Ratings for Dr. Mark Greve
Yes, it is a busy clinic - but it is well organized and this doctor, by way of diagnosis, saved me from possibly losing my eyesight... I'd gladly wait in the waiting room for a bit again if saving my eyesight was the reward. THANK YOU Dr. Geve :-) Andy K.
for real. go elsewhere! If you see one of his partners when he is away you will see what you are missing. Thankfully I was saved by seeing Dr. Hinz instead and now have things explained to me instead of just a needle in the eye for 30 seconds interaction over years.
Dr. Greve gave me only a few minutes of his time, explained very little, prescribed some steroid eye drops (which are not very effective for the back of the eye) and told me to come back in 2 to 3 weeks- after his vacation. My posterior uveitis is now much worse 10 days later as the drops did nothing. I am now working with Dr. Tennant and Dr. Somani to repair the damage and hopefully, keep my vision. Dr. Greve is the worst! Go see someone else. I have been living in complete fear of what may happen since my visit to Dr. Greve.
I had seen Dr Greve many years ago.He was really good and professional.I liked him.I just seen now and it was rediculous how many people were waiting.I didn't wait that long compared to the others.I still really like him .He has always helped me properly.To over worked.W
This review needs a physician competency rating to be completely accurate for review. My mom underwent a vitrectomy by Dr. Greve and his methods are barbaric. She had already had a previous eye surgery in the U.S., which is done under MAC anesthesia and her surgery in Edmonton was done under local ONLY. She had hardly any bruising or pain coming out of surgery in the U.S. and after Dr. Greve performed her surgery her eye was bloody and bruised for six weeks! And, after nearly two months following her surgery her vision has greatly decreased, she still has severe inflammation, and there may be hemorrhaging present. The Canadian healthcare system needs a definite revamping-it is extremely inefficient, disorganized, apathetic, and obviously patient safety and comfort are NOT a priority! There are pain management teams in hospitals in the U.S. , and patient satisfaction and comfort are paramount there. I don't even know if Dr. Greve has a valid license to operate a physician but after hearing about and seeing the results of his dark-ages vitrectomy, I highly doubt it. These physicians shouldn't be so overworked in the first place and there should be better communication between offices. If the healthcare system in Canada provided more incentive for physicians there wouldn't be so many problems. This is a third-world system with antiquated care. This is glorious socialized medicine.
Dr. Greve a great doctor. Front staff not so much. They were chatting on about personal stuff and had to be interrupted just so I could book an appointment. Elderly lady walked up to counter, receptionist looked at her (didn't acknowledge/say hi etc) and walked away without explanation. One receptionist texting. I would have fired them. As to medical information, my name first and last was divulged - violates my privacy.
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