Ratings for Dr. M Lipman
Le Dr Lipman, chef du service de néphrologie à l'hôpital général juif est sans doute un médecin qui connaît sa science... mais pour ce qui est du côté humain c'est un triste zéro... nous ressentons peu le point de vue humain chez lui... nous sommes des individus qu'il faut garder en vie mais on le dérange quand on pose des questions et il ne fait que passer au lieu de venir voir ses patients et ne serait-ce que dire bonjour.... c'est vrai que c'est difficile de dire bonjour au risque de se faire poser des questions par le patient qui n'a pas besoin de renseignements ou de mise à jour de son dossier. Merci dr Lipman, vous êtes peut-être un dieu mais dans ce cas je n'aimerais pas vous rencontrer au paradis.
Dr Lipman has been very generous both of his time & knowledge with regards to the excellent care my Mom has been getting. Although the my mom's state of health has been precarious Dr Lipman has graciously given of his time and gone over and above when caring for my Mom. He is truly one in a million!
Dr Lipman has been most considerate; helpful and knowledgeable. He not only is empathetic but has an open ear regarding all our concerns and questions, and takes the time to explain the various test results and the steps to take. He listens attentively to all our concerns and takes the extra step to follow up. Dr Lipman is without doubt a professional with a heart, and is surrounded by staff who are just as qualified and attentive. Highly appreciate the care his office provides!
An excellent doctor. Very knowledgeable and experienced. He goes beyond the niceties and superficialities and tells it like it is. I guess some people don't always want to hear it and too many doctors try to avoid discussing difficult situations with their patients or their families. If you want to keep your head buried in the sand then don't go to him. If you want good care then you couldn't find a more dedicated, bright, and compassionate physician. He will go the extra mile and beyond for his patients.
Dr. Lipman may be a doctor and he may have knowledge, but he is rude, insensitive, and definitely NOT compassionate. He told us that there was nothing to do about our situation, when there very well was something to do, he just did not want to be bothered. We had to fight to get his help. Being a doctor is not everything. You have to have compassion, and people skills. We are not in the hospital for fun, and saying that theres nothing to do for our family member and to just let him die is wrong, inhumane and inconsiderate! Its good we didnt listen to him, because if we had, our family member would have passed away, may beyond his time!
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