Amy Whitaker earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Missouri-Columbia and her Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Tennessee-Memphis. She brings 15 years of clinical experience to the PCRMC team. Amy Whitaker joined PCRMC in October and is practicing with internal medicine physicians Don James and Surajit Majumdar. Whitaker is now accepting new patients. She particularly enjoys working with diabetics and focuses on prevention, education and nutrition.
Unfortunately, I have had to go to different care providers over the last several years. I am still finding out about my past. I reviewed my medical history and was surprised to find out that she called my schizo-affective disorder, mental health problems. What exactly does that mean. I did have issues with anxiety NOS. Furthermore, I didn't know I had GERD. And a vitiman D deficiency was never discussed. A PA questioned that. I am still concerned the way she analyses Lab Results, and the way she unprofessionally explains information.
I came to her with very important questions about my urine test. There was a question about baceria urine. All that was talked about was Vagina's and rectums. She wanted to compare it to the previous test. I don't believe there was a urine anaylsis. I left with hast, because she was totally confusing and did not professionally anaylsis the results of the test. I went to a MD and the results of my test were answered to my complete satisfaction. I have to drink more water, take vitamin B for my muscles and not to worry about the bacteria because I am not diabetic. It was also mention that I am not eating enough meat, because there was a trace of protein in my urine. I was instructed to lose weight, about 10 to 20 pounds and not to eat fatty foods and no butter.
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