Ratings for Dr. Andy Wong
Complete incompetence. He wrote a prescription for a drug I'm allergic too. I was specific and told him I'm allergic don't give me that drug, I get to the pharmacy and sure enough It was the wrong one. How someone so dumb and incompetent could become a doctor is behind me. Perhaps they sell medical degrees in Cracker Jack boxes?
I wish I could leave a better review for this GP but unfortunately the service has degraded so much over the years that I find it difficult to say many positive things. As a long time patient I've seen his quality of care diminish substantially since he first opened his practice. Dr Wong does over book to the point that you are waiting at least an hour after your scheduled appointment time to see him. His former attentiveness and willingness to listen has been replaced by the weathered "I've seen this a thousand times before" attitude. I've already moved my family to a different practice and I would suggest that if enough families continue to do so he may be able to refocus his career to something approaching his former level of care.
Very personable, but ignores your concerns. I complained of pain for several months and he kept telling me it was "just arthritis." I finally insisted on and x-ray and found out I had metastatic cancer in several areas of my spine, pelvis, sacrum and liver. He knew I had a history of breast cancer and didn't investigate if there was cancer in my bones even though I asked him directly if that was a possibility. I immediately changed Dr.'s and would not recommend him to anyone.
I saw him for a bit but he neglected my health, ignored my requests and was abusive. Ive had people in healthcare tell me they were surprised that I was seeing him. They said he was " different". I agree, unreliable and inconsiderate. Talks about himself constantly. Go elsewhere while u still have your health
Very friendly which is great if you want a personable doctor; however, it also greatly increases your wait time. Space your patients further apart so that you can talk to them AND not inconvenience the next patients. Had a few issues re: prescriptions that worsened a condition but admittedly, he does not have a crystal ball. You do have to be persistent if you want the health care you need.
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