Gregory Cortese, CNP
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.9 out of 5
Patient Comments (11)
Reviewed On 2/6/2020
always listens to my concerns. wonderful bedside manner. Makes me feel very comfortable and at ease. questions are always answered.
Reviewed On 2/4/2020
This was the best visit with a doctor I ever had. Greg took the time to meet me, and explain everything. He shows he cares about his patients. He himself follwed up with my blood rest results. I really appreciate the care he provided!! I would also recommend Greg to anyone!
Reviewed On 1/10/2020
This was my first time at this office and meeting the Nurse Practitioner. I was very impressed with his knowledge of me and his eye contact. He listened to me and wrote down on paper as I answered his questions. He explained everything very clearly. I will continue to follow up there. Thanks!
Reviewed On 11/15/2019
it is always a good experience
Reviewed On 11/3/2019
Gregory Cortese always takes time to explain results.
Reviewed On 10/24/2019
Reviewed On 10/20/2019
Reviewed On 10/8/2019
He was thorough about test results and described next steps to follow. It takes some of the fear out of medical procedures.
Reviewed On 10/5/2019
[...] G. CORTESE: was very informative, helpful, explanatory, and kind.~
Reviewed On 9/29/2019
Reviewed On 9/25/2019
He gave advice and written instructions to help with some issues i was having. He explained the upcoming routine procedure I would be having g done and made me feel at ease.
- NP – Adult Gerontology Primary Care - American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Professional Education | NP - Adult Health/Gerontology
NP - Adult Health/Gerontology - Ursuline College (2016 - 2019)
Mercy College Of Northwest Ohio (2011)
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As of December 31, 2016, Gregory Cortese did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.