I was not contacted regarding PRN at all this week, and my concerns on email were not fully acknowledged electronically
Do not appreciate this, as yet another weekend needs to be endured before I get medication input.
This is unacceptable to me, as the communication between myself, you and the duty has clearly not been followed through.
The below email is to be disregarded - as I have lost patience and I am no longer willing to wait until the end of June
When we meet Monday, please be prepared to discuss the exit strategy.
We need to focus on:
Getting my drivers license sorted out - as this is now being sent directly to Dr. (Name), and any changes at this point will slow the process
How I retain my PIP - I am assuming since I have been in receipt of this, fighting to keep it should be easier? Please advise Monday
Making sure my GP is actually going to prescribe me the correct medication - they have not been updating their system/paperwork for months now…
Help with trying to locate a private provider, which I will fund through my PIP. My understanding from previous conversations is that private doctors who also work for the NHS will not provide care to me, which means the above needs to be expeidated in order for me to get prompt care.
I can’t think of anything else worthy of note.
As I am sure you can understand from my perspective, I feel there is no longer merit in putting pressure on the NHS when I need something, as this clearly no longer working. To be honest, it’s a pretty sad indictment that the relationship between us has historically had to operate in this fashion - and I am sure all find it as tiresome as I indeed do
My communication to members of the team I have tried to keep to a minimum, and I have always tried to only kick up a fuss if there is something that needs to be dealt with swiftly - I am no longer prepared to wait 6-8 weeks each time for an issue to be sorted out
The hope I have now is to fund care through my PIP - which of course is coming out of my support net for my personal finances.
I have no hesitation in doing this, and trying to see if money helps me get proper treatment in a prompt way needs to be tested - as I feel there is no other option as things stand that has not being exhausted already
@Dr. (Name), I am sorry to have sent you two emails now without you giving me your email. Mistakenly, I thought some sort of internal escalation may help, but I was wrong.