b. In some cases a person's exact words may be treated as either a
direct or an indirect quotation, depending on the kind of emphasis
The chairman himself said, “The staff should be told at once that the
rumors about a new building have no foundation." [The use of quotation
marks emphasizes that these are the chairman's exact words.]
The chairman himself said the staff should be told at once that the
rumors about a new building have no foundation. [Without quotation
marks, the emphasis falls on the message itself. The fact that the
chairman used these exact words is not important]
—Gregg Reference Manual. Tenth Edition. 65.
Also, use and instead of the comma for parallel structure: "...for your doctor and not (for) your drug dealer"
Like I said, this is a problem for your doctor and not your drug dealer.