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Ratings for Dr. J. Eric Choe

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Very poor office support. Discourteous, inflexible and unresponsive.

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flag | Submitted August 22, 2017

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Dr Choe seems to have very little time for me. Staff is the WORST.

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flag | Submitted June 8, 2017

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I don't rate doctors either, I feel as I was looking at the rating below me I had to agree- the staff is horrible. I asked to leave a message for the doctor to call me and they said he cannot do so, you have to see him in person for a consultation. If that doesn't sound money driven Idk what does! Very rude, unprofessional and do not know what custom service looks like- what if it was an emergency would I still to schedule an appointment? -Would not recommend my worst enemy.

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flag | Submitted January 9, 2017

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Never go to Dr.Choe. He is more interested in charging than helping you.

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flag | Submitted August 30, 2014

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I have visitied Dr Choe on several occasions. He has a conservative approach and is very clear with his explinations.

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flag | Submitted May 14, 2014

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I will give you the facts to let everyone judge qualification, humanity, ethics. Patient, 87, is in Emergency room and has emergency hospital stay for urinary tract blockage and chemistry messed up. Dr. Choe delays for a week procedure to remove the bladder stones, probably to avoid procedure in hospital (over Em. Medicaid) and see patient in own office. Patient continues to pass stones through the catheter, blocking the flow and forcing nurses to repeat painful procedures. Patient leaves hospital with catheter/pouch, asked to visit dr in his office. Removing the catheter is conditioned by payment hospital bill, submitted for Emergency Medicaid, or patient is thrown out. Patient is thrown out without being seen by dr because of patient's insistence to wait for Medicaid to decide. Delay increases urinary infection risk, especially dangerous at patient's age. Visit to another dr reveals that patient had not been medicated to enable removing catheter, thus delaying by another week.

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Submitted January 26, 2014

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He was wonderful. Did a procedure after work and always made time to see me. Very personable and nice to work with

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flag | Submitted November 8, 2013

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I normally don't write reviews for Dr's (good or bad), but this guy is horrible. Didn't do any standard examinations for prostate problem (no DRE, nothing). Dismissed my problem as dermatological and sent me away with some samples. Don't waste your time with him, go somewhere else.

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flag | Submitted June 24, 2009

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  • University Of Maryland School Of Medicine (Grad. 1986)

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