After what period can you attach to another clinic, if you do not like the service in the student clinic?
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Answered on May 4, 2015 14:23
1. To change the local doctor - therapist the patient has the right. 2. A series of problems will arise: 3. The new doctor you have chosen should be willing to accept you. 4. The new doctor has his own therapeutic site - your address does not belong to him, therefore the home therapist will be served by the PRECUNITOR therapist assigned to your site of service, that is, the doctor who is not satisfied with you will come to your house anyway. Others have to agree and pay. 5. If you are a disabled person using DLO-preferential drugs, you will be the last to receive them, as the new doctor will first try to choose a standard for their ancestral patients.
Well, it turns out that I am getting detached from my clinic, at the place of residence which, and attached to the student's. The student did not like the service. And I wonder how much time must pass so that I can return to my clinic, which is in the community.