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getting out of contract

dmoonchildddmoonchild Posts: 383
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:19 AM in Pain Management
My surgeon who refused to work on my back because it is beyond repair referred me to several pain managemnet Drs. I called my PM doc to ask how to get out of the contract and they said just write a letter. What should I put in the letter?
Dear Dr, You stink, you never listen to me and you almost killed me with one of the meds. I dislike you you are a quack bye bye

LOL Just kidding


  • That was funny! So, you want to leave your current PM and go see a new one? Just want to make sure I understand you correctly.

    I signed a contract with my PM and when he referred me to a physiatrist (who he said would be taking over my meds) he never mentioned writing a letter to end my current narcotic contract with him. The physiatrist only gave me tramadol and a 30 day suppy of 30 lousy hydrocodones (1 a day at night)!!! and she never made me sign a contract. I just assumed that if you switched doctors you would not see the old one, therefore, you wouldn't get meds from them again.
  • maybe the reason you didn't have to go through the channels is because the PM doc referred you... just a thought
  • I wrote a very nice letter to my current PM doc thanking her for all of her help and compassion and the kind staff ( I lied thru my teeth ) but I didn't want to cause any problems. Here is my dilemma. I have an appointment with her on Monday 21st and will end our relationship. This appointment was rescheduled from the 17th because of an overbooking so there fore I am out of meds as of tonight. If I go to the ER ( which I probably will by Sunday) will they be able to give me meds until I see my PM doc on Monday?
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