Kimberly Stutz, CNP
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.7 out of 5
Patient Comments (7)
Reviewed On 5/1/2020
Kim was great. She is so personable and I felt comfortable asking questions and she answered all of them. The whole staff at the Streetsboro office was nice and easy to work with - especially during this pandemic!
Reviewed On 3/19/2020
thank you for making an uncomfortable nerve wrecking necessary preventative visit, as relaxing, reassuring, and absolutely as comfortable as it could be. Thank you for listening! I also forgot to take my bp but I am new here and dont have a PCP so I really appreciate her listening to my concerns about my general health and setting a transparent plan of action before I decide what I need to do next. thank you!
Reviewed On 2/19/2020
Kim is a wonderful provider. she is easy to talk to and made me feel comfortable during my exam.
Reviewed On 2/5/2020
Really like Kimberly Stuts as a care provider!
Reviewed On 1/20/2020
I have seen this provider over the past few years for my annual check up. I have always been very pleased with her and the staff at UH in Streetsboro. Everyone is always very friendly and helpful.
Reviewed On 12/12/2019
Wonderful care of thank you [...]
Reviewed On 11/21/2019
SHE WAS AMAZING. I WAS SO SCARED TO GET MY IUD AND SHE WAS SO CAREFUL, RESPECTFUL AND CARING. [...]
- NP - Women's Healthcare - National Certification Corporation
Professional Education | NP - Women's Health
NP - Women's Health - University Of Cincinnati (2013)
The Ohio State University College Of Nursing (2009)
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As of December 31, 2016, Kimberly Stutz did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.