Brea Loewit, CNP
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.9 out of 5
Patient Comments (22)
Reviewed On 3/20/2020
She is so comfortable to speak about personal matters with and is open to hearing my concerns and is willing to keep an open mind and accommodate me so I feel comfortable and safe.
Reviewed On 3/8/2020
She was very patient and caring as I was a nervous emotional wreck and I felt she took the time to hear me out and do things on my time instead of being cold to me or acting like how I felt was invalid. probably the best medical person I've ever seen.
Reviewed On 2/21/2020
this office has always shown exceptional care and been professional. Brea is amazing!
Reviewed On 2/21/2020
Brea did a great job!
Reviewed On 2/16/2020
she has always made me feel comfortable and welcomed and not worried about anything.
Reviewed On 2/5/2020
Brea was recommended to me by a friend. this was my first time seeing her. She listened to my concerns and was very sweet.
Reviewed On 1/19/2020
I really like Brea and the staff there. They are amazing and down to earth genuine people.
Reviewed On 12/22/2019
Overall, this was a great experience and I would recommend this doctor's office to friends and family. My gynecologist was very supportive and made me super comfortable. She listened to my concerns and explained everything very well.
Reviewed On 12/12/2019
Brea was so kind and thoughtful as well as doing her best to meet my needs
Reviewed On 11/30/2019
love this doctor
Reviewed On 11/15/2019
she was very polite, kind and quick! very professional. I felt she had a thorough knowledge and informed me as to what she was doing.
Reviewed On 11/7/2019
Brea is wonderful. I love her!
Reviewed On 11/6/2019
I liked this NP [...] Will see her again for sure. Did a great job and was respectful.
Reviewed On 9/13/2019
best I have seen, great visit
Reviewed On 8/28/2019
Brea is amazing! she really cares about her patients. I always feel taken care of by her!
Reviewed On 8/23/2019
I was very pleased with this provider. I will definitely go back to her if I have any problems & I will see her on my annual checkups
Reviewed On 8/21/2019
she was excellant best pelvic exam ever
Reviewed On 8/17/2019
The Nurse Practitioner Brea Loewitt was very nice and thorough. [...]
Reviewed On 8/11/2019
I really appreciate the compassion that Brea gave me. She was non-judge mental and very supportive. She set an example for what every healthcare experience should be. The staff went above and beyond to help me when I had to bring my son along. My babysitter cancelled last minute and staff stepped up to watch him during my exam. I didn't even have to ask them to do that. They took the initiative to do that. Saved me a lot of questions my six yr old son would have been asking. It also provided the privacy I needed to discuss very difficulty things that needed addressed.
Reviewed On 7/28/2019
Brea is a very good provider. it was my first time seeing her and she made me feel comfortable and provided excellent care
Reviewed On 7/26/2019
I really like Bree. she shows that she cares. [...]
Reviewed On 7/23/2019
- NP - Family - American Nurses Credentialing Center
Professional Education | NP - Family
NP - Family - Chamberlain University (2017)
Youngstown State University (2005)
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As of December 31, 2016, Brea Loewit did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.