Ratings for Dr. Priscilla Ray
My mom is 89 years old and a recent patient of Dr. Ray. My mom went to her due to an addiction to Adivan (Loranzapam) and Tramadol. Dr. Ray actually sent her home with more medication - gabapentin . During a recent visit to an ER with my mom the medical staff asked why my mom is on all this medication . My mothers regular pharmacist also questions this decision. I tried to call Dr. Ray to inquire why my mom came to her with an addiction and is now being given even more medication. Dr. Ray refuses to call me back and told my mom that she would no longer see her if she did not take the medication. However, I am the one who provides care for my mom not Dr. Ray. Why would any doctor with any sense of integrity not confer with the son/caregiver of an 89 year old woman? I should be abke to inquire what is being given to my mom and why. I don't understand and do not recommend this type of medical practice. I find this horrible in every way!
Dr. Ray is very nice. However, she seems more interested in talking slowly and setting up more appointments rather than getting to the root of the issues. We get very little to nothing accomplished in each appointment. I have decided to look elsewhere.
Dr. Ray works at Methodist Hospital in Houston. I was hospitalized after another doctor took me off Zoloft abruptly. Dr. Ray misdiagnosed me as bipolar, mismedicated me and then released me from the hospital indigent, homeless and confused. This was in August of '08. Dr. Ray committed gross malpractice and once I get back on my feet financially, I intend to bring suit. Stay away from this doctor, she's incompetent and has about as much empathy as a Nazi prison camp guard. David Adams, firstname.lastname@example.org if you want more info.
Dr. Priscilla Ray's Credentials
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- Baylor Coll Of Med, Houston Tx 77030 (Grad. 1974)
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