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There are many reasons why you might be looking for a new doctor. Maybe you’ve moved to another city, or perhaps your doctor is retiring. If you need a new doctor, these questions should help you find one who is right for you.

Pick the questions that fit your situation the best. There are many different reasons people decide it’s time to switch to a new doctor, whether it’s your primary care doctor, a specialist, or your child’s pediatrician. And while you might feel hesitant to end your relationship, especially if you’ve been seeing the doctor for a long time, sometimes switching to a new doctor is the best option to ensure you’re receiving the care and attention you need. You owe it to yourself to find your dream doctor—or other health care provider.

That’s especially true when it’s a practitioner you and your family see often, such as an obstetrician/gynecologist, a pediatrician or a primary care provider. Here are some signs it’s time to move on and find a new practitioner. The office is dirty or messy.

“No matter what type of doctor a patient is looking for, finding one they are comfortable with can be really difficult,” Stephanie said. “We really try to listen to their needs and hopefully relieve some of the anxiety and find them a doctor that is a great match.”. Probably not.” Still, there are strategies and resources that can help you find a new doctor or check up on one you already have. Here’s why it’s so important to find a good primary care docto. If finding a new doctor is your choice, and not mandatory, then make sure there are other doctors who can help you before you leave.

Some doctors do not take new patients. Others will not take Medicaid patients. Specialists are booked months in advance.

If you prefer to move on to a new doctor, then be sure to get copies of your medical records from the doctor who fired you, then follow the guidelines for changing doctors. A couple of “don’ts” to remember as you make this transition: Don’t get overly argumentative, obnoxious, or aggressive. It could result in you being denied medical care.

About WebMD Physician Directory. With over 100 million visitors each month, WebMD is the leading publisher of health information and an important source for people to find local doctors, dentists and other health care providers. Finding A New Doctor If you don’t have a family physician or you are looking to switch from your current doctor, it’s time to start your search. If you’ve moved to a new place, changed insurance carriers, or your current doctor makes you uneasy, spending time on your.

Signs That You Need to Find a New Doctor You’re the patient, which means you should feel comfortable when you visit your doctor. Your relationship with them should’ve been built on mutual trust and understanding.

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The patient usually continues care with the first doctor, but should be comfortable switching if he or she so chooses.

“Epilepsy: A Patient and Family Guide” by Orrin Devinsky, MD
from Epilepsy: A Patient and Family Guide
by Orrin Devinsky, MD
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Why do I have to see another new doctor?

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from The Baby-Sitters Club #3: The Truth About Stacey
by Ann M. Martin
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My guidelines for finding a new doctor, in Chapter 7, can be adapted to finding a new pediatrician.

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by Roland Staud, Christine Adamec
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You’re generally allowed to change primary-care doctors if you don’t like the one you started with.

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If you don’t like one doctor, you go to another.

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by Anselm L. Strauss, Strauss, Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press, 1987

It is prudent for the staff to always offer the availability of the new doctor in an attempt to decrease appointment wait time.

“Dental Practice Transition: A Practical Guide to Management” by David G. Dunning, Brian M. Lange
from Dental Practice Transition: A Practical Guide to Management
by David G. Dunning, Brian M. Lange
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Either he will do his reading and become a better doctor, or he will be rude to you, which gives you an opportunity to find a new doctor.

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Or you can pick a new doctor on the presumption that your needs are different now and that perhaps your gynecologist isn’t necessarily the right person to get you through this pregnancy.

“The Girlfriends' Guide to Pregnancy” by Vicki Iovine
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by Vicki Iovine
Pocket Books, 2007

Here are some guidelines to follow when seeing a new doctor, or seeing your regular doctor about a new complaint.

“Intelligent Medicine” by Ronald L. Hoffman
from Intelligent Medicine
by Ronald L. Hoffman
Touchstone, 1997

Nothing is wrong with seeing a doctor more frequently if either the patient or the doctor feels that this is desirable; it is just that there is no evidence that more frequent visits are cost-effective for the population as a whole.

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  • I used to want to be a doctor, I studied Latin as a kid, medical terminology. However nowadays I starting to lose my respect for doctors/medical professionals. Its nothing to do with billing or not taking their expertise seriously. I have had so many bad experiences with them being disrespectful towards me and my family. I have had doctors yell at me until I’m speechless when I thought I was starting to have a heart attack. They kept saying that I must’ve been on drugs because it didn’t make sense why my heart was that fast. I have never done drugs in my life. They thought I was lying. It was very offensive to me because my parents are drug addicts and no longer in my life because of it. My dad was once on a bender and was about to lose his life on the table. He told the medical professional he didn’t feel good. They ignored him, and disrespected him. He then aid he felt tingling all over his body and then saw black. He died. They brought him back to life. Since then my dad doesn’t trust medical professionals.
    A lot of health care professionals don’t want to take care of addicts, alcoholics, or people having mental breakdowns. I have litteraly heard them say its not their job. They also tend to label honest people, like me, countless times, as lying about drug use and other symtoms. I am outraged, and fed up. I constantly just dealt with it labeling it their stress and excusing their behavior. Constant eye rolling, cutting into me talking, and outright ignoring. I’ve always thanked them graciously and taken them seriously. They have not done the same in return. That is why my respect is gone.

  • So if doctors know that insurance is the problem, why are they speaking up? As patients, insurance companies know we will pay for it, but doctors can’t be silent on this issue. I also want to state, that yesterday I was refused by several doctors. Not because of insurance or because of doctors, but because the admin office didn’t like me. What do you say about that Dr. Mike?

  • Every time I have go to the hospital I get harassed and abused by nurses and some doctors. Exploding veins, infected IVs, adverse reactions, antagonistic behavior. Of course there’s never any wrong doing on the hospitals part.

  • Dose wearing masks have any drawback for the wearer, I know it protects others but I heard that it can harm the user which sounds ridiculous but I hear it a lot and wonder

  • I am 12 years old lol and I want to be a doctor so as you can see I am researching about everything very very early! Any advice for youngsters??

  • i was able to get rid of herpes virus with herbal medication i got from Dr Ayomede, living with herpes virus made me realize that herbal medication are very powerful and is of great use

  • about the suicide rate.
    you guys are talking about blue-collar workers and that’s nice but he said “profession”. i think he excluded blue-collars by saying that. so no misinformation here. please stop trying to start drama everywhere.

    side-note: also the rate changes from year to year, from study to study. it’s not even the main point of the video. don’t get tunnel vision when watching a youtube video just to attract people in the comment section.

  • A lot of doctors come off as douchebags who don’t care and just want to rush you in and out.

    My worst experience was with a dental surgeon. He was telling me what teeth he was going to pull, and I was worried he was saying the wrong ones. Hecwas getting frustrated with me, and gotxan attitude when I mentioned I was misdiagnosed with a bleeding disorder. But that I was tested later and shown to not have it. He said I’d need a test showing ai didn’t have it and go through with getting my wisdom teeth pulled. He had a whole attitude anout it, and with my uneasiness of it all. I eventually waked out in anger and asked for a different doctor for my second appointment.

    I got a call a few days later from that clinic pretty much saying they didn’t want to provide service to me with any doctor. So I had to find some place else. Which the guy I did find was very understanding and nice. Unlike the first one.