Ratings for Dr. Maris Andersons
Is Dr. Andersons still practicing? I thought he had to retire because of acute pancreatitis. I was a patient of his many years ago and I'm afraid I didn't have such a good experience. I was in early recovery and found his "help" rather superficial. I had to constantly repeat information to him over again and he liked to brag about what a "ladies man" he was. The last straw was when we were talking about AA sponsorship, and I mentioned that, while not homophobic, I didn't feel comfortable at the time about having a homosexual sponsor. He then berated me for being narrow-minded and accused me of being homosexual myself. Sorry, but I don't think a doctor is supposed to talk to you like this, especially someone who's new and vulnerable in recovery...so I moved on. Thank heaven I was able to remain sober in spite of "help" like this.
I can't say enough good things about Maris. He is understanding, helpful and professional. The best GP by far that I have ever had. I am a better person for knowing him. After 19 years, my respect only grows for this man. I wish all doctors took a page from his book. I am grateful he accepted me as a patient.
Dr. Andersons was there for me during a really hard time in my life. He continues to be there, and he is an asset to my recovery. He is very kind, and seems to really care for each of his patients. He is always smiling, and always has something very thoughtful to add to any conversation. Thank you doesn't seem to be enough to say to tell him how much I appreciate him. I hope he don'ts retire anytime soon, I don't know what I'll do without his guidance!
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