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Qualifications and Experience
Victor Yang is a compassionate and motivated gastroenterologist serving patients in Houston, TX. Originally from Taiwan, Dr. Yang speaks Mandarin as well as English and Spanish. He is certified in gastroenterology by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and he is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology, the Texas Medical Association, and the Texas Society for Gastroenterology and Endoscopy.
Dr. Yang has spent most of his respectable career at Houston Digestive Diseases Consultants. He treats a range of digestive conditions, such as Crohn’s disease, biliary tract problems, acid reflux disease, irritable bowel syndrome, colon cancer, and many others.
Dr. Yang earned his medical degree at the Northwestern School of Medicine. He later completed an internship and a residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in gastroenterology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
Dr. Yang is distinguished as the first Chinese gastroenterologist in Houston.
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Yang seemed very competant and had a good sense of humor.
Horrible doctor! How he is in business is a miracle!
I am the type of person who doesn't care about the besides manner of the doctors, as long as he is good at curing patient and diagnose, I don't care if he smiles at me or being impatient with me so even I see some comments saying he didn't smile I still went to see him. The doctor looks trustworthy, I will definitely recommend him based on this appointment experience. And I actually think Dr. Yang's besides manner is pretty good. The staff, omg, they are in such a chaos, maybe they should hire more front desk persons, I waited for an hour to get someone to talk to me. All the info I gave over the phone was not put into record. And I think they overbooked Dr. Yang, I waited more than an hour and a half to see the doctor and I think the guy sit next to me waited much longer, I guess maybe someone forgot to check him in. Poor guy...And the parking cost me extra $6, that's weird.
I had an appointment at 3:45pm and arrived at Dr. Yang's office at 3:15pm. I wasn't able to see Dr. Yang until 4:30pm. I filled out my history and paperwork beforehand on ZocDoc thinking it would help speed up the process along, but by the time I got to the office they said ZocDoc was out of date and they had different paperwork for me to fill out. About four pages worth of documents. So be prepared to wait awhile and don't waste your time filling out the ZocDoc form. Also, parking costs $6. So be prepared prior to arriving. During the visit, dr yang was very efficient. He asked 3-4 questions and diagnosed me right away. He gave me a prescription and I was done in about 5-6 minutes. Would have like to talk more about the issue, but at that point I was ready to be home!
Dr. Yang is a nice guy, but his bedside manner leaves a lot to be desired. He didn't smile once. He told me I might have celiac disease, but didn't even bother to explain what it was. I will definitely be switching to another gastroenterologist.
I was a little apprehensive to go online and find a doctor but he was knowledgeable, straight to the point and professional. I would definitely recommend Dr. Yang!
He is one of the five best doctors I have ever met. I got the run around from my PCP and had 2 unnecessary ER visits. I knew the ER doctors did not know what was wrong with me. I made an appoint with Dr Yang and he got right to the problem.
His staff was very helpful and friendly. Dr. Yang was very through. He did explain my up coming procedure well, but did seem a little rushed.
He was quite friendly but appeared rather busy.