I finally found the source of the problem that doctors could not.
Not going into particulars here, but I have already been to the drugstore and found
Doctors. I hate going to them. They mostly do not listen to anything you have to say
and recommend doing things that you do not want to do.
Such as the physical I had last month. The doctor wanted a chest x-ray for no more
purpose than to see what my lungs look like since I have a history of respiratory problems.
Is there really any good reason to subject yourself to even more radiation than what is
absolutely necessary? I don't think so.
I thought I had found a good facility, but, I have changed my mind. When their blood tester
to check for diabetes had quick working and then the rest of them also weren't working, that
sort of made me curious. When they told me they could not do an EKG for the physical because
they had run out of the special paper, umm, wow.
When they told me they would call me right back after going to the drugstore and finding out that
I would need the doctor to call the insurance company to get authorization - and they did not call me
back - that was the final straw. 5 days later, they still had not called back which is when I called them.
They did not want to deal with me. Fine, I said, who is the doctor that started this practice? He is not in,
I was informed. I called their other facility in Phoenix and lo and behold, there he was on the phone.
I asked the guy how I would be treated if I had a serious problem? Would I be forgotten about then, as well?
It was a rhetorical question as I had already made up my mind: this place isn't going to get another penny
in insurance money from me having had visited their office. Time to start looking for another new doc.
Well, whatever. I don't find doctors, generally, to be all that caring of people. They have too many patients and are overbooked to be able to do that all day long. They might actually care, to be honest, but they simply don't have that much reserve in them to be able to dish that out all day long.
Whatever the case, ti's time to leave for work.
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