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03/21/2013
By: oldpatientxxx
Schuman-Liles Clinic
Since its primary insurance they get is Medi-Cal There doctors there and I see all personal are very over worked and because of The cheapest insurancs is there majorityof clients a lot of these are diagnosed with a duel diaganose as Adicts with a mental illness off all ranges.Low income based on the insurance I can say that there technology is not up to date itr just can not afford to pay these more then fair doctors there salery to see a patient the clinic gets very litle.At times it will put some doctors on edgeb and I even been told that at timesfrom a former doctor worked stated tro me that they take it out on the staff at times its crazy and kaotic at times.; I do o/ver 10 years or longer as going there that the doctors like most in this field did not go to 12 years of schooling its was fdr to help persons i personaly have the utmost respect for them.Me in my 50,s had a nervous break down at 15 saw mentel health person and even was a lot of money my dad paid a hourly wage to see a phyciatrist who was in it for the money cost like 240 a hour back the over 35 years ago was a lot of money. Back then A Axis 1 is your major dianoses they did not have Bi-polar at this time.If they were evoled like they are now i personaly could had a more fruyit fill life instead getting into drugs i was born with it.With the medications 15 years ago helped me a lot made me more stable and not wanting to hurt your self you felt like every 15 year old does like your on top of the world and we all felt this way speaking for myself then.tThere majority of clients are ex drug addicts takes alot out of a doctor. These personare there as a drug seeking and wanting this and this and that goes hand in handany dope fien or crack addict.t calm there no reson itys very safe but it is a long wait but for free these patients including myself of 15 years or more there that would havre no where to turn to.I would recomend it everyone has there bad day there good onesIt does hurt a person when a doctor you admire had for a long time to say that a lot his clients are like crack heads meaning only they want more pills that make you fill good so i can trully understood why the 1st time I have ever been. judged in a way I felt was inappropiate thats just me.Yes do go get treatment mostly the meds you do need as a mentally ill person needs this.Any feed back be great to.. I will book mark this blog from the heart.
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This depends on the facility. Patients should call to find out if they'll need a referral from their physician prior to making an appointment.
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