Ratings for Dr. Pat Harris
Ignored my husband's symptoms for years and as things became more and more evident (to us) that things were getting worse. We tried getting an earlier appointment with Dr. Harris but her *itch of a receptionist was rude and uncooperative. He had to take 6 months off work because he was too weak to work and then ended up retiring early ... Finally we went to St. Boniface Emergency and got referred to another doctor. He received units of blood and is getting ongoing treatment now for his condition. Things he should have had done months, if not years ago. Dr. Harris is indifferent in the care of her patients and should be reprimanded by the College.
I recently took my mother to see Dr. Harris. My Mom was very apprehensive and concerned about the diagnosis of her issues. Dr. Harris was very prompt and kind and which put her at ease right away. She took the time to listen to my Mom's concerns and addressed each one in a very professional manner mixed in with a little humor which helped tremendously! she referred my Mom to another specialist for a condition which was out of her realm of expertise. Thanks you Dr. Harris for a great experience. Sincerely, Jan K.
have been seeing her for 7 years and she has just referred me to cancer care. I can tell you she is through and to the point. I think if you are booked to see her you are in good hands. She is in my mind a credit to her field ( Michael Thom)
I was concerned about seeing Dr. Harris after reading a lot of the comments here. My husband came with me to my appointment - I was nervous. We both found her incredibly comforting, up front, down to business and, for lack of a better word, fantastic. I went in scared, and left feeling confident that she will figure out what is wrong with me and will take care of me. I'm sorry for some other people's less positive experiences. I'm sure it comes down to different styles/expectations. For me, Dr. Harris is exactly what I need, and I am grateful that I was referred to her.
My mother was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer in July 2014. Dr Harris was straight to the point in telling my mom that she would have 18 months left. She tried her on two different chemo pills which seemed to help for awhile. Mom had a bone marrow test in the hospital. Mom had a lot of pain from the test itself. Dr Harris didn't realize that my mom wasn't frozen for the test. Dr Harris gave the staff heck. Her cancer spread to her bones, kidney and liver. She was told at Christmas she had 4-6 months. Unfortunately mom died the following week. I still thank Dr Harris for taking such good care of my mom. All the crude comments about her DISGUST me!
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