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RE: [IP] Endocrinologists in Houston?

I use Dr. Philip Orlander at Hermann Hospital in the Medical Center.  I found that I like him very much.  He knows what he is talking about, but He also will listen to you.  

I went to Dr. Garber for a while and found that I disliked his attitude that I didn't know anything and that I had to do everything that he requested.  The straw that broke the camels back was when he told me that he didn't like the exercise routine that I chose.  For those of you who are curious, it was Inline Skating.


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Roxanne Ayres" <email @ redacted>
Reply-To: email @ redacted
Date:  Sat, 5 Oct 2002 01:06:52 -0500

>Does anyone know of any good Endocrinologists in Houston, Texas?
>I just started using the pump in the middle of Sept. and now my insurance
>isn't going to pay for any of the visits because my current Endocrinologist
>isn't on their plan like the office said they were.
>Anyway, that leaves me looking for a new doctor and I'd prefer one who is
>familair with the pump and diabetics. I don't know too much about everything
>and would like to work with a dr who is knowledgable about everything.
>I'm experiencing good results with the Minimed 508 pump. This list has been
>a great help at answering questions I'd thought of, but didn't have anyone
>to ask.
>                                Roxanne
>                                     Dx'd 07/98 at age 18, pumping as of
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