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It’s great to see Dr. Tulip! He is a great doctor who can help your kids in all aspects.
He is excellent with all ages of children! If you need to see someone else.
Dr. Legenza should go to urgent care/doc in a container! Or any other place.
Except for very sick children or well baby-child visits, we rarely visit the doctor.
As my husband and I, Dr. Tulip has been a favorite of all four children.
It was primarily well-child visits until the last two decades; then, my 14-year old son got strep the previous year.
He had to go to the ENT five times back to back, and then he needed to have his tonsils removed.
Every time Dr. Tulip was wonderful. We had to go to different doctors twice, which was fine, except they weren’t great.
Instead of thinking, “Wow, you have four children and have never brought your kids in 14 years,” we thought, “Wow, you have four kids.
We were annoyed by the doctors who spoke to us like idiots and said he didn’t have strep again. He just got over antibiotics. He did get strep again. This guy must be sick.”
After my daughter had a bad cold on Wednesday night, I called the nurse to talk to her.
She was as kind and helpful as any other staff member.
It has been a horrible flu season, so we have done our best to keep healthy.
My daycare is at home, and we make sure to recognize the signs of the flu.
My daughter had a nasty cold. It started with a low fever; then it spiked to a high fever on Sunday.
She was up non-stop, coughing all night.
It was becoming bronchitis, and I was more concerned about it. I wanted my child to be able breath!
She dances and is in gymnastics 6-8 hours per week.
She is a zombie on the couch, holding her stuffed animal from her baby/toddler years.
The nurse suggested that she bring her in so they could give her something.
We saw Dr. Legenza because Dr. Tulip was no longer available.
It would be okay; my child is miserable.
She will want to make her feel better.
Well- no. She was determined to help the street.
She didn’t care if my daughter was misdiagnosed or if I needed any help.
She is very open-minded and has no rush. My husband asked her about her blood pressure 141/91, but she didn’t mention it. It was the flu, she insisted.
My husband requested to be swabbed to make sure.
She said she was too far along, and it wouldn’t matter.
However, my husband stated that it did matter to him as we have three children and a daycare.
Although she was upset, she did the swab.
My husband informed her that she was coughing a lot and asked if there was anything they could do to help her. She said, “No.”
After some prompting, she gave her cough syrup. It’s a joke, according to the pharmacist.
Although she said it wasn’t pneumonia, she didn’t mention bronchitis.
My daughter said how bad her throat and chest hurt.
My husband also told her, as she didn’t seem to care or notice, and she replied with, “Yeah, that’s how it goes when you cough.”
We forced her to take the swab, as it was not the flu. She was so happy to blame the flu on my daughter and not test me.
She claimed it was flu-like symptoms, possibly viral bronchitis.
It doesn’t sound like her chest is very healthy.
It is curious how many patients she misdiagnosed with flu this season.
I also hope that Tamiflu was not given to them instead of those who truly needed it.
Tamiflu can have serious side effects.
If you are concerned about your child’s well-being and want someone to talk to them as if they care about them, and treat you with respect, then Dr. Tulip is the right person to see.
My daughter will most likely be accompanied by someone else.