Amy E. Grawey, MD

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  • 12680 Olive Boulevard Suite 300

    Saint Louis, MO 63141

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  • 314-251-8888

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This doctor is new and could use a lot of experience working with more experienced doctors. She is intelligent but arrogant, callous, and blunt. She feels she can do it all and what I think she is doing is just trying to maximize her finances with little concern for her patient. I was dealing with a dietician and she wanted me to come to her monthly and review the meal logs. That is crazy and not financially prudent --why pay two for the same job. Her staff is inexperienced. unprofessional, and unskilled in medical issues. They did not return my calls on 2 occassions--said they did not get the vmails. They called me regarding medication usage and could not pronounce lasix or furosemide. I took blood tests at the lab on location and they stuck me 7 times and then referred me to Barnes Hospital emergency to draw blood--got it on the 1st stick. I take lasix and potassium. Over a 15 year period my dosage of potassium fluctuates between 20mg and 4omg based on cramping.. My prior doctor raised and lowered the amount based on my cramp level....this doctor took 3 blood tests in 30 days and in order to raise it above 20mg wanted a 4th set of blood work after changing dosage. While this was going on, I had informed her staff my left leg from the knee to the ankle was red, hot, painful, and much more swollen than normal. This information was ignored or overlooked. As a result, I ended up with an emergency admission to the hospital for 3 days. While there I received a vmail explaining the reason why blood tests for my potassium were needed from one of the staff. Ludicrous....I could control potassium intake on my own with a banana and it was still being argued. I informed the office I was curently in the hospital as a result of their negligence...while they were focused on minor issues they completely ignored my inflamed and infected leg. Upon my release from St. Lukes Hospital, I began a search for a new doctor. The dear doctor also sent me a "good bye" letter. Obviously, the feeling is mutual. She may be a fine doctor someday. I am not at an age that I can handle a "doctor in training". I need someone midway between new and retired or
new with better maturity and judgement.

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This doctor is new and could use a lot of experience working with more experienced doctors. She is intelligent but arrogant, callous, and blunt. She feels she can do it all and what I think she is doing is just trying to maximize her finances with little concern for her patient. I was dealing with a dietician and she wanted me to come to her monthly and review the meal logs. That is crazy and not financially prudent --why pay two for the same job. Her staff is inexperienced. unprofessional, and unskilled in medical issues. They did not return my calls on 2 occassions--said they did not get the vmails. They called me regarding medication usage and could not pronounce lasix or furosemide. I took blood tests at the lab on location and they stuck me 7 times and then referred me to Barnes Hospital emergency to draw blood--got it on the 1st stick. I take lasix and potassium. Over a 15 year period my dosage of potassium fluctuates between 20mg and 4omg based on cramping.. My prior doctor raised and lowered the amount based on my cramp level....this doctor took 3 blood tests in 30 days and in order to raise it above 20mg wanted a 4th set of blood work after changing dosage. While this was going on, I had informed her staff my left leg from the knee to the ankle was red, hot, painful, and much more swollen than normal. This information was ignored or overlooked. As a result, I ended up with an emergency admission to the hospital for 3 days. While there I received a vmail explaining the reason why blood tests for my potassium were needed from one of the staff. Ludicrous....I could control potassium intake on my own with a banana and it was still being argued. I informed the office I was curently in the hospital as a result of their negligence...while they were focused on minor issues they completely ignored my inflamed and infected leg. Upon my release from St. Lukes Hospital, I began a search for a new doctor. The dear doctor also sent me a "good bye" letter. Obviously, the feeling is mutual. She may be a fine doctor someday. I am not at an age that I can handle a "doctor in training". I need someone midway between new and retired or
new with better maturity and judgement.

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