. These specialists work in the emergency room (ER) departments of hospitals where they oversee cases involving cardiac distress, trauma, fractures, lacerations and other acute conditions.
Emergency physicians are specially trained to make urgent life-saving decisions to treat patients during an emergency medical crisis. These doctors diagnose and stabilize patients before they are either well enough to be discharged, or transferred to the appropriate department for long-term care.
Dr. Roman A Hill has the following 3 expertise
Dr. Roman A Hill has 1 board certified specialty
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Dr. Roman A Hill is Board Certified in 1 specialty
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Called an ambulance for the first time in my life. The medics were amazing, they were energetic, dedicated and very informative. From my research online, it looked like I had sever sciatica but the bigger issue was my bones in m legs were feeling like they were going to explode. On the ride in the ambulance the medic performed an EKG and showed great concern because it appeared as though I had an anomaly indicating at blockage. Dr. Hill said he would get me "fixed up". Intravenously injected morphine, valium and a steroid. I was then orally administered hydrocodone and ibuprofen. I waited maybe thirty minutes and the pain did not go away it only intensified. I explained that I was in the same condition that I come in and would not be able to make it back to my hotel. I could literally not stand for more then a minute. As a former athlete I have endured great pain, broken bones, knee issues, injuries not foreign to high level athletes. I explained it was embarrassing to call an ambulance for myself while at a hotel and would not have done so if the pain wasn't unbearable. I was treated as a patient with sciatica and no regard was given to my irregular heart beat or extreme bone pain. I was told I was being released shortly after the drugs were administered and the doctor did not even come in to see me after I asked to speak with him. They sent me home without even removing any of the EKG pads placed on me by the ambulance medics. This is subjective but he seemed perturbed that the medic would offer an opinion about the EKG and when I asked if he was going to look into it further he said not to worry about it, it's probably due to the pain. I asked if a ct scan or mri was going to be performed regarding the sciatic nerve and he stated that I should go back home and speak with a doctorto get one ordered. I have very good BCBS insurance. I told him I will not make it home, I could not walk after 1 minute. When I was leaving after being dismissed I had to lay down in the hallway of the hospital until the pain went away and explained that I could not sit down in a wheel chair. Then I composed myself and hopped on my good leg to the sidewalk outside to lay down on the ground until an Uber arrived. I got out of the Uber three times to lay down in the street until the pain subsided en route to my hotel that was only 5 minutes away. It's a day later after being injected with morphine, valium and steroids along with regular doses of hydrocodone, valium, ibuprofen and prednisone I am stuck laying on my stomach in a hotel away from home with no way of mobilizing back home. One of my coworkers is arranging to drive me 5 hours home in the back of his truck so I can seek treatment. The emergency room wasn't even busy, since when do we administer narcotics, get no soothing response and allow a patient to leave worse off then they came in. Understand I have never used a narcotic and rarely use ibuprofen so between all the drugs administered I should have had some response. I can not endorse this professional due to lack of concern for the patient and the information provided to him. Just because sciatica is common it does not mean that you don't owe it to the patient to rule out any other possibilities such as why do my bones throb so badly and feel like they are going to explode? Why is the pain moving to my groin area now? In my line of work we treat each project on a case by case basis regardless of how frequently we've seen what appears to be a common occurrence. I would imagine a medical professional should do the same.
Dr. Roman A Hill accepts the following insurance providers.
- UHC Choice Plus POS
- UHC Navigate HMO
- UHC Navigate POS
Locations & DirectionsPiedmont Newnan Hospital, 745 Poplar Rd, Newnan, GA
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