Ratings for Dr. Sadri
He saved my life many times when other doctors did not do their jobs. He looked after whole neighbourhoods of neglected patients. People get mad at him if he doesn't do illegal things for them. The hospital uses him to do their dirty work since he is an immigrant without so called hospital privileges. Many people will suffer now that he recently retired. If all these people don't like him why was their a steady stream of newcomers to Winnipeg from other places in Canada and the world.
This pathetic excuse for a "doctor" is a disgrace to the noble profession of medicine and should not be allowed to practice. I am surprised he even graduated from medical school (I am sure he barely passed). He does not even know what a migraine is. He tried to lecture me (little did he know I have a PhD) on what a migraine is and why I don't have it (which was completely incorrect), then went on rudely and arrogantly ranted about all the different types of head-aches that he knows absolutely nothing about. His English is also remarkably weak and his bed-side manners are non-existent. Does not understand science, does not understand medicine, does not understand people. Walked in late, knew absolutely nothing about what he was talking about, was extremely unhelpful, rude, and egotistic. Stay away at all costs. Send a letter to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba requesting sensitivity training and/or re-certification. Pathetic.
If you want compassion/bedside manner - go to a social worker or a priest. He has been gruff with me, yelled at me, and most of all helped me. Prevented me from losing a finger and was all over me about what I did wrong!!! Gave me the chance to control my HB & Cholesterol which I failed miserably. BP & Chol. are both under control thanks to this staright in your face Doctor.
Went in to see this doctor just to get a doctors note. I faked that I had laryngitis (you know, no voice, etc etc) when I was perfectly fine. He did the usual looking in the throat, ears etc, listened to my chest and said, yup you have an ear infection and a throat infection and prescribed amoxicilin. What kind of doctor can say that you really have these things when you are FAKING!!!!! If it's doctors notes you need, it's the best clinic in town. only 5 bucks for the note...as for his care, not so good.
I became a regular patient of Dr. Sadri after a walk-in visit following a move to Winnipeg. The quality of care I recieved during my first visit, both from Dr. Sadri and his staff was very impressive. It was from this experience that I decided and was welcomed to become a regular patient. I have always found his care to be efficient, knowledgeable, effective, and thorough. In regards to some posts concerning the amount of perscriptions patients at Vista Medical recieve, I have never run into this issue. At any time when I have been given a perscription from Dr. Sadri I have felt it was important to the restoration of health. I have found Dr. Sadri's bedside manner to be routinely consistent, in the sense I have never felt marginalized. The wait times do tend to be a little long, even with an appointment, however I for one, might be a little concerned if I went to a walk-in clinic and I was the only patient! I would like to express my sincere thanks to Dr. Sadri and his staff.
This doctor was the worst I have ever encountered. Very outdated and uncomfortable waiting area and very unfriendly receptionists. Normally I couldn't care less about this but the waiting period seemed excessive. I also had to wait a long time past my scheduled appointment only to be treated like trash. He has absolutely no bed side manner and didn't care what I had to say about my illnesses. I went in with 2 concerns and he asked me which one was more important and didn't even address the "not so important" issue. The initial visit was regarding a lump that I had found which was previously not there. On the follow up visit, he said that the lump was no longer there and that the antibiotics he prescribed the previous visit had done the job. Even though he said it wasn't there anymore, I could still feel it and he had me go in for a Ct scan and blood test. He never did tell me the results of the scan.
this dr is extremely rude and unprofessional. he makes you feel unwelcome and doesn't even listen. i went to see him in hopes he could refill a prescription for me that i had from my family dr. dr. sadri was constantly interrupting me as i tried to tell him about my condition and even had the nerve to tell me that i didn't actually have the symptoms i was describing. he went on to say i was wrong, i couldn't possibly feel this way and so on. he refused to give me the prescription. i then asked him if he could suggest anything else to help me and he said he could only suggest an over the counter medication. i told him that i could not take this medication as it doesn't help and i've had problems with it in the past. he ignored me, walked away, got some samples of that exact medication, threw it in my hands and said 'GOODBYE!' and slammed his door shut before i could even leave the room. complete jerk. shouldn't even be allowed to practice.
Went as walk-in patient for wax-clogged ear. I could not hear out of it at all. He cleared it no problem. Went back a year later for same problem. After flushing for a bit(but not clearing the ear),he stops and says "I can't continue". I assume it is because he might cause further damage but he says "No I am out of time. Go buy polysporin ear drops". I did that. No change. Went to Dr. Smith at Dakota Walkin and he fixed problem by flushing it harder. I have to give Sadri credit for phoning me at home that night for what I am assuming was to check on how I was. Too bad I never phoned back to see if that was the case. Dr. Monteiro at this clinic is no better and the waiting and examining rooms are cramped and outdated. If you are in St. Vital and need walk-in, do your health a favour and go to Dakota Walkin or Linden Ridge Walkin at Kenaston/Scurfield. Dr. Mare at Linden Ridge is really good.
Dr. Sadri has been great to my family. It started when we were not even living in Winnipeg. My kid brother had a gash on his scalp glued closed in emergency in Brandon where we were living. My kid brother, who is terrified of all medical procedures, tore open this gash on a trip from Brandon to Winnipeg to visit family. Well there was a lot of blood, and I was not sure who would faint first, my father or brother. Dr. Sadri was at the first clinic we saw on our way into Winnipeg. The man must have some talent, as he managed to get my brother to sit still long enough for stiches which should have been done in emergency. My brother, a few years later, also needed surgery requiring a skin graft to remove a benign tumor. Even though the surgery was nearly a year later and done by a referred surgeon, Dr. Sadri phoned our house only hours after my brother came home from the hospital to find out how he was feeling.
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