David K. Chen, MD

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Overall George Hutton at the Maxine Messinger Multiple Sclerosis Clinic is a good physician. He seems to genuinely care and listens to his patients. However he is at Baylor College of Medicine and that is sort of like a bureaucracy. It is an academic setting so you have to see a resident or fellow before you see Dr. Hutton. They examine you first. Also the residents or fellows are only there for a limited amount of time so you may not ever see the same one twice. This means when you go in you may also have to re-explain your history.

If you are looking for more personalized service then seeing a neurologist in an academic setting may not be for you. You may want to find one in private practice and there are several good ones in Houston that treat MS.

My only complaint is about Baylor's billing dept. They are not very good. My insurance is out of network so they make me pay the entire office visit at the time of my appointment even though my insurance will pay for me to see out of network physicians with just a $50 copay. Then I have a hard time getting them to file to my insurance and getting their billing department to pay me back. Right now they owe me $230 and I will have to call several times to get a refund check. That is very annoying when all I should have had to pay is two $50 copays.

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Overall George Hutton at the Maxine Messinger Multiple Sclerosis Clinic is a good physician. He seems to genuinely care and listens to his patients. However he is at Baylor College of Medicine and that is sort of like a bureaucracy. It is an academic setting so you have to see a resident or fellow before you see Dr. Hutton. They examine you first. Also the residents or fellows are only there for a limited amount of time so you may not ever see the same one twice. This means when you go in you may also have to re-explain your history.

If you are looking for more personalized service then seeing a neurologist in an academic setting may not be for you. You may want to find one in private practice and there are several good ones in Houston that treat MS.

My only complaint is about Baylor's billing dept. They are not very good. My insurance is out of network so they make me pay the entire office visit at the time of my appointment even though my insurance will pay for me to see out of network physicians with just a $50 copay. Then I have a hard time getting them to file to my insurance and getting their billing department to pay me back. Right now they owe me $230 and I will have to call several times to get a refund check. That is very annoying when all I should have had to pay is two $50 copays.

David K. Chen, MD Office Locations:

713-441-1100

6550 Fannin Street Suite 1901

Houston, TX, TX 77030

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713-798-5975

6550 Fannin Street Suite 1801

Houston, TX, TX 77030

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