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    Internal Medicine & Infectious Diseases Assoc Inc
    Dr. Jocelyn Wang and Dr. Ning, they are fantastic. They literally saved my life. They were doing internal medicine before and we were using them but they just sent us a letter that they're not going to be able to do both anymore. General and internal medicine it's simple but with infectious diseases they're phenomenal and that's what they're going back to. They are very good. I can't complaint about any of them. They deal with the worst of the worst. They keep a very light-hearted cheerful office considering how severe some of those cases were. They are very effective. They are right across the street from Bethesda North Hospital. When I collapsed my internal medicine doctor didn't know what happened he didn't even draw blood, the nurse there said, have you ever heard of Jocelyn Wang? She said, give her a call. My wife got me in there and they put me in the hospital right away.
    - Don O.
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    Internal Medicine & Infectious Diseases Assoc Inc
    My husband had a bacterial infection that was resistant to medication.   This practice saw him in the hospital and finally found a combination of drugs that seemed to work and made his fever disappear.  He went home on a picc line for IV antibiotics for about a month.  He was without antibiotics for two weeks when he developed a fever again.  He still was not feeling well so Dr. Wang told him to the to the ER.  He was admitted and started on more IV antibiotics.  When we would call the office with a question, our call would NEVER be returned no matter who we gave the message to.  My husband was released from the hospital on June 21, 2011 on oral antibiotics.  We were told that Dr. Wang wanted to see him in her office in one week.  We called and were told they couldn't see him for three weeks.  His family physician's assistant finally called them and got them to give him an appointment in a week.  The morning of the appointment, Dr. Wang's office called and said they would have to cancel the appointment.  They had scheduled him with another doctor in the practice and she had an emergency and had to cancel all appointments for awhile.  They said they would call us in a day or two to reschedule. That was one week ago and we haven't heard a thing.  We had told them that his antibiotic would run out in a day and we didn't know if he was supposed to have more or be finished.  They said they were aware of that.  We are finished with that practice and wouldn't recommend anyone use them in the future.
    - BARBARA L.
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