I saw him when I was in the hospital. He seemed to really care and went out of his way to explain everything and make me feel like an actual human than just another patient. I was scared and he was very comforting. He went over and above!
Dr. Fink had never seen my husband, who was in critical condition from an unresolved esophageal rupture and on the cardiac floor, came in the room and proceeded to tell us that he was going to transfer him to the rehab floor because he didn't need such intensive care. At that time my husband had three tubes in his chest and a thoracic drain in his back. He had a staph infection on his lung and a fungal infection in his pleural cavity. Dr. Fink didn't even look at the patient. He would have died.