Mark Myungjae Song does not have an adequate amount of comments to generate the sentiment analysis.
This office is too chaotic and unorganized. Too many old naive patients that gets taken advantage. <br>If you're looking for honest caring doctor, this is not it. Look further. If you stick with this office, you're nothing but another file.
Not a great start. <br>Mark Song is my new MD I have yet seen him, but I went to the office today to drop off my insurance information in hopes to speed up the process when I actually have the appointment. I get there around a little before 1025. I walk into the office and I see the front desk and the lights are off, but there is a window with blinds where I can see people behind it. I figured maybe the receptionist ran out for a minute to do things. I wait till around 1030 and call the number (714) 6260700 and a nice lady picks up saying "Hello, Doctor Song office." I said "are you guys open?" She says, "yes, the LA office." I said, "but I called the Fullerton office and I'm at the Fullerton office." She says, "sorry its open tomorrow, the calls are forwarded here." I state, "ok but the office is open and I just walked in?"<br>So what bugs me is that on Google it states the Fullerton office is Open and closes at 5pm, also there is a sign that says the office is open. Pictures attached. Just wanted to make this office aware that its not a great sign for a new patient that office hours are posted online, and at the location; but yet you guys are not open. Just annoyed I wasted time driving down.
I read negative reviews on Dr. Mark Song and I think they are racist. I decided to give Dr. Mark Song a try. A mistake. <br><br>I don't like to write negative reviews but I want to warn the public about him. I believe in public service and writing review is one. <br><br>I don't speak Korean. Luckily ladies on the front desk speak English. Over the phone, it could sound you are getting bad customer service, well that's the way they talk. <br><br>The front waiting area is nice. There's a water vending machine, jojo bear drink (has sugar, taste sweet), and cupuupacino machine. The front waiting area has big tables that you can sit and read.<br><br>Almost 100% of patients speak Korean and are Korean so what you experience and saw in other doctor's office could be due to the difference in cultures, boy were they huge. Either the differences it's due to culture or because the doctor is from 2 or 3 generation ago. <br><br>There is a room with 2 beds with 2 IV poles. It reminds me of the wartime makeshift bunk bed place where wounded soldiers get treated. <br><br>The first visit, I waited in the front and got taken to a communal room to wait more and then got sent to an individual room to see the doctor. The doctor talked to me but did NO checking whatsoever. I was expecting the doctor would use his stethoscope to listen to my breathing, check my check, abdomen, reflexes and of course that one finger test where he stick his finger up in the you know what. <br><br>I have had one finger test done when I was 7. I didn't know i had a cavity that you can stick your finger in. I felt violated. The doctor didn't tell he was going to do what he did. Now I am much much older, I know what this test does and it's important to check for the prostate. The insurance is at least $460/month for Blue Cross Gold. I expected a full service. What are you thinking? A full physical exam service, that is. <br><br>I got my blood drawn by a nurse in the communal room, in front of other patients. There is no privacy. Not even anything to cover you. This is one of the culture shocks. The other culture shock is that war time like IV room next to the restroom. <br><br>But what this one star rating is for is for the lack of care Dr. Song provided me. <br><br>Read up the reviews here: <a href=/redir?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.vitals.com%2Fdoctors%2FDr_Mark_Song.html&s=382c75be2199e4e14ff106e14f55a289a448fcf18552a7306afdd60597f2b109 target=_blank rel=nofollow>vitals.com/doctors/Dr_Ma…</a><br><br>I went 2x for the physical yes I had to go back 2 times. The first time the front desk lady asked me for a copayment. I had Blue Shield Gold plan one of the best and cost about $460/month. I reminded the front desk no copayment is needed for general physical and I was there only for a physical exam. <br><br>What did the doctor do? Nothing. no check, whatsoever. just ordered blood and urine test and prescribed a drug for high blood pressure. <br><br>That's not the surprising part. About a week later, I received an email log in to an online portal. I looked at the report online and it said the eye, throat, and other tests were done the patient looked normal. None of those tests were done. It's a complete lie.<br><br>The doctor did not check my throat, reflexes, eyes, tap my body to check organs. The doctor did not listen to my breathing or heartbeat or even touch me. NONE whatsoever. <br><br>I might as well had gone to a web doctor where you see doctors online or on the phone. <br><br>In the second visit, the doctor did NOT even touch me, let alone check my eyes, throat or listen to my breathing. I wonder if he even uses his stethscope. <br><br>He has his PhD. He is better suited to be a doctor in an academic settings rather than in setting working with patients.
Saw this doctor on friday, told him ha ringing in right ear and earache in same ear, told him been coughing for 3 months since got bronchitis and still am wheezing when walking short distances. He never listened to my chest, did not look in ear. Asked them to call in refills of my prescriptions to Walgreens for my diabetic meds. Never called them in ran out of insulin on the weekend due to lack of caring from this office, time to find another doctor, would NEVER recommend this place to anyone who is sick or needs a doctor who cares. This office was a joke.
It's not often in life you get a glimpse of divinityrather an illusive treasure as its always disguised as mediocrity, a clown or a little bird singing consistently requiring no praise or recognition. So with this in mind we visit Dr. Mark Song.<br><br>Regarding his patient, last time we rushed to Mammoth Hospital ER because of "Out of Control" BP 205/115. Post consult with Dr. Mark Song about 8000 ft. elevation concerns and a prescription for Clonidine was written. No emergency room visit this time.<br><br>After several visits, research and observations of patient interactions, we conclude divinity can be found under the brilliant care of Dr. Mark Song, Professor, Surgeon, and Internal Medicine specialist in Diabetes and Nephrology, thank you.
Check DocInfo.Org for any disciplinary action against this provider.