Ratings for Dr. G Schep
I have to say that Dr. Shep was amazing! He took the time to explain everything to me. Never rushed me at all. The receptionist was VERY friendly. This is my second time having to see him in over a 3 year period and I have never has a problem with anyone in this office.
Dr Schep has the worst bedside manner I have even witnessed. He wouldn’t let me speak at all during my follow up appointment and snapped back at me whenever I tried to ask a question. He was rude and really did absolutely nothing to help the ongoing issues I have been having. I’ve never met a more arrogant doctor. Anytime I tried to speak he would tell me to be quiet and let him talk, expressing that he didn’t have to tell me anything and telling me that I must already know everything just because I told him his suggestions weren’t working. I would never recommend him to anyone.
In reading some if the views regarding Dr, Shep I was a little nervous meeting him. He turned out to be an amazing Dr. He explained my situation thoroughly to me ,we discussed what options I had, increased my meds and said he would happy to see me again if my GP put in another request. Dr Shep seemed genuinely interested in me and my outcome. I left the office stess free . I would recommend Dr Shep to anyone.
I'm sorry to give such a bad review, but it's the truth. I'll start with the positives. I had a great experience with the scopes that Dr. Schep did. I felt it was painless and as far as I know, thorough. I felt my assessment/first appointment was very thorough, he asked the right questions, noticed where I was feeling intestinal pain, and booked a scoping appointment within the next few weeks. Unfortunately, the many negatives really outweigh the positives. I had to wait over 6 weeks for my appointments. He told me I asked too many questions (I think I asked three, and this was during the appointment where I was given a diagnosis), I talked too much, and I was wired (I was on a lot of Prednisone, prescribed by him). He snapped at a question my mom asked. Halfway through my diagnosis appointment, he asked me my name (he was trying to find my file on the computer!!!?). When I asked for tips about what to eat or how to gain weight, he laughed at me. One of the receptionists told me I took too long in the appointment because I talk too much (I think the appointment was 15 or 20 minutes). He listed what felt like 12 meds, and told me to pick one. Said some of the meds have "no side effects." I had no idea how to pick one, especially without being able to ask a question. I feel bad after seeing him. I know two other people who have had similar experiences and changed doctors.
If your condition isn't black and white, you're really wasting your time here. This isn't the place to go if you expect above and beyond effort or treatment. It's like they're doing you some kind of favour when you finally get an appointment and enter the office of the greate and powerful GI oz. The doctor seems to lack compassion for his patients. Consultations are awkward exchanges, he seems to be listening but then repeats questions 2 or 3 times. I'm sure he's a skilled doctor but don't settle when it comes to your health. You deserve a doctor who's good at their specialty and who isn't rude.
I am very grateful for his intervention following a surgery gone wrong, but the follow-up period was a nightmare. I had to beg to be seen and the secretary would not even call me back or will ask for another referral even if I needed to see him within a year of thee previous one...felt humiliated and totally ignored. I think he is very skilful when it comes to scopes and ERCP, but I needed help with my overall GI issues and never got it....
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