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Allison Gorski, MD

4.7 out of 5 (150 Ratings)


Pain Medicine

About Allison Gorski

Dr. Gorski is a pain medicine specialist who supports the Southcoast Brain & Spine Center, Southcoast Centers for Cancer Care and Southcoast Physicians Group in managing the complex issues of acute and chronic pain.

Before joining Southcoast, Dr. Gorski was the chief of anesthesia and medical director of pain management at Saint Anne’s Hospital in Fall River, Mass.

Dr. Gorski earned her medical degree at Boston University School of Medicine. She completed her residency in anesthesiology at Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital in Brighton, Mass.

She is board certified in pain medicine and anesthesiology.


Allison practices at the following locations:

Southcoast Physicians Group Pain Medicine

206 Mill Road at the Cancer Center
Fairhaven, MA 02719

P: 508-973-9170

Get Directions 41.6536108 -70.88166089999999

Southcoast Physicians Group Pain Medicine

480 Hawthorn Street
Dartmouth, MA 02747

P: 508-973-9170

Get Directions 41.625282 -70.9559079

Insurances Accepted

Southcoast accepts most major insurance plans. Call the Southcoast patient registration department at 844-297-2952 or your health plan with any questions regarding coverage.

Provider Ratings

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Patient Comments (7)

  • Taking time for good listening and addressing concerns appropriately.

  • The staff starting from the time you walk in are professional in every way, they have a lot to do but give they give us the fastest service possible.

  • For an 11am appointment the wait time was at least an hour and a half behind schedule (perhaps longer) - this is becoming the norm. This is the second experience for an appointment at this time. No explanation was given by any of the staff or the doctor. From the conversations overheard in the waiting room, this is the norm. Face time with the doctor was less than 5 minutes (that is being generous). If the doctor is over scheduled because of unforeseen emergencies then they need to allot more time to catch up by scheduling less patients each day. If they are running behind because the appointments are running over then they should allow for that when booking appointments instead of having patients who are obviously in pain sitting for hours in a pain clinic waiting room, many of them in wheel chairs or dependent on public transportation, family members or hired transportation companies to transport them. Not only do these patients wait a month or two for each appointment, but they give up the better part of their day for this appointment for just a few minutes of face time with the doctor. All of this contributes to increased pain the following day and adding a few extra hours waiting does not help. This is a pain clinic - The least these doctors could do is respect their time and streamline the process so the appointments are on time. Then to be rushed through an appointment by the doctor after a long wait is also disappointing. That being said, the staff is always polite and when I have witnessed other patients complaining, the staff have never been rude to the patients. By comparison, I have never witnessed extreme wait times such as this this in other Southcoast facilities unless it was due to an emergency and the patients were updated.

  • I usually rate very easily and give a 10. My 7 is only because of the ridiculously long wait time this visit. It has happened before especially at the Dartmouth office. They need to schedule appointments more than 10 minutes apart. If something has come up since your last visit you need more time than that to discuss it. This starts backing everyone up. I didn't need even the 10 minutes myself this time. Just routine followup visit. But really, 10 minutes is ridiculous. I run into this in other South coast offices as well except my primary, [Redacted- about another provider]. Thank you.

  • I had questions for Dr Gorski she answered them very clearly now I understand more than what I did and I would definitely recommend your office to any of my family

  • Wait times in the waiting area are long.

  • I just wish it didn't seem like the visits were rushed with this provider. Sometimes you don't feel like you got to discuss what you needed to. Other than that she is a wonderful doctor.

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