Dr Oswald Jack

 

Specialises in:

  • Neurology
  • Psychiatry
 

Works at:

Where this Doctor works


 

Recent Reviews

 
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5th December 2017
Written by a patient at Crosshouse Hospital

pls avoid this guy! i had several appointments with him st which he seemed positive, after traveling to four different hospitals to see him and him alone all he done was keep changing my medication and dose which i told him was doing no good! but he insisted on trying it for six months or more during which time i had to go through all sorts of stuff caused by my illness! my GP was much more help! but after around 9yrs of sporadic appointments he says “he’s no idea what’s causing it!” THANK YOU NHS!

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2nd December 2017
Written by a patient at Ayr Hospital

After reading some of these reviews I was a wee bit anxious about going to my appointment today .I honestly don't know what I was worrying for .very pleasant Dr

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14th November 2017

I saw Dr Jack at the end of October. After many years of chronic pain and seeing numerous medical practioners Dr Jack finally was able to diagnose my condition . He was very thorough in his examination and I found him to be very pleasant in manner .

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21st September 2017
Written by a patient at Crosshouse Hospital

I went to see this doctor if you can call him that. Not too sure of the first name but it was Mr Jack I saw in Ayr hospital and it fits the bill with his attitude. I suffered about 15 min of verbal abuse , to a point I got up and walked out . He was verbally abusive ,unprofessional and leaning on creating a bitter confrontation with him. He asked question did not listen and when he wrote notes he had clearly an anger management issue. I tried to explain my symptom and he clearly closed me off stating there was nothing wrong. His manner was to approach everything with an aggressive tone , personal insults towards my skin, hair and overall well being . On making him aware i was reporting him via the director of nursing they say !!!! they found no substance of proof of his attitude. Clearly a director and a complaints section with large blankets to cover up a know risk in their NHS . They say they have no record of his attitude or complaints MMMMMMMM We are all aware of the NHS having a violence policy towards staff and any form of violence is not accepted seriously, this is an area that needs a review.This doctor is allowed to function in this job. Violence and the policy of prevention must be both ways. This doctor denied what had happened and is in my opinion need to go to neurology himself for help. As for my complained that was closed off it has not ended now i see other with similar experience of the doctor i will enlighten the NHS , of something they obviously already know but do nothing about. He needs to consider his position . He is currently a liability which needs ring fenced. He was at Ayr hospital week end day appointments. Approximately 4 weeks ago Aug2017

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23rd August 2017
Written by a patient at Ayr Hospital

I disagree with all the bad reviews Dr Jack has been getting I went to see him for the first time and he does listen and he is good at his job, he is straight to the point doesn't waste time good neurologist!


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Nearest Neurologists

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19 miles

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19 miles

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56.1 miles


Nearest Psychiatrists

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12.6 miles


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15.2 miles

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15.9 miles

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