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Dr. Allen Bernard Horne

6715 Whittier Ave #100
McLean, VA 22101
703-356-5700
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Specialties:

  • Family Practice
  • Primary Care

Board Certifications:

    None

Medical School:

Virginia Commonwealth University (1972)

Consumers' CHECKBOOK Ratings for Horne, Allen B. — 86 Ratings

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Consumer Comments for Horne, Allen B.

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Consumer from MC LEAN, VA
Sep 18, 2012
Well organized office. Covers wide variety of insurance plans. Persosnable doctor.
Consumer from ALEXANDRIA, VA
Aug 27, 2012
Our family has known Dr. Horne and has been our family doctor for many years. The problem is Dr. Horne always wants to spend the majority of any visit talking "shop" not addressing the problem at hand. As an example, when we took our 89 year old Mom in in to address her sleep issues, I asked " How long should Mom sleep each night"? Dr. Horne responded "As much as she wants". Multiple studies have shown that seniors shouldnt sleep more than 10 Hrs. per day (NIH/Alsheimers Assoc./etc.)

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