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Dr. John McHenry, MD

Oculoplastic Surgeon, Ophthalmologist

Dallas, TX

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4.4
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One of the staff members, with whom I performed several tests, did not explain the test very well. I also expressedconcern that I didn't think my eyes were dilated properly, and I was ignored and fed lines about "first timers" and different eyes react differently (which I can understand and respect). I've had them dilated before and I know what that experience was like. Low and behold, leave the office, look in the mirror, and my eyes were DEF not dilated. I left the doctors office with more questions than answers. I saw the doctor for maybe 2 minutes over the course of 1.5 hour visit. Felt like a factory. I'm seeking a second opinion.
One of the staff members, with whom I performed several tests, did not explain the test very well. I also expressed concern that I didn't think my eyes were dilated properly,and I was ignored and fed lines about "first timers" and different eyes react differently (which I can understand and respect). I've had them dilated before and I know what that experience was like. Low and behold, leave the office, look in the mirror, and my eyes were DEF not dilated. I left the doctors office with more questions than answers. I saw the doctor for maybe 2 minutes over the course of 1.5 hour visit. Felt like a factory. I'm seeking a second opinion.
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He seemed like a person who knew what he was doing which is great... He spent only 30 seconds to lookinto my eyes and didn't care to ask if i had any questions which was not so great..
He seemed like a person who knew what he was doing which is great... He spent only 30 seconds to look into my eyes and didn't care to ask if ihad any questions which was not so great..
Initials hidden · December 29, 2013

About Dr. John McHenry

Dr. John McHenry is an ophthalmologist treating patients in Dallas, Texas. He has specialized training in a variety of ophthalmologic fields, including neuro-ophthalmology, pediatric ophthalmology, and ophthalmic plastic, orbital, and reconstructive surgery. He is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. Having graduated from Temple University, Dr. McHenry pursued his medical education at the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. Here, he completed and internship in internal medicine. Wayne State University formed the next stage in Dr. McHenry’s education, where he studied at the Kresge Eye Institute. He completed both a residency in ophthalmology and a fellowship in oculoplastics and orbital surgery. Dr. McHenry offers a range of ocular services. He is available for consultations for general eye health, as well as for oculoplastic surgical treatments.

In-network insurances

  • Aetna
  • AmeriGroup
  • Anthem Blue Cross

Specialties

  • Ophthalmologist
  • Oculoplastic Surgeon

Practice names

Hospital affiliations

  • Pine Creek Medical Center
  • Dallas Medical Center

Board certifications

  • American Board of Ophthalmology

Education and training

  • Medical School - Temple University, Doctor of Medicine
  • Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Internship in Internal Medicine
  • Wayne State University, Kresge Eye Institute, Residency in Ophthalmology
  • Wayne State University, Kresge Eye Institute, Fellowship in Oculoplastics and Orbital Surgery

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Languages spoken

  • English

Provider's gender

Male

NPI number

1770659104

Dr. John McHenry's office locations

John G. McHenry, M.D., M.P.H.

1341 W Mockingbird Lane, Suite 240-W

Dallas, TX 75247

John G. McHenry, M.D., M.P.H.

2210 North Highway 360

Grand Prairie, TX 75050

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Worst doctor / office I have EVER been to.
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Helpful time. Will tell. We were gbere for a very serious problem. Problem still present h
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One of the staff members, with whom I performed several tests, did not explain the test very well. I also expressed concern that I didn't think my eyes were dilated properly, and I was ignored and fed lines about "first timers"and different eyes react differently (which I can understand and respect). I've had them dilated before and I know what that experience was like. Low and behold, leave the office, look in the mirror, and my eyes were DEF not dilated. I left the doctors office with more questions than answers. I saw the doctor for maybe 2 minutes over the course of 1.5 hour visit. Felt like a factory. I'm seeking a second opinion.
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everything was great except the really long wait to see the doctor.
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He was very professional
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He seemed like a person who knew what he was doing which is great... He spent only 30 seconds to look into my eyes and didn't care to ask if i had any questions which was not so great..
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I am happy that I was able to get to see Dr. McHenry as new patient in 2 weeks (actually, he was able to see me in 1 week but my schedule did not abllow). And, he wanted me back forfollow up next week (unlike other specialist, 6 weeks). This is quite rare for such specialist. It's too early to tell if Dr. McHenry is good. I need time to see if his suggested treatment is working. He did not say much so I am not really sure. The impression on his office and staff is not the best. No fancy decoration and professional appearance as other doctor office. but they seem knowing what they are doing and wait time was not too bad. I will definitely rate him again hopefully my condition is cured.
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Very satisfied with the visit to the doctor.
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My 3yr old son was scared so he was bit of a hassle. They took their time with him, made sure he understood what they were saying, and my son felt alot better. That makes me feel comfortable and because everyonecared about and took their time with my son makes me want to come back..... And i am
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The doctor was excellent .I highly recommend him. It was a very thorough examination and he found what others couldn't find. It was a hair follicle in my eye. I walked away from that doctor visit feeling as though I had been thoroughly examined and very satisfied.
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it was great, the nurses make you feel at home.
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He was very professional and knows what he is doing.
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