In the typical scenario described by the agent, the customer had to return to the clinic to pick up a prescription that was filled by an out-of-of state pharmacy.
“The patient is then given a sales pitch from staff ... about different products offered within the clinic to help with the disorder, often at prices well beyond retail,” the agent wrote.
Doctor not involved
“Former employees have advised that at no time is the doctor or physician assistant involved in the treatment plan at the clinic.”
The agent reported that customers frequently returned to the clinic because the initial medication failed, and they then were offered what was called “re-doses” — a mixture of four drugs.
“Former employees have described the process of simply taking a syringe and withdrawing the desired amount from each bottle on the shelf.
No exact measurements are taken. Instead, the measurements are based on estimations,” the agent wrote.