Dr. Leann Dew
Portland, Oregon Map
|Specialty:||Ear Nose and Throat (ENT)|
Adventist Medical Center
|Online Appt. Scheduling:||Unknown|
|Accepting New Patients:||Y|
Profile updated 27/06/07 Submit profile update Subscribe to profile updates
Dr. Leann Dew has a poor overall rating on RateMDs.com.
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Ear Nose and Throat (ENT)-related: ears, nose, throat, hearing loss, tonsillitis, nasal surgery, endoscopy, laryngology, reconstructive surgery of the head and neck, thyroid surgery, endoscopic sinus surgery, swallowing disorders, sleep apnea, vertigo
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||25/09/13||SYSTEM: 2 positive duplicate or disallowed ratings automatically removed|
||12/06/12||1||2||1||1||Service the worst I have ever had, dr was not a real Dr she wanted to dismiss me in less than 1.5 mins, she seemed to have better things to do than care about someone else's health||Respond|
Very, very long waits, appointment time mix-ups, four-minute consultations, confusing diagnoses and advice... On my first visit, her conclusion was that my problem was "clearly" seasonal. On the second, she said it was "clearly" not. Curiously, when I requested my records (which were illegibly handwritten and indecipherable, according to the ENT who did my 2nd opinion) the notes from my first visit were not included. The office staff never found them. And I do think charging upwards of $300 for a four-minute appointment borders on fraud.
Insurance: Blue Cross / Blue Shield
||17/06/08||3||4||5||5||Dr Dew is a specialist in Ear Nose and Throat problems. She is very professional and is a very caring doctor. In my experience she took my problems very seriously and recommended what seemed to be proper treatment. I am better now than I was before I starting seeing her.||Respond|
||27/06/07||3||1||2||Didn't take history or do physical. Stood in doorway with arms folded and told patient she was the professional and others were wrong when presented with facts. Issue was patient's problem and not due to any illness. She didn't believe there was such illness as CFS. It was mostly due to patient's misperceptions of stressors. It was obvious she knew very little about the illness and symptoms. She didn't believe it so it didn't exist. Very arrogant and unhelpful. The visit was a waste of time.||Respond|