Tawanna McClain, CNP
- Chronic Disease Management
- Preventive Medicine
- Women's Health
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.7 out of 5
Patient Comments (8)
Reviewed On 3/21/2020
always a good experience with Tawanna McClain as a provider she is very professional and caring. She listens to you and answers all your questions. I never feel rushed or like a number when seeing her. The care I receive is excellent and I have referred coworkers and patients to her.
Reviewed On 2/28/2020
everything was good when I went to my appointment they seen me as soon as I signed in
Reviewed On 12/12/2019
All was perfect!
Reviewed On 12/9/2019
I always have a positive and pleasant experience with this provider.
Reviewed On 9/14/2019
Reviewed On 9/9/2019
This visit was my first time seeing this provider. My overall visit was great. I look forward to having the provider for my health care needs. [...]
Reviewed On 7/26/2019
I have no complaints my doctor's visit was awesome even though it was my first time meeting her she made me feel so comfortable she is what I'm looking for in a doctor a doctor that cares for her patients I think I'm going to keep as my own new physician
Reviewed On 6/28/2019
she's the best provider I've ever had! so attentive and knowledgeable.
- NP - Family - American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Fellowship | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - Louis Stokes Cleveland Va Medical Center (2015 - 2016)
Professional Education | NP - Family
NP - Family - Ursuline College (2015)
Ursuline College (2004)
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As of December 31, 2016, Tawanna McClain did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.