Police is looking for a doctor who yelled at a sick mother

Facebook									A Gainesville After Hours Clinic doctor is seen in a viral video posted to Facebook by Jessica Stipe

Police in Florida are now investigating a video of a Gainesville doctor telling a sick woman in an expletive-laced tirade to get out after she claimed to have waited too long in line.

Jessica Stipe, 38, posted the video of the incident on Facebook and wrote that she asked Gallogly how much longer she had to wait to be seen. "Do you want to be seen or not?"

Before she could continue, the doc fires back by saying 'are you kidding me?' before launching into a rant. Do you know how many people - I've got seven rooms back there. Then, the doctor informed the mother that he'd already run a urine test on her.

Stipe said she was "miserable" and wanted to go home before the doctor replied: "Then fine".

It was not immediately clear if he has been questioned by police as part of the inquiry. Subside Gallogly of Gainesville After Hours Clinic, curses at Stipe amidst the holding up room in the clasp, which was recorded by Stipe's little girl.

"At the end of the events, I most regrettably lost my temper, and spoke to the women in a most unprofessional manner", Gallogly said.

That's when she chose to confront her doctor, at about 7:45 p.m., she wrote, in an argument that quickly escalated and allegedly resulted in her daughter getting shoved.

He then said when he finally came to the waiting room Stipe and her daughter continued hurling abuse where they "cursed and threatened him". Stipe said. She alleged in her post that when she asked for her co-pay back, the doctor became angry and "proceeded to cuss (her) out".

Patient Jessica Stipe was annoyed by the lengthy wait time at the Gainesville After Hours Clinic on Monday and wanted a refund after being "severely sick" and "throwing up in the trash can", the MailOnline reported.

Following a couple of more seconds and further contending, Gollogly draws near to Stipe and says, "Get the f - out of my office", as he drives her out the front entryway.

Stipe's daughter, who was filming, was heard saying: "Mom, I got it on video, it doesn't matter". The clinic's office manager did not return a call for comment, the publication said.

In a statement to WCJB-20 News, Dr. Gallogly claimed the video captured the last minute of an "hour-long episode" that included Ms. Stipe becoming "increasingly belligerent and abusive to the office staff and threatening them with violence", according to the report.

Stipe stands by her story as she said: "I don't want anybody else in my community or any other community to receive that type of care or behavior towards them".

Stipe's video has been viewed over 200,000 times and has more than 3,000 shares.

"To those of you who support me you have my heartfelt thanks", she wrote.

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