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Dr Alexander Doo and Dr Patrick Chan

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    Monty is offline Registered User
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    Hi Cocol,

    The details you supplied for Dr. Patrick Chan are correct. His office is in Tak Shing House in Central.

    I too am one of his patients and really like him. Like others have said, I find him very approachable and empathetic. I do find him very cautious and conservative but after my first pregnancy ended in a miscarriage, I was keen to see a doctor that took my fears about being pregnant again seriously.

    Hope you find him as wonderful as so many of us here already do!

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    Dr. Doo's Practice... don't believe all the hype you read on the forums.

    Hi, I tried Dr. Doo August 2010 and it was a pretty awful experience. Maybe HK Doctors are really into money, but every time I went there, the wait was more than 1 hour long. Several women complained about this. When I told this to Dr. Doo, he just shrugged it off as part of the practice. I find it extremely callous to expect expectant mothers to wait that long in a small room like that. How disrespectual of other ppl's time. I even asked other patients in the room because I thought maybe I was unlucky, but no, every one had the same complaint. And then when I wanted to transfer to another Dr. they wanted to charge me 200HKD for copying a few pages of notes!

    I think it is sad when Drs are so driven by money (I spent more than 8700 HKD during two routine visits) that all they care is profits.

    What a sad situation. I changed to another Dr.

    Just know that if you go there, you will have to wait a lot. If you have 8 prenatal visits, you are going to spend 8 hours in the waiting room.

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    Don't believe all the hype you read on the expat forums...

    I tried Dr. Doo and it was a pretty awful experience. Maybe HK Doctors are really into money, but every time I went there, the wait was more than 1 hour long. Several women complained about this. When I told this to Dr. Doo, he just shrugged it off as part of the practice. I find it extremely callous to expect expectant mothers to wait that long in a small room like that. How disrespectual of other ppl's time. I even asked other patients in the room because I thought maybe I was unlucky, but no, every one had the same complaint. And then when I wanted to transfer to another Dr. they wanted to charge me 200HKD for copying a few pages of notes!

    I think it is sad when Drs are so driven by money (I spent more than 8700 HKD during two routine visits) that all they care is profits.

    What a sad situation. I changed to another Dr.

    Just know that if you go there, you will have to wait a lot. If you have 8 prenatal visits, you are going to spend 8 hours in the waiting room. Know he is those "expat" doctors....

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