Sandra Chapman, CNP
- Adult Medicine
- Holistic Medicine
- Preventive Medicine
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.7 out of 5
Patient Comments (20)
Reviewed On 3/17/2020
Reviewed On 3/10/2020
The provider was very thorough in making notes and paying close attention with my chart. I appreciated that
Reviewed On 3/1/2020
I love this office
Reviewed On 2/28/2020
Sandy Chapman is very thorough, consistent, kind and professional. If I can't see my physician i prefer to see her. She has ALWAYS BEEN CONSISTENT [...]!!!!! everyone loves Sandy for her expertise in all areas.
Reviewed On 2/27/2020
Nurse Chapman is a very skilled practitioner. If I cannot see Dr. [...], I am very pleased to see her. She is very thorough. She will tend to not only what you came in for, but also other issues that she feels may be going on with you.
Reviewed On 2/25/2020
Provider was great helped me, sensitive to my needs, showed care and respect for me. Spoke kindly and informative concerning my medical needs. Suggested new meds and filled all prescriptions that needed refills.
Reviewed On 2/21/2020
the Best Chapman is always on top of my Health
Reviewed On 2/14/2020
one of the best doctors i ever had ... I've had many
Reviewed On 1/24/2020
[...] Nurse Chapman is very good.
Reviewed On 12/29/2019
Dr. Chapman has always shown concern with any of my health issues, along with allowing me to speak of my health issues, instead of trying to over talk me as other providers there has done. The clerks and nurses on her team are just as courteous as Dr. Chapman
Reviewed On 11/26/2019
Dr. Chapman is a very caring doctor, she listens to her clients and explains everything. I'm thankful to have a caring doctor and not feeling I'm rushed during my appointments, as I use to feel with others or over talked.
Reviewed On 9/25/2019
I have recently been diagnosed with cancer, [...], upon arriving I was nervous, an did not know what to expect. My Nurse Practioner Sandra Chatman took a biopsy of the wound packed the wound sat and talked with me to find out if I was allergic or had any type of reactions to certain medication upon prescribing, Followed up with the bisopy a called me on a Sunday concerned, Prescribed medication that would help me because of the medication
Reviewed On 9/17/2019
Moved to this area in Jan & had a problem before I had established a Dr here. This office got me right in & the NP has given me great care! So I went back for my yearly physical & plan to continue going there for care even though there's many providers much closer to my home.
Reviewed On 8/24/2019
Reviewed On 8/10/2019
She was very kind and it was a pleasure to have her and her assistant care for me.
Reviewed On 7/19/2019
I went in for what I thought was a basic exam for my health upon talking about things I've noticed she sat with me and went over all options to get better and explained kindly what was needed I walked in unconcerned but left feeling confident that I'm in good hands with my doctor
Reviewed On 7/12/2019
Sandrs Chapman is friendly and easy to talk to. Love her!!!
Reviewed On 7/11/2019
Everyone in the office is so kind. They all seem to like each other and their patients so much. I sense that they are really grateful to do what they do and it makes me feel good to go and see them when I need to. What a lovely environment.
Reviewed On 7/1/2019
The provider is usually very sharp and accurate with her diagnosis of things, but during this visit I felt that she was not as sharp as usual. The information I received from the nurse was more accurate and correct regarding the condition I was visiting for. But the provider is a very good provider.
Reviewed On 6/14/2019
Excellent Customer service. Very friendly group.
- NP - Adult - American Nurses Credentialing Center
Pace University - Pleasantville/Westchester Campus (1976)
University Of Massachusetts (1974)
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As of December 31, 2016, Sandra Chapman did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.