Biography: Claudine Siegert, MD
Certifications & Memberships
- Surgery - American Board of Surgery
Fellowship | Laparoscopic Surgery
Laparoscopic Surgery - Rhode Island Hospital (2000 - 2001)
Residency | General Surgery
General Surgery - Loyola University Medical Center (1995 - 2000)
Indiana University School Of Medicine (1995)
Purdue University (1991)
Patient Experience Reviews
This was hands down best place I habe ever been to the care, attention an concern was absolutely amazing
I have a great deal of confidence in the care provider, and I am very happy with the care she has provided.
She was an awesome surgeon to talk to. She made me feel comfortable and put some concerns at ease for me. Definitely recommend her for your needs.
Provider and staff tell me what I need to know about my condition and future treatment. Staff schedules future appointments efficiently, provides information for x-rays and surgery in writing, and explains what I need to know in person.
Dr. Siegert is extraordinarily kind, compassionate, caring, thorough, and she also understands when you're having a rough day. She's been an absolute godsend and I feel so fortunate to have her as my surgeon. UH Portage is extremely lucky to have her, and she is a definite keeper!
I had a good experience
Dr Siegert has been one of the best doctors I have had in a while from university hospitals.
Excellent explanation for my deepest concerns.
Always good experience
Dr. Seigert was wonderful in her communication skills and care for my health. She took the time to explain my procedure carefully and to ask if I had anything else to discuss. I truly appreciated her demeanor and the time she took with me. I felt at ease and not rushed. I was quite pleased with the facility overall.
First time seeing this doctor and she is very compassionate.
Dr Seigert is by far one of the most compassionate providors I have ever come in contact with. You can tell she cares about people. I would recommend her to anyone.
Dr. Seigart did an amazing job on my surgery. The first day I meant her for a second opinion I knew she was the surgeon for me. She spoke with me and I felt liked she cared. I didn't feel like I was just a number. I loved the fact that she gave me several options to choose from which made me feel like I had a choice In my plan of care. I would recommend her to anyone.
I look forward to seeing Dr. Siegert. She explains what I can expect to happen in the future with my care, answers my questions, and spends the right amount of time with me. I have confidence in her.
The provider explained what tests were needed and why. My worries were put at ease and I felt confident in the provider.
Provider spent the right amount of time with me, gave me the results of my x-rays and biopsy, told me what to expect in the future, and scheduled my next appointment. She was very personable.
Dr. Siegert is the kindest most compassionate doctor ever. I keep joking to her that I want to adopt her as my surrogate mom to replace the one I just lost recently. She's very motherly and so incredibly kind and caring and genuinely understands your fears, concerns and everything that comes of being a cancer patient. With her, I fully trust that I am in excellent hands. We're blessed to have her here.
I truly love Dr. Siegert, she exemplifies compassion and real caring in an almost maternal way. You can tell she's a mom, she has that motherly way of interacting with a frightened patient who's scared and hurt and in pain and wanting someone to explain things in a reassuring way. Lucky to have her as my surgeon, none better!
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As of December 31, 2016, Claudine Siegert did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.