Ratings for Dr. Steven Morris
I had a breast reduction just 5 days ago with Dr. Morris. Amazing, from first consult to post op appointment. He is intelligent, comforting, funny and has a reputation within the hospital staff to be a brilliant surgeon. My experience with Heather was great- if you don't feel informed just call her - she's friendly and helpful! I am so happy with my results, and I was so well taken care of. I didn't wait more than 10 minutes for any appointment, and was never rushed. It was such an awesome experience. I'd recommend his team to anyone - and I will!
I don’t necessarily have an issue with Dr. Morris, it’s his secretary that I cannot withstand. Heather is just so untrained in this field it’s ridiculous, she has no idea what she’s even talking about and it leads to confusion and irritation to repeat yourself to someone who either doesn’t care, doesn’t understand or isn’t listening. As for Dr. Morris he is never punctual, makes unwanted comments that are uncalled for, rushes you and or makes you feel incoherent at least once during appointments but, nobody’s perfect, overall he is a decent surgeon and a genuinely honest kind man, from experience I’ve had.
I recently had a very expensive breast reduction surgery and I am devastated with the results wish I had never had it done. His secretary Heather is extremely incompetent and I had to call over and over Because she forgot to call me with Dr Morris requests for me.
I recently had my first consultation for a breast reduction surgery with Dr. Morris. I was ready to wait a while as the waiting room was busy, however, I was in speaking with him within minutes of arriving. I found Heather (his secretary) was very helpful and kind. Dr. Morris was very straight-forward when providing information about the procedure and made sure to check with me along the way that I understood and was comfortable. He was very amiable and easy to talk to. I explained my situation and he was incredibly empathetic. Most of the negative reviews here seem to be because of his direct way of setting expectations for the patient. I have a hard time understanding why so many people expect him to 'dance around' or 'sugar coat' this part of the consultation. He is a medical professional and his job is to be very transparent and discuss facts and educate his patients on what to expect and the eligibility criteria for procedures. As for the negative reviews for his punctuality, I didn't experience that at all, but even if I had it would not have affected my review as we live in Canada and I have grown to expect that wait times as they are very common in doctors offices/hospitals. I am just appreciative to have the opportunity to meet with a professional to discuss making my life better through this procedure, and don't mind waiting for that chance. He provided me with an in-depth understanding of what the procedure entails and was very humorous and friendly throughout my appointment. He discussed my weight and recommended that I be at my fittest when it comes time for the procedure. I expected this! I am so excited I ended up with such a professional individual who takes pride in his work. Thank you!!!
Dr Morris did my carpal tunnel surgery a month ago. I was very nervous the day of my surgery but Dr Morris made me feel so comfortable chatting about Panamá (forgot about surgery)I was out the door in no time and super happy. Thank you very much Dr Morris and the nurse that assisted him.
I broke my finger, and Dr. Steven Morris did surgery on my finger. My finger is now not functional. He straightened my finger and put a K-wire in, then stitched me up. He bandaged up my finger so tight, I had pins and needles, numbness and pain for 3 weeks. Three weeks is way too long, this is why I can't move my finger to this day, you need to move it after about 2 weeks to get the finger working again. When I went in to get the bandage removed, my finger was infected badly. I had to go home and clean it myself. Dr. Morris asked me if I smoked, and blamed the infection on me because I smoke. Then he asked if I could move my finger, and I could not, he just shrugged his shoulders. Him and his assistant gave me a dollar store bandaid which fell off 10 minutes later, and I was on my way. My finger was broken, but fully functional before I had surgery, and after all that, my finger still looks crooked and not at all straight. I would have been better off not having the surgery. I would not recommend this doctor to anyone, please find a better doctor who knows what he's doing. Not to mention how rude him and his receptionist Heather are. Avoid at all costs!
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