Ratings for Dr. Nazim Damji
Dr Nazim Damji is one of God's sent angels here on earth. I was diagnosed with my breast cancer on 2007 and from then on Dr Damji was like an angel there, taking care of me and doing everything to make me feel better and look at my sickness in a very positive way. Today is my last appointment with Dr Damji, kind'a sad but I know he deserves this, to retire and enjoy life. Dr Damji thank you very much for your dedication. Praise God for giving you to us cancer patients. Praying and looking forward that my next Oncologist who will take over you is as dedicated as you. Wishing you all the best Dr Damji. Enjoy your very well-deserved retirement. God bless you more! Please keep me in your prayers when you remember my name. (Benilda Padrinao)
Dr. Damji definitely has the 'God' complex. Needs to come down from his throne. He should not be a doctor, he has no bed side manner and actually laughed at us when we said we were going to see another doctor and told us he had too many patients as it was, we could take some if we needed!
Went to Queensway Trillium today with my Mom as an emergency to see Dr. Damji and he took my Mother in promptly. He's a great doctor and thank him from the bottom of my heart for doing all he can to prolong my Mother's life. May God bless him with a healthy and happy life.
I have been a patient of Dr Damji's for 12 years. He has always treated me with compassion and caring. I never feel rushed during an appointment and he always takes time to answer all my questions in terms that I can understand. I trust Dr Damji and am glad I have him as my Dr.
Dr Damji is most exceptional doctor I've ever encountered. He treats me with great respect and compassion. He is always on time, his staff is friendly, and he is very knowledgeable. I feel priveleged to be his patient and I am very happy with him. I am disappointed with other comments posted as I have never had a negative experience with this doctor.
He was not informed about the patient's status. In no way did he give the patient assistance on preventing reoccurance. Instead, when the cancer reoccured, he gave a "I told you so" comment in response. The worst bedside manner, and should not be a doctor for laymen. He doesn't nothing to inform a patient who may not be completely knowledgable about cancer what the next steps are or why they should take it. In addition, he didn't work well with doctors in other hospitals. It was an ongoing problem that affected the patient's health and pain management. If you have him as a doctor, get another oncologist. It could save your life!
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