Ratings for Dr. Natalie Chang
Worse Doctor ever. She shows no care for her patients. She puts words in your mouth. I went in with what was clearly a concussion. Dr Chang said a person cannot give themselves a concussion. Really? Not even if they fall. She attributed my inability to sleep to the time change, not because I told her my head was killing me. Head injuries are serious and require medical attention. Got nothing from her but a smile and dismissal of the problem.
Dr. Chang asks questions and is a very good Dr. Chang is a good listener and easy to talk to about one's aliments. I realize all doctors these days have tight schedules with their patients. Nevertheless, she never seem hurried but is very efficient. There is nothing wrong with that!
Formal, by the numbers doctor. I have many health problems but she doesn't seem willing to spend time discussing possible treatments or limitations of medications. She seems to want all problems to fit inside a predetermined box, and mine don't. I imagine she's good for most people who have "average" health problems that respond to mainstream medications and treatments. She does not seem terribly comfortable with treating patients with a mental illness (even if patient is seeing a psychiatrist for treatment of said illness).
Dr. Natalie Chang's Credentials
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- Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Of Yeshiva University (Grad. 1997)
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