Contact the medical board, do a search on the internet for your County name and medical board, that is assuming you live in the states. What a pervert that doctor sounds to be! I agree, it is a joke what you get as and for medical care at the rediculous fees they charge. If I had energy left in me, I would be doing the same thing on a few here in Nevada. In order to get any satisfaction, you have to be clear, concise and direct to the point of what he did, how you don't consider that medical care or why it wasn't, how it made you feel and that you wholeheartedly disagree with being billed, but rather he be made to pay for the REAL doctor you had to go see afterward. Good Luck.
Sorry, it is the State Board (not County) that is if he is a MD, if he is a DO you have to go elsewhere. Let me know if you are in the states and where and I'll find a link for you.
I am in California and thanks for your help.
www.medbd.ca.gov and www.ombc.ca.gov if DO
I should have probably made myself a little more clear, just tired. Expressing the bill and that you feel this doctor should pay it, will not help get the bill paid or any monetary settlement for you. That's just me, showing my disgust in some of these doctors, charging to unbelievable amounts for things like this or in my case walking into an emergency room in bad pain which has been building up a few months after a hysterectomy and telling them I am stuffed up and havn't been able to go, I think adhesions. I ended up leaving the hospital being told Yep, your filled to the gills with a bottle of a laxative drink and prescription for more in my hand. The bill comes to over $3,000.00. Not one thing was done to see why I was blocked. So, my point back to the Medical Board. They are only there to watch over the doctors, and they don't know what you are doing until you report it. They investigate it and punish the doctor(s) as they feel necessary. Sometimes take their license away. If you don't feel you should pay for it, cc the report to the Medical Board to the clinic you saw the doctor at with a short cover letter asking them to credit the bill.
Thanks Teresa, that's good advice for all! MV