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I like Dr. Rupp even though I have only met him once. I am not sure if I like the fact that you meet him once on a one to one basis before surgery, but that is just the way it is I guess. He covered the risks, advantages, and the possible outcome of the surgery very well. rnI just found out today that I will be attending a 3 hour information meeting prior to surgery, so I am hoping to feel better informed after that. It seems since they called today with my surgery date, I do not know or remember anything. lolrnThe staff of St. Paul Surgeons is phenomenal, they have answered all my calls, e-mails, and questions. The only problem I ran across was that they have another patient with my name (both first and last)and when I would call they would call her back. I was getting upset when they didn't call me back, but they were (kinda) lolrnI am anxious to have this surgery and finish this blog...rnMy surgery is done and I am 6 weeks out now. I am disapointed with the lack of communication my husband had with Dr. Rupp after the surgery. Dr. Rupp did not wait for my husband to come around the corner in the waiting room to talk to him, he just left. I did not find out until my 3 week check up that I had my gallbladder out with my RNY. I really feel that I was on a conveyer belt and Dr. Rupp just kept doing the surgeries. My 3 week check up wasn't much better, I saw him for maybe 5 minutes. I had so many questions, but felt so rushed I forgot them all. Yes I had wrote them down, but didn't have time to grab them out of my purse.rnSo I guess Dr. Rupp is a good surgeon, but his communication skills are lacking. Plus all his pre-op classes are bogus.
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