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The perfect internal medicine doctor.
Posted on March 25th, 2016
In patient at Beaumont Hosp Royal Oak
Posted on January 8th, 2014
Dr. Wilkinson supervised my care. He took time to talk to me and listened to my medical history. He interceded for me with some very difficult nurses. He wasn't my primary physician, I wish he had been. He is senior staff and must be close to retirement. Very, very few doctors embody the qualities Dr. Wilkinson brings to medicine. Compassion and empathy, but also the force of personality to correct others as needed. If he is taking new patients I am going to be one.
Hands down, without doubt the finest physician I have ever known.
Posted on May 3rd, 2013
Dr Wilkinson is the most wonderful physician by whom I have ever been treated. His bedside manner is second to none. He is NOT the type of doctor with the high & mighty attitude some may have encountered. He is the polar opposite. I have never been treated by a doctor who was easier to talk to. He takes the time to listen to what the patient has to say. He is the modern day Marcus Welby! I sim
Posted on July 7th, 2012
Rude, ill-informed, pretentious physician who is not concerned about the patient. He is only concerned that his rules be followed but he sets these rules with little information.
A Gentleman Doctor, concerned, kind, compassionate
Posted on April 22nd, 2010
His old staff has been with him too long and think they have the right to disrespect patients behind his back. I call this workplace sabotage done base on a sense of entitlement and buildup of resentment of the respectful relationshiphe has with women patients they consider to be a threat. The old staff reveals herself as petty and jealous by going to great lengths to let a a patient know they are unimportant know she is not their caregiver, they are not important enough for her to do her job in the doctor's absence and the telephone is on recorder picking up messages at 3:00 p.m.in the daytime, peak business hours. When questioned about the lack of attention to a patient's needs being unaddressed because no one was answering the telephone,rather than apologize for not making arrangements for the patient's needs in the doctor's absence she told the patient she has no responsibility to remember they come in the same time every month,scolded them and finally called the doctor on call to address the patient's request like she was doing them a favor. Can you say passive aggressive? Everyone is important and if they are treated and spoken to differently behind the doctor's back,they are are damaging the doctor's reputation and relationship with clients.
Posted on December 3rd, 2014
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