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  • A
    Northern RI Allergy & Asthma Center

    I think it was a good hour before we got to see the Doctor. First we waited for 45 minutes in the waiting room, than we waited another 10 or 15 minutes once we were brought inside. The Dr. when he came he was very nice, very professional, very cordial. He listened to our questions. My dad was having some issues so the Dr. ended up just doing a basic allergy test in the office and it turns out that my dad is not allergic to anything. The Dr. recommended some drops to put in his nose to see if that helps. We are kind of in a holding pattern. But, the Dr.'s manner when he was finally there he was very professional. He was very nice. He is soft spoken I read that people thought he mumbled but I think he is soft spoken. I didn't have any trouble hearing him, he didn't have any trouble hearing us. The office was very convenient, the staff was very friendly. Other than like waiting over an hour, everything else was fine.  I would recommend him because he is very knowledgeable about what he does.

    - Attiya M.
  • C
    Lancker, Dr. Janine Van
    Have been seeing Dr. Van Lancker for several years now.  She's pleasant enough, but not a great doctor.  Seems more worried about patients coming in so she can bill for an office visit even though I'm in the office at least once a month for injections and haven't been having any issues and have been using Allegra for over six years.  Really?  I need an office visit before you'll renew my prescription?  Also, the staff is terrible including the nurses.  They're slow, never communicate and give you attitude if you happen to ask them something.  I'd switch to another Allergy doctor in a heartbeat if there was another close by.
    - Jeff P.
  • A
    Valerie Augello Carregal, DO,PC
    By the time I was able to get into Dr. Carregal's office, my upper respiratory issues were resolved. But since this was a problem that was *coming and going* I went in to see her anyway. This provider really knows her stuff! I was tested for FALL allergens and found out I am indeed allergic to some weeds and trees (no more sleeping with an open window!) She gave me lots of good suggestions for what I can do in my apartment to help alleviate my upper respiratory issues. She also gave me documentation so that I could get reimbursed from my flexible spending plan (I intend to by an air purifier).
    She leaves you with samples of medications, and instructs you how to use them. I have mild asthma so the instruction is appreciated as I do not use rescue inhalers that much.
    Her waiting area is very *clinical.* Great music from a Bose Music System in the background.
    - Lisa J.
  • D
    Bailey, Dr. Sally Joo
    It took several weeks to get an appointment, and when I finally got my appointment, the treatment I received left me feeling as if I was a low priority. I was given a standard patch test on my forearm, and was told that I was and quot;normaland quot;. I pointed out that my eyes were watering constantly, I was coughing, I generally was feeling run down, I was having increasing number of asthma attacks, and I was getting hit with severe bronchitis 2-3 times per year (which lasted several weeks each). I was clearly reacting to SOMETHING. I asked if there were any other allergy tests they could run, and she told me that she didn't think it was necessary. I was a and quot;typical Washingtonianand quot;, and I just needed to accept this as part of living in the DC area. She then asked me to demonstrate how I use my rescue inhaler, and she told me that I needed to purchase some big long spacer adapter to attach to my inhaler. I asked why, and she told me that it was required for most (all)? inhalers. I asked why my other doctors or pharmacists never mentioned that before, and I have never seen anyone ever use one of those. I also pointed out that the whole point of a rescue inhaler is for me to have it in a pocket, saddle bag, or purse so it is handy, and this adapter was bigger than the inhaler itself, so it would not fit in most of those places! She seems pretty miffed that i questioned this, and told me that I can go ahead and do what I want. It was a complete brush off. I never went back.


    - Jacquelyn J.
  • A
    Bailey, Dr. Sally Joo
    It was a great experience. The doctor was thorough, approachable, knowledgable, and patient. The office staff were very curteous - on the phone and in person and were available for follow-up calls. I had a great experience and would definitely recommend Dr. Bailey.
    - Fatima S.
  • A
    Bailey, Dr. Sally Joo
    I have been to three physicians for my itching--two primary care and one dermatologist. Every one of them had read my history of hypothyroidism, but Dr. Bailey looked at my history and pegged my symptoms to Hashimoto Syndrome right away. The tests confirmed she was right. She took the time to call me with my test results and discuss where to go from here. She also recommended an endocrinologist who she felt was most familiar with my symptoms. I could not have had a better experience.
    - Mary L.
  • A
    Bailey, Dr. Sally Joo
    I had received another recommendation for a pediatric allergist from my doctor but would have had to wait 3 months for an appointment. I am in the process of introducing my 8 month old to solid foods and he has been suffering from eczema and hives so this just couldn't wait. I got an appointment with Dr. Bailey within 2 weeks. We did wait but not too long. I always expect to wait at doctors offices so I am not put off by this. The skin test did not use needles thankfully so my son did not cry or struggle which was a relief. They show you what they are doing and explain what a positive reaction looks like so that you know what is going on. The results take 15 minutes to develop which is a little difficult. During this time your child's back can not touch anything. Definitely a challenge. Dr. Bailey discussed the results with me and gave me literature on my son's allergies. She was quick and efficient but I did not feel like she was rushing me out.
    - Anouche Z.
  • A
    Bailey, Dr. Sally Joo
    My daughter and I really liked this office. Everyone on the staff we came in contact with was friendly, courteous, and competent. Dr. Bailey was great, and communicated so well with both my daughter and me. When we left, my daughter asked "can she be my regular doctor?" It is rare these days to have such a positive experience at a doctor's office. I recommend Dr. Bailey very highly. One comment about scheduling: like most practices at Arlington Hospital, this doctor is hard to get an appointment quickly with. However, they did call when they had a couple of cancellations, which made it possible for us to get in much quicker than we had originally expected.
    - melodie t.
  • F
    Bailey, Dr. Sally Joo
    We called to schedule an appointment for a child with suspected allergies. No appointments were available for over 60 days. The receptionist recommended we schedule anyway as a back-up to seeing another allergist. We went to another allergist (within 2 weeks). 80 days later we received a bill from AANV with a $30 "no show" fee. This policy was never explained to us. When asked why we did not receive a "courtesy reminder" call about the appointment the receptionist bluntly replied, "We don't do that."
    - Charles H.
  • A
    Bailey, Dr. Sally Joo
    I like her. I like the fact that she seems very knowledgeable and thorough. She did a skin test and lab work to find things that can cause allergies but aren't necessarily allergies. She altered my asthma medication as well when I discussed that with her.
    - MICHELLE G.
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