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Dermatology reviews in Woodbridge

  • D
    Hwang, Dr. Richard J.
    The doctor took one look (barely) and wrote a RX for the strongest medicine out there... I was kind of hoping for a little more interaction before going to the extreme... also the MD was very hard to understand.
    - Jane S.
  • A
    Hwang, Dr. Richard J.
    We showed up at the office and after a few minutes went to a separate room. A technician asked why we were there and we told her. After a few more minutes Dr. Hwang showed up. He said Irene had a benign growth. Irene said she wanted if frozen or burned off. Dr. Hwang said he would burn it off. He had an instrument that had a tip with a thin wire on the end. It heated up and he carefully burned the growth off her forehead. It was very quick and painless. Irene said she just felt a little warmth. Dr. Hwang applied some petroleum jelly to what was left of the growth. He said it would heal in about ten days and that we should just put petroleum jelly on it.
    - Demos L.
  • C
    Hwang, Dr. Richard J.

    Recently in July 2015, I have completed the lab work as requested by Dr. Hwang. Came in for a office checkup on August 2015. I've been calling to checkup on my lab results and have they refill my "existing RX"? I've called back several times throughout the week and the next week still no calls from his office on the status of my lab results and prescription being faxed to the pharmacy. I've called my CVS Pharmacy and they have done their part but still NO ANSWER FROM DR. HWANG'S OFFICE! Since July 30, 2015. How many weeks does it take to submit proper documents to and from to a pharmacy?!! It's not a new RX just refill.....

    I'm not a new patient, nor is the medication that he hasn't filled yet. I called today (9/23/2015) and receptionist turned me away and said everyone is busy and I'd get a call back later. When? She's said when their available in a rude tone over the phone.  I wasn't rude but as I hear again no refill has been submitted to the pharmacy yet.  The pharmacy has faxed them two different times a prescription request. No answer.... Wouldn't you be bit annoyed that nothing is being done?  This is a healthcare provider, a "specialty doctor" that you have to pay a higher co pay (If applicable) and still no refill on a existing RX. 


    - Minhchau H.
  • D
    Hwang, Dr. Richard J.
    This office all around is AWFUL. Don't waste your precious time!! My experience with this office has been horrible and unprofessional.
    I had an appointment one week ago today. Originally the appointment was scheduled for over a week out, which after a few days I called back and told them I couldn't wait any longer and needed to be seen that day or had to go somewhere else to be seen. They scheduled me that day (which is great, but not sure why I couldn't have been scheduled sooner the first time I called). I had called in the morning to get the appointment and someone from the office called me back a couple hours later to confirm my appointment. Yes, obviously I am coming considering I just called a couple hours ago to get in (this was my first clue that there was a communication issue with the office admin). I verified my appointment time and she said it was a different time than what the admin specialist had told me in the morning. She rudely replied with, and quot;well we're not even open at that time.and quot; I felt her attitude was unnecessary, and I later confirmed that they actually were open at the time I thought my appointment was set for, so perhaps the staff should brush up on their office hours.
    Anyways, I went to my appointment and walked into the very small waiting room (where you undoubtedly will be spending quite some time). My first impression of the office left nothing to be desired. Small, stuffy, old office furniture, lots of people waiting in almost every chair, and 2 unprofessional office staff. I waited, and waited, and waited until I was finally called back... oh, only to wait some more in the exam room. The exam rooms are ancient looking and very untidy for medical standards. I recall a loose bottle of some medicine or anesthesia sitting open on the table when I walked in. Not very safe considering anyone could have tampered with or taken it at any time. Nothing looked prepared or laid out for the doctor like you would typically expect to see in an exam room. I probably waited again for a solid 25 minutes before the doctor came in. The tech did ask me a couple questions, but was not very professional and cared more about telling me about her children than listening to or notating the reasons why I was there. I noticed that there was a huge rack of magazines and figured it was to occupy patients so they didn't complain about the excessively long wait times due to overbooking.
    The doctor finally came in and I could barely understand him. He doesn't speak very good English and didn't seem to want to answer my questions. I felt like he rushed the entire appointment. He completely missed one of the reasons why I was there, until I reminded him about it. I think it was because he didn't read any of the notes the tech took, or perhaps the tech didn't write them down... regardless of the reason, a FAIL. He asked me to pull up my shirt to show him the rash on my torso and the DOOR WAS WIDE OPEN. He realized and quickly shut the door as if he was in such a rush to just get my appointment over with. I asked him a few questions, and of the responses I could understand, he acted almost defensive and laughed at me as if I was a moron for trying to understand. Then he had to numb me for a biopsy and in the meantime saw one or two other patients, so I... waited... some... more.
    He came back about 20 minutes or so later, all the while I could hear the entire conversation of the appointment next door. The lack of respect for patients in this office is APPALLING! After he stitched up my arm from the biopsy, he told me to come back for a walk in appointment 7-10 days later and I could expect results the following week.
    Well, today (7 days later) I went in to get my stitch out (I mean the fact that they want to charge me to come in to snip one little stitch is ridiculous, but ok). The office was PACKED of course and my results had not yet come in. Same unprofessional office staff. The staff told me they could not take out my stitch because I had not waited 2 weeks. I told them the doctor told me to come back in 7-10 days. Again, another office communication issue. Because this office completely overbooks appointments, I was going to have to wait until the patients who were there waiting could be seen. I do not want to guess how long that would have taken. I'm guessing hours. I left.
    I'm still skeptical of this doctor's diagnosis, and I have no idea how this office has gotten away with such horrible miscommunication and unprofessionalism. It is truly baffling. All I know is that I will NOT be going back and will strongly recommend anyone I know to save their time and NOT go to this office. I drove 2 hours to take my son to a very nice dermatologists office in Maryland just so that I did not have to endure the painful experience of going back to this office and can say that it was worth the drive.
    - Andrew A.
  • A
    Hwang, Dr. Richard J.
    Everything went well. My wife was first diagnosed about a month ago with dermatitis, by an urgent care physician, based on comparing her rash to pictures. She was referred to a dermatologist, who wasn't rated well on Angie's List. Because of this, we didn't use that doctor. Dr. Hwang treated my wife in the past for a similar condition and because he was the highest rated local dermatologist on Angie's List, we used him again.
    He determined my wife did not have dermatitis, but had a type of psoriasis. He gave us lots of free samples of a spray, which started to clear up my wife's rash in 2 days. She still has an itch, but she doesn't look bad. He also gave her a prescription. When she was followed up on 7/17, he gave us more samples, so we still haven't had to fill and pay for a prescription.
    - Demos L.
  • A
    Wolfe, Dr. Kelly J.
    The office is easily found on GPS, and I've never had a problem finding parking. The office staff is somewhat brusque, but efficient and polite if not friendly. The waiting room is dated, but you don't usually wait long - Dr. Wolfe is almost always punctual. They are willing to work with you if you don't have insurance that will cover their services.
    Dr Wolfe herself is thorough, friendly, and knowledgeable. I highly recommend her as a provider.
    - Cindi M.
  • A
    Hwang, Dr. Richard J.
    She was very satisfied with the procedures she had done. She just started using them. He was very available. His office is very easy to find. He did what she wanted done. His treatments are very effective and fast.
    - Deborah E.
  • A
    Alexandria Associates In Dermatology
    Everything was wonderful - from the ease of scheduling (I was able to get in a week and a half after calling to make the appointment -- which is pretty quick, considering most dermatologists have a month's wait!) to the greeting upon entering the facility to the cleanliness and welcoming nature of the waiting room to the doctor's bedside manner. I never felt rushed or like I was imposing on anyone's time. Dr. Bray came into the room and asked me about my eyes, how long they'd looked like that, etc. He gave me his expert opinion on what was going on, provided me with a topical cream to apply to my eyes, and assigned me the homework to determine what had caused my and quot;acute allergic reactionand quot; in the first place. He didn't believe it was eczema, but rather a specific allergic reaction to something I'd been putting on my eyes.
    Lo and behold, he was right. No more L'Oreal eye makeup remover for me!
    I would definitely recommend Dr. Bray and this practice for dermatological needs, and will likely be back to have a couple of moles looked at in the future.
    - Andrea R.
  • A
    Eid, Dr. Mark
    He is very professional, intelligent and knowledgeable. He also has a great bedside manner and is very caring. The office is beautiful and the staff seems proficient. I had to wait for a little while, but it wasn't bad.
    - Jeff W.
  • A
    Glassman, Dr. Bruce D.
    Dr. Glassman said that my daughter has a form of eczema so it made sense that she was scratching. He gave me a prescription for a medicated moisturizer which I started using on her body every night after her bath. It stopped her scratching immediately and she has not had the problem since. I only wish I'd taken her to see Dr. Glassman years ago.
    - GABRIELLE G.
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