UH Ohio Medical Group
10325 Dewhurst Rd
Elyria OH, 44035
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.6 out of 5
Patient Comments (4)
Reviewed On 7/14/2018
This was my first visit to Dr. Schaeffer and was actually scheduled as a Wellness Visit. Dr. ***** had been my PCP previously. Since some medical issues have recently arisen, I asked Dr. Schaeffer to change the visit to an office visit so I could address issues. He did.
Reviewed On 3/20/2018
First time to see Dr. Schaeffer and I was impressed as was my wife. We wanted a doctor that listened to our questions and asked questions also. Will continue to see him with any follow ups.
Reviewed On 12/12/2017
Dr. Schaeffer is a wonderful doctor! my** kids have been seeing him for 11 years now, and I completely trust him. He can be difficult to get in to, so I usually schedule almost a year in advance, and my only gripe would be that my appointments often get re-scheduled. I deal with it because I don't want to use any other doctor. I wish the receptionists were friendlier. They seem put off that they have to make appointments.
Reviewed On 12/3/2017
I got to feeling sick and was made an appointment the same day I called. I did not see my normal provider, but the provider that I did see was very nice and thorough. As busy as it was, he didn't rush or seem rushed.
- Sports Medicine - American Board of Family Medicine
- Family Medicine - American Board of Family Medicine
Fellowship | Sports Medicine - Family Practice
Sports Medicine - Family Practice - Marshall University Medical Center (2004 - 2005)
Residency | Family Medicine
Family Medicine - Marshall University Medical Center (2001 - 2003)
Internship | Family Medicine
Family Medicine - Marshall University Medical Center (2000 - 2001)
The Ohio State University College Of Medicine (2000)
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As of December 31, 2016, Matthew Stewart Schaeffer did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.