Ratings for Dr. Paul A. Morris
Dr. Morris has been very professional and caring during my visits. He even gave me his cell phone to call if I could not reach him. He has correctly diagnosed my medical issues and now I am much healthier. I hate going to doctors but he makes this not unpleasant. He listens well and really seems to care.
Unprofessional, unethical remarks,didn't see me before being discharged from the hospital nor had any other heart Dr in his group to see me that Friday, shortly after 2 procedures were done. Then got home and there were no care instructions on the site where he in planted the loop recorder. He was rude when I called his cell that Sunday to ask how to care for the site. He said he explained after the procedure and seemed very aggravated that I called. I exclaimed that even tho I was awake that he did try to get me sedated and my memory of What he said wasn't clear. I had to call the office a couple of days later explained to the nurse eBay happened while I was sleeping and it woke me. The Dr called, ranting that I'd put someone up to calling about me, said if I had mental issues then go to a mental Dr and then said he was discharging me. I was shocked!I received the letter a few short days later. Staples still in my chest..wow, what a great "Dr"!Lucky,no heart problems,was my thyroid.
I was hospitalized right after giving birth. My regular cardiologist was not on call so I saw Dr. Morris. He was very attentive and knowledgeable. I liked him so much that I called and made my mom an appointment with him. She had not been to the doctor in over twenty years. He has been one of the most caring and considerate doctors that I have ever met. I think he should train other doctors on how to speak and communicate with their patients. He does an awesome job!!
"Unhelpful" doesn't begin to describe this doctor. My 90 year old mother has a serious heart condition that requires regular check-ups. She was happy with Dr. Morris until September 13, 2010, when she went to his office for a scheduled visit. The receptionist said Dr. Morris had moved away. Mom became very upset that her doctor had simply abandoned her and didn't even have the decency to cancel her appointment or refer her to another doctor. The receptionist gave her the name of a doctor, but said Mom could only call him in an emergency. Mom was left to fend for herself to find another doctor. This is outrageous and life-threatening behavior for a doctor who is supposed to care for the welfare of his patients. There is NO EXCUSE for this doctor's rude departure. It took my mother over two months to get an appointment with another cardiologist who would accept her as new patient. We were just lucky nothing happened to her during that time. She could have died and this guy DIDN'T CARE.
Dr. Paul A. Morris's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- Lake Erie College Of Osteopathic Medicine (Grad. 2002)
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