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Dr. Vivien Leung

Endocrinologist / Diabetes Specialist

5.00 (1)

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Biography

Education and Background

Education and training

Northwestern University Feinberg Medical School
Specialty
Endocrinologist / Diabetes Specialist
NPI number
1598928160

Reviews

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5.0 (1)
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July 22, 2022 A C
This hospital is gotten so bad A bunch of students working under one doctor. I would not recommend you taking your love one here They don’t ask a family member permission to do an exam they just do want they want . Not even checking with there love ones . The Emergency room doctors are good but once you leave it becomes a money machine. No supervision how are the patients are being treated. What a shame.
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May 11, 2022 Chealsea negroni
This hospital needs to be shut down. Most people in the bronx are lower class so they think we don’t deserve basic human rights. I had a stroke and they told me nothing was wrong. I wound up going to a hospital in manhattan where they were MORTIFIED that they told me nothing was wrong. They actually took down the doctors name. Horrible disgusting and ghetto. All the nurses there are ghetto and the doctors are from other counties. Very horrible. There are many other hospitals in NYC that are amazing. Do not waste your time going here save your time and most importantly save your life.
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July 15, 2022 Sweet Bubblez
I’ve been calling these people since April and all I keep getting told is I’ll call you with an appointment. I’ve left 2-3 messages when I can for them to get back to to me. I spoke to the representative ( men & woman ) and they both told me they’ll call me with an appointment. Never got a call and guess what it’s July and I’m freaking pregnant …. I’m surpass 40 weeks pregnant. See how much this hospital cares for there patients
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Costs with Blue Cross/Blue Shield (any - including Anthem, Empire, etc.)

Typical treatment path for Endocrinology Consultation
These are the most common services patients usually receive during their Endocrinology Consultation appointment.
New patient office visit
up to $337*
Providers charge for an "office visit" when discussing treatment for a specific health condition.

It does not include the cost of tests or procedures, and is based on:
  • medical complexity of the health issue (most visits are low complexity)
  • face-to-face time spent with the provider
  • time spent by the provider documenting the encounter
Most common service(s)
Low complexity
up to $178*
Other service(s)
Minimal complexity
up to $123*
Moderate complexity
up to $268*
High complexity
up to $337*

Predicted total:
up to $178*
* depends on your specific insurance (copay, deductible, coverage, etc.)

Services

New patient office visit
up to $337*
Providers charge for an "office visit" when discussing treatment for a specific health condition.

It does not include the cost of tests or procedures, and is based on:
  • medical complexity of the health issue (most visits are low complexity)
  • face-to-face time spent with the provider
  • time spent by the provider documenting the encounter
Minimal complexity
up to $123*
Low complexity
up to $178*
Moderate complexity
up to $268*
High complexity
up to $337*
Diabetes management services
up to $268*
Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), personal use
up to $268*
Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) data interpretation and report
up to $70*
Thyroid procedures
up to $206*
Ultrasonography - Imaging (Ultrasound) ultrasonic guidance code for needle placement
up to $99*
Fine needle aspiration
up to $206*
Endocrine testing
up to $74*
Progesterone
up to $40*
Gonadotropin, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
up to $36*
Calcium
up to $14*
Albumin, urine
up to $11*
Blood test, thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)
up to $32*
Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B-12)
up to $29*
ACTH, plasma
up to $74*
Ferritin
up to $26*
Albumin, serum, plasma or whole blood
up to $10*
24 hour Urine Creatinine
up to $10*
Triglycerides
up to $11*
Triiodothyronine (T3), free
up to $33*
Estradiol
up to $36*
Growth hormone (Somatotropin)
up to $32*
Cholesterol, serum or whole blood, total
up to $9*
Thyroid-stimulating immunoglobulin (TSI) / Thyrotropin receptor antibody (TRAb) / IGF1
up to $25*
Urea nitrogen, quantitative
up to $8*
1,25-Dihydroxy vitamin D
up to $73*
Thyroxine (T4)
up to $18*
Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA)
up to $18*
Insulin
up to $26*
Homocysteine
up to $32*
Thyroxine (T4), unbound (free)
up to $13*
Testosterone, free
up to $49*
Triiodothyronine (T3), total
up to $12*
Acetone, urine
up to $16*
Aldosterone
up to $13*
Cortisol
up to $32*
Testosterone, total
up to $49*
24 hour Urine Calcium
up to $12*
Estrogens, total
up to $48*
Sex hormone binding globulin
up to $42*
Vitamin D; 25 hydroxy
up to $56*
Renin
up to $42*
DHEAS (Dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate)
up to $43*
Lipoprotein A
up to $25*
Gonadotropin, luteinizing hormone (LH)
up to $35*