Ratings for Dr. Paul D. Morrison
Some people don't like Dr Morrison. He is different, this is true.In the 9 or so years he's been my Doctor, he has never failed to listen completely to what I had to say. He trys to use samples whenever possible to prevent his patients from having to pay for a drug they can't afford, or try something new that might not work. Behind those thick glasses of his is a very knowledgable man. If he doesn't think he can help you, he will send you to someone who can. He has never acted as tho he doesn't care about your wellbeing. At the end of each visit, he always says: "If you need us for anything, just call" Now to me that's a doctor who cares.
The author of the last review is confused. Dr. Morrison is an older man. He is generally disinterested in patients and is not a communicator. He used to hang out with a pothead who ran a service station downtown and has a greenhouse behind his home. You do the math.
Dr. Morrison, D.O. is a young (late 30's), quiet and highly educated physician with a background in research medicine. He has a "matter-of-fact" bedside manner with a dry sense of humor. From his clinic, which is directly across the road from the hospital's Emergency Room entrance, he has admitting privileges at Henryetta Medical Center. He also performs outpatient procedures in the hospital, only not as often as his partner, Dr. Flanary. Like most D.O.s, he is not very liberal in prescribing pain meds but he would not let a patient in acute pain suffer needlessly. He's a "family man" physician and works with all age patients. He is not overly talkative but he is a good listener. He usually chooses the lowest dose of any therapy to help a patient become well. He enjoys collecting antiques and drives a classic, restored 1965 Ford Mustang convertible.
Dr. Paul D. Morrison's Credentials
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- Oklahoma College Of Osteopathic Medicine And Surgery (Grad. 1990)
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