UH Westshore Primary Care (25 mi.)
5323 Meadow Ln
Sheffield, OH 44035
DO 26127 Lorain (17 mi.)
26127 Lorain Rd
North Olmsted, OH 44070
DO 5323 Meadow Lane (25 mi.)
5323 Meadow Lane Ct
Sheffield Village, OH 44035
Biography: Evan Rae, DO
Certifications & Memberships
- Family Medicine - American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment
Residency | Family Practice
Family Practice - St John Medical Center (2008 - 2011)
Ohio University College Of Osteopathic Medicine (2008)
The College Of Wooster (2004)
Evan Rae, DO, received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of Wooster and doctor of osteopathic medicine from the Ohio College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, Ohio. He completed his family practice residency at University Hospitals St. John Medical Center, where he served as chief resident in the family practice program. Dr. Rae treats patients of all ages.
Patient Experience Reviews
Dr Rae and his staff are excellent.
Dr Rae was very kind and compassionate
I love Dr. Rae he is always very kind, Compassionate, and professional.
Dr Rae is amazing. He takes good care of my family and I. I have recommended many people to see him. I trust him with mine and my families health care.
I am having an issue with another provider that Dr Rae referred me to. Upon letting him know he was very quick to apologize and referred me to someone else.
Very good experience with Dr Rae and staff
Dr Rae always has my chart in front of him during my visit. He always is attentive to my concerns, and I trust in his advice for me. I had lab work done the day of my visit, and he called me with the results as soon as they were made available.
My experiences with my care provider is always excellent.
First time seeing him but liked him so he will be our new family care dr
I am extremely pleased with the level of care I receive from this health care provider and the office staff. I recommend them to any one who is looking.
Dr Rae and his staff are amazing. Very friendly always answer questions always helping best team ever! Dr Rae is the best doctor myself and my family have ! He listens to you he sees you right away always calling to follow up. Answers questions and very knowledgeable!
Dr. Rae is very professional and knowledgeable. He listens and answers all your questions. My husband and I both go too him. Office staff is very nice. There is a high turn over at the front desk,but always very nice and professional.
I love dr rae and his staff, they are all so kind and patient, Dr Rae and his staff always make me feel at ease and calm when I come for my visits. Dr Rae is a great listener and that's what I appreciate him for the most. Any time I have a question he always has an answer and a plan for fixing it
I called the same morning because my other child had a well child appointment. I asked if Dr. Rae could see *** as well since he had a fever and cough. He graciously said yes and I was very thankful that I didn't have to take him to an urgent care .
Dr. Ray is very professional and extremely knowledgeable on everything that I brought up
Dr Rae always gives excellent care to myself and my kids. He is competent, kind, attentive, caring and respectful and we are very lucky to have him as our doctor.
Dr. Rae was very personable and he seemed very knowledgeable and was very professional and so were the staff. It was a good visit for me with my heath issue.
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As of December 31, 2016, Evan Rae did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.