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With my new insurance came Dr. Yun as my new primary Physician. My first visit was ok, Dr. Yun was very friendly BUT had some input to a medication I had been on for over 12 years. We discussed it and I agreed to wheene off it if I can. Dr. Yun refilled all my medications....except this one, which also is a very important medication for my condition. I did not know he did not refill it and found out through the pharmacy. Calling the Doctors office, I got no answer, just a machine...having to leave a message and waiting for a return phone call that never came. I called for 3 days and the pharmacy called me daily, telling me that they had been trying to reach Dr. Yun because the Pharmacist knew that I should not just be off this medication! So, I walked into the Doctors office and asked what was going on. The staff told me that the Doctor was not in and I had to make a new appointment....which was 2 days later. By then, I had withdrawl symptoms.... Going to my appointment, I was told that the Doctor had to leave and I could not see him and needed to make another appointment. I told the staff that this is unexceptable and I need help and needed the staff to get the Doctor on the phone to clear this up now. They told me they left him a message.... Umm? The next day was my daughters wedding and we were to go out of town...so what now? I calmly but assertive told the staff that I need them to get the Doctor to at least call in a 3 day refill before I am in a total freak out withdrawl....or it will have consequences that he had left me hanging like this, knowing what kind of medication it is and what the danger of being off it without a Doctors plan and supervison is. Miraculously I had a 10 days refill waiting at the pharmacy later that day. Still no phone call. No return phone call. No instructions. Today, I had another appointment.... Dr. Yun had my labwork and told me that he is very concerned about my high sugar level and he needs to run specialty blood tests because he needs to find out what level of Diabeties 2 I am at. I was surprised and asked questions....we discussed Type 2 Diabeties. We also talked about the one medication that was not refilled before and he again told me that he did not like this medication much and I had 2 choices: stay on it forever or tough out the withdrawl symptoms.... Umm? I told him for now he needs to refill it and I will try to wheen off it and we see how it goes. He prescribed 10 pills for 10 days. I left the office with a new lab request to get all these Diabeties testing done and wondered....what the heck is that about? My daughter is a nurese and told me to call and asked how high my blood sugar level actually was, so I did. Well, my bloodsugar level was a 110 and done when I had a cup of coffee with sugar and milk in the morning. 110....not even high for any small concern!!!!! So, why am I told I am probably a Type 2 Diabetic and why order all these tests? They must cost a fortune.....right? AND....I also found out that at the first blood tests Dr. Yun ordered one without my concent and this particular blood test is protected under the law.....but Dr. Yun also had ABSOLUTELY NO REASONS for ordering this blood test on me.... I am really upset but I know what to do. My daughter is a nurse and the medical board is just there for situations such as this. ASK QUESTIONS - DO NOT JUST BELIEVE EVERYTHING A DOCTOR TELLS YOU! Educate yourself and QUESTION THINGS YOU ARE TOLD ! He really scared me today, saying I am a Type 2 Diabetic :( As if I have not enough crap going on health wise anyway.....geeezzzz
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I highly recommend no one visit this physician. Absolutely awful! This guy has no idea what he's doing. He is dangerous and should have his license revoked!!!!
Barring one individual, I the office/medical staff to be friendly and responsive. It is true the voice mail system does answer the phone frequently (without stating office hours), but I find that if I leave a message I do get a call back the same day. Otherwise, I just call back a little later. The dr. does seem to have a policy of requiring a patient to come in for an appt if any medication changes are going to be made - even if back to a medication that had been used previously. The dr. is friendly with us and our 3yr old (who IS allowed to go back in the exam room). However, he does not have good eye contact and can be hard to read as he does not express much emotion. He seems to be more conservative in his medical choices/treatments than some drs. We had some significant communication problems with his PA. So far, though, he has prescribed needed medications and will see a patient quite quickly, if need be. We plan to continue seeing this dr.
I went in for psoriasis which i have had for 20 years and at first glance he told me it wasn't psoriasis and i had to convince him that it was! I asked him for medication by name which he perscribed, once i got to the pharmacy i was informed that my insurance didn't cover the medication and recommended another medication. A month later i notice that the medication am using wasn't working so i call Dr's office back to have them call the original perscription in again as i would just pay cash for it, (Which by the way i had to call numerous times as his staff never answers the phone) and his response was "he needed me to come in again before he can call in a perscription that he had already perscribed" ...he wants to be able to bill my insurance for a visit first before he would do anything for me. He is terrible and would not recommend him.
I went in because my son was sick and he said nothing was wrong with him and excused me. 1 year later I take my son into urgent care with double ear infection and fever of 104* He's such in a hurry with you. I wouldn't recommend coming here..
Would only discuss one thing per visit to get max office calls from medicare. Rude. Would never go back.
I always had to go to the office to make an appointment .when I did have an appointment he would always rush me through. His parents were Dr. as well and he was expected to be a dr. He is not a dr by choice but his parents choice. FIND ANOTHER DR!!! His office staff is just as bad.
I think Dr. Yun is a good doctor. My only comment is that the office phone goes straight to voice mail most of the time and that can be very frustrating.
I went in to see the doctor to get a prescription refilled. He later called me at home and realized that my lab results from LAST YEAR showed I had a serious result and needed medication for it. I could have felt better a whole year ago. NOT recommended!!!
This doctor makes many serious errors. He prescribed the wrong medication for me and if I had not done my own research I could have died. I went to pick up the prescription at the pharmacy and the pharmacist said the same. She had to call the doctor to change the prescription. Thank God I did some research!! I would not recommend him at all. He also does not show any care or concern. I asked him for a diet plan for my diabetes and high cholesterol and he stated, "a diet with no cholesterol". I will NEVER go back.