Swedish Physicians Downtown

★★★★★
  • 1001 4th Ave Ste 420

    Seattle, WA 98154

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  • 206-320-3351

About Swedish Physicians Downtown

Hours
Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm;Sat. - Sun. CLOSED

Health & Medical

Health & Medical
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I've been going to Dr. Roe for a few years now, and I think she does an excellent job. She is extremely thorough and takes the time to listen to everything I have to say. Also, I do have to say that the receptionists are great. However,

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I've been going to Dr. Roe for a few years now, and I think she does an excellent job. She is extremely thorough and takes the time to listen to everything I have to say. Also, I do have to say that the receptionists are great. However,

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I saw Dr. Lin for the first time a few month ago, and then again recently. I just moved here to Seattle. She was really fun and funny. Coincidentally we both were in Hawaii at the same time and talked a little about our common travels. ! I

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I saw Dr. Lin for the first time a few month ago, and then again recently. I just moved here to Seattle. She was really fun and funny. Coincidentally we both were in Hawaii at the same time and talked a little about our common travels. ! I

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I first saw Dr. Klein 3 years ago thanks to a friend's referral. During that first visit I found her professional and pleasant. Her "bedside manner" was sincere, though somewhat brusque.

This past June I visited her a second time and left very disappointed. She projected that "I'm too busy for you" junk that patients receive too often from medical professionals. Her language and questions made me feel like she was projecting stereotypes of gay people onto me. When I asked if she could refer an Asian American dermatologist to examine some hyper-pigmentation on my face (which is indeed prevalent among APIs) she was dismissive, which struck me as surprisingly culturally incompetent. Though I've come to expect it from "Western" doctors, she also did not conceal her contempt for holistic/homeopathic treatments I had pursued to address chronic low-level cold symptoms.

I don't doubt that Dr. Klein is a competent doctor. I am disappointed, however, that when I left my most recent encounter with her (and it will be my last), I felt like I had been chastized for being honest, for asking questions, and for wanting to engage with my doctor about my healthcare options.

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I first saw Dr. Klein 3 years ago thanks to a friend's referral. During that first visit I found her professional and pleasant. Her "bedside manner" was sincere, though somewhat brusque.

This past June I visited her a second time and left very disappointed. She projected that "I'm too busy for you" junk that patients receive too often from medical professionals. Her language and questions made me feel like she was projecting stereotypes of gay people onto me. When I asked if she could refer an Asian American dermatologist to examine some hyper-pigmentation on my face (which is indeed prevalent among APIs) she was dismissive, which struck me as surprisingly culturally incompetent. Though I've come to expect it from "Western" doctors, she also did not conceal her contempt for holistic/homeopathic treatments I had pursued to address chronic low-level cold symptoms.

I don't doubt that Dr. Klein is a competent doctor. I am disappointed, however, that when I left my most recent encounter with her (and it will be my last), I felt like I had been chastized for being honest, for asking questions, and for wanting to engage with my doctor about my healthcare options.

 

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