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Ratings for Dr. Lynea M. Kelly

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Dr. Kelly brushed off my girlfriend's multiple syncopal episodes as "probably her anxiety". she was seen the same day that she was released following a diagnosis of adrenal insufficiency and being admitted for four days. Dr. Kelly stated that her marked hypertension (155/98) was probably normal due to the anxiety, even though this pressure was taken after she had administered ativan to her, and that her paired bradycardia (of 42 bpm) was probably because she worked out a lot and was young (she hasn't worked out since before our 6 month old child was conceived). Dr. Kelly diagnosed her state as a vasovagal episode despite her hypertension, she was unable to answer any questions asked and seemed more concerned with sending us home than discovering what may have caused the syncope. Dr. Kelly should take her patient's more seriously, especially when the person accompanying them is a paramedic that transports regularly to her E.R. Read up on your treatments and get a better attitude

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flag | Submitted July 24, 2013

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Dr. Kelly interrogated me and my husband, was extremely rude and nasty, did not give me a suitable exam and accused me of drug seeking.

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flag | Submitted January 22, 2012

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  • University Of Iowa College Of Medicine (Grad. 1998)

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