Dr Bernadette Coker is a Pulmonologist, Respiratory Medicine, General Internal Medicine, physician have practice in London Bridge Hospital in London . Dr Bernadette Coker has 101 views and 1 review. 1 patients voted for the doctor, average rating 1.00 out of 5.
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FRCP, MD, MSc, Dip Med Lead, Cert Med Ed

Consultant in Respiratory Medicine is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of diseases of the airway and lungs, their linings and blood vessels, and the muscles and nerves required for breathing. Pulmonologist treats lung diseases including cancer of lung, tuberculosis, or TB (a bacterial lung disease), cystic fibrosis (an inherited condition that causes a sticky section that can affect the airways often causing infection), interstitial lung disease (scarring of the lung tissue between and supporting the air sacs), chronic cough, sleep disorders relating to breathing, eg obstructive sleep apnoea, pulmonary vascular disorders (affecting the blood circulation of the lungs). Doctors in acute internal medicine (AIM) provides the initial assessment, investigation, diagnosis and management of patients with conditions that have developed quickly, exhibit severe symptoms life-threatening within the first 72 hours of their hospital stay.

  • Practice name London Bridge Hospital
  • Address 27 Tooley Street, London SE1 2PR
  • City London

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    Stay away from this „doctor“! You pay £300 for 30 minutes, from which 10 minutes are reserved for her dictating into her recorder. In order to get your blood test results, you have to pay another £300 to get them! Besides that, she‘s incompetent as anybody can be and has absolutely no idea what she‘s talking about! For example, for someone who‘s practising sleep medicine for 20 years, she had no idea that you can 3mg Melatonin prescribed in the UK. She made me feel as if I was absolutely nuts because she insisted that Melatonin is only available in 2mg and 4mg doses in the UK! Also, she doesn’t even know what she’s prescribing. She suggested that I’d take Nytol daily and when I mentioned that it’s an antihistamine, she looked at me as if I was stupid and scoffed at me saying „it’s definitely not an antihistamine, I don’t know where you even read that“ Well, on the website of Nytol it says: „Nytol One-A-Night contains a commonly used antihistamine called diphenhydramine hydrochloride“ But what would I know, right? She’s the one who „studied medicine for 16 years“ (which she will surely tell you during your appointment). Save yourself some money and peace of mind and go to someone else who actually knows what they‘re doing.

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