Gretchen Coady, MD

Patient Satisfaction Survey

Overall Satisfaction
5 out of 5
3 Ratings
Comments

Gretchen Coady

Internal Medicine and Pediatrics

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EDUCATION

Medical School: University of South Carolina School of Medicine; Columbia, SC
Residency:  Baystate Medical Center; Springfield, MA
Internship: Baystate Medical Center; Springfield, MA

ABOUT THE PROVIDER

Dr. Gretchen Coady is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Pediatric Hospitalist medicine. After residency, Dr. Coady served in the Medical Corps of the US Navy for 4 years. She worked in Greenville, SC as a hospitalist, and is excited to be returning home to York, SC to work in primary care. Dr. Coady is equipped to handle the broad and extensive spectrum of illnesses that affect adults and children. She believes in comprehensive medical care and is interested in working with her patients through every phase of their lives, from birth to old age. Dr. Coady's experience includes roles in both primary care and inpatient hospital care. She is passionate about partnering with patients, families and the community to achieve the best possible care for her patients.

SPECIAL INTERESTS

  • Preventative and well child care
  • Management of complex diseases in adults and
    children
  • Transitioning children from pediatric to adult care

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Patient Ratings & Comments

The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to provider related questions on our independently administered Patient Satisfaction Survey. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best score.
5
Provider showed concern
5
Friendliness/courtesy of CP
5
CP spoke using clear language
5
Provider explained things clearly
5
Provider included you in decisions
5
Patients' confidence in CP
5
Likelihood of recommending this provider

Comments

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