Ratings for Dr. Oluwole Olabisi
I have never seen a doctor with so little interest in helping his patients. First of all, I spent an hour and 20 minutes waiting to see him. The first 35 minutes were spent waiting just to check-in with the receptionist. She was rude and dismissive. After finally being called into his office, he spent 10 minutes with me, barely listening to what I was saying. He then gave me my “diagnosis”, and instead of just telling me information and my options about it, he just read me information off of a government website. Very vague, inadequate, and unprofessional. I was referred to Olabisi, who I can’t even come to terms with calling a doctor, by Mental Health, but if you can avoid seeing him, I would recommend it.
He seems disinterested, cold and unhelpful. I always feel like he’s taking out his frustrations on me by the way he speaks to me. He’s always rushing me and is dismissive to most of my concerns. I had a disability form to be filled out which he did not include me in at all. I received a copy at the time it was sent and immediately broke down at how terrible it was. He didn’t put all his prescribing meds on it and most of the form was crossed out or blank which he thought was fine as he sent his notes with. These notes were incomprehensible at best. I had to go back and have him do it again while including me so the right information was provided. He just seems irritated all the time. Makes for very uncomfortable visits.
Dr. Olabisi is average on most measures. He doesn't spend much time at all with you, doesn't like to look back or at your current situation but instead focuses entirely on what's ahead. Which is great, but not so much for treating psychiatrist illnesses with medication. He also kept me on a years old diagnosis and treated me for those things, and after I saw someone else and had a group re-diagnose me, it turned out I actually had 3 completely different things that needed very different treatment. This never would have been discovered had I stuck with Dr. Olabisi.
At first he was great. I improved greatly. I slowly declined and he seemed angry at me. He allowed me to leave and drive home when I expressed extreme instability. I actually commented that I didn’t want to do it any more and I don’t want to live like this. He just turned his back. That was that. I’m surprised I’m still here
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