Ratings for Dr. Subash Jalali
I've been Dr Jalali's patient for 11 years, since I was 21 years old. He is an excellent doctor but also an amazing, caring human being. My mom had colitis so I was already aware of the worst that IBD can do to a person, so when I was diagnosed, I was depressed. I shared my concerns with him, emotional and crying, and while I was worried that I wasting his time, he actually listened and explained to me how unlikely it is for me to have the same issues as my mom given the progression of each of our case. That put my mind at ease and I was no longer miserable. He's saved my life multiple times and I'm just so grateful for his existance.
Dr. Jalali is the best ever! He is a fantastic doctor so kind, calm, gentle, smart..an expert in his field....he is a God sent! Thank you Dr. Jalali and his amazing Assistant Lisa. You are both so professional & wonderful. You helped me get through a very rough time! Thank you for all your fantastic care! Linda P.
Dr. Jalali is a wonderful doctor...he has seen my Autistic son for some stomach issues and he is kind, caring and absolutely thorough! He is an excellent doctor, polite and professional and we need more doctors like him. I truly respect him.....Thanks Dr. Jalali...from Linda & Andrew!
I am extremely grateful to be a patient of Dr.Jalali. I had a colonoscopy last week where five large polyps were found and taken out. I probably would have succumbed to Colon Cancer if I had not seen him when I did as all my family doctor did was to give me the 'smear test' saying it was clear.
Chalked all of my symptoms up to anxiety since he read (in my file) that this has be an ongoing issues for me. He sent me away after a few visits and tests and was very condescending. Turns out I have dysautonomia, which was causing all of the symptoms I'd gone to see him about. He treated me very poorly, very dismissively; In writing this comment, I've alright put more thought into him than he did on me. I highly advise you to look into seeing someone with a sense of bed side manner, genuine concern for their patients and respect for their profession.
Had a colonoscopy with Dr. Jalali, Having preconcerns about the procedure I was amazed at how simple it turned out to be. Slept right through it without any adverse reactions what so ever. His team made it a terrific experience. I'm recommending him to anyone I talk to and really push the simplicity of my experience with this procedure.
My experience with Dr Jalali started out well. However, in the last few months, something has changed. He seems to have too many people stacked up for appointments and then is too rushed to spend much time. I sat for nearly 1.5 hours past my scheduled appointment time this last appointment. He had to rifle through papers and review the file to figure out who the heck I was and why I was there. Then he talked over me whenever I was trying to explain something or ask a question. When someone is talking, they have stopped listening. Since he's not always listening, he can make erroneous assumptions. I drive an hour to see him because I believed he had good knowledge. If I'm going to be disrespected by a specialist, I'm sure I could find one closer to home.
Dr. Jalali may be a skilled technician, but his knowledge ends with the sedative that he gives. --Versed. It is contraindicated for patients with a history of depression and he was advised of this pre-existing condition when he took the pre-op history. I suffered a paradoxical reaction and have been unable to work for 6 years. My psychiatrist is well aware of the problems with benzodiazepines. Dr. Jalali had never heard of this type of reaction and was dismissive, saying "I give this all the time without any problems." It's right there on Wikipedia. I got in a fight with the nurse and swore at her as I came out of sedation. I tried to leave with only a sheet wrapped around me. Furthermore, I was not discharged to a responsible adult and I tried to walk home 25 km (without a wallet or ID). Fortunately, my wife had been called to come for me and she saw me walking along the street. I am covered by disability insurance, otherwise St. Joe's would be in the middle of a major lawsuit. Where did he get his MD?
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