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I went here for a wart treatment on a Sunday (which by the way it's great that they're open on Sundays.) The doctor was friendly, the receptionist was friendly, all around good staff. It is also very clean and modern. I found it strange that all of the lights were off, made it seem closed, but that's a minor thing. The doctor, although friendly, seemed a little too quick. Also the liquid nitrogen treatment they use, didn't work all that well. Overall though, it seems like a good clinic to go to.
Submitted Nov. 18, 2016 | flag
Staff will not enable Doctors to adhere to their oath re: patient care. Staff lacks emotional intelligence, will cut you off mid-sentence & provide incorrect information and propose you "come back in" (so OHIP can be billed again) instead of offering to pass on a message and remedy the situation. Zero knowledge of needs for clients relying on social services.
Submitted Nov. 2, 2016 | flag
I was referred to a doctor at this clinic as a chronic pain patient. Faxed referral bluntly states primary immediate concern is a medication refill as I only had enough painkillers to last me till the day of the apt. My dose is such that abrupt discontinuation could cause a seizure, even death. Referral states my own desire to decrease dose at scheduled intervals and explore alternate treatments for the long term. THREE TIMES I told the secretaries when booking here - they even chose what doctor to put me with - the situation I was in and was reassured medication these specific refills wouldn't be a problem. After driving 3 HOURS one way to get to this apt. and taking my last pill, I'm told by Dr. Waqar Cheemah (who was supposed to be my family doctor from that point on as that is a stipulation to book a first apt) that he is an "alternative" pain specialist. The kind that doesn't prescribe medications for pain!?!? Or provide ongoing care to patients who need pain medications renewed in his role as a family doctor!?!? I wave a copy of my referral in his face and ask why he even booked me in as a patient when it says I'm being referred for something he can't handle. His response? "Oh I guess I should actually start reading these from now on." And the secretaries? "Ya I guess someone needs to explain to them the type of things we do here." He didn't refill my pain meds. For the first time in my life I had to go "score" on the street in a strange city. I'm now writing this from the Emergency Room in my hometown, in pain, hoping the doctors here can help sort out the mess Cloud Care Clinics have left me with.
Submitted Aug. 27, 2016 | flag
I have been a patient of Cloudcare since they opened. I rarely have a long wait when I come in as a walk-in and Dr. Shabbir Hussein always takes his time and address my concerns. On-site pharmacy is convenient and fast. Bonus that they are open weekends and have an integrated wellness approach to a variety of conditions.
Submitted Aug. 5, 2016 | flag
Hello it's me. Should I care about this clinic? Maybe maybe not
Submitted June 28, 2016 | flag
For sure the service is very bad and the receptions are very rude and careless !
Submitted May 19, 2016 | flag
Hi I have post a very negative thing and I would like to correct it I posted that I was an alcoholic and was under the influence while seeing dr. Kirsh I said he ruined my life well first of all I apologize to the patients of dr. Kirsh that read this nonsense dr.kirsh has been extremely good to me and very helpful what I posted is terrible and exadurated and yes I am bipolar I get anger issues and I took it out on the one person who helped me the most . He is a great doctor understanding compassionate caring always listens and gives me good advice I also apologize to dr. Kirsh most of all I wish I could take back what I wrote it was untrue and hurtful I enjoy my appointments with him he makes me see life worth living Ellen his secretary is very professional always calls to remind me of my appointments she is kind and and helpful most of all I'm sorry that people who see dr. Kirsh read that post and and strongly disagree with that horrible comments I have made it just lashed out at the wrong person I admire dr.kirsh he is caring individual has helped me over the 2 years I've seen him and I will continue to see him I guess being bipolar has its good and bad dr. Kirsh I am so sorry I don't know where my head was at you are a professional and competent doctor I had no right to say such awful thing about you
Submitted April 12, 2016 | flag
Went in for routine STI screening and had three VERY major issues:
1. Was told by the doctor that rectal and throat infections could be detected via a urine test (they cannot).
2. My samples were left unlabelled in a basket with other unlabelled samples until I insisted they be labelled immediately.
3. Tests that I did not authorized were performed on my blood sample (hey guys, ever heard of informed consent?).
This clinic is best avoided, clearly.
Submitted April 2, 2016 | flag
Dr. Shabbir Hussain isn't a competent Doctor. He doesn't examine his patients! I recently had a sick visit with him at the Toronto cloud care center and he didn't listen to my heart or lungs, didn't feel my abdomen. His stethoscope never left his neck. He took no medical history, didn't ask if I took any medication, and my Blood pressure wasn't even take. He was rude and dismissive. Although he trained in Houston, Texas his bio's never list where he went to medical school. He isn't boarded by the USA in Family Medicine, he is only a Diplomat which means he is a foreign medical grad and took foreign medical boards . His medical care is substandard to say the least. This location receives a negative rating from me - a licensed physician from the US.
Submitted March 27, 2016
I just visited the Cloud Care clinic today for a walk in appointment. The clinic is nicely decorated, modern, and clean. The front desk is very professional and efficient. My appointment was for 12:30pm and I was taken in exactly on time. Dr. Elancheliyan Ambalavanar arrived seconds after and even apologized for making me wait! (I only waited for about a minute or so). Dr. Ambalavana was fantastic. He is kind, a great listener, non judgemental, and clinically astute. He dealt with my condition quickly and made me feel at ease. This is exactly the kind of physician that everyone wants and I highly recommend him and the clinic. Very impressed with this clinic - there is even a pharmacy on site which makes it very convenient to get your Rx filled. Thanks again guys for all your help! Norman...
Submitted Aug. 15, 2015 | flag
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