I was a person who never thought it would be me. 10 days before Christmas a few symptoms hit me and after a few tests I was shown to be just one of those people. I was due to go and celebrate the season abroad with my loving family on a holiday of a lifetime. Shock hit us all and I was referred to this doctor. From the moment he saw me and us , he embraced not only the problem but all us. He was always there and turned things around within days. Responsive ,caring, empathetic but an incredible professional. He lobby's continually for the wellbeing and standards for others but in his daily work he fights for it and you always feell he is fighting for you. I can only thank him for being always there and always being that special professional against this ghastly disease
I have been treated by Dr Slevin for the past couple of years for my colon cancer and I always feel I am in the presence of someone amazing when I see him. He gives me complete confidence and takes the time to answer all my many, and sometimes ridiculous questions, with care, sensitivity and compassion. I always walk out of his consulting room with a spring in my step and feel I am fully informed and reassured that Dr Slevin not only knows how best to treat my cancer and knows me as a person rather than just a patient. I am so grateful to be under his care.
Scared the living daylights out of us. I've since been told oncologists do not have a great bed side manner but even as the non patient I was shocked at the way he explained results and reasons for his recommendation. There was no way my partner could have built a relationship with this Doctor Harley street doctors need to realise having flashy fine art clad walls, highly polished shoes, well trimmed beards and fancy computers under their glass topped oak desks are all hugely intimidating. What has all that got to do with the experience and quality of care? It leaves one thinking nothing other than its a money train. ps. location was 95 harley street but not listed
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