Ratings for Dr. Nicole Jacobi
Dr Jacobi was not a pleasant doctor to have and I only spent 10 minutes with her before we asked for a different doctor. She acts with out asking if you are OK with something and she makes it so that you don't have control in how you receive care. I would not recommend her to anyone.
I am very happy to have found out that this doctor has left... She was helpful in the beginning but as the disease progressed she wasnt there to help and basically discouraged us from a recovery. I would not suggest that she'd treat other patients with cancer and should end her career as a physician from this point forward so that she does not do the same for others.
Compassionate and knowledgeable. Dr Jacobi always takes to time to listen to my questions, and has encouraged me to research as well. I feel very included in the treatment plan at all times. Her assistant Jamie is knowledgeable and professional as well. I feel lucky to have this physician and her assistant.
Dr. Jacobi was very thorough and compassionate during our time with her. She provide all information, answered questions and clarified when asked. She personally called the house on two occasions and through her staff, always responded within the day. Her honesty was appreciated as was her knowledge. She is responsible for extending a life.
Dr Jacobi has been a good oncologist for myself thus far. She's usually a few minutes late but the amount of time that she spends answering questions for us makes up for it. I'm thinking based on the previous comments that her usual nurse wasn't there. We've had the same nurse at every appointment and she has been very helpful with any questions we had and seemed very interested in making sure we understood everything. In the end Dr. Jacobi can be a little "to the point" but she is very accommodating and helpful and I'm confident leaving my care in her hands.
Dr Jacobi is not professional in any way. When a cancer patient tries to explain symptoms she just overpowers you and changes the subject. She does not read the patients records or retains any information. She gave up on us early on and does not follow up with her intentions. Her primary nurse was not companionate either.
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