Ratings for Dr. Stanton C. Honig
All residents of Dr Honigs realizes the fact that he has dangerous hand tremors while performing surgery, along with the fact that he's getting too old to perform surgery in a safe way. Ask any resident this, and they will acknowledge it outside of his office. WHY they won't inform UCONN urology about this dangerous problem is beyond me! Patients of Dr. Honigs should at the very least be given the common courtesy of informing them about this. It could prevent them from making the terrible mistake of trusting a doctor who is no longer capable of practicing surgery SAFELY. If any patients of his is thinking of having surgery performed by him, please think again. It could endanger your well-being.
I would not recommend this physician due to the fact that he is in no way qualified to deal with a patient who is in dire need of immediate health care. His prompt response, which can be narrowed to within 20 min to 20 days, in regards to extreme pain. His practice of administering pain medication before surgery consists of Tylenol #3. And finally when in desperate need of emergency care his only question is "what would like me to do about it?". If this is how a medical professional is going to act I would rather suffer through whatever is ailing me then to ever go through the amount of pain I have endured for what was supposed to be a "simple" procedure.
Dr. Stanton C. Honig's Credentials
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- State University Of New York At Stony Brook, School Of Medicine (Grad. 1986)
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