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David Kelsen
Works at FLATHEADenterprises
Attended Orange Coast College
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Writer, Video Production-Editing, Web Presence Facilitator
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  • FLATHEADenterprises
    Owner, present
  • FLATHEADenterprises
    Writer, Video Production-Editing, Web Presence Facilitator, 2011
  • Integrity Futures Group
    Marketing dude
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Musician, writer and video editor.  Spent first part of life playing in casuals and originals bands.  Next came restaurant/hotel/country club management.  Currently freelancing and consulting in IT services including; web presence development, video production, copy-writing, social media campaigns and web site consulting.
Education
  • Orange Coast College
    Music, Literature
  • Edison High School
I expect a doctor to care for the patient...not a corporation. I realize that in an insurance driven industry (like medicine), $'s are important. The optimist in me hopes that people come before profit, but the realist in me doesn't have enough evidence to prove otherwise. Dr. Alevizos proved to me that $ are first. My fiance broke her foot at work. If you're familiar with Workers Comp, and all the BS that goes with it, sigh here. So check it out. On the initial office visit (the day of the injury), she was seen by Dr. Alevizos. He released her for work the next day (with a broken foot). But...she also had an appointment to see an ortho specialist the next day. As she was checking out the first day, she was told that her company offered a "work from home" option so that there was no reportable time lost and there wouldn't be lost wages. My fiance agreed to the arrangement. The Ortho specialist prescribed "work from home" for 3 weeks. One week later she got an email from her company informing her that she needed to "report" to Dr. Alevizos. When she called, she was informed that an appointment had been made for her for that day, even though no one from the company or from Dr. Alevizos office had bothered to reach out...hmmmm...maybe if she had an email address or a cell phone...OH Wait..She Does. At that emergency visit Dr. Alevizos charged that the "work from home" program didn't exist. He accused her of misleading the clinic in regard to the "work from home" program, which was odd, because it was the clinic that informed her about the program from her companies HR department to begin with. Lastly, when Dr. Alevizos examined my fiance, he was checking her ankle. It was her foot that was broken. He had seen the x-rays on two previous occasions and advised her on the diagnosis, but on this last visit apparently that had escaped him. He didn't even examine the correct area. Disappointed.
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