UH Brainard Medical Bldg (7 mi.)
29001 Cedar Rd
Lyndhurst, OH 44124
AHU Medical Center (7 mi.)
3999 Richmond Rd
Beachwood, OH 44122
Biography: Cindy Craig, CNP
Certifications & Memberships
- NP - Gerontology Primary Care - American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Professional Education | NP - Adult Health/Gerontology
NP - Adult Health/Gerontology - Walden University (2020)
Davenport University (2013)
Patient Experience Reviews
Cinda Craig was a very nice and caring person
Loved Cindy Craig! She was professional, personable and had a wonderful sense of humor!! She made me feel very relaxed.
The one thing I would have wanted was for the provider to introduce herself to us since this was our first visit with her.
Nothing bad , everything was done & made sure I completely understand everything concerning my visit & any other questions I may have help with
Cindy Craig is excellent and I would recommend her.
Cindy Craig is terrific.
I was treated very courteous and with care from everyone. I only met with Cindy Craig for about 2-minutes. Most of my time was with other assistants. Cindy Craig though, was very courteous, knowledgeable and easy to communicate with.
Very good and thorough
The experience with CNP Craig was, as expected , excellent; ***
Handouts pertaining to the procedure and at home treatment regimen, i.e. What I should/could be doing to improve my situation would be extremely helpful as I want to be the best patient possible.
I have recommended this provider to others.
My appointment was excellent
*** Nurse Craig herself has been excellent at both visits. Great demeanor, helpful, understanding, and not too extreme in her suggestions, which I appreciate. She gave a very good summary and advice as to how to proceed going forward.
It was a good visit
Cindy Craig was excellent. I've seen two nurse practitioners recently for GYN and this urology visit. I think their care is excellent. I'd be happy to only see a medical doctor if recommended. Nurse practitioners are great. They were both women which is a plus for me because (my bias), I think women are better listeners and communicators in general although I really like my GP who is male as well. But for female issues, talking to another woman is comforting.
Always effective and efficient care.
Provider was kind, courteous, and a good listener. I am in the process of switching the majority of my care from the Cleveland Clinic to UH, so I was visiting this provider to reevaluate an existing condition. The course of action she recommended seemed very reasonable and practical and not extreme overkill, so I appreciated that. The office staff were also very pleasant and friendly - everyone smiling and making nice conversation - which a patient does not always experience and really sets the tone and makes the difference for many an office visit. It was a very nice experience overall. ***
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As of December 31, 2016, Cindy Craig did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.