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Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Cheung is the Medical Director and Consulting Physician of our Primary Care Unit, with oversight of occupational medicine, worker’scompensation, DOT drug screening, provider scheduling, co- ding, and billing across three locations. Previously, she was an award-winning physician at Hahnemann University Hospital and Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Cheung is passionate about promoting health awareness through community outreach and public speaking. She also has a gift for developing caring and knowledgeable healthcare professionals through training and mentorship.
Verified Patient Reviews
I didn't see the Dr I had an appointment with but the doctor I saw was very attentive and helpful. I left feeling good about my visit.
No one ever followed up or discussed with me a solution or evaluation of my symptoms.
Terrible service at the health care center.
It wasnt with her . I got there and what treated by a PA, who was a sweetheart, but it wasnt what i went there for . I also then got charged as going to an urgent care facilility . Again this is not what i made an appointment for
Great doctor, very approachable and easy to talk to!
The wait was awfully long, waited for more than 2 hours before the doctor could see me.
I was on time for my appointment and was Very upset it took over a hour to see a doctor. Especially was upset because it was only 4 people in the waiting room. While it was explained to me that the wait was due the stringent process of doing a double urine test it should have been better planned. No reason why one patient should hold up people with appointments for over a hour. If it was for my physician Dr. Daisha I would probably never return to this place again that is how badly I was upset. The Doctor himself was very warm, friendly and a utter professional.
I thought I was making an appointment to see Nina Cheung at 6:30 at her 95 Hudson St. location. When I went to 95 Hudson St. at 6:15, I found that it was a large clinic, not an office, which was not stated anywhere on ZocDoc. When I asked to see Dr. Nina Cheung, I was informed that she was 'never here' at this time. They told me that it was stated somewhere on ZocDoc that the doctor I requested worked at a clinic and might not the individual who saw me. I have double-checked Dr. Cheung's profile on ZocDoc and the process of making an appointment with her through the ZocDoc UI, and have found this information nowhere. The behavior of both Doctor Cheung and this clinic (Astrahealth Center) is highly unethical. I am considering reporting them to the NJ State Board of Medical Examiners.