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Dr. Simon Warner's Ratings
My son and husband have seen Dr. Warner for years. Fabulous doctor, always spends time and has great attention to detail. When my son was young, he would get a mysterious swelling around his eye socket, and Dr. Warner bent over backwards with referrals to other specialists and same-day visits to get the issue resolved. I will always remember how well he handled the situation, and how dedicated he was to my son's care.
Simon has been my eye doctor for over twenty years. I adore him, he is knowledgable, professional, explains everything well. I feel I am in good hands. Last year the eye clinic asked me who my physician was. I replied that it was doctor Warner and the response was, "oh a good one." I am a former registered nurse
Front staff is definitely not easy to deal with. For a standard vision check-up, I waited 1 3/4 hours in various examination rooms while Dr Warner dealt with other patients. But the best part is when he wouldn't give me a contact lens prescription because I didn't purchase lenses from his office - no joke! I'll be changing my eye doctor.
Dr. Warner is a great and caring physician. The receptionist is absolutely horrid; rude and difficult to understand on the phone. I assume since Dr. Warner is such an excellent physician that having an awful front desk will not affect his practice. I am sure getting rid of that awful receptionist will make visits a lot more pleasant.
staff was efficient and pleasant; could communicate a little more effectively. Dr. Warner was friendly, attentive, did a comprehensive examination,explained the medical situation to me thoroughly and clearly, was open to questions and was very supportive. A really nice guy!
My entire family has seen Dr. Warner for many years, and in some cases, his father before him, for office checkups (aggregated problems have included glaucoma, prosthetic eye, cataracts, and vision needing prescription glasses). No complaints at all. He is friendly, gentle, kind, thorough, thoughtful, and professional. He takes the time to explain conditions, including the difference between physiological eye problems and neurological or other problems that can affect the eyes, such as optical migraines. He recommended drugstore reading glasses for my mild short-sightedness, rather than renewing the expensive lenses prescribed by a previous ophthalmologist (not his father), saving me hundreds of dollars. The staff could be friendlier, though, and more mindful of the fact that they are representing the doctor and his practice. Bonus: the view from his office is stunning!
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