My personal doctor has dropped me as a patient, this was done over the phone by a nurse. I was told at that time i would get 3months of refills on my medications while I found a new doctor. Yesterday I went to the pharmacy to fill the perscriptions and the doctors office told the pharmacy they will not fill my Rx. The drugs they refused to fill are well documented to cause withdrawls and possible seziures. Is there any action that I can take in any regard?
You can only take action if the doctor deviated from the standard of care and you have been injured as a result. You have not mentioned any injuries that you have suffered and you would need another doctor to review the circumstances and be willing to testify that your doctor deviated from the standard of care.
You may want to consult a medical malpractice specialist, but I am not aware of any requirement that a medical doctor keep a patient. As for the prescriptions issue, call the doctors's office to clear up the misunderstanding, and start looking for a new doctor. That's much easier and more cost-effective than filing a lawsuit that may or may not have merit. Good luck.
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Since you have not suffered any injuries yet even if the doctor departed from the standard of care there are no damages. Find a new doctor immediately or go to the emergency room.
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