Ratings for Dr. Ralph Wong
This is the worst doctor ever. He does not care about his patients . I hope I can change to a different doctor . You can die and he does not care. He does not come to talk to you , sends in his assistant. I'm sure he gets paid for the appointment
The best doctor I've ever been in contact with. Thoroughly explains his process, and gets opinions from other doctors across the country to make sure he is doing the right thing. Communicates his research and findings well. He gets to the point, and you have to make sure you know what you're talking about if you ask him questions, because he's not here to mess around.
Shortly after my side affects showed up ,I was having some concerns, and I was informed by my Dr. "there are no side effects" 3 years of side affects , 5 or 6 different ailments , rash ,bleeding when bumped , blood blisters (no reason) severe cramps . Year 4, change of med (cheaper vision) worse side effects ,hugely swollen feet and hands , taken to ER with another "side effect" ,I was told by my Dr. "these side effects DO NOT EXIST" and did NOTHING !! for 22 months !! By this time a different type of cancer is growing !! but now after a few months the Dr. has decided I can't be saved and won't try to help !! FYI the Dr. had very few visits most are why an assistant
I'm sure he knows his stuff but he doesn't connect or communicate with his patient. I received the bum's rush during appointments. I had my file mixed up with another patient. Requests went ignored until a fill-in for staff tended to my request that day.
Mom was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in June 2012. Wimple was performed and chemo was suggested as a preventative measure. Dr Wong saw mom in Aug ordered 6 sessions of chemo and told mom it would be a breeze and we would be on a cruise by April. Mom did not respond well to treatment and only after my insistence was treatment stopped and dose reviewed. during the first 8 weeks of treatment mom lost 33 pounds, was never weighed on a regular bases by CC staff because "it was not ordered". Hbg dropped regularly and she was only transfused when I fought for transfusions. In April when HBG was down in the 70s and mom was being transfused, she was having difficulty breathing. The nurse did not want to transfuse because it appeared mom was in heart failure. She asked Dr Wong to come DOWN the HALL to assess and he refused, order lasixs and said she would be fine. When she was not fine 2 days later, took her to family MD who said she had blood clots in her lungs. She died May 24.
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