Our philosophy centers around good health and good lifestyle choices for the family and the individual: nutrition and exercise, a healthy mind, spirit, and body. Dr. Han is conversant with both traditional and complementary alternative medicine and welcomes dialogue with those who desire to pursue chiropractic, herbal, or holistic medicine.
We proudly serve a multitude of races and cultures, including people of Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai, Laotian, European, African, and Hispanic descent... Dr. Han speaks fluent Vietnamese, conversational Spanish, and endeavors to learn more languages. We are an open and affirming office and welcome GLBT patients and their families.
Our office handles minor surgeries including skin tag and wart removal, suturing, cryosurgery, and ingrown toenails. We also perform procedures such as EKG's, nebulizer treatments, STD screening, and anoscopy.
This Dr. took over from his stepfather.Too young and delicate for business world.Diva-like tendencies.I personally know 3 patients he has dropped suddenly from his "practice" for daring to question him about a personal health issue or prognosis.His staff is equally unprofessional.Dr.Han needs to be in this world a bit longer and be "~wizened~ to the world".
Posted: 6/01/2011 • Link to this review
Thank you for your feedback. I have just come across this review from two years ago, or I would have responded earlier. I assume you were a patient in the office, or you would not have known about me taking over the practice from my stepfather. That also means that you knew I have been a physician since 1998 and took over the practice in 2001. So, I'm not sure what you mean by being "too young and delicate for [the] business world." It also sounds like you were discharged from the practice, possibly right before making this negative review. That would mean you were in the office for ten years before I decided the physician-patient relationship was no longer conducive to your continued health. I hardly think that is evidence of being dropped suddenly. I actually have been told that I have tried *too hard* to keep patients on who have consistently missed appointments, refused treatment, ignored nationally-accepted health guidelines, or been belligerent and rude to the staff. I personally HATE discharging patients from the practice and have done so only a small handful of times, probably less than once a year, and only in exceptional circumstances. I have been in medicine for literally half my life, so I am not sure how much longer I would need to be in this world to be *wizened* enough for you. I personally think I and my staff are some of the most dedicated health professionals, as evidenced by the fact that I have been named twice as a Top Doctor in Connecticut Magazine, serve as an assistant clinical professor for the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, received ECHN's Outstanding Community Service award, been awarded Family Practice Preceptor of the Year, and honored with a plethora of positive online reviews. What is clear, however, is that it is impossible to please everyone, and you are one of those people. I wish you the best of health through whichever provider is able to meet your needs.
Aylor College Of Medicine 1998