I moved from the city I lived in to take a new job. My regular doctor(not paion clinic) is now two ours away from where I live now. I work contract so I don't get paid if I take time off from work. I found a new doctors office that is open until 8 PM every Monday. So I called to set up an apointment. I have high blood pressure and diabetes and will need a refill on my meds really soon. They took my name, address and phone number and asked why I need to be seen. I told them about moving and that I needed a doctor for general health and for med refills. They said they had a person that works with all new patients. Imagine my surprise when I received a message that" they would not be able to see me" I called hem back and asked were they not taking new patients? The woman told me they did not do narcotic refills! I told her I had only needed refills on my blood pressure meds and that I go to a pain clinic for my percocets. So she said okay and set up an appointment for me. I then asked her how she knew I was on narcotics. She said she had looked me up on a database. Has this happened to anyone else? I have never asked any doctor for a narcotic refill. I get them from the pain clinic only. I feel really insulted. They don't even know me. I would think they would have looked me up if I asked foir narcotics in their office but not until then. I would go somewhere else but I can't find anyone else with evening hours. Should I complain to the doctor when I see him?