This case involves a male patient who presented to a walk-in clinic complaining of respiratory symptoms that were diagnosed as bronchitis. He was given azithromycin as well as cough syrup and sent home without instructions for additional follow up. Less than two days later, the patient was found unconscious by his girlfriend and was immediately rushed to the hospital. The patient was diagnosed with bilateral pneumonia, as well as swine flu, and was admitted to the hospital. While in the hospital, the patient was given vasopressors in order to maintain his blood pressure, which caused his feet to become ischemic and, eventually, necessitated a double amputation. It was claimed that the initial work-up at the walk-in clinic should have been more comprehensive, including the administration of a chest x-ray.