Dr. Rhee is an excellent diagnostician and a knowledgeable and caring physician.
Always on time, good listener, excellent clinician
I had to leave a review because Dr. Rhee does not deserve these horrible comments, which I do not believe. Dr. Rhee always does a thorough exam. He listens to all concerns, answers any questions and then explains options. He has battled insurance companies for tests they deemed unnecessary. My husband and I have been seeing him for more than ten years and will continue to do so.
I appreciate the fact that Dr. Rhee always ask me if I had any questions or concerns!
I have been a patient for 5+ years and think that he and his staff are fantastic. Actually hesitate to leave a review since my only issue is his popularity means that I need to book a regular physical even further in advance. However, seeing a 3 of 5 rating is definitely wrong.
Didn't even listen to my lungs and it turned out I had pneumonia. I was 84 years old with lung disease. Shame on you
He hardly spends any time at all with the patient; the nurse was more available than he.
Very Attentive, thorough, friendly. Gets back to you very quickly, very happy with Dr. Rhee!
Never shared bloodwork results w/me, never verified accuracy of data on MyChart, and although my PCP never performed any exams like EKG, etc. Dr. Rhee prides himself on speed not on quality of care or quality patient's life. Likeable enough guy but I find it hard to believe he even has a medical degree based on performance. Of course, he must but he disregards the need to "First, do no harm."
Excellent Doctor. Very compassionate, competent, and intelligent. Could not recommend him more highly.
Dissatisfied with my blood pressure, Rhee recommended he would change or add BP prescription. During the PE he mentioned one I had been previously prescribed. Apparently it is OK for the doctor to reassign you to medicine that caused Hyponatremia causing you to almost pass out at work. No he simply forgot this happened. What If I hadn't forgotten? He is not caring enough of patients and likes to yell at you to get your PB up, driving the issue he is premeditating.
Dr. Richard Rhee is the typical example of a pompous, arrogant, and condescending doctor. I had great experiences with other doctors in this practice; however, he was the exception to the rule. His bedside manor is very poor and does not make new patients feel comfortable. He is hung up on his medical degree. Sorry pal, but you ARE NOT the only person in the exam room with over 8 years of post high school specialized training in your chosen field.
I have been a patient of Dr. Millers since the early 90's. He is the most fabulous doctor I have ever been treated by. He takes his time, is very thorough but most importantly, makes me feel like I'm his only patient. Fortunately, I am in good health and don't see him often. However when illness arises or an annual check up, I always look forward to the visit with him. I highly recommend this doctor.
She is so good, personable!
Denis Miller is one of the best clinicans I have known (I have worked at Johns Hopkins, Yale New Haven Hospital acculatively for 25 years. And Denis Miller MD has TEACHABLE bed side manner. When William Osler said 90% of the diagnosis is in LISTENING to the patient,
Dr. Miller must have heard him :)
We are so fortunate to be his patient.
Went for a yearly PE and he never listened to my heart or breathing. Never checked the arteries in my neck. Did not do a standard EKG or breast exam. He was more concerned with the names of the specialists I've seen than in examining me. He took a phone call in the middle of the exam and maybe he thought he did those things but he did not.