Dr. Peter Nakaji
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|Med. School:||University Of California, San Diego School Of Medicine|
|Online Appt. Scheduling:||Unknown|
|Accepting New Patients:||Y|
Profile last updated: 6/5/12 Subscribe to profile updates
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Neurosurgeon-related: nervous system, cervical and lumbar spine problems, brain tumors, neurovascular problems, peripheral nerve problems, neurological surgery, brain and spinal cord tumors, skull-base surgery, brachytherapy, aneurysm surgery, epilepsy surgery, neurological surgery
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||2/6/14||SYSTEM: 'birds of a feather' score (based on Medicare patients-in-common): 3.8|
Waited almost 2 hours in room for him to come in and say there is nothing I can do for you. His bedside manner was horrible like I was wasting his time. I would never recommend him.
||3/26/13||1||2||5||5||Dr. Nakaji is a great surgeon and his bedside manner is wonderful. He doesn't want to turn anyone away and wants to help everyone, which affects his ability to keep timely appointments. Unfortunately, there is very poor communication between the medical and office staff, which results in poor communication with us, the patients. The office staff did not ever call me back during a 2.5 week time period during which I had multiple questions and my situation escalated into an emergency. My disability paperwork was also lost three times, which resulted in my pay being denied. I would suggest that you have a backup doctor's office for completing important paperwork if you are dependent upon your income for survival.||Respond|
||9/23/12||5||5||5||5||he is very helpful and very polite he is the best there is.I speak from my own experiens.Thanks to him i am a whole person again.Dr.Nakaji should be on the list of doctors||Respond|
excellent neurosurgeon and also very personable. the surgery was successful even though some unforeseen difficultie arose during surgery. Patient is now totally healed.