Ratings for Dr. Sherry J. Lim
Dr. Lim performed my excisional breast biopsy, and she is very attentive, meticulous, and her bedside manner is great! The nurses that assisted at the Houston Methodist Hospital are phenomenal! Every single one of them were friendly and helpful.
Dr. Lim is nice & down-to-earth, but her nurse/staff are cranky, insensitive, & don't take the time to listen or care what your problem is. The staff act like you're bothering them. I thought her nurse was just having a bad day on my 1st visit, but after my post-op visits, I realized how downright rude they are! They talk down at you, roll their eyes, interrupt you when you're talking, & want to close the sliding window unit as soon as possible. You have to press the buzzer for them to open the window again, making you feel like you're interrupting them. I do not like the nurse or the set-up of the office, but Dr. Lim is cool & does good work. I hope I don't have to deal w/ them again!
At the first office visit I took my records and Dr. Lim said she would help me, I am a cancer patient and need more cancer removed. Then a few days later she called me and said for me to find another doctor! Cancer had been left in me at MD Anderson and she trained there and she wanted to stay on staff there but they said they didn't have a place for her there, so she has gone in private practice. She doesn't seem to know what she is doing! She wasted my time and disappointed me. Don't go to her, I don't think she has any concern for patients. She is very cold!
Dr Lim was good when I first met her; helpful wanting to get in and find out what the problem was and fix it. As time went on, she lost interest and started diverting to sending me off to places I did not need to go. How can a doctor be so sure of something on a first visit and then revert to the opposite end of the continuum when there is clearly a problem which she admitted to? She would be a good doctor/surgeon if she could just keep her head straight and not be all over the place.
Dr. Sherry J. Lim's Credentials
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- University Of Vermont College Of Medicine (Grad. 1998)
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