Ratings for Dr. Saul Isserow
My mother has been seeing Dr Isserow for over 10 years. He follows up with her on her pacemaker twice a year. He is the best doctor my mother has come across (she is now 90 years old). He is very caring, friendly, and compassionate. He always finds time to listen to her concerns no matter how busy he is. Today she asked me to take a picture of her with Dr Isserow, and it made her day!
He is not my doctor but my wife visited him. This guy is a Lothario. He made her uncomfortable by placing his hands on her thighs as he was explaining her condition during the appointment. Oddly, there was another nurse in attendance during the meeting who exchanged a number of glances with my wife and I wonder if this has been ordered due to past infractions. I hope this guy's wife doesn't read this as I noted in one of the other reviews he is married.
As far as I’m concerned....this guy is bloody awesome...been his patient for over 20 years...they never expected me to see 61.....that was 16 years ago....as far as I’m concerned he’s god! Love his honesty, love his humour, love his compassion....the only negative thing about his is that he’s married....😥
Dr. Isserow has been my cardiologist for about 20 years and he is a true professional with great knowledge and bedside manner. Takes the time to listen to your comments and to make suggestions. Usually has a resident doctor in the interview and he takes time to explain things to the resident as well as you.
Dr. Isserow is the very best. He is extremely knowledgeable, professional and he has a heart of gold. He is one of the kindest men I have ever met. He also has a good sense of humour which made my appointment with him a fun experience. His staff is lovely! Forever thankful!!!
Dr Isserow's bedside manner may not be for everyone, as you can see from the mixed reviews. I love him, I appreciate that he is blunt and doesn't sugar coat things, but he is also compassionate and has wonderful foresight. He is extremely busy, often running back and forth between UBC and VGH, which can lead to lateness, but he doesn't mess around when he sees a possible problem, such as coming to see me in the ER when he insisted I be rushed in with chest pains. I am only 29 with a hereditary heart condition, I dread the day he retires.
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