Ratings for Dr. Ken N. Brown
Dr. Brown is definitely not getting any kind words from me. Even with obvious physical symptoms-very clearly visible to anyone-no MD required-being presented, he still could not be a professional. He clearly entangles his own issues and opinions (ugly divorce, everyone is a liar, all patients want is pain meds and benzos, etc.) with whoever the patient in front of him is. In my opinion (and that if every credible ethics resource I could access) it's not just unprofessional and unethical.....it's cruel and extremely dangerous. Making a value judgement about another human being always allows for whoever is doing it to show just how far removed from "being human" this physician has strayed. Worst of all....I doubt he cares.
Dr. Brown has a terible bedside manner and is inclined to be judgemental and cruel. It appeared that he felt any complaint about pain was a prelimiinary effort to obtain pain medication, which he apparently feels is a moral issue rather than a medical one. He hasn't hesitated to resort to name-calling, yelling, and humiliation of any patient he feels is "drug seeking". Nor does he seem to be bothered by the possibility of missing a real diagnosis due to his callous and often cruel treatment of any patient falling outside the narrow definition he has of what constitutes a "real" problem or need. I expect that someday soon, Dr. Brown will find himself on the receiving end of a malpractice or slander lawsuit.
Dr. Ken N. Brown's Credentials
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- University Of New Mexico School Of Medicine (Grad. 1989)
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