key Patient Login
Vaccines Not Nutritious

Your body does not require: Aluminum, Mercury, Polysorbate 80, or Formaldehyde, yet they are commonly found in vaccines... Says Dr. Suzanne Humphries
Scorecard for...
Dr. Jeffrey E Wong

Urologist
Alexandria, Virginia



Photos submitted by noako:
  
Upload Photo related to this doctor's business

Average score



6



10 = best, 1 = worst

4 ratings

Read Comments (or scroll down)



Location

Edit Location

Alexandria Urological Associates
2616 Sherwood Hall Ln
Alexandria, VA 22310

Add New Location

Website

Edit Website

www.medicaldoctorratings.com

Phone

Add Phone

Create Scorecard

More doctors of the same specialty in VA:

10 Dr. Andrew Joel Arlington
9 Dr. Andrew Chung Manassas
2 Dr. Raymond Costabile Charlottesville
1 Dr. Roger Weiderhorn Alexandria
1 Dr. Sunil Patel Farifax
1 Dr. Roger Wiederhorn Alexandria

Doctors: Add your own free profile to help get the word out about your service.












Or, keep up with this doctor by RSS










No ads shown on this page per our advertising policy.



Page

 1 

Overall Score
as rated by Kit3
Year of Treatment
Login to Edit
Overall score given by Kit3 on 08/21/13

10



10
Not given Dr. Wong listens carefully to me and adjusts his treatment options to suit my concerns.   He is very intelligent and cares about his patients.  He is well thought of by his peers because he one of the Washingtonian magazine's top doctors.  He is one of the best physicians that I have visited, and I have seen a lot!


Is this scorecard helpful? Yes / No

Nursing Staff Office Staff
10
9
Cost Medical Equipment
no score given no score given
Office Waiting Time Appointment Availability
9
9
magnifying glassBrowse list of doctors in VA

Detailed search

Make a scorecard for your doctor



Always assume that all comments on this site, while potentially helpful, are opinions and not necessarily factual. DoctorScorecard does not verify the comments made here to be true.

Keep our freedom of speech alive. Encourage others to rate doctors in your area.



Responses to Kit3's scorecard



Post a response to Kit3's scorecard

All recent responses to all doctor scorecards on the site







2 responses to this scorecard
Overall Score
as rated by WMarsh
Year of Treatment
Login to Edit
Overall score given by WMarsh on 04/11/08

10


WMarsh edited this scorecard on 10/30/08

2 responses to this scorecard

This scorecard was voted helpful -1 times

10
2008

I was appalled to see the negative comments about Dr. Wong.   I have been a patient of his for many years and my experience with him has been nothing but the best.  Dr. Wong has been nothing but professional and provided me with exceptional care.  One of the few physicians that take the time to explain everything to me.  He removed my kidney and saved my life.  The kidney tumor was cancerous.  The only question that I have is why didn't that man sue Dr. Wong if all of those things happened to him.  Here is his website:

http://www.drjeffreywong.com




 



Is this scorecard helpful? Yes / No
This scorecard was voted helpful -1 times

Nursing Staff Office Staff
10
10
Cost Medical Equipment
no score given 10
Office Waiting Time Appointment Availability
10
10
magnifying glassBrowse list of doctors in VA

Detailed search

Make a scorecard for your doctor



Always assume that all comments on this site, while potentially helpful, are opinions and not necessarily factual. DoctorScorecard does not verify the comments made here to be true.

Keep our freedom of speech alive. Encourage others to rate doctors in your area.



Responses to WMarsh's scorecard

Comments by admin on 04/17/09, 9:25 am

The following comment was submitted by an anonymous user.  I am copying and pasting the comments on their behalf:

It has been said that doctors are judged by how many they save, not how many they maim or kill.  So, if you are one of the lucky ones who has been saved---lucky you.  What about those who have been sacrificed?  Are you not appalled by that?  How many sacrificial lambs are too many?  Keep in mind, doctors are paid to not make mistakes.  Thousands of flights take place every day, but when one plane crashes people are horrified by that one little mistake.  Now consider that medical errors are the fourth leading cause of death in the US.  Now are you appalled by the comments of one of Dr Wong's victims?  Why should the victims be silenced?  What if the victim was someone you loved?  The medical industry is filled with incompetent and unethical doctors.  Search more Websites--check out 'www.acancerdoctor.com'.  Is that not appalling behavior for a physician?  What should we expect from the doctor that we pay to 'save' us? 



Comments by villi on 04/17/09, 2:40 pm

Dr. Wong, even if (hypothetically) an organ you decided to remove from some other patient turned out after the fact to have been cancerous, the fact remains that removing a person's vital organs without verifying beforehand that they need removal is a very stupid thing to do.  Botching the surgery on top of that already horrific error just puts it over the top.  You should find another, less dangerous, line of work.  And no one is fooled by this fake scorecard you made for yourself.




Post a response to WMarsh's scorecard

All recent responses to all doctor scorecards on the site






Page

 1