Ratings for Dr. David McLeod
Dr. McLeod is a wonderful doctor, with an amazing bedside personality. He goes out of his way to make patients comfortable and offers lots of advice, especially for work/life balance to keep patients healthy. He also had great analogies to help patients understand complicated concepts. The most personable and sincere doctor I have ever met. I was a little sad to graduate knowing that he wouldn't be my doctor after I left.
Great general practitioner! He never rushes and talks with you as long as you need. One time my 20 minute appointment ended up being about 40 minutes. Very knowledgeable. One of the things I like about him is that he has a little whiteboard he draws diagrams on. Very clear in his communication.
This doctor is wonderful. He has a great personality and sense of humour. He takes his time speaking with you and makes sure he has covered all the bases and checks your own understanding of your condition. Some doctors make you feel as though there's some kind of rush to get you out of the room. And although, on a schedule he makes sure all of your concerns are heard and taken care of before ending the visit.
Great doctor. Always takes the time to explain things to me, has funny analogies. Takes all my concerns seriously and takes the time to go through all my concerns in one appointment. Great for mental health-related concerns, especially if the counsellors at Mac are too busy for you to get an appointment.
The staff at the McMaster University Student Wellness Center are great, and really take their time to help give you the best dates and times for your appointments as possible. Dr. McLeod is sometimes late (by around 5-10 minutes or so) but that is due to dealing with the high number of other students he sees, and how much time he likes to spend talking to them and explaining things. He is very helpful in this regard, often drawing diagrams and charts to help visually explain things. He listens to your problems and seems to actually care how you are doing, unlike many other doctors who just want you in and out and off with a prescription. What other people may find to be snarky behavior is just him telling things as they are, if he sees a factor that might be having an effect on why you came to see him he will point it out. It seems to him that your feelings don't outweigh your medical health. If you don't like that and want someone to treat you like a child, then I suppose he is not the doctor for you.
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