- "I have a dream"
- Breast Augmentation Surgeons
- Cardiologists – Sydney
- Doctors and emails
- Dr Andrew Brooks Urologist
- General comments
- Getting the best information/opinions on medical matters
- GPs generally
- Information from the Turnbull government
- Interfacing with the Medical Profession
- Medical Practices, Hospitals, Foundations etc.
- Miscellanous Comments
- People who answer questions on health and medical matters out of what they’ve learned from carrying out research on the world wide web
- Primary Health Care Limited
- Professional Organisations
- Ramsay Health Care – dealing with
- The Canadian RateMDs organisation
- The Cosmetic Institute
- The NSW health systems
- Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Treatment for dizziness attacks
Author Archives: Jason Simmonds
We recently came across a Sydney Cardiology practice that has as it’s motto “Cardiology with a personal touch” – but it’s without an ordinary email address, doesn’t even have an email form!!!! Who are they kidding?
We need to realise that, broadly speaking, there are two types of doctors. Those who rely on getting a fair number of patients, by GP referrals and from emails from potential patients and so on, who they are not really … Continue reading
We’ve just been involved in an exercise in which a reader having hearing problems emailed 43 Sydney ENT Specialists, (Ear Nose and Throat,) asking two questions:- (1) Is helping people with hearing problems “within your areas of specialisation?” and, (2) If … Continue reading
We have become aware of a letter having been emailed to Dr Kerrie Meades making extremely serious accusations against her, which hasn’t even been acknowledged, let alone responded to. We’ll let you know if ever she responds.
A letter sent by email to Walt Secord, the NSW Shadow Minister for Health, on 5 Dec 2017. Because the above is a copy, the link show in it doesn’t work, but this one does:- http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/coroner-recommends-concord-hospital-pay-more-attention-to-parents-concerns-20171201-gzx05b.html A 28 January 2018 update: No … Continue reading
To us what is described in this Sydney Morning Herald article is quite extraordinary – about which we will write more later. Having read it, to a certain extent we were pleasantly surprised, and certainly excited, to find that the … Continue reading
If we have a medical problem, we want to be able to consult only the doctor or doctors who can help us the most, obviously. And as medical knowledge increases and increases, that may mean that out of literally hundreds … Continue reading
An email sent to Dr AAA asking if helping seniors with hearing problems was within his “areas of specialisation?” After 5 days, no reply, so a reminder email sent, which resulted in, “Dr AAA would need to see you for … Continue reading
The Grace Gawler Institute claims to be “Introducing a New Culture of Cancer Survivorship.” Preliminary research indicates that it belongs to a lady in her late 50s or early 60s, who, while having no formal medical qualifications, claims to have … Continue reading
After nearly ten years working on finding the best doctors to see, it’s become clear to us that you/we just have to be EXTREMELY careful in deciding who to see and use. (Just as we have to be in most … Continue reading