Ratings for Dr. Nicholas Graham
I am a regular patient of Dr. Graham after being assigned him when another Dr retired. I will echo what others have said; "This guy gives you a minute of his time, answers one question by printing generic information off the internet, then rushes out the door telling you to "have a good one". What a quack." I take an injection for a lifelong medical condition which requires semi-regular blood testing to make sure I am within the limits to not damage my internal organs. I did the blood tests and booked back in to see him after hearing nothing back. I went in and he asked me all sorts of unrelated questions, not addressing the test I was there to get the results of. When I finally asked, He was unable to interpret the tests--said they were "oh, fine" but when I asked more questions it was not, and I was in danger of organ damage. If I hadn't been able to interpret the test properly myself after forcing him to show it to me, I would be in big trouble. Every time, he has retreated to his back office to print off information from the internet and then recited it to me. I have google too, thanks. Don't bother. I've had better and more knowledgeable care from random docs at walk-ins.
It’s really unfortunate but Dr Graham has back to back cancelled my appointments twice without any warning. It’s really annoying making my way to his clinic to realize he’s not working that day. I understand that cancelling clinics sometimes is avoidable. But back to back is a little too much
Dr. Graham is by far the best family Doctor I have had. He is both knowledgeable and empathetic and really takes the time to listen and understand. As a medical professional in the mental health field, I really appreciate his bed side manner and non-judgemental approach. I am saddened to read the previous reviews on him as I don’t feel they are an accurate representation of Dr. Graham. I have never felt that Dr. Graham rushed me through an appointment or does not provide adequate medical care. I wish he was still accepting new patients as I believe many individuals could benefit from his expertise!
This is the worst doctor i have ever known. I would not bother seeing this doctor. I tsld him about my problem and he did not do anything and no its realy bad and it may not beable to make a full recovery. I had to see another doctor and that doctor found out what is was and started treatment right away. Do not see this doctor to stupid to see whats right in front of his eyes
Very bad doctor. I would not see this doctor i ask him for antibiotic cream and he rights me a prescription for the most expensive kind 230 dollars. He did this on purpose because he figured i didnt need it. He knew i would not pay that much money for cream. He is not a good doctor.
Dr graham is the worst doctor I have ever talk to I have known dr graham about three years. I would not bother see this doctor he is not a smart doctor does not help in anyway. I have never met suck a bad doctor. In his care I have went from health to bad health and just to get a simple ifection delt with he didn't know even how to read the signs of a ifection it got so bad after I was in the hospital. Do not go see this doctor.
I have been going to Dr Graham for some time, if you count the fact that he changes his schedule continuously and the staff at the front desk routinely schedule you for days he is not present so you see other doctors. I have similiar feedback that other patients have mentioned, where the discussion turns to the fact that my coditions are due to behavior, rather than medical history or disease. My last visit however brought me to tears outside the clinic - I left feeling like I was an awful person and it is my fault i have these medical conditions. I really want my health to improve, but it is clear after the previous visit that he is not a doctor who can form a partnership with the patient to improve health outcomes.
Dr Graham is my family physician. I was in a distress and although he was fully booked for that day, he found the time to address my issues. Was full of understanding and helped me with appropriate advice. He is getting more and more better. I am glad that he is my family doctor. Did not rush me through visit, Listened carefully all my concerns and I felt like he was fully there as a physician and as a human willing to help and understand.
I am a regular patient at the walk-in clinic where I saw Dr. Graham recently for the first time. After a lengthy (2 hour) wait, he came in to see me about a routine matter for which I have visited the clinic regularly, and for which I have been getting the same treatment for more than a decade. Rather than acknowledge that this was a simple and routine visit, he proceeded to SHAME me. He rudely suggested that my medical condition is a result of my own behavior, and, without even bothering to check on my medical history, told me that I should, "Just deal with it," or that I might be better off to, "find a dealer to fill my prescription." Needless to say, I was utterly floored by his 1- lack of compassion, 2- lack of bedside manner (or any manner really), 3- lack of knowledge, and 4- unwillingness to do even the slightest research on me or my case history. This is one doctor to stay away from at all costs.
I saw Dr. Graham at the walk-in clinic for treatment for a bladder infection. While taking my history and recording the symptoms of my bladder infection he raised his concerns that it could be an STI. I had an appointment for my yearly pap-test the next week anyways, so I agreed to just do it then to rule out any issues and avoid another appointment. I have a long history of Vaginismus and I explained this to Dr. Graham while providing my history. During the collection of my sexual history I found his comments and tone of voice judgmental. I'll give it to Dr. Graham that he was incredibly thorough during the exam, however his bedside manner and lack of knowledge of how to handle sensitive topics was appalling. He bluntly stated that I had genital warts and then carried on with the exam without any explanation or compassion. he then did the internal exam, which was painful, due to my Vaginismus. I began crying, in response to my fear about apparently having genital warts and the doctor being so non-compassionate about it. Dr. Graham stopped and told me he couldn't continue if I was going to cry. Again, such a harsh and non-empathetic response. He seems completely unknowledgeable about how to discuss sexual health with women, and how to handle sexual trauma and Vaginismus. In the end, her re-examined my "genital warts" and decided that they weren't! Finally he clarified that if they're cause by HPV, something super common for women and cure themselves over time - but only after I'd been left with nothing to work myself up about how terrible this was. When I tried to ask more questions he refused and told me to look it up on the internet from a page he printed. I've never had such a judgmental and hurtful experience with a GP. He needs some serious training on how to work with women and sexual health, or refer to someone more competent.
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- Coventry Health Care