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I was referred by my primary care doctor to Dr. Yasmin Khan. Dr. Khan is a fabulous surgeon and doctor! She is kind, helpful, answers all questions and very professional. Dr. Khan is very detailed in identifying your female health issues. I ended up needing a total Robotic Laparoscopy Hysterectomy, due to precancerous cells and in less than two weeks I was back to normal, other than lifting anything heavy. I highly recommend Dr. Khan and her medical talents.
I had seen other Drs. before seeing her & not one seemed to take me serious or believe me about my symptoms, they only wrote me prescriptions for pain pills & sent me on my way after pymt. I literally would have died if i hadnt have found Dr. Kahn, she ordered tests right away after talking with me, was vigilant about follow up visits & blood tests & contacted me right away when the time came for hospitalization. Anyone that has her as their Dr. should know that they are getting one of the most passionate caring physicians. She is very busy but the "good" Drs. always are, have a little patience if your seeing her you'll be glad you did.
She took an unnessary biopsy when I never needed it. When I told my other doctor that she had done a biopsy on me without any bleeding, my doctor said that this wasn't the protocol. Khan decided to put me under unnessararingly just so she could get money from me. Another time I had an appointment and waited for 2 hours and then they told me that the doctor wasn't even in that day. They didn't even have the decency to tell me that she wasn't in the office. They wasted my time and made me sit around for hours.
I am happy with my experience with Dr. Khan and she really helped me and make me comfortable in my entire pregnancy period. She had listened patiently to all my questions and helped me understand things easily. She has always motivated me and I am really grateful to her for the beautiful gift of my life. One concern is I really had a long waiting time for Dr.Khan which I would want to mention here.Otherwie everything is good. Thanks Doctor and I would recommend my friends to you in future.
Excellent and caring physician. She was there for me every minute during my high risk pregnancy. Highly recommend!!!!! Dr Khan is very conservative and treats her patients like her family. She is a patient advocate all the way. She is very good which is why she has a lot of patients. Unfortunately she cannot be cloned and be at three different places at the same time- ie. delivering baby, doing surgery, seeing office patients, being a mother, wife, daughter, etc too all at once! She sure tries though! The world needs more Dr Khans!
I have been to Dr. Khan and she has always treated me with dignity. She has been thorough and expedient with my healthcare. Her staff is attentive and goes above and beyond to accommodate me. The wait time can be long, usually when she is delivering a baby, but it is worth it. She is a great doctor.
She was doctor for my newborn and had horrible time (Mentally, Psychologically, Emotionally, Financially)....Stay away from her and Methodist hospital (Richardson,Tx). FYI.. Many people had bad experiences in new born delivery and in most of the cases she was the doctor.
She is unprofessional, rude, loud, and improperly charges you $25 for various reasons throughout year.
During multiple visits with Dr. Khan, she dismissed legitimate health concerns I had (i.e. night sweats), tried to push anti-anxiety meds on me without reason (no other doctor I see has ever even suggested I need anti-anxiety medication) and also used her position of authority to indicate that my life decisions were wrong. She seemed to label you as a certain type of person before you even started talking based on your race, education and other information you have to provide your doctor with. All of my friends were horrified when I told them about my encounters with her. Finding a new doctor is time-consuming and there's always a long wait time since you're a new patient, but I did it after a few visits and I wish I had done it sooner. My new doctor, Dr. Melinda Velez, is fantastic - the opposite of Dr. Khan in about every way.
I've read the past reviews and I must say rating the Dr by her employees can be quite misleading. I've been a patient for about 6 months and can say that every interaction I've had with Dr. Khan was pleasant. She is personable, sensitive to my questions and available when an emergency arises (I can attest to all of these). Most of all she is knowledgable and presented me with options and encouraged the least risk option first. Per the staff, having worked in a clinic before myself I understand you can get the 'rushed' feeling and 'attitude' from the staff at times... At the end of the day you have to assess if its just a single experience or an ongoing issue. For me the staff, are overall very kind and helpful. Overall, I truly believe God has me in good hands.
I have been a patient of Dr. Khan's since 2008. I have been to 4 other OB/Gyn physicians in the Dallas Metroplex. All the physicians were Board Certified, as is Dr. Khan but she is the Most thorough and most caring.The office staff is about the same amongst all physicians. In this field of medicine there are emergencies. Babies decide when they want to be born therefore, the wait time is never the same for scheduled appointments.Her skills are current with the new Robotic technology. I highly recommend Dr. Khan.
I never write reviews but felt i need to warn future patients about Dr. Khan. She forces your to follow her decision and doesn't support you through the end. I will never go to her again. Her office staff is so inexperienced and don't risk your baby's health in their hands.
All about money not about overall care. My son was born over a year and half and they are still hounding me about $25 that they said they forgot to tell us about but my records and the insurance records show paid in full.
I am very satisfied with Dr Khan and will recommend her without hesitation.
I have waited more than 45 minutes in her office during my pregnancy visits. I went into labor the evening of the same day I had my visit to her office, 25 days prior to my delivery date. She checked the cervix dilation and told me everything seems ok and I will be delivering around my due date. I had a normal delivery next day, but she arrived 5 minutes later after my delivery, a nurse delivered my baby. On top of that, my baby had a nuchal cord twice around her neck when she was delivered and did not breathe for a minute or so after she was delivered. But I am thankful that her heart beat didn't go below normal at that time.All the nurses in the room were alarmed and there was such a tense situation in the room. I lost my trust on her and I cannot refer her for anyone else's baby.
Three of my friends went to this Dr. The doctor never had time to talk to the patients or never visited them. The only person visited was the practicing nurse.The nurse is extremely rude and does not write any details of the patients visit in their file.I could only say that the nurse is extremely ignorant and Dr.Khan having this nurse take all her patients responsibilities in her clinic is very irresponsible. I would never recommend any of my family or friends goto her.
I had an unexpected health issue and Dr. Khan and her PA were excellent with my diagnosis and care. I will not be going back, however, because of the office staff. I have gone to this office 3 times and have been billed incorrectly each time. When I spoke with the billing person she made me feel like I did something wrong. She kept insisting that I must have come to the office 2 days in a row on one bill and that's why I was "correctly" double billed. Nothing in her record book showed I was seen 2 days in a row and I insisted to her that I was at work on this "second day" so it would be impossible for me to be at the MD office. Each billing issue was them double billing me, and the billing person just said she would "take care of it" for me as a "favor". It was their mistake so shouldn't she take care of it as her job?? I also had issues with my appointments being cancelled. I received notice one day before for one appt and just a few hours before my scheduled appt on another occasion. The cancelled visits were due to surgeries the MD had to perform- both were scheduled surgeries, not last minute emergency surgeries. If these are scheduled conflicts, shouldn't I get a notice well before just 2 hours before my appt? I really do like Dr. Khan and her PA, but I don't have time with my hectic work schedule for my MD appts to keep getting cancelled at the last minute.
Not only she is superb doctor, but an amazing person, I always recommend her to all new expecting mothers.
This letter is to inform you of events that took placed and where unnecessary. Originally, I went to the doctor for my yearly check-up, from that visit I was never inform of the result and then when I contacted the office that stated that they only contact you if something is wrong (which I was not aware of). Then doctor said that if I began to have a period to contact her, which I did. When I spoke to the office they told me I needed to come into see the doctor. When I arrived I had to wait for two hour (30 mins in the lobby waiting to be called and 1 hours in the exam room). Then the doctors visit did not last but 10 mins and it was not the doctor but the nurse practitioner which was not pleasant. As she explained what she believed was the problem. She only gave me one option and did not even try to explain the issue. Being a patient, I feel that it is the job of a doctor to do only what is necessary and in a professional and educated way and making the patients feel at ease. The only option she gave me was for a procedure to take place in the office. I explained that I did not want to do the procedure but the information she told me, made me concerned and even scared. And she only used physician jargon which I did not understand. As she did the procedure it became very painful and I informed her to stop and she fused. And this did not improve the situation. Now that I have seeked a second opinion, I was told that the procedure was not needed. I now have been billed after the insurance was submitted and paid and all for a visit that was not handle professionally or correctly.
She is a good doctor and a great person.
Dr.Khan is a marvelous physican, surgeon and a truly compassionate person.She is extremely through and gifted as well. She and her staff are without a blemish.I had to have extensive surgeries and was very nervous,Dr.Khan and her staff were more than supportive and caring through out the entire process.I cannot recommend her highly enough.(And have to all of my female friends and family members.)