I missed your call.

I missed your call.

I missed your call. Sorry.

I missed your call. The phone was ringing, I know. My name is Mark Leeds, D.O., Osteopathic Physician, 954-776-6226.

The focus of my work is treatment of opioid dependence and addiction with medication assisted treatment. If you are calling about treatment for addiction, I hope that you will call back and speak to me or leave a message.

Starting treatment for opioid dependence and addiction is important and should be started as soon as possible. You don’t want to take drugs anymore. You don’t want to feel sick. Don’t risk your life for this anymore. Please call back. If you get the voicemail, just leave a short message

I try not to miss calls.

Wherever I go, I can hear the phone ringing. That is because I use a phone system that rings the office phone and my cell phone all at once. Sometimes, I cannot help missing a call. I could be driving. Another patient may have called me or I returned their call. I could be at the office seeing a patient. If it is late at night, I may be sleeping already.

You may get my voicemail sometimes.

I work in a micropractice. That means I don’t have a group of employees doing various jobs around my office. I don’t have people to answer my phone for me.  The good thing about that is that when you get a live person on the line, it will most likely be me, the doctor. The bad part is that if I cannot answer the phone, it will go to voicemail.

Don’t be afraid to leave a message.

The voicemail messages go to me, Dr. Leeds. There is no office staff reviewing messages and listening to you. You don’t have to worry about that. You can feel comfortable leaving me a voicemail. When you leave a voicemail, please leave a message with your name and phone number. So, if you don’t mind mentioning your reason for calling, that would be great. Thank you. Again, I am sorry I missed your call. If you need my number again, it is: 954-776-6226.