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Re: [IP] Sign at IP for Dr's. competence
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>>>> What about internists? I was referred to an internist because
>> my GP thought
>>>> there were no good endos where I lived.
>>> I am looking for a new endo. There does not appear to be many endos in my
>>> area in my ins plan and I know a few who do not take pump
>>> patients. I had no
>>> idea that internists manage pump patients. I will look into it.
>> My Dr. is an internist and he is the one who pushed a pump to me and
>> convinced me to try it. (only took him two years to do this) in the meantime
>> he taught me how to carb count and adjust my insulin to what I needed. He
>> was so happy when I finally decided to try out a pump and kept insisting
>> that I would love it. (He was right to my surprise) He always knows what he
>> is talking about and can answer all of my questions. He is much better than
>> a lost of the endo's I have run into around here.
> Is he listed on these pages? http://www.insulin-pumpers.org/pumpdocs.cgi
> He should be!!! This list is not just endocrinologist, but any
> physician that manages diabetes with insulin pump therapy! Please,
> if you have a doctor that is an advocate for pump therapy, list them
> here! Give another diabetic the favor that will change their life!
Yes he is listed there. I felt he was to good not to.
Dr. Jeff Strong in Logan, UT.
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