Okay, here's what we usually recommend when looking for a lupus-aware doctor.
. Use the site to find your local (or closest) lupus chapter. Mos chapters have their own webpages. Goto that webpage, and look until you find the "Advisory Board" -- these are usually local doctors who are interested in lupus -- enough so that they donate time to the lupus.org chapter.
Once you find a dr list, see which one will take your insurance and go from there.
Alternatively, use the chapter website to find when the local support group meets. Then after the meeting stick around and chat and ask about
personal dr referrals.
I hope this current dr has some redeeming value -- from what you've posted I would say - RUN AWAY, RUN FAR, RUN FAST!
Lynnwood, Lupus & Sjogren's Moderator
"Life is far too important to be taken seriously" - Oscar Wilde