'Are you dead, sir?'

'Are you dead, sir?'

'Are you dead, sir?'

An emergency room doctor in California has been suspended after she was reportedly caught on camera berating a man who was suffering from an anxiety attack and claiming he couldn't breathe.

Bardwell's father, Donald, told the San Jose Mercury News his son suffers anxiety attacks and takes the drug Klonopin.

Bardwell was rushed to the emergency room on June 11 after he suffered an apparent anxiety attack and passed out after a basketball workout at West Valley College in Saratoga, California.

Mr. Bardwell's father said he chose to record the interaction with ER physician Beth Keegstra, MD, after she reportedly entered his son's room with a security guard.

"She said, "I know why you people are here, you people who come here for drugs, ' and I said, 'What do you mean you people?'" Donald said".

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Samuel told ABC news' "Good Morning America" that he asked his father to videotape the confrontation after seeing Keegstra speaking to a security guard in the emergency room and eyeing him suspiciously.

"Bardwell, who is 7'1" tall, told NBC Bay Area he waited three hours to see a doctor, and, when Keegstra finally did show up, she was accompanied by a security guard. Are you dead, sir?' The doctor also referred to the patient and his father, who are African-American, as "you people".

Keegstra - who has over 20 years of experience in emergency medicine, according to her LinkedIn profile - didn't immediately respond to SFGate's request for comment. "Please know that we take this matter very seriously and the contracted physician involved has been removed from the work schedule, pending further investigation".

Pictured Dr Beth Keegstra, ER doctor administering help to anxiety attack patient, Samuel Bardwell. She allegedly started pulling on his arm to get him up. They also posted a message where they publicly apologized to the family and said the doctor showed an unprofessional attitude towards the patient.

The video was posted on Tuesday by Donald Bardwell.

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Dan Wood, chief executive officer at El Camino Hospital, told ABC News in a statement that Keegstra has been suspended from all facilities associated with the hospital. "You want us to wheel you to your house in a gurney?" she says, laughing.

"Here we go", Donald Bardwell says. "I need you to take out your phone now cause I have a feeling something is gonna happen".

"He was on medication for his anxiety but was off his [medication] for two days because he couldn't get to the pharmacy before it closed", Donald told Mercury News.

Dr. Keegstra, who was employed by Vituity and was under contract to the hospital, is no longer allowed to work at the El Camino hospital.

"He can't inhale!" said Keegstra. I'm just so confused of why somebody would treat me like that, Bardwell said.

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Samuel's father attempts to step in, telling Dr. Keegstra that his son's breathing is labored. "She was rambling on so angrily that's why I pulled out my phone".

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