Seemed alright, didn't even bother looking at notes when decided to prescribe pills that not compatible with my blood circulation, which in turns all ended with me being in A&E in hospital with signs of TIA. Surely GP who is good ALWAYS reads patients' notes, especially if it's not his patient and takes a notice of conditions before deciding what to give. He's lucky I didn't sue him. Should have maybe.
I have great confidence in Dr Steinhardt who appears to have plenty of time to listen to me and always explains the reason for any treatment/medication he suggests. I certainly recommend his care and empathy.
My baby was seen promptly by Dr Steinhardt, who was very helpful and reassuring and addressed all my concerns. I could not fault the level of care given.
I saw Dr Steinhardt for the first time yesterday. He was sympathetic, listened to what I had to say and explained the course of treatment he proposed. He showed all the same characteristics when I returned today as my symptoms had worsened. I was upset and he did not make me feel stupid or embarrassed, which was appreciated. He offered to call me in a few days to see how things were progressing as there are no bookable appointments to see him at the end of this week.