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Very Condescending - Avoid at all cost
Self-verified patient of Dr. Alice A Lee - Posted on February 12th, 2018
She act like a spinster headmaster instead of professional doctor. Her attitude is very condescending and always in a lecturing tone. Instead of trying to help you which is what we are paying you to do, she yells at you. She gives the attitude that I don't care and can't help if the patients' lifestyle are not up to her par. It seems like seeing her is frustrating her. If everyone are perfect, people wouldn't need to see you. She doesn't have the patience, caring, passion or the attitude of physicians. Avoid her at all cost if you don't want to be yelled at.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Alice A Lee - Posted on March 3rd, 2014
This woman is extremely rude. She does not qualify to be called a doctor. Her staff are extremely unorganized, and the office does not open on time. Avoid her at all cost.
shouldn't be a doctor
Self-verified patient of Dr. Alice A Lee - Posted on June 25th, 2013
The moment i walked in with my wife she was rude. She was very judgemental and made accusations of living a poor lifestyle. I work as a paramedic and have a general grasp on the medical field. She took that as a challenge to feel superior and belittled both my wife and i. She's condescending and was mad that my wife (the patient) didn't know much about thyroidism. She handed her pamphlets and told her to read up on it. She wouldn't answer our questions, and if she did it was with an additude. She's asked my wife to return for blood work 3 times and lost my wife's record and called us to get a copy of the blood work result. She's just milking the insurance companies by asking the patient to return for several blood test. My advise, stay away from her.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Alice A Lee - Posted on August 4th, 2012
Self-verified patient of Dr. Alice A Lee - Posted on July 25th, 2012
Dr needs to get a grip on herself. She is nasty then other times she is nice.. she runs like a faucet, drip, drip, drip.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Alice A Lee - Posted on March 8th, 2012
I went to see Dr Lee with my blood test. First she ridicule me for not doing any body check up. Then she told me I had thalasemia, which later I check with another doctor and confirm I do not have it. Then she asked about my grandmother, without ever meeting her, she made up medical problems about my grand parents. I don't know if she does that to all her patient. But she is very unprofessional to me in a sense that without going through thorough testing, she jumped to conclusion about my medical condition. Later I saw another doctor which is much more professional. I would avoid her if possible.
good doctor with rough manner
Self-verified patient of Dr. Alice A Lee - Posted on December 6th, 2010
She is a very good doctor with high professions. You need to listen to and follow with waht she tells you. If not, she would be upset. She goes to the point staightly.
Find a doctor with manners
Self-verified patient of Dr. Alice A Lee - Posted on February 22nd, 2010
I visited Dr. Lee in 2006 and my experience with her was very negative, so much so that I found another Dr. and never went back. She was rude and talked in a manner that was condescending because I was actually an informed patient and researched what I could about my health before getting there (hypothyroidism). I also asked her if she could be my primary Dr. (this was before I noticed how rude she was) and she said she would rather not?! I was surprised. Anyhow I would not recommend this Dr. to anyone.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Alice A Lee - Posted on July 30th, 2014
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