Michael M. Goodman
Assistant Professor, Hematology & Oncology
Academic: 336-716-4464 | Department: 336-716-4464
Relapsing intracranial plasma cell granuloma: a case report. Renfrow JJ, Mitchell JW, Goodman M, Mellen LA, Wilson JA, Mott RT, Lesser GJ.. Oncol Lett. 2014;7(2):531-533.
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The overall Patient Rating score is the average of responses to the nine questions listed below. The questions are from the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Responses are measured on a 1 to 5 scale, where 1 represents "very poor" and 5 represents "very good."
Comments are taken from the Care Provider section of the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Comments are posted exactly as they are written. Comments are added weekly. To protect patient privacy and confidentiality, patient names are not included.
*Dr. Goodman is a professional! Because of him, I am able to answer this survey.
This doctor is outstanding, he even had graph showing how my condition had improved!
*Dr. Goodman was very reassuring. He explained things in detail, made sure both my husband & I understood, and didn't seem rushed.
Doctor and staff are outstanding!
*Dr. Woods kept me apprised of delay and provided helpful information during my appointment.
Appreciate *Dr. Goodman very much. I feel like I can trust the care I receive from this office.
Would have liked a "heads up" about the extreme and over-inflated cost of a medication. But that did not affect my good experience.
The resident was very thorough and spent time with us. Dr. Goodman was already briefed and had a plan when he came in. I realize that is how teaching hospitals work but they did not have any written information to give me on the problem I have. I would have like to had something from Wake Forest on what MDS is and how to evaluate it. I know I can go on the internet and look things up but seems like they could at least print something out they have confidence in.