Ratings for Dr. George Borrett
There is a difference from being "direct", "blunt" and just plain rude! He has no bedside manners, no time for family and very dismissive in nature. He does not take the time to listen to concerns, answer questions or show any compassion to anyone ( patient) or family. Very disheartening to watch your loved one decline, and all you want to know and understand what is happening and what can be done. Since this doctor states he is "tired of answering the same questions over" then perhaps he should retire. Family should be treated with respect, and this doctor does not seem capable of showing any respect or compassion to his patient or their family members at all.
I saw him or a pelvic exam and when he inserted the forceps I screamed out in pain and he told me that "I needed to be quiet and stop moving or else we couldn't get the test done" instead of readjusting them. I have had this EXACT TEST done PAINLESSLY plenty of times before. I will be filing a formal complaint with the Misercordia Hospital. Women please beware he will not listen to a single thing you say either and he will likely talk over you. He should just retire.
My family has had many years dealing with doctors. Dr. Borrett is most probably the least compassionate physician we have ever encountered. He had no patience to listen to the family's questions, and made the family uncomfortable to ask what they didn't understand. We had a very unfortunate experience with dr Borrett.
Dr Borrett was very direct but honest with his diagnosis. I was given a few days to live but no one gave up on me. Thanks to Dr Borrett and the amazing staff at the Grace Hospital 5th floor I am still alive and very grateful. I as in the hospital for 3 months and the staff made things as comfortable as possible and I consider every one of them as a friend. Thank you all. George M
Dr. Borrett took care of my mum after she had a stroke...and yes...he is VERY direct...but we loved him......we joked with him....if one listens to him..he has a wonderful sense of humor....one should not take his directness to heart...I would rather have that than someone who pussyfoots around the issue.......I would love it if he ever had to care for my mum again.....NO problem............
ly insufferable and miserable man. Very condescending, to the point of infringing on personal space to intimidate, as well as prevent us from leaving the examination room after being told repeatedly that we wished to leave and no longer speak to him. He outright said he has no use for bedside manner and that to me is horrifying because in my experience good bedside manner is the difference between a merely knowledgeable doctor and an exceptional one. He strikes me as the kind of man who sees patients as potential surgeries or cures to add to his list, rather than human beings who are worthy of common courtesy and respect. Extremely disappointed and will warn all friends, family and acquaintances to stay away from him.
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