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Well...thanks for the notice...

Discussion in 'Teens' started by Danielle2008, Jun 26, 2009.

  1. Danielle2008

    Danielle2008 Approved members

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    I am a bit frustrated, but oh well...these things happen.

    I emailed my Endo at the BDC for copies of my prescriptions, a travel letter for the TSA agents, as well as a prescription to try the CGMS in FFL.

    Well, my Endo just emailed back to let me know that Laurie will get everything I requested, but that he is moving to Seattle to work.....and that I will have one of the Dr. G's as my new Endo(one is my study Dr. so I hope I get him).

    ....So, if I hadn't emailed, I wouldn't have known. Apparently, I would have gone to my appointment in August, and would have found out then.

    Do they not send out news flashes for these kinds of things?
     
  2. sarahspins

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    Yep, it happened to me TWICE... my endo left the practice (same practice both times, the doc I switched to when #1 left, also left about a year later), and nothing was mentioned! I totally switched from that practice and bounced around between several others before eventually returning.
     
  3. MissEmi

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    Oh wow that's CRAZY!! I would hate it if one of the CDE's/my endo/NP left and I didn't get told.
     
  4. jcanolson

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    We were changing dr. anyway, so I had called to have her records transferred. When I called to make sure they had been received, she said something about them being in with the other box of records from there:confused:. I got a letter a month later that he was moving - thus the reason the new endo had a box of records from him. It took 5 months to get an appt with the new endo when I called. If I had waited until I was notified, I'm sure it would have been longer.
     
  5. kierbabi09

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    That's happened to me to. I don't see my endo all the time I see either an intern or a resident (I can't remember which) and they are usually there for a couple years but sometimes they just leave and I don't know until I go to my next appointment.
     

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