Young Iven S Md

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Dr. Iven Young is a world class Chief of Endocrinology with a major NY Hospital. I have been treated by Dr. Young since 1988. His is right on target EXTREMELY professional at all times. I think the person below is mentally ill and needs help. She has hang ups and believes that others especially in the medical profession are getting off on her breast. Get a grip lady, stop libeling Dr. Young. and get some psychiatric help. I believe you'll benefit from it

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Dr. Iven Young is a world class Chief of Endocrinology with a major NY Hospital. I have been treated by Dr. Young since 1988. His is right on target EXTREMELY professional at all times. I think the person below is mentally ill and needs help. She has hang ups and believes that others especially in the medical profession are getting off on her breast. Get a grip lady, stop libeling Dr. Young. and get some psychiatric help. I believe you'll benefit from it

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While I empathize with the woman who was obviously scared to see an older male doctor and know how she must feel, Dr. Young has been treating me since 1998 and he is about the ONLY male doctor I will see.

The reason he does those exams is because he treats many patients with a history of CANCER, and I am one of them.

I will say he has repeatedly answered me with surprisingly knowledgeable information on nutrition (most doctors only have 3-4 hours of nutrition experience) and contrary to the stereotype of older doctors is at the forefront of modern practices, while having the wisdom of years of experience which egotistical and often wrong other doctors don't have.

I generally stay away from male doctors for most conditions, but he is the one exception. When it comes to my life and well-being over discomfort in the examination room, I'll take the discomfort with such a knowledgeable doctor.

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While I empathize with the woman who was obviously scared to see an older male doctor and know how she must feel, Dr. Young has been treating me since 1998 and he is about the ONLY male doctor I will see.

The reason he does those exams is because he treats many patients with a history of CANCER, and I am one of them.

I will say he has repeatedly answered me with surprisingly knowledgeable information on nutrition (most doctors only have 3-4 hours of nutrition experience) and contrary to the stereotype of older doctors is at the forefront of modern practices, while having the wisdom of years of experience which egotistical and often wrong other doctors don't have.

I generally stay away from male doctors for most conditions, but he is the one exception. When it comes to my life and well-being over discomfort in the examination room, I'll take the discomfort with such a knowledgeable doctor.

Pros: 50+ year of knowledge and experience

Cons: Just the usual NY wait but not as bad as others

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I felt it was imperative to respond to aliacole's allegations below. This sort of libellous claim is exactly what makes the internet as dangerous as it is useful.

Dr. Young is an Endocrinologist. As such, he must inspect the upper body for unusual growths of the head, neck and chest regions. He also listens to the heart. The patient needs to remove clothing from the upper part of the body for this exam, but not the undergarments, and neither he nor his staff has ever requested nor insisted that undergarments be removed in the decade that I've been his patient. A gown is always provided, and is only opened during the portion of the exam that involves the torso.

If aliacole chose not to wear undergarments, that was her decision. I'm certain Dr. Young has seen everything in his 50+ years of practice, and a body on display is not a shock to him. But aliacole's discomfort was solely her own creation, and if she was nervous about displaying her body, perhaps she should have asked if undergarments should be left in place. Unless an internal exam is required, nearly all doctors say it is fine to leave undergarments on the body.

Dr. Young has saved my life, and countless others. He is highly respected in his field, and is an excellent and intuitive diagnostician. His skills are unparalleled, and his treatment protocols eliminated my years of discomfort. Any time I need follow-up tests, the technicians make sure I know how special they feel he is, with comments like, "do you have any idea who your doctor is? He trained me and nearly everyone in this hospital."

This is a man who could have retired long ago, but continues his practice with the same attention to detail and care as ever. He spends as much time as the patient wants, listens carefully, and responds with knowledge and empathy. New Yorkers are fortunate that someone with his skills and experience continues to share them with us.

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★★★★★

I felt it was imperative to respond to aliacole's allegations below. This sort of libellous claim is exactly what makes the internet as dangerous as it is useful.

Dr. Young is an Endocrinologist. As such, he must inspect the upper body for unusual growths of the head, neck and chest regions. He also listens to the heart. The patient needs to remove clothing from the upper part of the body for this exam, but not the undergarments, and neither he nor his staff has ever requested nor insisted that undergarments be removed in the decade that I've been his patient. A gown is always provided, and is only opened during the portion of the exam that involves the torso.

If aliacole chose not to wear undergarments, that was her decision. I'm certain Dr. Young has seen everything in his 50+ years of practice, and a body on display is not a shock to him. But aliacole's discomfort was solely her own creation, and if she was nervous about displaying her body, perhaps she should have asked if undergarments should be left in place. Unless an internal exam is required, nearly all doctors say it is fine to leave undergarments on the body.

Dr. Young has saved my life, and countless others. He is highly respected in his field, and is an excellent and intuitive diagnostician. His skills are unparalleled, and his treatment protocols eliminated my years of discomfort. Any time I need follow-up tests, the technicians make sure I know how special they feel he is, with comments like, "do you have any idea who your doctor is? He trained me and nearly everyone in this hospital."

This is a man who could have retired long ago, but continues his practice with the same attention to detail and care as ever. He spends as much time as the patient wants, listens carefully, and responds with knowledge and empathy. New Yorkers are fortunate that someone with his skills and experience continues to share them with us.

Pros: Extremely Knowledgeable & Kind

Cons: None

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Wrong! Outrageously wrong! The lady who complained about Dr. Young is 100% wrong. Dr. Young is both a gentleman and a gentle man.He has taken care of me for quite some time, and is always thorough; after all, he is an internist. I know that he has often been the only physician who can nail the proper diagnosis, after years of getting nowhere with other doctors.
He was probably checking this person for any differences on both sides of the torso, etc.

He has always been careful to follow-up regarding blood tests. He calls you himself.
Most other practices have a secretary call, if you are lucky. He will pursue any positive or equivocal results, and always starts with the least invasive tests.

I ask this lady to retract her heinous charges. The internet has a very nasty side. Anyone can say anything about anyone, even outright falsehoods.
Perhaps he sensed her hostility and felt that she would not carry out his directives, and so backed off.

It is a tragic event when a physician, held in the greatest esteem by his peers and by his patients, has to suffer slander.

PLEASE, website, take her post down. It is pure slander of a good man and such a dedicated physician.

Thank you for your attention to this very important matter.

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Wrong! Outrageously wrong! The lady who complained about Dr. Young is 100% wrong. Dr. Young is both a gentleman and a gentle man.He has taken care of me for quite some time, and is always thorough; after all, he is an internist. I know that he has often been the only physician who can nail the proper diagnosis, after years of getting nowhere with other doctors.
He was probably checking this person for any differences on both sides of the torso, etc.

He has always been careful to follow-up regarding blood tests. He calls you himself.
Most other practices have a secretary call, if you are lucky. He will pursue any positive or equivocal results, and always starts with the least invasive tests.

I ask this lady to retract her heinous charges. The internet has a very nasty side. Anyone can say anything about anyone, even outright falsehoods.
Perhaps he sensed her hostility and felt that she would not carry out his directives, and so backed off.

It is a tragic event when a physician, held in the greatest esteem by his peers and by his patients, has to suffer slander.

PLEASE, website, take her post down. It is pure slander of a good man and such a dedicated physician.

Thank you for your attention to this very important matter.

Pros: Dr. Young-a caring doctor. The first reviewer is WRONG.

Cons: None

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I chose Dr. Young because he was in my area and on my plan. I then moved so I saw a new doctor. I was shocked that the new doctor didn't have me undress as all of my meetings with Dr. Young had been conducted in a robe, and at times with the robe off and my breast completely exposed. I always thought it was strange that I was seeing Dr. Young for an issue in my neck but he wanted to see my bare chest. It was not until I saw the new doctor that it became clear how unethical and uninformative Dr. Young had been. I learned more on the internet than Dr. Young told me, yet with my new doctor I have learned several nuances and understand my health in a much more comprehensive way. Dr. Young left it up to me to schedule something with a surgeon and further more didn't order much of the proper and necessary tests needed to understand where my body was at with my illness. My new doctor set up a meeting where the surgeon, himself, and a head nurse were all present. I have had CT Scans, bone density tests, extensive blood and urine work, and parathyroid imaging done with my new doctor in less time than it took to get in with my second appointment with Dr. Young. My skin crawls when I think of Dr. Young. Not only because I feel violated by him, but because he didn't move fast enough or request the proper tests. Now my body has the bone density of someone 10 years older than I.

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I chose Dr. Young because he was in my area and on my plan. I then moved so I saw a new doctor. I was shocked that the new doctor didn't have me undress as all of my meetings with Dr. Young had been conducted in a robe, and at times with the robe off and my breast completely exposed. I always thought it was strange that I was seeing Dr. Young for an issue in my neck but he wanted to see my bare chest. It was not until I saw the new doctor that it became clear how unethical and uninformative Dr. Young had been. I learned more on the internet than Dr. Young told me, yet with my new doctor I have learned several nuances and understand my health in a much more comprehensive way. Dr. Young left it up to me to schedule something with a surgeon and further more didn't order much of the proper and necessary tests needed to understand where my body was at with my illness. My new doctor set up a meeting where the surgeon, himself, and a head nurse were all present. I have had CT Scans, bone density tests, extensive blood and urine work, and parathyroid imaging done with my new doctor in less time than it took to get in with my second appointment with Dr. Young. My skin crawls when I think of Dr. Young. Not only because I feel violated by him, but because he didn't move fast enough or request the proper tests. Now my body has the bone density of someone 10 years older than I.

Pros: Centrally located

Cons: Pervert and not informative

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212-675-9332

275 7th ave, 2nd Fl

New York, NY, NY 10001

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New York, NY, NY 10011

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