Ratings for Dr. Marc Webster
I feel so fortunate to have Dr. Webster as my Oncologist. He is truly exceptional. He is caring and compassionate and really listens. He is open minded and supports your decisions. Though you have to wait sometimes, it is because he takes the time with his patients. Highly, highly recommend him to anyone going through cancer. Nancy, his nurse, is also wonderful.
My mom has been under the care of Dr Webster for about 13 years now, and we can't say anything but amazing things about him! He has never been anything but incredible and supportive for her and the whole family. He always makes us feel like she's his #1 patient (maybe she is). We love it when he sees her, they have SUCH a good relationship, and he makes her feel so safe. We are so confident that she is getting the best possible care under Dr Webster!
Dr. Webster is the best ! He was so understanding,kind and knowledgeable. An amazing doctor. Not only was caring, at the moment , but also left and open door for any problems which may arise. I feel very fortunate to have him as my oncologist.
Absolutely the highlight of my cancer journey. I came to him after recovering from my surgery for my stage three breast cancer. He was so nice and easy to talk to. He explained everything I was to go through and how it would likely affect me etc. He was reassuring and very funny. He made me laugh every time we met over the following 5 years. My time with him was one thing I always looked forward to. I have been in remission for almost 10 years now and feel great. Yes, the chemo affected me in so many ways but I am a live. I know I can call him today if I feel anything has changed. He is a willing partner in my journey and fondly remembered always. Nancy was also so very fun. They both are family now.
Dr. Webster is the best! He took remarkable care of my Mum and was always pleasant and welcoming - treated her like family. He provided support and reassurance to us as well. Cannot speak highly enough of him and his nurse, Nancy. We should all be so lucky as to have him as our doctor.
My dad was having pains in his back, shoulders and chest after finding a metastasis in his lungs a few months before. He was also very short of breath. We told Dr. Webster and he listened to the lung and said it sounded normal and the pain is probably due to the chemotherapy. A week later we ended up calling the ambulance because my dad felt too weak and in pain and turns out my dad had 4L of fluid in his lungs. Disappointed that Dr. Webster did not catch that.
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