Ratings for Dr. Sebouh Matossian
Wish I could give 0 stars. Same treatment for years,no changes. Rude staff,blamed me for cancellations and appointment changes. Smug receptionist. I do not recommend him, he delivers nothing
I have been a patient for about 3 years now. I have always found Dr. Matossian to be extremely professional, very kind, and patient. He always gives me good advice and yes that included losing weight, but I am fat so I wasn't offended. He was right I lost weight and I was in much better shape. He wasn't rude he was giving medical advice. I was quite shocked to read some of these reviews as I have nothing but respect for Dr. Matossian. Excellent Doctor and a nice guy.
Reliable and gets all the tests required efficiently. The Canadian systems have not deterred Matossian to getting the appropriate specialist and tests as required. I only hope that all his colleagues will be as concerned and follow through with the assistance we all need!
I was referred here from GP with EMERGENCY and LIFE THREATENING Problems. They took 2 weeks so far and when I called to complain the girl hung up on me. No I am possibly going to die waiting and have to go back to doctor for another referral as seems Dr. Sebouh Matossian is disinterested in actually behaving as he should.
Condescending and unprofessional. After agreeing to look over my records through out a very serious diagnosis of enchaphalopathy, but dragged his heels to refer me , which if he had been correct would have caused me brain damage and death. When I managed to get a referral at UBC and the needed testing to test his diagnosis he re-diagnosed me with a mood disorder and chastized me for filing a complaint to the College against my former negligent GP, who was , in fact censured by the Board. His ego is enormous, and he had no concern for my well being.
I was referred to Dr. Matossian to discuss fatty liver. I am an overweight woman but am educated and like to think I am friendly and pleasant. I walked out of my first appointment with this doctor and sat in my car and bawled. He made numerous comments about my weight, such as "the thing about overweight people is that you just don't know when to stop eating. It's that simple." I felt like a disgusting object rather than a person, and I'm usually someone with healthy body image and confidence. He told me that a lot of his clients are Asian and they "just have no idea how to be healthy." He also told me that I had "done so much damage" to my body that there was no point re-checking in a year because it would probably not show any improvement. When embarking on a journey to health, the last thing a patient needs to hear is discouragement. This man has obviously never bothered to find out what overeating/obesity is all about, and hasn't even mastered bedside manners. He foisted a water pill prescription upon me even though I explained to him that I have whitecoat hypertension. He said, "you don't seem like an anxious person." (In fact I've been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder that I have kept very well controlled with medication and lifestyle changes). My GP referred me to a 24hr blood pressure test which came out perfectly fine so we sent the results to him and when I followed-up with him he said, "did the cuff even stay on you? I can't imagine that was easy for them to do." Talk about mortifying. I will not be returning, and have advised my GP about how I was treated (she shared that this is not the first time she's heard something like this about Dr. Matossian so I suspect he has an issue with weight rather than just me!)
So HAPPY with my referral to Dr M. After 6 years of debilitating pain, multitudes of "opinions" and absolutely no answers, after one visit I got my diagnosis of Lupus, put on a medication to try, pain free now for 2 1/2 months. The very quick time to get in for an appointment as well as his knowledge and caring bedside manner is almost as great as being pain free! If I could give 6 stars I would!
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