Dr. Patrick J. Reagan
Federal Way, Washington Map
|Med. School:||Creighton University School Of Medicine|
|Online Appt. Scheduling:||Unknown|
|Accepting New Patients:||Y|
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Dr. Patrick J. Reagan has an excellent overall rating on RateMDs.com.
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Cardiologist-related: heart disease, heart problems, artery disease, arterial disease, vein problems, stents, angioplasty, coronary artery disease
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||22/04/14||SYSTEM: 'birds of a feather' score (based on Medicare patients-in-common): 3.6|
||20/10/13||SYSTEM: First Name changed from "Patrick" to "Patrick J."|
||24/05/11||5||5||5||5||I have a serious problem with having former patients rate a professional. Happy patients rarely go to the trouble to review the Doctor while angry ones are driven like lemmings by a full moon. They will go to great lengths to skewer the Dr. like they are on a mission from God. He is a very knowledgable, likable and qualified Cardiologist. That is what patients need to know. How would the average lay person or, more importantly, you for instance know if he is knowledgable? I am more than glad to be legally responsible for what I write. Are you?--legally responsible?--as you should darn well be? Be sure to speak loudly into the microphone. The absolute best treatment possible at the time of the treatment can go awry.||Respond|
Dr Reagan took care of both my parents. He invented a way for my father to do his own iv treatment for CHF so that he would not have to go to the hospital ER and be admitted frequently. This added to his quality of life. He is very caring and it shows in his words and body language. I can't say enough good things about this doctor. He is the best!
Insurance: Blue Cross / Blue Shield
||13/06/07||5||5||5||Dr. Reagan is one of the best and most experienced physician I have ever encountered. He is concerned for his patients and very careful to explain his findings and prognosis. My wife was the one had the angiogram a procedure not without its danger and he assured both in his words and body language that my wife was fine and that her future prognosis was excellent and it was possible that her pulse irregularity might just disappear. He was correct. Due to the complexities of health insurance I can not state meaningfully what we ended up paying for his care at any one time.||Respond|