PA David Partch, PMG Glisan
Sometimes there are several falsifications in chart notes, sometimes just one or two, but even a single instance of falsified information can be confusing and damaging.
David Partch was a physician’s assistant who saw me a couple of times in 2020 at PMG Glisan when I had instances of acute back pain I needed addressed on an urgent basis. Each time he falsely claimed that I declined a back exam.
This may have some relation to the situation with Dr Frank at OHSU, and the complaint I made in 2015 when I discovered that every time I came in with severe back pain, I was never given a back exam, and that later on I found out he was not addressing my back pain much at all in the records, but portraying my issues as being “anxiety.”
In this case, PA Partch falsely claimed – twice – that I declined an exam. Why on earth would I decline an exam, when the whole reason I’d come in was because of severe back pain?
August 19 2020 PA Partch photographed the inflamed area. I don’t know why, however, the image appears dated 8.12.20 – I don’t see any record of an 8/12 visit.
These may seem like small things, but when these kinds of things show up in every single medical record, and are accompanied by a lack of forward movement toward resolution of issues, it becomes very damaging.
web page updated 20 August 2022