Two days before my wedding and honeymoon (our flight was a few hours after the wedding), I showed up at least 10 minutes early, let’s say 12 minutes and got into an unusually long line at the check-in window. No problem, I have plenty of patience, The nerves in my hip and leg don’t, but I was close enough to lean on a chair after about 5 minutes.While I’m waiting, I observe that the patients checking out are now checking out at the check-in windows for some reason, are being given priority, thus making the check-in process even slower. Not only that, but I can hear clearly, despite HIPAA, all of the patients‡ information as both windows were calling other offices to make appointments for specialty services.Half an hour later, they gave the man standing in front of me, who had to be pushing 90 years old, grief for how late he was at 13 minutes, and how he better call next time. I got told I was 19 minutes late where 15 minutes was the deadline, I had to pay a $50 missed appointment fee (which is double my co-pay), and they had another appointment in 10 days, when I would be on my honeymoon. She was usually very nice, but today she was a disciple of Lucifer himself. I explained that I had been there for over a half hour, and even started my wait in line DIRECTLY UNDER A SURVEILLANCE CAMERA that they should check, that the only reason I didn’t make it to the window was because they were not only doing check-outs, but prioritizing them, when I was, in fact, at least 10 minutes early. There was no way I was flying back from my honeymoon just for a doctor’s appointment that I didn’t miss, and that my medication would not last me through my vacation.Finally, she told me why all this was happening (the letting go of the other employees) and told me to wait. The nurse then came out around 20 minutes later with prescriptions that would last me one week, but gave me an altered appointment for the day after I get back clearly showing that the girl at the window told her what my return date was. When I told her the medications would cut me short by 6 days, she then tells me I can take it or get nothing. I mean, nerve damage and pain that can get so severe I could lose my ability to walk isn’t all that important, nor the withdrawals from the drugs they’ve had me on for so long…When I got home from my honeymoon we were obviously exhausted and one of the things we didn’t do was read the giant pile of mail on the table, All our bills were on auto-pay anyway. The next day I went to my doctor’s appointment 45 minutes early just to be told they can’t find my appointment in the system. Then they tell me they can’t find ME in the system. The doctor asked me if I got his letter, to which I had not yet gone through the bushels of mail at home, and reprinted the letter before slamming the door. He then went to the window, as if he needed protection, and told me I was to leave immediately or the police would be called. I wasn’t even given enough time to read the two-page letter where the doctor stated that I was unacceptably late, rude, disruptive to the other doctors and patients, and a drug seeker, and they would not be prescribing medication for me anymore.