Video captures Florida doctor screaming at patient for complaining about wait

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Jessica Stipe posted a smartphone video on her Facebook video, writing that she was "severely sick" and went to the Gainesville After Hours clinic for a check-up.

- A confrontation between a patient and doctor at a Florida clinic, captured on a cell phone and posted on social media, is garnering some national attention.

"All they had me do was pee in a cup to see if I'm pregnant", Stipe, 38, wrote on Facebook.

In the video, Stipe is seen telling the doctor that they should tell people with appointments when they won't be seen in a "timely manner".

He opened the door while continuing to tell Stipe to leave and then noticed her daughter was recording.

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After the daughter points the camera directly to him and says: 'What's your name?' the doctor aggressively slams the phone out of her hand and takes it away from her. Gallogly is heard asking Stipe as she wonders why she hasn't been taken to an exam room more than an hour after her scheduled appointment.

Instantly, the doctor said: "Are you kidding me?"

"Get the [expletive] out of my office", he screams.

When Stipe told the doctor that she just wanted to return to her home and wanted her co-pay back, the doctor told her to leave instantly. Stipe claimed the doctor also shoved her daughter. "We've already been working on you, we've done a urine test on you", he says.

Stipe alleged that a doctor at the clinic got mad when she demanded her money back and "proceeded to cuss (her) out".

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So he grabbed the phone and began to walk off with it, video shows. The clinic didn't respond to the Gainesville Sun's request for comment, either.

The doctor released a statement to FOX 35 saying,"Ms. Stipe had been increasingly belligerent and abusive to office staff, cursing them and threatening them with violence", allegations which she has denied.

Stipe posted another Facebook status yesterday thanking friends for supporting her.

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.

"To those of you who support me you have my heartfelt thanks", she wrote. Do you know how many people ... "I make no excuses for my unacceptable behavior", Gallogly wrote.

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