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Qualifications and Experience
As a board certified Allergist and Immunologist it is my pleasure to provide comprehensive care in all areas of allergy and immunology for children and adults. I believe that listening carefully to the patient and working collaboratively with the patient’s primary doctor is the key to finding a successful treatment plan.
Verified Patient Reviews
I did not see Dr. Sheen as I had thought, but I did really like the doctor I saw. There was a slight mix-up with my appointment, but everything still went very smoothly. I'm basically allergic to every tree in the state, but the doctor and the staff made me feel comfortable and well taken care of. I will definitely be going back as they are very conveniently located, friendly, and I will now be getting shots to help with these nasty allergies.
I would re-train one of your receptionist (marie) basic knowledge of allergy and benedryl. I specifically told her i took benedryl the day before the appointment. Come to find out i'm not suppose to take one 3 days before the testing. Thank you for wasting my time and money.
Friendly staff. The doctor is ver professional
The doctor was excellent and I would recommend her to anyone who needs an allergist in the area.
Parking: I've been to this place twice, although there's parking in the backside of the office but it's tiny. Finding parking space has been difficult both times. Office: It smells like an old downtown house. I personally didn't like it, considering I have allergy & asthma. Front desk: They are nice but selective. I didn't get a hello nor can I help you when I entered but other patients behind me were greeted properly. Staffs: I've seen 2 medical assistants, both times I was there. The one that helped me seemed like she didn't want to be there. I pay for my treatment/services, I'd like to be treated well. Costs: Speaking of costs: Expensive. Yes, I know my symptom/diagnosis. I've been doing this for over 15 years. Doctor Sheen: She doesn't smile nor talk much. She seems nice but looked uninterested in treating me. I do prefer a doctor who smiles and who is excited to treat their patient. This place isn't that bad but if I had other options to choose from, I would. I need to do more research to find the right Doctor FOR ME. :-)
Everyone in her office is polite and easy to talk too and u can tell they generally like their job - made it very comfortable!
I liked her. I can't prove it but she seemed genuinely concerned about helping me find the reasons why my allergic reactions keep happening. During a previous visit, the head doctor seemed a little dismissive. But Dr. Sheen stopped and listened to what I was trying to tell her. I would recommend her based on my two experiences with her.
Dr. Sheen was very friendly to my Korean-speaking mother, and spoke to her in Korean. The staff there are friendly and great. It's always a pleasure to go back to the office and is not a hassle at all. Would recommend to anyone who needs to go to an allergist!
I was fortunate to be able to make the appointment the same day, & I was able to check in online. At the office, I was seen within 30 minutes, & all medical staff was friendly & courteous.
The doctor was very informative very knowledgeable good listener and actually was trying to pinpoint what was wrong with me definite definition of a good physician
Not sure. I'm not sure a lot about the appointment. I will go back for testing and figure out whether I will follow the treatment plan. If the injections (mentioned) are too frequently, I may have to regroup and figure out a closer location (whether to home or to work).
She was helpful with my health issues
Good Doctor and meets all of my needs
Probably my worst experience with a medical office ever. First, you're making an appointment not with "Eun Ho Sheen" but with the Asthma/Allergy Center. They're a chain with 22 locations. This is their Old Bridge location. Anyway, booking the appointment itself was pretty bad - ZocDoc worked great, but then they called me on multiple occasions to confirm certain information, but they never seemed to write any of it down because different people called again for that info. Then they rescheduled my appointment. When I finally had my appointment, there was a bit of a wait before I saw a doctor, but nothing extraordinary. The equipment the nurse used before the doctor could see me was about thirty years outdated - clearly hand-me downs from another office, and it took several tries for them to get a pulmonary reading. At least when the doc actually came in he was very professional. Straight to the point, good information, answered all my questions, gave me the prescription I needed. Told me to come back in two weeks any time before closing for my first dose of allergy shots. They said they closed at 6. Sounds great. Two weeks later I came in at about 1:30 for my allergy shots. The receptionist greeted me, I signed in, she said a doctor would be with me soon. So I sat there and waited..and waited...and waited....20 minutes passed and I was getting frustrated, so I asked the receptionist when a doctor would be available. To my surprise, she looked up cheerfully and told me they don't open until 2PM. First, I've never heard of a doctor's office with such odd hours, although I've been told that allergists have weird hours in general. Fine, granted. But to not mention that to me two weeks earlier, or even when I got there clearly too early? Ridiculous. I sat it out and waited. A doc came in at 2:05 or so, I was seen pretty quickly, and got my first shot. At least that went okay. From here on I was determined to get my shots at a closer location - at my university health center. They told me it wouldn't be an issue, they sent off the requisite faxes, packed my vials, and sent me on my way. Told me I should have no issues getting the shots at the health center. Fast forward a week later and I walk into my health center to get my shot. The nurse opens the vial case, finds a single sheet of information about my shots with nothing about procedures, dosing, or anything that is legally required for them to actually give me the shot. The one thing they needed to give - legal instructions - they utterly failed at. Of course I couldn't call the office branch because they open at 2! (This was about 11:30 AM). I opted to call the main branch to get the information from them. Surely they would have it. I got through to a receptionist who informed me they don't keep any records of anyone online, and I could only get it from that branch. 22 branches and they don't sync data across any of them! Completely ridiculous. The only good thing here is that the doctors they hire are perfectly reasonable doctors. But the organization itself is horrible. Stay away.
very helpful.. I will recomend.