Doctor Curses at Patient, Tells Her to Get Out

  • Doctor Curses at Patient, Tells Her to Get Out

Doctor Curses at Patient, Tells Her to Get Out

Stipe's daughter, who was filming, was heard saying: "Mom, I got it on video, it doesn't matter".

Video of the episode was presented on Facebook on Monday by Jessica Stipe, the lady who was the casualty of the man's wrath.

The video shows Gallogly yelling at the woman.

Jessica Stipe uploaded the footage to her Facebook page hours after the spat, which she said occurred when she complained about not being seen and requested her copay back.

According to The Gainesville Sun, a police investigation has been launched by Gainesville Police Department into his actions.

Stipe says: "I've specifically asked this lady to let people know that even if they get an appointment they may not be seen in a timely manner". However, till 7:45 p.m. she was not seen by the doctor despite being in severe pain and she had apparently thrown up in a trash can also.

"Yes I'm employed, I don't do drugs & yes I wanted meds. a antibiotic!" she wrote. "All they had me do was pee in a cup to see if I'm pregnant", Stipe wrote. "I know I'm not", the 38-year-old mother told them.

Stipe told WCJB-TV that she's considering filing a lawsuit against the clinic.

The video, which can be viewed below, shows Peter Gallogly arguing with Stipe about the wait time.

Stipe then told CBS4 that the doctor's statements are "absolutely not true".

I'm severely sick and came to Gainesville after hours with a 6:30 appointment. I asked for my co pay back so I could leave and go back home to bed and try to be seen elsewhere tomorrow because I'm just that miserable that all I want is my bed. "I got seven rooms back there". She asked for her $80 copayment back.

A video of a Florida doctor yelling and cursing at a patient has gone viral (video below). "Get the hell out".

"Then fine, get the hell out, get your money and get the hell out, see you later", the doctor replies as he begins to walk away.

Dr Gallogly swipes at the phone as they leave. "Does that take three seconds, you think?" Stipe threatens to file a complaint with the better business bureau, as her daughter adds that she captured the exchange on camera.

Stipe, who said her symptoms were later diagnosed as pneumonia, said Gallogly snatched her daughter's phone out of her hand when he realized the girl was recording.

The Gainesville After-Hours Clinic's website said on a since-deleted page that Gallogly graduated from the University of Florida College of Medicine in 2001 and completed his residency in family medicine at Alachua General Hospital.

"Ms. Stipe had been increasingly belligerent and abusive to the office staff, cursing them and threatening them with violence, because she was unwell and had been waiting to be seen by me for more than an hour", Gallogly wrote.