Ratings for Dr. Conrad Heim
Very expensive. Wanted $500 3days before the operation,apart from the $500 he was claiming from the health fund .We were told it was because the operation took 3 hours.It was 1hour1/2 He took 3 goes to put the cannuala in and appeared rushed .We will not use him again
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Going on all the ratings here and what I have heard I would not go to this dr, putting my risk in his hands, and that is what ones does when you employ dr Conrad brim. My suggestion would be to look at the top 10 list in Brisbane and you not see dr Conrad heim on that list.
The $1500 epidural: Firstly I did not know this was a doctor. Secondly once the fee was paid, and the complaint made, I discovered this was actually a trainee in anaesthesia, not a fellow, ie an actual fully qualified anaesthetist. At no time did this doctor make it known to me that he was a doctor, the relative of the patient I was treating.
Unethical and overcharged. I have the hospital documentation of the length of the procedure and he charged over the hour for a standard uncomplicated caesarian while the documentation of the hospital was under an hour. This cost an extra $300. Use a timer to check the length of the procedure.
Superb doctor, very professional, gave a concise informed financial consent prior to the procedure, and on the day again, even though I had paid upfront. Went through all the possible complications (never done before), and the chance of these occurring. Very astute, and again, professional.
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