I always try to get my appointments with Dr Amole he is a fantastic Dr and extremely thorough. Always takes the time to explain things rather than rushing you out the door. He has always been fantastic with my 2 year old Son.
I saw him a few years ago about a condition and he quickly diagnosed it incorrectly with a smug kind of 'I'm a doctor so I know better' attitude. How much better it would be if GPs actually admitted they didn't know something so people could get referred to specialists more easily? I wonder how many other people he has misdiagnosed during his career and whether he has ever had any feedback from his mistreated patients. He is a dangerous man if you listen to him and if you do have the misfortune to see him, please get a second opinion, because that second opinion will most likely be different. I am not the only person he has misdiagnosed as I know other people that he has seen. He is a terrible doctor and should be investigated.
I think Dr Amole is fantastic. He listens. He breaks complicated subjects down into understandable language. He cares. I can't fault him.
The other review is absolutely spot on. He doesn't listen, he goes on about wee colour and gets out his abc of ear nose and throat. He told me there was nothing wrong with me. But I couldn't breathe when I walked. I saw another doctor and I have bronchitis
I had used this doctor on a few occasions, on every occasion he told I me I had a bug, when I spoke to another doctor, I was told that I had an upper tract infection, in every consolation he will always show you a very old book and say you need to drink plenty of water. My mother then went to see him because she had a rash on her face, he asked her what she wanted it to be and we were both shocked, he didn't do any checks on her and proceeded to say it was a bug and the colour of your wee should be a certain colour, I made her go to see another doctor, who confirmed it was shingles. My nan also went to see him, he didn't check her blood pressure because he said she smoked, and in the same week she fell over and fainted due to low blood pressure, and broke her femur, she then contracted cdiff from the operation and was told by dr amole to come off her medication sooner than she should have done, causing her to go back into hospital and later died. Whilst in hospital, the lady next to my nan also used him as a doctor, everytime I am in this doctors surgery I feel sorry for every patient that goes to see him, because they would come out a lot worse. I would never recommend him to anyone,