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From my first appointment up until my 4th I have been seeing a nurse practitioner , who has led me to believe and let me call him doctor . . . I did not see the actual physician in the practice until my 5th appointment . This NP has been giving me medical advice , giving me shots and getting the dr of the facility to write me prescriptions . Which made me wonder from day one . With my new - found knowledge I realize I have only actually seen and spoke to the actual doctor twice and I have been there for Dr's visits 7 times in the past 3 and a half months . I decided to check my " Dr's " credentials today and discovered he is licensed in Indiana as a nurse practitioner , and to top it off his COI is not from where i am going for care . and he is not listed under where I am going for care either . OutrageousI decided to do my research today due to my scheduling of a history review which was a debacle lasting 2 hours in which they billed my insurance as a dr's visit. But I recorded the entire thing due to the terrible standard of care I had been recieving. the NP gave me medical advice, let me call him doctor, with the reasonable presumption he is a M.D., and he gave me a different diagnosis the past 2 appointments with him. None of which is in my record. I am interested if there is anything criminal going on here to prevent him from hurting others. I have been miserable with no actual treatment or diagnosis for 3 and a half months... doesn't seem right to me.
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