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Internal Medicine reviews in Reston

  • D
    Medical Associates of Reston
    I���ve been a patient at this practice for years ��� because I thought the doctor I saw was thorough even though my impression of her personality is that she is aloof, even cold. Now she and the only other remaining doctor in this practice are requiring patients to pay at least $1800 (more for a family) for the privilege of seeing them ��� while there is a list of additional services you will receive, it takes only a quick glance to see it is just marketing as most are services a decent doctor would perform anyway. Well, in my opinion, it���s just not worth it to see doctors who don���t really care about their patients and don���t get the difference between treating people and selling products. (I heard over and over again that it is like any other business to justify this new ���business model.") If you are fine with that, then by all means pay the price of admission. But we live in an area where there are plenty of doctors and it just doesn���t make sense to me to see one who treats people like objects to be serviced. I���m not talking about the doctor as your buddy ��� just basic recognition of you as a human being. Who needs that for $1800 a year plus most of the costs you already pay? My advice is to find a caring doctor. There are still plenty of them out there.
    - Margaret O.
  • D
    Cholmondeley, Dr. Tessa M.
    I���ve been a patient at this practice for years ��� because I thought the doctor I saw was thorough even though my impression of her personality is that she is aloof, even cold. Now she and the only other remaining doctor in this practice are requiring patients to pay at least $1800 (more for a family) for the privilege of seeing them ��� while there is a list of additional services you will receive, it takes only a quick glance to see it is just marketing as most are services a decent doctor would perform anyway. Well, in my opinion, it���s just not worth it to see doctors who don���t really care about their patients and don���t get the difference between treating people and selling products. (I heard over and over again that it is like any other business.) If you are fine with that, then by all means pay the price of admission. But we live in an area where there are plenty of doctors and it just doesn���t make sense to me to see one who treats people like objects to be serviced. I���m not talking about the doctor as your buddy ��� just basic recognition of you as a human being. Who needs that for $1800 a year plus most of the costs you already pay? My advice is to find a caring doctor. There are still plenty of them out there.
    - Margaret O.
  • A
    Cholmondeley, Dr. Tessa M.
    Dr. Chomondeley was highly thought of by her peers in local ratings the year I was looking and that means quite a bit to me. Her mannerisms fit well with mine. I am an engineer and appreciate facts and data and she is very thorough in blood tests and other annual exam routines. She has been very flexible to my use of doctors outside of her network, but is readily available with recommended specialists if I ask. She, or her PA, has also regularly seen me for 'same day' calls when I needed antibiotics or other prescriptions for unplanned colds or allergic skin reactions. Bottom line, I am very happy with Dr C, I know she is looking at the details of my symptoms, providing me top notch medical advice and being extremely thorough without being overly aggressive with diagnoses or treatment plans. I highly recommend her and the Medical Associates of Reston.
    - Marion T.
  • F
    David Drew Clinic
    The quality of medical care is top notch; however, once the doctor walks out, the nightmare begins with your bill.
    What you don't know and aren't told before your office visit can hurt you financially.
    Their botique medical clinic "provides services to people of means" (a direct quote from one of their staff).
    In their initial letter, they are not open and forthright about their billing and that they do not participate with any insurance plans.  Their website is equally silent on these matters.  (That means they are out of network for all insurance companies and can charge you anything they want.)  Further, they do not tell you that they require/demand full payment (thousands of dollars) at the end of the visit.  
    Most of the tests are not performed in their offices -- they use Washington Radiology Associates, LabCorp, and Commonwealth Radiology (who group bills directly to David Drew).  LabCorp billed insurance for a part of the bloodwork (not sure why all the bloodwork wasn?t sent to insurance) and billed the rest directly to David Drew.  
    At the end of the office visit, the ?closer? comes in and tells you they expect payment in full  ... if you pay with a credit card, they charge you $150 more ... or that if you pay with cash/check, you get a $500 discount.  The ?closer? also tells you that you are now a ?member?; however, neither their letter nor their website says anything about ?concierge? medicine and membership.
    Some tests were not done at the initial visit and I wanted those tests removed from the bill, so I was told to make payment on the followup visit.  Between the two visits, I discovered the WRA and LabCorp charges were submitted to insurance and paid.  At the followup visit, I wanted these charges removed from the bill and David Drew was reluctant until I produced copies of the EOBs.
    After leaving the initial office visit, I requested a breakout of the charges and procedure codes and was met with resistance, causing me to make the request almost daily and get the same answer back -- that I could only get that information after I PAID IN FULL.
    The David Drew Clinic does not (and will not) provide you with a breakout of the individual charges that comprise total costs and/or the procedure codes.  Without the procedure codes and the breakdown of charges, you cannot file an insurance claim.  I was not allowed to leave with an itemized bill unless I paid in full, so I left -- stating that I would pay when I got an itemized bill with procedure codes.  I was verbally abused by a male staffer who yelled at me for 20+ minutes when I balked at being required to pay in full without an itemized bill.
     
    When I returned to work after the followup visit, my office phone had a message light.  The voicemail was from the male staffer (who'd yelled at me and verbally abused me for 20+ minutes), suggesting he should pick up a check from my house that evening (still not agreeing to provide me with an itemized bill and procedure codes)!  I have never heard of a doctor's office going to such extremes to collect payment.  (Collection agencies aren't allowed to harass and intimidate in this manner.  There are legitimate ways to collect a debt ... demanding payment on a patient's doorstep is not one of them!)
    Because I wasn't allowed to have a breakout of charges and procedure codes, I don't have a bill ... and, thus, I don't know what I owe.
    When David Drew takes you to Commonwealth Radiology and/or Washington Radiology ... be sure that those providers are going to bill your insurance directly (that they aren't going to bill David Drew)  Be sure you read every form before you sign it ... to be sure you're not signing away anything.
    So, my advice to both "people of means" and those less fortunate ... go to the David Drew Clinic at your own [financial] risk!
    The doctor was great.
    The overall experience was ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE!  (If I could use something other than an "F", I would.  I'd give them a Z- if that was possible.
    - Margaret C.
  • B
    Internal Medicine Group N VA
    routine lab tests that I have done several times a year. Blood sugar results were elevated to a range of concern, but the doctor's transmittal letter said everything was normal. If I hadn't gone through the data myself I wouldn't have known that I am pre-diabetic.
    - Roberta F.
  • C
    Medical Associates of Reston
    I had an appointment, had a lab test done, and was supposed to be called with the results 3 or 4 days later. No one called. Left a message. No call back. Called again, told that a message had already been left and couldn't tell me when I'd get a call back.
    - Candy S.
  • A
    Lee Medical Associates PC
    Dr. Lee was almost always able to fit me in for a last minute appointment and he has an excellent bedside manner. He listens well and takes the time to explain things. Although his office was in an old row house, I never felt like I got anything less than the best medical treatment. I would still be seeing Dr. Lee as my primary doctor, but I changed jobs and I am no longer close to his office (old or new).
    - Elika N.
  • A
    NOVAMED Associates PC
    Dr. Long and his staff are outstanding! They are professional, efficient and friendly. Dr. Long takes his time and listens well. I had Dr. Long as my internist when he was with Mt. Vernon Medical Associates. He was good then and even better now, with a more friendly and efficient medical staff.
    - Donald D.
  • A
    Chadha, Dr. Vijay K
    I was seen without an excessive wait, Dr. Chadha is competent and compassionate but operates a very busy practice. He has been my Primary Care doctor for many years, through a number of insurance plans, and I have always been covered. He seems genuinely concerned about the cost of health care and helps minimize his patients' out of pocket expenses wherever possible.
    - Leon N.
  • A
    Medical Associates of Reston
    I found them on Angie's list and made an appointment for a physical and an eye issue. They were able to schedule me very quickly and did a very thorough exam. Dr. Perry has great bedside manner and is easy to discuss any issue with. When I told them about an ongoing eye problem I had they were able to make a referral to a neurologist very easily and within a short distance of our home.
    - Michelle R.
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  • 1st Care

    6505 Briggs Rd
    Warrenton, Virginia