Rate Dr. Margaret Haddad
Dr. Margaret Haddad's Ratings
I have so much to say but so little space. she has been my doctor since inception! Long story short i had a serious back injury 4 years ago she forced me back to work! I'm still having back problems she said if i had serious back problems i would be in a wheelchair. she then asked if i know what Pilates is? and i should start doing them. I need to seek medical help from a specialist and i am being denied that opportunity because i cant get a referral from her. i had 3 serious problems to discuss she also discounted that i wanted to see a dermatologist because my acne that i have had for 8years is turning cystic. She said i need to start eating better if i want my acne to clear up. I'm 23 6'3" and 220lbs i'm pretty average size for my body type. She didn't check my temperature or even my blood pressure. she was more concerned with knowing if i had insurance coverage from my work as i was also there to see her about stomach ailments. Time for a new doctor..........one that cares perhaps?
Alright so Dr Haddad isnt the friendlest individual on the planet--largely because she wont put up with your sh*t--but she is a strong, intelligent woman and her diagnosis has always been spot on. Are you there to see somebody who will be your buddy or somebody who will fix your problem? She's a good dr.
I had the unfortunate experience of seeing Dr. Haddad recently (March 2013) at the Albany Medical Clinic. When Dr. Haddad entered the room, I said "hello". Her response? Silence. That certainly set the tone for the rest of the appointment. Ms. Haddad (does not deserve the title Doctor) was rude, cold, unkind, and uncaring. What kind of medical professional doesn't say hello to a patient when they enter the room? Bedside manner aside, Ms. Haddad's medical advice was lazy and lacking. Could never recommend this "doctor" to anyone. Have considered never returning to Albany unless they confirm that she will not be treating me. What a terrible person.
I've been a patient of Dr Haddad's for approx 15 yrs. I have referred my sister, husband, son, friends to her which is a sign of my regard for her as a doctor. Dr Haddad is thorough, she cares, she doesn't make us wait, things don't fall through the cracks, she tells me frankly I need to take better care of myself and refers me to nutritionist etc to help in that process, several times she's taken me the same day which is amazing when you are ill. Dr Haddad is honest, I want my doctor to be honest. I also want my doctor to be direct and thorough, she is both. I also think of her as a friend now, send her cards etc which might be considered weird but again it is a sign of the respect I have for her not only as a doctor but as a person. Anyone who takes care of my family and friends as I believe she does deserves this positive attention. Oh, and take care of yourself Dr H! Keep up the good work! Karen
Some people here have to understand that doctors are also people and have bad days. She's been my family doctor for years and I've never had a problem. She's entitled to having bad days like the rest of us. When she's not in a great mood, I often take the time to ask her if she's OK rather than leave and complain about her behind her back. Compassion is a two-way street, not to mention that doctors in Toronto are stretched to the limit and it can affect their mood. I find her to be a great doctor, very efficient and definitely no nonsense! If people took the time to know her, they'd see a woman who is actually very caring. Good job, Dr. Haddad, keep up the good work.
This is the worst example of what a doctor should be. RUDE, beyond cold and uncaring. Treated me like lepers were treated in the 1600s. I can only wish that when she gets sick someone treats her in the same uncaring, snobby brutal way I was treated. She should give up medicine for the sake of humanity.BRUTAL DOCTOR DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR AND DO NOT SEE THIS DOCTOR.
I've been to many doctors as I've moved around a lot. Haddad is the only one who was able to diagnose me properly. She is very thorough. She's always been great with me but maybe it's because I've always had a smile and a warm greeting for her.
Just came back from seeing this doctor - out of sheer desperation - walk in clinic. She looked at me blankly when I asked some basic questions - she didn't tell me what I may or may not have; just said to "take the meds". When filling in the prescription, the pharmacist mentioned that EVERYONE complains about her, so why, oh why, would ANYONE employ her as a walk-in-clinic doctor who obviously no one can stand. I had to get my diagnosis from the pharmacist, and not this doctor. I think the Albany Clinic should consider removing her from dealing with walk-in's at their clinic & just allow her to have her own space in the clinic where she deals with her regular customers. She ruined my day; and I feel totally deflated after seeing her. I thought perhaps she was deaf when I asked her a few questions, but realized very quickly that she was ignoring me. I hope she reads this because this needs to be dealt with - if you don't want to be a doctor, please leave this profession already.
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