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Oh yes....the level of stupidity at the pharmacy of the Dayton VA just continues to amaze me. I just caught another error on their part. Well, it's either an error, or they are trying to cover another doc's butt.

I was looking at my latest script from the pdoc I saw last week when I noticed that the name of the doc on the bottle isn't the name of the doc I saw!!! The name on the bottle is actually the supervisor of the department. Strange.

Plus I looked up this new med with my med interaction list....geeeez....so not good. I'm calling the pharmacy tomorrow and ask some questions.

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That was my first thought. Makes me wonder why a pdoc would loose his script-writing privilege...and if that's true...why is he still seeing pts???

As soon as I have his full name from my records (I'll get the copies this week); I'll try to check his license out on the internet. But he isn't from this country...might not be easy.

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Hello Purple,

This individual may be a resident. If that is the case, the attending signs of on scripts, consults, etc. Normally, the VA Hospitals are "teaching" hospitals.

Tayo

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