I am new to this form but I have a question and was hoping for some comments and views of opinions if you might be able to help me. I have been on Oxycodone immediate-release 10 mg every 6 hours for the quantity of 120 per month. I was being seen at this pain clinic and I ended up going into the hospital the night prior to my appointment. I was having issues with my heart and I was given a bunch of different medications as well as different sleep medication that I was on because it could affect my heart condition. The following day I was discharged early in the morning and was able to go home as my heart has stabilized. I was still able to make it to the doctor's appointment and gave a urinalysis as a doctor ask for. When I came back the following month to get a refill my prescriptions I was told by him that my urine had showed up dirty four different medications at that point I'd explain to him I was in the hospital the night prior and I would be happy to bring him in documentation as well as I asked for another urinalysis that week. He refused me the urinalysis and basically told me that I had two choices and that was either to take Suboxone or to be dismissed from the clinic indefinitely. As I had been on opiates for over 20 years of my life, I decided to go on the Suboxone. I feel like I was forced into taking that because if I chose no Suboxone I would have had horrible withdrawals. This doctor kept pushing his opinions on me saying that pain medications were bad as he was a holistic PA from India and his view of Narcotics were very poor. He constantly questioning me over and over why I would rather take pain meds then be on Suboxone. I told him I was more than happy to provide the documentation from the hospital as well as the UA. Long story short I ended up going to my primary care physician and she was kind enough to put me on my dosage of Oxycodone. She ended up leaving that practice and I had to find another physician and he took over my pain meds until I could get into a pain clinic. I visited over for their pain clinics but they said they wouldn't take me on as a patient as 40 mg of oxycodone a day was too much. My doctor ended up sending me referral back to the original pain clinic I had been to with the Indian doctor. I called yesterday and I was able to make an appointment for 3:45 today. Day rolls around and I get a call around 2 p.m. and I was told that the doctor who I've seen before did not feel safe seeing me again and the only things you would ever be able to prescribe for me was Suboxone because I had been listed as an addicted patient. I was put on a brief hold until another secretary got on the phone and was told that unless I saw a certain doctor I would not be able to be prescribed any pain meds from that facility. She said that it would be up to that doctor to decide whether or not to remove me as an addicted patient back into the program or if I would be completely dismissed from the clinic. I am waiting for this doctor to call me and make an appointment as I said I needed to be seen in the month of December. Can a Pain Management Facility legally do this considering the situation I have been admitted to the hospital and was given various medications? Like I said, they refused me every Duel of my urinalysis and did not allow me to show proof where they have a clause in their pain contract that says if your prescribed medication or from the emergency room or hospital that it would not be counted against you.