Ratings for Dr. Arthur Harpur
Me and my family have seen Dr. Harpur for more than 10 years and he is an absolute amazing doctor and person. He knows who you are and he is always willing to go an extra mile. If he doesn't know something, he does not hesitate to get a second opinion. As an immigrant in Canada, he makes our health experience a fantastic one, and I am so happy he is our family doctor.
I have been seeing Dr. Harpur for many years. He is an amazing doctor and I would not go to anyone else. He is often running late for appointments, but when you get in to see him, he takes the time to listen to your needs. So, it is worth the wait! He is smart, kind and a great person.
I saw Dr. Harpur for many years and he seemed friendly and caring all that time. As soon as he found out I was talking to another doctor about my medical problem, and getting a second opinion, he refused to see me at all anymore. I felt shocked and abandoned. I never meant to attack him. He seems to be paranoid.
My entire family have been patients of Dr. Harpur for the last 25 years. He is an absolutely amazing doctor and wonderful human being. I can't say enough about his outstanding medical care and treatment - he takes the time to know each of our family members and therefore is able to diagnose and treat us with the utmost care, compassion and professional excellence. There has been more than one occasion when a diagnosis a family member received required follow up or referral for more extensive testing etc., and Dr. Harpur has simply gone above and beyond the call of duty, following through and advocating on our behalf in order to ensure that proper and expedient care was received. I wish that all doctors were as caring and compassionate as Dr. Harpur - our family will be lost without him when he retires. He is simply outstanding.
I have been his patient for 9 years. He is a kind and knowledgeable man. He helped assess my special needs child with compassion. He did 3 things that disturbed me. I have tried to talk about it with him but got nowhere. 1. He asked me if I "had been a bad girl" when I asked for blood work and std tests at the beginning of a relationship. 2. He inserted an IUD which was very painful, I could barely drive to pick up my child. He ignored my feedback on 2 separate occasions. I felt it was unsafe for me to have to drive. 3. When he assessed me with fibroids he said I would need a hysterectomy. On my next visit I told him that if had upset me that he had leapt to that conclusion. He said " why would you want to keep a diseased organ that had served its function" I would caution female patients.
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