Went in for a workers comp injury to my left hand/thumb. The nurse was great, but the doctor was a complete jerk, and that is being nice. After speaking with the nurse, I waited for the doctor. He came in (didn’t even knock), leaned against the bed across from the chair I was sitting in, crossed his hands over his chest, and proceeded to tell me without even examining my hand that this wasn’t a worker’s comp case, and I needed to go see my primary care doctor. I began explaining how this injury started, and he tilted his head down and started rubbing his forehead, as if he has no interest in what I had to say. He then told me, again, that this wasn't a workers comp injury. I told him that he had formed an opinion before even coming in the room, and that he hasn’t even examined me. He told me to move my thumb a few ways, while he was still standing across the room, and then told me, again, I needed to see my primary care doctor. I asked for his name, and he refused to give it to me, saying it would be on the paperwork. I asked what paperwork, since he didn’t examine me, there shouldn’t be any paperwork. At that point, I started to leave. He told me I had to stay in the room. I told him I didn't since I wasn't offered any care. He confronted me in the hallway asking if I was just going to leave. I told him I was, as he didn’t offer any care whatsoever, had formed his opinion before walking into the examination room, then telling me I needed to go see my primary care doctor. I told him that he didn't even offer me care, even if it wasn't a workers comp injury. He responded that there were witnesses to my leaving. Big deal.