ServicesMichael O'Leary, MD provides urology services in Boston, MA. A Urologist is trained to diagnose, treat and manage diseases of the urinary tract and male reproductive system, including prostatitis, kidney stones and urinary tract infections.
Please call Brigham & Women's Hospital at (617) 732-6325 to schedule an appointment in Boston, MA or to get more information.
This is the worst doctor I have ever been to, I am not sure how he gets 4 stars, first, he (they give me an appointment late Friday (this was 2 years ago) then He spents with me 5 min! that is it. this was about pain in the groin area, he says he can do a cord block injection, that is it! he did not even wanted to find out why this pain is there, where is it coming from etc. Basic questions you learn as a scientist or even in high school science class! He basically wanted to get rid of the patient quickly before his night out. he did not know how to cure it, Since dealing with this kind of pain, takes time, patience, research, this doctor was lazy at worst, incompetent at best! Simple as that. I don't know how he keeps his position at that hospital, He should go , do basic urology where he earn fast and easy. I did not wrote a review at that time, since I did not know about this website, Now I found it. For the patient who wants to see a doctor, who will cure you, or manage your pain, spend the time to understand your disease, this is NOT the doctor. He is there for material gain I believe. If you do not believe this, just make an appointment, go see then come back here and write a review. Regards.
The basic problem was that I was 20 minutes late due to traffic that I couldn't have predicted and he turned me away. I went to have him check up on a procedure that he had done a couple years prior and I had a concern about it. They asked me if I wanted to reschedule and I said "absolutely not". I talked to a couple other doctors that I see in the same hospital and they have referred me to someone else. Hopefully someone who dosn't turn away patients because they are 20 minutes late. Especially when the doctor may have made a mistake in the procedure that has resulted in slight discomfort for the last 2 years (in all fairness, this claim could very well be false). People are late sometimes. It happens when you have to drive from 40 minutes outside of Boston, into Boston. I know that's an inconvience for the doctors but, I had no control over it and would have waited until all of his other patients had been seen. I told them that. I prefer my doctors to be a little more understanding about small problems that I may have no control over preventing. Staff was very nice about it though. It's just the doctor's decision to not see me that I have a problem with.
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