This was probably the worst experience I have had. The doctor was over an hour late seeing me. The nurse who took my vitals seemed to just shuffle me around and I felt like I was simply just another part of her job to get done and move on instead of a human being. After my vitals were taken and after a long time the doctor showed up. If I didn't see his picture online before the visit I would not have even guessed he was my doctor for he didn't even introduce himself, he wasn't wearing a white lab coat or showed any other indication that he was a physician.
I know the above seems nitpicking and perhaps it is, and I wish that this was why I gave him one star but this was really just icing on the cake of my experience. The doctor asked me a few questions, listened to my chest but didn't seem to really be listening to me. I came due to concerns of anxiety and high blood pressure, and even though I was telling him that I was having panic attacks at night and that my blood pressure was 140/80 (and the only reason I knew this was the reading is because I glanced at what the nurse wrote down, the doctor didn't even mention it) and I felt concerned, he said that I was in good health and that I wasn't sick. As an afterthought he asked me if I had anything going on in my life that might cause this and I explained to him that is why I am so worried, I don't have anything going on in my life that should be causing anxiety or stress that would warrant this issue. He prescribed me a low dosage beta blocker but I feel like he was not taking my concerns seriously. I feel like he was inattentive, lazy, uninterested, and essentially rushed even though this is an issue that is important.
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