Dr Quentin Parsons

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Written by a patient at York Medical Practice
22nd March 2019


I have been a patient of Dr Quentin Parsons for the last three years. I moved from West Kensington to St Margarets in 2008 and stayed with My GP in W. Kensington in the firm belief I would never find a better one. I was wrong. In Autumn 2016, I was very ill indeed so couldn't make the journey to West Kensing-ton. I then asked a doctor friend (a London Consultant cardiologist) to trawl through doctors in Twickenham to find me the best NHS GP after looking into his background. My only condition was that he/she had to be British trained. My friend found Dr Parsons and I have been with him ever since. I cannot fault him. Not only is he is hugely well-informed about the obscurest medical conditions, he is very personable and has a terrific sense of humour, such a bonus for worried patients entering his room fearing the worst. In 2017 I was diagnosed with cancer. At My request, Dr Parsons managed to get me into Mrs Fiona McNeill's clinic at the Royal Marsden, a celebrated female cancer surgeon about whom The Times had published an article. Mrs McNeill told me that Dr Parsons "is a very clever man indeed". Yet he wears his scholarship and expertise lightly. His diagnostic skills are second none. I cannot praise him too highly. Moya St Leger (81)

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Written by a patient at York Medical Practice
7th May 2018


I am a trainee teacher with an anxiety disorder. Dr. Parsons told me that ‘teachers don’t have anxiety disorders’ and that I shouldn’t go into teaching if I have one. Terrible advice from a terrible doctor who clearly doesn’t know a thing about mental health and what people with anxiety disorders need. I was disgusted by his attitude towards me and I hope that no one else ever has to experience what I did. My advice? If you have mental health issues, don’t go to Dr. Parsons.

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Written by a patient at York Medical Practice
17th June 2017


I agree with all the other patients who have left comments about Dr Quentin Parsons. I am a relatively new patient and his advice and treatment have been outstanding. I moved to my present address 9 years ago and didn't look for a new GP until a few months ago because I feared I would never find such a good doctor as I had at my last address. I was wrong. Dr Parsons surpasses all normal standards an NHS patient could reasonably hope for.

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Written by a patient at York Medical Practice
13th February 2016


I have had the pleasure of meeting Dr Parsons twice in the surgery. He gave me good advice about my blood test results on the first occasion which did not involve any preaching, rather some gentle suggestions. On the second occasion Dr Parsons was really supportive of me regarding my line manager who was putting a great deal of pressure to return to work after my operation. He supported my request for me to return to work with a week of amended duties which was a huge relief to me. Thank you so much Dr Parsons for listening. I think you're a great doctor.

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Written by a patient at York Medical Practice
23rd May 2015


It takes longer to wait for an appointment with Dr. Parsons because he is very popular! He is a very good GP indeed and very friendly and I have known him for a number of years now. He patiently explains the ramifications of various conditions and brings the wealth of his knowledge and experience to bear in his diagnoses and treatments.

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