Amy W. Liu, MD

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Was admitted into the hospital under emergency care (106 degree temp). While under care I was incredibly pleased with the care and attention I received.
I have been in several hospitals throughout my life time. Most of which gave ok to fair treatment. I have to say that the care and treatment I received from Renata Mae Scott and her staff for the week I was admitted was exceptional. I can't say enough good things about them.

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Was admitted into the hospital under emergency care (106 degree temp). While under care I was incredibly pleased with the care and attention I received.
I have been in several hospitals throughout my life time. Most of which gave ok to fair treatment. I have to say that the care and treatment I received from Renata Mae Scott and her staff for the week I was admitted was exceptional. I can't say enough good things about them.

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I saw Dr. Liu on a same-day appointment when my own doctor was not available. She did not miss any opportunity to make me feel as if I was an inadequate patient. I couldn't list my symptoms in the correct order or in order of intensity. (Exactly what was my temperature on Monday? what bout Tuesday? what time of day?) When I related some information my nurse neighbor told me, she said, "They don't know anything, they aren't trained in diagnosis". She stuck a swab down my throat to get a culture, and when it made me cough, she asked would I please not cough in her direction. (What else what I supposed to do?) She barked at me because I wasn't breathing in exactly the right way for her to listen to my lungs.
While I'm sure she's very smart and can diagnose the heck out of anything, being in the same room with her was painful, particularly when I already felt horrible. She would do better in a research clinic where she wouldn't have to deal with humans. If you're into being dominated and pushed around, she's your gal.

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I saw Dr. Liu on a same-day appointment when my own doctor was not available. She did not miss any opportunity to make me feel as if I was an inadequate patient. I couldn't list my symptoms in the correct order or in order of intensity. (Exactly what was my temperature on Monday? what bout Tuesday? what time of day?) When I related some information my nurse neighbor told me, she said, "They don't know anything, they aren't trained in diagnosis". She stuck a swab down my throat to get a culture, and when it made me cough, she asked would I please not cough in her direction. (What else what I supposed to do?) She barked at me because I wasn't breathing in exactly the right way for her to listen to my lungs.
While I'm sure she's very smart and can diagnose the heck out of anything, being in the same room with her was painful, particularly when I already felt horrible. She would do better in a research clinic where she wouldn't have to deal with humans. If you're into being dominated and pushed around, she's your gal.

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