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Dr. Robin C. Woollam's Ratings
I have worked for Dr. Woollam and, as a female, never once felt threatened by him. He is the sweetest, most caring, humble man you could meet. I don't know about the accusation against him, and can only judge him from what I've seen. I've never received an unkind word from him, and even during harder times he acted admirably and kept his head held high. I have been treated by him, and by most of the other doctors in that office. Dr. Woollam treated my mother, too, and she says he was the best she's seen. He knows when to joke around and when to be a serious doctor. He cares and understands each of his patients, and always makes them feel welcome. As a doctor, I've only heard good things (with the one exception). As a person, he's even better. I hope he knows how many of his patients continue to tell me they want him back. He has the best online doctor ratings I've seen. Unlike many of the others who use the books, he uses his head.
Submitted April 9, 2012 | flag
I have written to the CPSO and so far no response (it has been several weeks). I am stuck. I do not want a new doctor. I want Dr. Woollam, the best doctor I have ever had and I tried a lot of them before I found Dr. Woollam. What can we do?
Submitted Sept. 4, 2011 | flag
I encourage every female patient to email CSPD "[email protected]" their concerms and to rate Robin. Like the others, I am a long time patient for over 30 years and do not wish to see anyone else. I would like to know how long I will be discriminated against & denied access to my family doctor. I believe that this is a free country and that it is the patient who should decide if they wish to continue seeing Dr Woollam after being notified not CPSD! I understand that a complaint has been logged and I have been notified by letter by Dr Woollam. I am willing to sign a waiver stating that I understand this situation and wish to continue seeing Dr. Woollam. I can't understand why the CPSO has dragged its heels to put this complaint to rest and allow this great family doctor to resume his female practice.
Submitted July 27, 2011 | flag
Dr. Woolam had been my doctor for 35 years when I was told he could no longer treat women. Even though I have moved out of his area I did not look for a more convenient doctor. I very much look forward to the time his full priviledges are reinstated and he can be my doc again. He is great.
Submitted July 13, 2011 | flag
My family have been patients of Dr. Woollam for over 30 years. I am shocked to learn that someone has lodged a complaint against him. To think that I have to now find a new doctor to look after me (at my age) but my husband can still him, is ludicrous. I believe that I have the right to still see him. He has always treated me with the upmost respect and dignity. All thou I only see him once a year for a physical and he knows how nervous I get, he has always taken the time to calm me down. Let's all of us rally together and get this restiction taken off his license. This is a big disservice to all his women patients. I look forward to the day that I can once again shake his hand and say THANK YOU!!!!!!
Submitted May 18, 2011 | flag
My Husband and I have been patients of Dr. Woollam since he started his practice about 33yrs. ago. Our son age 31 has been visiting since he was born and our daughter was brought into this world by Dr. Woollam. Our Daughter, husband and 2yr. old daughter have since joined Dr. Woollam. We as a family are totally shocked to learn that there could be a complaint lodged against our wonderful Family Physician. Dr. Woollam has always conducted himself in a professional manner. He has wonderful bedside manner and is a very caring individual. As a family we have the greatest confidence with the decisions he has made concerning our good health. We sincerely hope that we can depend on his valued expertise for many more years to come. Sharron and Jim Kerr.
Submitted May 7, 2011 | flag
Dr. Woollam is an excellent family physician and anyone is free to contact the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario at 416-967-2603 or email to [email protected] The website is www.cpso.on.ca Someone responds quickly and I was given a name and address of the registrar who accepts letters of support/commendation. It isn't fair that 1/2 the family can be seen by him and 1/2 can't because of gender--takes out the meaning of 'family' physician.
Submitted April 16, 2011 | flag
I agree with the other ladies, I cannot imagine having another Dr. or that Dr. Woollam would be inappropriate with any of his patients. He is compassionate, patient, knowledgeable, just an amazing Dr. The *College* should not have the right to say that we can't see the Dr. we want and have had most of our lives. There has to be something we can do as a collective group to send a message to the *college*, maybe a signed petition of some kind. I'ld be willing to be on board also. To do this to a Dr. of this caliber is sad and distubing.
Submitted April 15, 2011 | flag
Dr. Robin Woollam has been my GP for over 35 years and I am devasted at having to go to a new physician at this time in my life. I recently joked with Rob that I would have to die before he could retire. If I had only known!! Any accusation of wrong-doing on the part of Dr. Woollam is not only ludicrous, it's impossible. The man wouldn't know how. He is compassionate, giving and very knowledgeable. Better than all of the specialists I've had to see over the years combined. Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons take note: This is a doctor you should be holding up as an example to others. I feel sorry for the women in his practice who will no longer be able to benefit from his knowledge and experience. Judging by the other comments here, I would say that someone, somewhere has made a grievous error and I for one would do anything to be able to continue see Rob.
Submitted April 12, 2011 | flag
I agree completely with the previous post. I would love to find a way to be able to get my doctor back as would my 2 adult daughters who have been Dr. W.'s patients their entire lives. I wrote to the college of physicians and stated that what would be in my best interest would be to have my wonderful doctor of over 35 years be able to continue to care for my family.
Submitted April 9, 2011 | flag
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