Here is the link to the American Medical Associationkrististeuer: is that even legal???
krististeuer: i told her to run and find a new doctor
Lisa Muegganberg: Well yes, Are you sure he isn't a PA?
krististeuer: she was told he was a doctor
krististeuer: she hasn't seen a license or anything though
Lisa Muegganberg: By who?
krististeuer: it was in her insurance book
Lisa Muegganberg: that is all too wierd. What state does she live in?
krististeuer: IL i think
krististeuer: around chicago
krististeuer: i'm checking to be sure
Lisa Muegganberg: She needs to contact the American Medical Assoc and check him out.
krististeuer: ok thanks[/B]
...provides information on virtually every licensed physician in the United States and its possessions, including more than 690,000 doctors of medicine (MD) and doctors of osteopathy or osteopathic medicine (DO).[/B]
[/QUOTE]Originally posted by Sisses Momma@Mar 3 2005, 03:55 PM
Please, please do not EVER go back to this guy again!! Call their office and ask for copies of your medical records....you will most likely have to pay for them. Check them carefully to see what the "Dr's notes" were the 2 times that you were there. If you see ANYTHING in those notes that is not right bring it immediately to the attention of your Insurance Carrier.......Sounds like this guy may of lost his license at some point in time, is dodging a malpractice suit or is NOT A DOCTOR AT ALL......I would call your insurance company and let them know what you observed while there...... :new_Eyecrazy: eeee gadddds.......
[/QUOTE]Originally posted by Lilly521@Mar 3 2005, 08:12 PM
Yeah you shoudl report that and have it looked into, when i was little (like 6 or 7 maybe) i went to a pediatric dentist the guy was an idiot told my mom all my teeth would fall out before i was 10 (still got all my teeth, never even needed braces) when i switched dentists and tried to get my medical records he said he have never taken any of the x rays that he took....the guy went out of busness like year later