The Yelp Review
I keep on posting reviews on Yelp and I find that my negative reviews get removed! So this time I am linking my negative review of this clueless doctor here and am copy-pasting my review. Should Yelp remove it again, I will post it again! Let’s play the game; shall we?
Here is a doctor after whom my blog is named.
“If there was a negative 100* that is what I would write about this doctor. I had a negative review that Yelp removed writing that it is written by a different consumer than who actually had the bad experience. But that is not true. My mother had no idea she had a bad experience with this doctor: I did. Thus all of what I am writing represent my personal opinion and experience and not that of another person.
Two people were affected by this doctor: my mother (now dead as a result of Dr. Heh) and me. So yes, I suppose the primary consumer, my mother, cannot write a review, after all, she is no longer alive, courtesy of the malpractice of Dr. Heh. However, she had no idea about all the damage this doctor was doing so all observations herein are mine.
1) Dr. Heh was the Psychiatrist visiting my mother upon her admittance to St. Jude hospital in 2014 and I was there. On that day, Dr. Heh actually went to the wrong bed and started to interview the wrong patient. When he finally came to my mother, he asked questions from her about her age, gender, home address, etc., all answered correctly. The one question my mom could not answer was what hospital she was in, which is totally expected since she was brought there with an ambulance laying down in dark hours so how would she have known where she was: no one told her. Dr. Heh never ever asked me if my mother had a chance to know where she was; he just “profiled her” based on her age when he misdiagnosed her. I questioned him about his diagnosis since I know my mother had no dementia of any kind. He called me names, he told me to get off whatever drug I was on. He was the most unprofessional doctor I have ever met.
2) Because of my mom did not know which hospital she was in, Dr. Heh decided that my mother (then 88) had Alzheimer’s, which was totally wrong. My mom had serotonin syndrome (I am a doctor so I know) but no one in that hospital gave me any credibility saying that I was not a doctor in “that” hospital therefore whatever I said was gibberish. His treating me–as described in point 1–was very unprofessional plus he was talking to a doctor. He should have known better!
3) After the misdiagnosis and a ton of medicinal mess ups, my mom died about 7 torturous weeks later in a stroke as a direct result of the medicines received based specifically on the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s by this doctor, which she did not have.
4) Upon filing my complaint with the CA Board of Medicine, in spite of the St. Jude records that I have and which shows the date, time and full description of Dr. Heh’s visit with my mom and also half the family in attendance as witness, he, under perjury of oath, claimed that he did not even see my mother. I sent the files back to the CA Board of Medicine, which again wanted to sweep the story under the carpet saying “the case is closed” but I insisted and it is now under investigation. This is a doctor who lies; a doctor who twice entered his visit with my doctor on records (both the same) and which may or may not have been wiped from St. Jude’s records since he is claiming he never saw her, then later he claimed he saw her only in the ER but none of that is true. He is a liar!
5) I sent my mother’s CNS to UCLA for autopsy specifically to see if my mother had any sign of Alzheimer’s in the brain: NONE! I was right all along!
6) I most certainly hope that Yelp will not pull this off again saying that it is not by the consumer this happened to: the actual consumer, my mother, is no longer alive as a result of this doctor so what an unreasonable request! However, much of the interaction of this doctor was with me and against me and so my complaint is double! One that he mistreated my mother and caused her death and two he lied under oath, he called me names and was acting the most unprofessional way.
I hope Yelp this is personal enough for you not to remove it! It is shared on every social media possible as will any changes you make.”
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