Brian Zack, MD
- Clinical Instructor, CWRU School of Medicine
- Medical Director, Nurse Advice Center, UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
- Medical Director, Telehealth, University Hospitals
- Adolescent Medicine
- Childhood Obesity
- Children with Special Needs
- School Health
- Sports Medicine
- Transition from Adolesence to Adulthood
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.9 out of 5
Patient Comments (11)
Reviewed On 3/5/2020
Dr Zack is great! Takes his time. Never makes you feel rushed.
Reviewed On 2/4/2020
Dr. Zack is the best, I would never see anyone else with my child
Reviewed On 11/29/2019
Reviewed On 11/29/2019
his tone and understanding with my son. very easy to talk to and related well with a teenager! highly recommend him and we would love to see him again as a provider!so impressed with Dr's bedside manner and
Reviewed On 11/22/2019
Dr. Zack demonstrated exceptional empathy and respect, as well as partnership with us as parents, when our son's anxiety about receiving the flu shot skyrocketed during the visit. He was so considerate and non-judgmental, which I greatly appreciated because I've had several negative experiences with other providers who have been less than understanding or willing to consider alternatives when they encounter the challenges our son can present when he is scared/anxious about a shot, procedure or other treatment. Even though our son's emotional and physical reaction was escalating, Dr. Zack remained calm and proposed several alternatives and with his help we were ultimately able to ensure the vaccination was given during our visit, despite our son's extreme resistance. I appreciate Dr. Zack didn't show frustration with us and our son and that he seemed to genuinely understand and wanted to help in any way that he could by proposing various solutions. I have not always had the same experience with other providers and I wish those other providers would follow Dr. Zack's lead because we have had to leave other appointments without our son receiving the care he needed and feeling like the providers weren't as compassionate or well equipped/prepared to handle patients who are not neuro-typical. Thank you to Dr. Zack for showing us that there are providers who will help us through challenging situations instead of giving up or telling us our son needs to be in restraints.
Reviewed On 10/29/2019
my family is very satisfied with this practice. including all the doctors and staff. my kids are very comfortable and happy with the office as well. [...] and [...] are so helpful with appointment setting and always take time to listen to our needs and try to make scheduling fit around our schedule. which is so helpful for us. Dr Zack , Dr. [...] and Dr. [...] are all wonderful . we have seen then over the over years for various reasons regarding our children's health. the medical attention and advice given to our children and us, has been very good. Again very satisfied and impressed with service provided at the Bainbridge pediatric center.
Reviewed On 9/29/2019
first time at this office and seeing Dr. Zach. I was impressed from entering till leaving. office had a calm feel and doctor was. very thorough.
Reviewed On 9/9/2019
Dr. Zack is a fantastic Pediatritian. He is my favorite in the practice and my kids love him too. A++! Thanks Dr. Zack!
Reviewed On 9/3/2019
Dr. Zack provides the kind of care with sincere attention that we wish every medical professional provided.
Reviewed On 8/18/2019
Dr. Brian Zack is the best pediatrician we have ever seen, hands down. He is kind, patient & understanding! and obviously great with my boys!
Reviewed On 8/11/2019
Dr Zach is always very professional and knowledgeable. He is an asset to your establishment.
- Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics
Residency | Pediatrics
Pediatrics - Uh Case Medical Center (2006 - 2009)
George Washington University School Of Medicine And Health Sciences (2006)
University Of California Los Angeles (1999)
Washington University In St Louis (1997)
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As of December 31, 2016, Brian Zack did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.