My name is George Mccormick and I live in Simi Valley, California. In May, 2014, I participated in a cross country motorcycle ride to commemorate Memorial Day in Washingon, DC. Upon arriving, May 23, I checked into my hotel. That night I awoke with severe abdominal pains. I was transported to Virginia Hospital Center emergency. I was diagnosed with a kidney stone (7mm) and Dr. Bernstein of the Urology Department was contacted at approximately 6:30 am. My dilema was explained to him and he immediately advised the ER doctor that he would respond. At approximately 7:30 am he was at my bedside just outside an operating room. He explained that he could perform a procedure that would enable me to ride back to California the next day. I consented and at 8:15 am I was in the operating room. I awoke in the recovery room and within an hour I was back at my hotel feeling fine.
The next day, May 25, I was able to climb onto my motorcycle and start the 2500 mile ride back to California. Due to the excellent care by Dr. Bernstein I was able to complete the ride home without difficulty. I cannot say enough good things about the treatment I received from Dr. Bernstein. I could not have received any better treatment and will always be indebted to him and his staff.
I’m a patient of Dr. Gregory Bernstein’s and this is just a grateful expression, to again, convey my tremendous appreciation to him, and his staff for the perfect “TURP” surgery that he performed for me on March 11th, 2014. Now at age 72, I am totally and absolutely free of each and every “BPH” symptom. Because of his surgical skills, I feel like a new and youthful man. I hope my words can influence other reluctant “BPH” patients to proceed, with the wonderful benefits of his knowledge and surgical skills.
Oakley N. Holmes, Jr.