All patients: sign up for RSS feed top right


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Change happens rapidly in medicine. Long distance patients are especially affected. I can not continue to return 60 telephone calls each day about changes outside of everyone’s control. Doctors are subject to sudden conferences required by regulatory agencies. Vacation, and emergencies do happen — wildfires, earthquakes, loss of cell phone towers, electric lines down.

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If you are my patient, have you signed up for RSS on this website? If not, sign up now for RSS, at top right.

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Your safety is the most important concern. Preventing unexpected cost is another. Devastating as is your intractable pain or your PTSD or treatment resistant depression, we all need to be updated as soon as change occurs. Plan ahead, be prepared, and hope for smooth conditions.

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After you sign up for RSS and after you have read about PJ’s closing, only after that, if you still have questions, then please email or text me – be sure to include your name.

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This website is not for email.

My patients all have my email.

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Patients may be very disappointed and upset if some need to stay in San Diego 2 or 3 days longer waiting for medication refills. Please understand, I will work with one and only one compounding pharmacy — I have seen too many failures and unsafe methods, but I do need you to stay updated on more than one issue.

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I have no easy way to rapidly relay important information to so many of you. This website is not for email.

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Patients may be angry or very unhappy due to change and expectations that the new pharmacy is the same as the old. This is one example of many frustrations with the American medical system.

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If any other questions and if you live a distance, please email or text me – be sure to include your name if you text, so I can identify who you are.  

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This website is not for email.

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Please ignore advertising.

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