Ratings for Dr. Neil Rogers
I SUFFER FROM MIGRAINES AND WENT TO SEE HIM FOR AN Rx FOR PAIN PILLS AS MY REGULAR GP WAS AWAY. DR ROGERS WANTED TO PERFORM A PELVIC (PAP) AND BREAST EXAM ON ME. I REFUSED OF COURSE AT WHICH TIME HE ARGUED WITH ME THAT THESE TESTS ARE NECESSARY. HE WAS VERY RUDE, INAPPROPRIATE AND MADE ME FEEL REALLY UNCOMFORTABLE. YOUNG, PRETTY, LARGE BREASTED WOMEN WATCH OUT!!! DO NOT GO TO THIS GP! LUCKILY MY REGULAR GP CAME BACK SOON. I WOULD NEVER SEE DR ROGERS AGAIN.
Dr Rogers has been my family physician for nearly 20 years and I cannot say enough good things about him. I am very fortunate to have him as my gp. He is caring, knowledgeable and thorough. Thank you for being there for me (and other patients)!
Dr. Rogers is one of the most caring physicians I have had the pleasure to come across. Any poor ratings of him are likely from chronic hypochondriac patients that are trying to blame their mental health issues on a physical diagnosis. He is an absolutely fabulous physician and family man who genuinely listens to his patients. I've always felt incredibly comfortable around him, enough to share anything and everything. He is extremely knowledgeable, thorough, and takes time with his patients. He goes above and beyond the work that is required of him. It's unfortunate that he gave up his practice; it'll be hard to find another physician to fill his shoes. Thank you Dr. Rogers for all of your years providing excellent care for my family and I!!!
Dr Roger's had been my doctor for 7 year's . I switched to Dr Roger's after the Dr I had at the time told me my back pain from A car accident was all in my head , while Dr Roger's believed me and I have much better pain relief now . I agree Dr Roger's went beyond the call of duty as A Dr he would call Pharmacare and renew my special authority prescription's and he would fudge the truth when necessary to get the medication covered . Dr Roger's gave up his private practice and I do not like his replacement.
Myself and my two boys have been seeing Dr Rogers for over 10 years and not once have I had a bad experience with his practices. I have brought some serious and complex issues to him and he provided a solution for all of them. With his caring attitude he always took the time to explain all the procedures and put things into perspective so I could understand what was taking place. Good doctors are hard to find and I am thankful for all he has done thus far with my family and I. I definately would reccommend Dr Rogers!
My husband and I have been going to Dr. Rogers for 7 years now. Please don’t make the same mistake as we did. My husband was sick and Dr. Rogers pushed prescriptions to the point where my husband was not able to function. Dr. Rogers said that it was due to my husband being depressed because of our relationship and all along IT WAS THE MEDICATION!!! When another Dr. discovered that it was the medication Dr. Rogers still believed he should be on it!! It took my husband 2 years to recover and has permanent memory issues. Now that I am having a problem, Dr. Rogers wants me to take medication and when I asked to go to a specialist, Dr. Rogers REFUSED TO ALLOW ME TO GO!!! What difference does it make to him!!!! Do not go to him!!
In 2011 I said "Dr. Rogers doesn't play around! I have been seeing him for 2 years now..." My rating for him has gone to the dumps! When the NRGH pain clinic couldn't help he just gave up on me. When the heart issues wouldn't get figured out the way he thought they 'should' he gave up. I had to check myself into The Royal Jubilee Cardiac Ward. When I came back he stopped the meds I was put on by the cardiologist and then got blasted by the cardio for it. He also misdiagnosed a near fatal highly infectious disease for FOUR months. It took 6 to recover. I am now in agony all the time and he just shrugs his shoulders and says it will get better. Check the records. I have had chronic pain for 10 years now. I am about to demand he refer me to the BC Women's Hospital Fibromyalgia clinic. DO NOT GO TO THIS DOCTOR. HE GIVES UP TOO EASILY! Men, after all don't get Fibromyalgia! Anyone recommend a new GP? I'm looking!!!!
I have been seeing Dr Rogers for almost 10 years now, and when I became quite ill in 2006 he was excellent with trying to figure out what the problem was. He sent me to as many specialists as it took to finally get my diagnosis, and since then has been very helpful and tolerant with my health concerns. He even took the time to help me with my fight for CPP Disability, going above and beyond the call of any doctor I have ever known. I would recommend him to anyone, and even got my husband to switch to him. He is a kind and caring person, not just as a Dr. If you are looking for "qualitative" care, you will find it in Dr. Rogers. Whenever I go in he asks, at some point during the appointment, about my husband, and how he is. There aren't many doctors that I know of that would do that. I hope he never leaves Nanaimo, as I will never find another like him I'm sure.
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