Ratings for Dr. Michael P. Regan
Worst bedside manner imaginable. I wouldnt let him operate on a stuffed animal.
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Submitted April 28, 2016
Seemed completely unable to understand why I was there, even though I had been referred by an Internist (based on tests which revealed a gall bladder that needed to be removed)in his practice. It took numerous promptings for him to get the records I had sent to his office and look them over. No attempts were made to talk to my Internist or her nursing staff, even though they are literally down the hall in the same office. He suggested I go home, take Aleve and use a heating pad, despite my urgings that I was significantly past being able to find relief with those methods. Two days later I was admitted to the hospital where surgeons removed my infected gall bladder, appendix (invaded and surrounded by endometriosis, hence the intense pain) and called in a gynecological surgeon to cauterize other endometriosis that was found.
Dr. Regan explained everything he was going to do in detail. The nurses who work with him all respect him immensely, to the point where more than one said they would want him as their surgeon. He will push you after surgery to get moving again, which speeds the healing process. I highly recommend both his bedside manner and, after seeing my wife recover incredibly quickly from two different surgeries, his surgical skills as well.
Dr. Michael P. Regan's Credentials
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- State University Of New York At Buffalo School Of Medicine (Grad. 1979)
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