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Posted on November 9th, 2017
He's a very poor listener, displays a hostile attitude and frequently threatens his inpatients with long term commitment to the state hospital and ECT over objection. If he threatens you with either of these things, you should know that the state hospital has very limited beds, and most patients get discharged waiting to be sent there if they do get committed. You should also know that Nasty can't get an order for any treatment over your objection without you being declared to lack legal capacity. It's not that easy to get. Also, you can protect yourself by naming a health care proxy who would make those decisions according to your wishes should you bevdeemed incompetent. Simply being a psychiatric patient, even inpatient does not strip you of your legal capacity. Don't be bullied and terrorized by this manipulative "doctor".
Posted on May 5th, 2017
Very caring, spent time with me and listened to my need/concerns, brilliant, consulted with other doctors to get me the best care possible
Posted on December 9th, 2015
George is a speculative freemason, not a craftsperson. The speculative freemasons developed out of the Rosicrucian Order, which practices Egyptian paganism. Rosicrucian teachings are a combination of occultism and other religious beliefs and practices. Its practicers believe they have been given special metaphyscial knowledge. They require a blood oath. They believe they are superior to the unwashed masses. George, himself, carries the masonic title of Worshipful Master. At one time, he was the Deputy District Grand Master at Large. If you want your health care left to this individual, that's your choice. Or maybe it's not your choice, since some of his patients are forced to deal with him. As far as I'm concerned, anyone involved in the Rosicrucian-derived speculative freemasonry is a megalomaniac. Educate yourself about these people.
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