Only good words for the young doctor. Not sure what the previous commenter had for evidence, hearsay? First hand info? My experience with him in both the office and emergency room is that he is a competent physician, giving specialiast referrals as necessary with no problems. He seems to order all the right tests for every situation I have encountered. As to reading X-Rays, at the hospital where he practices, the X-rays are read by a specialist as well as the attending doctor, so if there were three fracture misses, they both missed it.
this doctor has lost 3 patients while on staff at the Hamilton memorial hospital, 1st he sent home with a fractured pelvic bone, that he missed while reading the x-ray, 2nd a lil' child had a fractured ulna he sent this child home the parents went to another doctor who found the fracture oh and it was a compound fracture. 3rd another patient was sent with a fractured pelvis he sent her home with Tylenol she died 3 weeks later of complications she was elderly. another patient was bed ridden with o/2 and a fractured c/2, he refused to allow this patient to be transfered by an ambulance which is an advanced life support service, instead he was going to allow her to be transfered by car. the Administrator of the facility ordered her to be transfered by ambulance.