Ratings for Dr. Michael J. Wackowski
Dr. Wackowski treated a family member as a hospitalist at St. Francis Hospital. He appears not to care or evaluate the problem. Extremely rude and arrogant. Appears closed minded and does not listen. Will not return phone calls. He has no compassion. My view is that he is a discredit to the medical field and St. Francis hospital, and not sure why or how he still practices. I would not recommend him to anyone under any circumstance.
During a very difficult time for our whole family, Dr. Wackowski was rude, distracted, and showed very little interest. I expected a little compassion, especially since he is at St. Francis. He definitely doesn't follow their mission statement. :(
Dr. Wackowski saw us as a hospitalist. He was rude, condescending and unhelpful to say the least. He seemed to concentrate on if my child abused drugs and spent his entire time concentrating on toxicology. When all toxicology was returned as negative he then released her from the hospital with no diagnosis, apology or interest in her pain or well being. Due to health issues in my family we have seen numerous doctors in office settings as well as hospitals. I would not let this doctor touch my dog more less EVER have anything to do with the care of my family members or friends.
My husband suffered needlessly because this arrogant jerk wouldn't run a simple MRI when the symptoms were classic brain tumor symptoms. We couldn't get to a neurologist because the jerk wouldn't give the necessary referral. He wouldn't return calls, he was furious when I took my husband to the ER because the room was spinning so bad and he had terrible dry heaves. The nurses were furious that the jerk wouldn't even come see him for 2 days then he sat on the edge of the bed and pounded the bed saying "what are you doing here...right now...what are you doing here and wouldn't let me speak when my husband asked me to tell him what was going on...then the jerk discharged him and did nothing. When we finally got to a neurologist (thanks to his GI doctor) they found a tumor the size of an orange on his brain stem. It was so bad there wasn't even a team of doctors in Tulsa that could deal with it. We left immediately for St. Louis where my husband spent about 1.5 months in
Dr. Michael J. Wackowski's Credentials
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- University Of Missouri, Columbia School Of Medicine (Grad. 1992)
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