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  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
 |  Damaged Patient  |  show details
Jan 7th, 2014

After 16 years, he failed to provide a simple test for infection, as a result, the patient's condition became life-threatening. He then resisted tests and refused to prescribe any treatment. When we insisted on a test, we were abused by the lab techs, and I believe this was engineered by who-know-who. When I presented a DVD with video proof of a serious condition, Matthew E Conolly, MD, refused to view it. In front of four witnesses - he demanded a bribe to complete insurance forms for a wheelchair. All of this is on the record. When we asked for a 2nd opinion, Conolly blocked the request, and had the patient's plan terminated. Avoid Matthew E Conolly, MD. Then he started harassing another family member who was his patient; he often falls asleep during a patient examination. UCLA patient affairs backed him, showed no interest in the facts related to his performance.

  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
 |  15 Years of Bad Care  |  show details
Jul 5th, 2013

This doctor hates his patients; refuses to perform standard test; this may have contributed to a life and death emergency. He also accepted results from a test performed under dubious circumstances, despite a serious condition that was threatening patient health. When we asked to talk to another doctor for a second opinion, the patient was terminated; the patient was disabled, and we believe Dr. Matthew E Conolly, MD hates disabled patients. When you ignore serious conditions and suggest that no treatment should be done because the Conolly himself has the condition - you're talking about a narcissistic psychopath who refuses to talk to patients or be professional. Avoid this narcissistic psychopath Matthew E Conolly, MD

  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
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Jul 6th, 2011

Highly recommended. Top UCLA doctor. Full professor and is thorough and accurate.