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  • Hello All Hope All Is Well. I have recieved a prescription from a Mental Health Specialist from whom I have never met nor have had a appointment with. Prescription is Trazodone Today I recieved a phonecall from this Doctor asking me to return the medication to the Facility. Imagine that. Your Thoughts !! Thank you.

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While I don't know for sure, I would say that somehow, again I am not sure how that script was put in under your ss # by error. Could be the real patient said they didn't get it and the pharmacy figured it out and told the person to call you and get it back.

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I'm sure if you made any inquiry on getting this medication, someone who the information got to was on the ball and knew their was a possible malpractive issue, since a Dr who has never seen you cannot by any standard of medical practive, prescribe you any medication that needs a perscription.

They are only covering their asses at this point, I might still however, send in a complaint to the AMA or Pharmacy Board listing this Dr by name for his mess up.

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Well due to the massive errors and negligence at this facility that have yet to be addressed,they have not so this only adds to there demise. But the correct agencies are not addressing the issue they are attempting to make it go away.

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I would put it in a safe place.

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This is by definition, what's referred to in the Medical Profession as a Medical Error.

Medical Errors kill more people in the United States every year than guns do.

This should be reported to the Medical Director and Chief of Staff.



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Problem is reporting this to anyone within the VA is a waste of time. Someone on here pointed me towards the Joint Commission to report problems to.

Might want to report this to everyone at once...I think with the way things have been going within the VA lately it's time to saturate the higher reporting agencies with everything.

But that's just me.......If you do return that script....take a pic of that bottle first; otherwise the VA will deny it ever happened.

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