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Discharging a patient from your practice can be a difficult decision. However, if done the right way, your practice will be better for it.
What should you do when a patient becomes difficult during an office visit? Trust your instincts on the safety of patients and staff, and have a plan.
The physician-patient relationship can be terminated for any non-discriminatory reason with proper notice. It is best to do so as cordially as possible.
I appreciate the business my medical practice receives, but my staff and I also need to attend to our personal lives as well and we can't sacrifice that.
I understand that to each individual patient there is no one more important, no one more urgent. But I am one physician and can only see one person at a time.