Jennifer, you may be absolutely correct. It must not have been Dr. Dorsett who was actually diagnosing patients. It was INDEED her assistant, or nurse or whatever she is. Dr. Dorsett would sign off on whatever she would put, which in my opinion, if MY name was on the line, I would make sure to at least VISIT with the patients I am signing off on their records OVER A MONTH LATER when I have never met the patient. I have never personally met Dr. Dorsett to be honest. Looking at my medical records that I obtained from her office proved my point to a T. I take it you must work for or with Dr. Dorsett, and if you are a patient, I HIGHLY suggest gathering your medical records. There are TONS of inconsistencies in the records, portions missing, things being diagnosed but not treated, the list could go on for hours. I specifically remember after getting my last HPV shot getting EXTREMELY sick. What do the medical records reflect? Patient was OK. No mention of the fact that I was nauseous, almost passed out, and the staff had to get me orange juice to keep me from passing out.\r
Nice doctor Eh? \r
The MISDIAGNOSES, which, in the medical records DO NOT ACTUALLY REFLECT anything but a doctor's note (OH MY GOSH, SHE MUST BE THE BEST DOCTOR EVER IF SHE CAN DIAGNOSE DISEASES WITHOUT EVEN WORKING IN A LAB OR PROVIDING THE LAB REPORTS!! SHES MAGIC I TELL YOU!) was IN FACT a MISDIAGNOSES since NO OTHER DOCTOR HAS FOUND ANYTHING CONSISTENT WITH WHAT SHE STATED. I don't know your definition of MISDIAGNOSE but that sounds like it is hitting the nail on the head pretty darn well. I think it's funny you MAY or MAY NOT have a patient in their office who has a history of cervical cancer and shows signs, yet you aren't even taking the proper steps. DANG, It's a wonder why Oprah herself isn't using this doctor. Do note the sarcasm. \r
My Original Post from 2009:\r
Every time i've gone to have a check up, the doctor's nurse always comes in. She misdiagnosed me with something very serious, and then lied about the bloodwork. all this of course after waiting to be seen for about 45 minutes because the receptionist messed up on the front desk paperwork. Horriable Service, and Horriable Nurses and Doctors.
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