Following a meeting with another BMI doctor I was advised I needed a hysterectomy. The initial Doctor only did abdominal hysterectomy and I wanted a laparoscopic hysterectomy. I asked to see a surgeon who was able to do this and AxA insurance put me in touch with Doctor George from our first appointment he put me at ease, he listened to my issues reviewed my history and advise a full hysterectomy. I had my surgery on May 15th. This was my first ever surgery, Dr George put me at ease and while I was in recovery he found my husband to let him know how it had gone, which put him at ease too. I would not hesitate to recommend Dr George. 2 days after surgery I was home and 4 days later I have been for a walk, my scars are healing well.
I met with this doctor at the BMI Alexandra in Cheadle and instantly felt relaxed during what was a stressful time. He listened like he actually cared which was nice and kept me fully informed. He has a sense of humour and acts like a human being rather than a robot but also has great empathy skills and ensures that you fully understand anything he says. I have met with him several times now and have had treatments and check ups. I would fully recommend this doctor to anyone.
I first met with Mr George in November 2014 when I was 28 to discuss the results of a biopsy which showed early stage cervical cancer. Mr George delivered the news in a compassionate but clear manner. After spending time discussing treatment etc he had to go to a meeting but changed his schedule to see me again later that day to answer any other questions I had. The treatment was a cone biopsy, relatively minor surgery, which Mr George was keen to get organised ASAP. Our discussion was on the Friday and I had the treatment on the Monday allowing me to move on from the diagnosis very quickly. I now see Mr George annually at the colposcopy clinic where he continues to make time to answer all my questions. All in all I feel in very safe hands and am thankful to be under his care.
His manner was indifferent and the solutions he offered to my condition, blinkered. Athough I expressed my wish to keep my womb, his opinion was that at my age, then 37, it should not be a major problem for me to have a hysterectomy, should the necessity arise. He did not suggest to me any possible alternative treatment for uterine fibroids. He did not offer the hope of treatment outside the scope of his own surgical area. His manner was unapproachable and completely self-centred.