Report First post: How do you get GP to listen? in Dysautonomia Discussion Posted February 21, 2019 Point taken. At my GFs appointment yesterday, we asked if her GP was taking on new patients, and the answer was yes, but only family members. I'll be making the switch. I lucked out here. It's not easy to find a good GP. It's not particularly convenient to get to (downtown Toronto, so I'll be training it in from the 'burbs). The way I figure it, it sit in my current GPs office for 60-90 minutes, or spend the time in transit to Toronto. I'm always impressed when I see the operation at Toronto Western Hospital. They are almost always on time. The nurse takes several BP readings before you see the doc. Everything is electronic. It's a teaching hospital and her GP heads up the wing. The resident docs always ask questions. They genuinely seem interested. My GP, on the other hand, is always thumbing through a folder of papers a couple of inches thick to find info.