Juliet N. Liu, MD

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Long before health care reform passed, Dr. Liu pronounced me dead on arrival. Once she entered the exam room for our first visit, she announced that she had "read my file" sounding more like a probation officer than a physician. Not realizing that she had already passed judgement on my right to life, I discussed my health problems with her. When I asked if I should have further testing she replied,
"Why bother, you've already had hospice."

It's true, ten years ago I was near death and had hospice care. In spite of the odds, I survived. Since then I have seen my son get his dream job and buy his dream house, I mended fences, recognized harsh truths about myself and the world, worked online to help elect a president and made peace with God. I figure it was time well spent. However it seems that Dr. Liu had determined that my chronic lung disease meant that I had used up too many resources already.

Then for some unknown reason, she investigated my need for a wheelchair, demanding I explain my wheelchair. I've had the chair for ten years. I went into the hospital with pneumonia and came out in a wheelchair. Since my lung disease is terminal, nobody really bothered about the wheelchair. But I did. I complained every chance I got. Finally I connected the dots to an antibiotic that is linked to tendon rupture. I said none of this to her - she was busy beating the hell out of my knee with a little rubber thing. When my leg wouldn't "kick" she suddenly folded her arms and sent me home.

Depression is a real problem for anyone who suffers from a debilitating disease. Because of what Dr. Liu said, my therapist and my son worked overtime to convince me that an handful of morphine wasn't the answer. In the end I remembered that God determines when he's done with me - not some death panel doctor. I also want to know what was in my file that prompted her to think she could treat me that way. The Doc who referred me to her has some "splaing to do.

She's not only a bad doctor - she's a "mean girl". ".

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Long before health care reform passed, Dr. Liu pronounced me dead on arrival. Once she entered the exam room for our first visit, she announced that she had "read my file" sounding more like a probation officer than a physician. Not realizing that she had already passed judgement on my right to life, I discussed my health problems with her. When I asked if I should have further testing she replied,
"Why bother, you've already had hospice."

It's true, ten years ago I was near death and had hospice care. In spite of the odds, I survived. Since then I have seen my son get his dream job and buy his dream house, I mended fences, recognized harsh truths about myself and the world, worked online to help elect a president and made peace with God. I figure it was time well spent. However it seems that Dr. Liu had determined that my chronic lung disease meant that I had used up too many resources already.

Then for some unknown reason, she investigated my need for a wheelchair, demanding I explain my wheelchair. I've had the chair for ten years. I went into the hospital with pneumonia and came out in a wheelchair. Since my lung disease is terminal, nobody really bothered about the wheelchair. But I did. I complained every chance I got. Finally I connected the dots to an antibiotic that is linked to tendon rupture. I said none of this to her - she was busy beating the hell out of my knee with a little rubber thing. When my leg wouldn't "kick" she suddenly folded her arms and sent me home.

Depression is a real problem for anyone who suffers from a debilitating disease. Because of what Dr. Liu said, my therapist and my son worked overtime to convince me that an handful of morphine wasn't the answer. In the end I remembered that God determines when he's done with me - not some death panel doctor. I also want to know what was in my file that prompted her to think she could treat me that way. The Doc who referred me to her has some "splaing to do.

She's not only a bad doctor - she's a "mean girl". ".

Pros: nice staff

Cons: mean girl

Juliet N. Liu, MD Office Locations:

206-386-9500

515 Minor Avenue Suite 300

Seattle, WA, WA 98104

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206-543-0065

1100 9th Avenue

Seattle, WA, WA 98111

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