Ratings for Dr. Paul Cozzi
I went with my father to see Dr Cozzi. Although he seems to know what he's doing he has a horrible bedside manner. Totally agreed with other comments here - feels like you're being processed through a factory. My advice would be to seek another doctor.
Honestly Dr. Cozzi I will called him like that but i believe He has to earn that to be called DOCTOR, and also He needs urgent MBA or whatever higher degree in manners, sensibility and many more, if some one can pass a message to him i will recommended to him a movie Dr. Moscati "Doctor of the poor" and advice something for his knowledge that He needs urgent.
I would recommend Dr Cozzi to everybody who had the misfortune to contract prostate cancer. As soon as the biopsy was confirmed (Gleeson 8) he made the necessary arrangements for the radical prostotectomy in 2012 which was successful as I am now clear of cancer. When I go to see him once a year he is very helpful and chatty. This is not a social occasion just business as it should be. Absolutely first class.
I would recommend Dr Cozzi every time. I had Prostrate Cancer and as soon as I was confirmed as having the cancer, biopsy, he quickly organised the pre surgery physiotherapy and operation. I had the robotic surgery and was up on my feet the next day. Dr Cozzi explained everything well and I knew what was happening throughout and post surgery.
I would not recommend this guy at all. My Doctor recommended him as the go to guy for prostate problems. He seemed disinterested, had a habit of flicking pamphlets at you whilst he was talking. I had a cystoscopy and his lack of empathy in explaining the results, especially directly after the op then later with biopsy results over the phone was extraordinarily poor. I had to eventually see him in person and even then he was peddling another procedure. I eventually seeked out another urologist who was more than surprised at the procedure (Urolift) that was suggested as it would have made my condition worse. Avoid this guy.
He is knowledgable no doubt, but he absolutely lacks any bedside manner. I felt he is a business man first and a practitioner second. He is seems to be a master of upsell handing out brochures and encouraging you to consider procedures, which may be helpful but he is not willing to spend the time to explain them to you as he can't wait to see his next revenue generating patient. He even has his own business brand and logo, when you walk into his clinic in Hurstville you may think you are visting an advertising exec.
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