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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 Peter s saved me
25 yrs. as my doctor coming to an end in June. WFBH need more drs. who care as *Dr. PEters cares about patients.
The residents that work with me are outstanding.
Couldn't be better.
*Dr. Peters is a great doctor.
If an acquaintance inquired about treatment offered by this provider, I would recommend him.
I tell people I know or hear need help -
I drive from Raleigh to visit *Dr. Peter. I trust him!!!
Dr. Peters and his staff of residents deliver outstanding care each time I have an appointment.
I have been under the care of Wake Forest for 13 years and all of the providers have been overly attentive, diligent in care and willing to listen. I would never trust my mental health issues in any other venue.
I had my husband go with today to my appointment in the hopes he will also have her as his PCP
I've been going to Dr. Peters for quite a while now (10+ years) for psychiatric med checks. He is the best. If I have a question about a medication, an increase that another physician wants to make, etc., he is quick to respond whether by phone, email, or now WakeOne. I feel like he knows me, he is sensitive to my needs, and he explains why he chose a certain medication over another. When a pain physician recently recommended I switch from one drug to another (and recommended I get in touch with Dr. Peters), Dr. Peters was very clear about the differences and similarities, how the new drug could possibly help with the pain, and what I needed to be aware of while using the specific med. I can see why he is such a great professor and the residents love him. He enjoys what he does (helping people) and it is obvious to the patient, which makes the patient feel well cared for. I have nothing negative to say about Dr. Peters. I hope he doesn't plan to retire anytime soon!!
Considering attitude. Totally disregarded my input about treatment that worked best for my overall mental health.