WORST CLINICAL EXPERIENCE EVER. Unprofessional doctors and rude staff. Think twice before you go here.I had my first appointment with Dr. Marchbein. She was nice but didn't really do or say anything helpful. She looked at my rash, said it could be this or that, then gave me a cream to try. I was in and out of the office in 10 minutes. It was not too bad but since I did't have insurance, I did expect more from $285 I had paid out of my pocket. After using the cream (which cost $60 at Duane Reade) twice a day for two weeks, my rash only got worse and spread all the way from my ankles to my butt. I tried to book another appointment with Dr. Marchbein and thought maybe I should get a biopsy, but she was all booked up for the following two weeks. So I had the next available appointment with Dr. Kihiczak, which turned out to be really frustrating.Dr. Kihiczak, just like Dr. Marchbein, didn't say anything you wouldn't know from a 5-minute google search. It could be this, it could be that. "Oh it looks like poison ivy kinda thing..." He prescribed another 2 creams and said they shouldn't be very expensive since they were both generic. Again I was in and out in 10 minutes. Another $185 paid just for a prescription to try my luck.AND HERE COMES THE WORST PART.It turned out that Dr. Kihiczak didn't prescribe the generic version and I paid $312 for 2 creams. He only found out about this one week later, called the pharmacy, and changed the prescription. The pharmacy then called me, attempting to confirm the payment and mail the 2 generic creams to me for another $65. I told the pharmacy to cancel the second prescription, then called the billing office of the clinic. The girl on the phone took all the information she needed, and said she would send the doctor a message and get back to me.I didn't hear from the clinic or the doctor in the next two days, so I called again, twice. As soon as I said that I'd called 2 days earlier about a prescription that went wrong, the woman cut me short rudely and put me on hold forever without explaining anything. So after spending $850, including the absolutely unnecessary $250 for the doctor's mistake in clicking his mouse, I'm still having the same problem with my skin. Maybe after reading this you would like to save it on your phone, and pull it out someday when you feel like you're kinda having a bad day. I bet it'll make you feel much better right away.