Ratings for Dr. Herbert S. Chin
The staff in front office are unprofessional, rude, the worst one is Jennifer, she is horrible, argumentive with patients, yells at , the bad part is she is related to Dr Herbert Chin. Dr Chin has a bad mouth for cussing. Dr Chin sexually harrassed me for years. He took advantage of my mental well being to his advantage and I was to dumb to speak up. All he did is over medicate me with pills, pills and more pills. I never got better. I'm just glad I don't see him anymore. I would never recommend this horrible nasty pig predator to anyone.
Absolutely the worst doctor I have ever encountered in my life! Not only he was always late and the wait time was long (45 minutes), he was very rude (even to his staff who were courteous to patients). He made inappropriate and discriminating jokes during sessions and refuse to communicate and understand my needs. Go to anyone but him would be my recommendation.
I have been seeing a therapist for counseling for many years and hit a roadblock. She suggested I ask Dr. Chin to evaluate for ADD and OCD. He had been continuing treatment from another doctor for depression and anxiety. I have both and he tried low dosages of medications first and adjusted brands and dosages as needed. He has been understanding and supportive. He puts me at ease no matter what I am dealing with. I highly recommend him.
This doctor likes to overly prescribe medication, that is, he will give you very strong medicine and high strength, without ever trying the lower strength first, and without educating the patient about the medication and its various side effects. He also likes to prescribe sleeping pills that are all potientially addictive to the patient, without informing the patient of this fact. He likes to stare at you like you are crazy, and is depressed himself. I recommend you highly NOT to see this doctor ever.
Dr. Herbert S. Chin's Credentials
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- Perpetual Help Coll Of Med, Binan, Laguna, Philippines (Grad. 1985)
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