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What are my rights as a patient who happens to be disabled to receive medical care from a healthcare system of her choice?

Anaheim, CA |

I am 51, disabled female, who has Medicare/Medicaid as her health care insurance. I have been denied access to two large medical groups within the Catholic Health care System. I think I have been discriminated against because of my disabilities. The providers were not the ones to tell me I could no longer be seen by them. It was people within the organization that told me I was not an acceptable patient to be treated by any of the doctors, specialists, or surgeons. These people did not care that I am disabled, suffer from medical issues, etc. These people do not care how hard it is for me to find and retain doctors, specialists, and surgeons who would like to treat me. I prefer receiving care from the Catholic Health System. What are my legal rights?

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You have offered nothing in support of your post except mere supposition. I would be willing to bet that Catholic Health Care actually treats people with disabilities the same as yours or similar.

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I agree with Mr. Hudson.

R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239

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We need more facts so we can give you the appropriate advice. Good luck

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