I was under this doctor whilst on the NHS in c.2002. I found him abrupt to the point of rudeness, uncaring and ill informed. He told me that I had Stage 4 endometriosis whilst I was still groggy from anaesthetic and that if I did ever conceive I would never carry to term (i had suffered two miscarriages by this point). I conceived my son in 2010 and he was born safely at home. My endometriosis is under control and I am damned thankful that I no longer have to see this doctor. I complained about him at the time through PALS and had my concerns brushed under the table. By the sounds of it at the time I was not the only one with this complaint and it is obvious he treats patients better when he is getting paid more.
This doctor is an expert in his field. He is approachable and kind, thank goodness he was treating me as I had a good outcome. Thank you.
Having worked at KGH and Queens Hospital myself. I find Mr.Opemuyi to be a well respected valuable member of staff. He's is respectful, a good listener very knowledgeable, caring and no job to small. He's a great teacher and mentor. His bedside manner and treatment of staff and patients is unquestionable. It is a pleasure to work with him.
I have been suffering with severe abdominal pain for far too long, so finally when my referral came through I was so very happy, I had investigation done initially, on my second visit I was seen by Mr Opemuyi, he put me at ease, gave me all the information & more that I needed, his team in Out patients were totally amazing, I can't name them all by Uluma was so professional & so caring.. I left with my first set of injections.. To cut a long story short, I am writing this 4 days post Op, Mr Opemuyi and his team were second to none, I could not fault them from start to finish, even though I was last on the morning surgery list, I was comfortable and given reassurance. My student nurse Renee and the Sister on the day surgery unit Cathy were totally amazing, Renee was attentive, professional and gave such care both before & after my operation. I left the hospital at 7pm after checking in at 7: 30am but the wait was worth every minute. I am looking forward to a speedy recovery, but just had to share my experience at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Romford and will be recommending ALL my family & friends. This is my second experience with Queens as My Mother had her chemotherapy & Radiotherapy after her operation at London Hospital, I can say hand on heart the staff we have come into contact with are a credit to the hospital & their profession. I say a huge thank you, from my family and I.
Short link to review Mr Isaac Opemuyi: http://iwgc.net/eedam