Took my daughter in after she fell and had a breath holding spell which caused her to pass out. It was the first time this happened to us so we panicked and took her in. The nurse who attended us (I don’t remember her name) was actually super sweet and considerate but once the doctor came in, his care was a joke. He was very awkward in conversation and all he did was listen to her heart, touched her head, made her walk and then said we were going to do a CT. My daughter got a bruise on her cheek from the fall and he thought we needed a CT. My husband began to question the need for a CT so when we asked the doctor If she really needed it, he said “well we don’t recommend CT’s for infants because of the radiation but we will do it to make sure she is okay.” We declined the CT considering the fact that she was acting completely normal and the bruise was on her cheek. She did not fall from a high area, she just tripped and hit her cheek. I felt like the fact that the doctor didn’t even give us any of the risk factors associated with CT’s until we began to ask questions just shows that he wasn’t really interested in helping us make the best decision for our daughter. Doctors like that are what make people not trust the care of doctors sometimes. It’s very disappointing. To the amazing nurse that checked my daughters heart rate and spoke to her so sweetly, I wish she would apply elsewhere because she deserves to use her skills in a place that reflects her character. She even told us that if we got concerned for her health in the future and it wasn’t an absolute emergency, to take her to a hospital that specializes in child care where she could get the best treatment. I really appreciate her for that, but I wish the doctor that attended us showed the same care for our daughter.