interrupted me twice. corrected me. very demeaning. clearly did not give a whit what I thought or felt. never asked if there were any concerns just kept barreling through to get the physical over as fast as possible.
Dr. Murray is the absolute best in her field - and I trust her completely !
Dr. Murray is very efficient and follows through expeditiously - she notified me of xray results immediately by telephone without waiting for radiology report.
Dr. Murray is the most efficient doctor I've ever known.
Dr. Murray has been our primary physician for 8 yrs. She has called during my recent chemo treatment to say she was monitoring my care if I had any concern she would help. Wow, who does that anymore. WithiIn the 15 minutes which you guys give her she was able to go though all my meds, procedures and current condition. I have recommended Dr. Murray to others but her schedule is full because of all the other very satisfied patents.
I absolutely love Dr. Murray. She is approachable, very knowledgeable and kind. I never feel like I'm being rushed through during my appointments and I rarely wait for more than an hour for a response to a message on NorthShoreConnect. In fact, during downtime from employment, I opted to pay $200 more a month in order to keep her as my PCP. I would absolutely recommend her to friends and family.
Dr. Murray is extremely professional and very aware of the patient sitting in front of her
I share similar unfortunate sentiments as some of those who have already posted online. I am puzzled by the many positive remarks on the Northshore website for this doctor. I wonder if the positive ratings are from family members, friends, alliances or selectively chosen form the survey to reflect a positive rating for Sheryl L. Murray, M.D. That said, my experience with Dr. Murray, during my physical as a new patient was appalling. For example, she violated many points in the Patients Rights in the Medical Code of Ethics including but not limited to (a)To courtesy, respect, dignity, and timely, responsive attention to his or her needs and (c) To ask questions about their health status or recommended treatment when they do not fully understand what has been described and to have their questions answered. To elaborate, my visit started out with Dr. Murray walking in when I was completing a medical questionnaire. She rushed me, told me to click the "finish later" button even after I mentioned that I was on my last question. She then took over the questionnaire that I was completing - a questionnaire that I was told by the nurse to complete and she will notify the dr that I am still working on it. Then without giving me the privacy and dignity as required from a physician or really any human being, I undressed into my gown with Dr. Murray in the room. It was humiliating. I tried to brush it off while talking to her about my medical history and she was typing away on her computer. I felt unheard as Dr. Murray seemed more concerned about charting while I was talking. She did not look up from her computer which is horrible bedside manners. It seemed like I was just one of the number of patients she sees, unimportant and not worthy of her attention. The computer seemed more important than the patient. Also, when I asked simple questions about the results of a test, she said "that is for me to know and it will be hard to understand". Her response is in direct violation of the Medical Code of Ethics which state the following "Except in emergency situations in which a patient is incapable of making an informed decision, withholding information without the patient's knowledge or consent is ethically unacceptable". I have a right to know my test results and what they mean. She responded in a similar manner when I asked her what the normal range was for my blood pressure, her response was "there is no range, your blood pressure is excellent". That did not answer my question and I am certain there is a range for someone in my age group so she misinformed me as well. Later when I asked Dr. Murray to explain the medical terminology she used to describe a skin condition, she said "it is not concerning but I can refer you to a dermatologist if you would like" and then I followed up to see if I could once again get a simple explanation of the condition, she again stated the medical terminology and failed to elaborate. These are just a couple of examples, there ar
she is a smart doctor who clearly knows her stuff. however, she is not kind in her actions or words and is not approachable.
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