Ratings for Dr. Kenneth Pace
Dr. Pace did my kidney transplant operation and completely changed my life. I have't had to do dialysis (which I was doing 3 times a week for 10 years) since the surgery, and that has made an incredible difference in my life. His team of residents and especially his assistant Marketa were also fantastic!
Dr. Pace used robotic surgery to remove my prostate. He called me at home the night before the first scheduled surgery date because he had to perform a transplant. I was astonished that a top surgeon such as he would call me personally. I can't say enough about Marketa, who is efficient, understanding and warm. Dr. Pace has a warm and open character, one for which I as his patient am very grateful.
Dr. Pace did partial nephrectomy of my right kidney using DaVinci Robot. Everything was perfect. I was free of pain after a week.Dr. Pace and his secretary -Marketa are amazing people. They care about the patients and they doing everything to help before and after the surgery. Thank you very, very much both of you!!!! Cezary G
I have had several urologists over the years. One was terrible most were cpmpetent to very god but Dr. Pace was by far the best. He is very knowledgeable and explains everything to you in simple, clear terms. He is friendly and most willing to answer questions. I never feel rushed with him. I will be having Lithotripsy with him again on May 30/17 & I am anticipating all to go well again.
Certainly a good dedicated doctor, however after removal of a impacted stone (my 28th stone since I was 20 years old) I have been left in chronic pain without any real help from Dr Pace or St Mikes. They have suggest I suffer from too much coffee or alcohol (not a drop of either for 2 years), a sore back... I have gone to St Josephs who have diagnosed a some narrowing of my ureter (so this isn't my problem) and very likely nerve damage from the last procedure performed by Dr Pace. Based on my research, turns out some 20% of patients end up with chronic pain when having impacted stones surgically removed. Can't for the life of me figure out why Dr Pace and the others at St Mikes wouldn't know this?? I am at the point of simply having my kidney removed - I am in pain (ranging from 2 - 6) of and on every day. Fortunately I am able to work, but its no way to live. I am very likely going to get another stone (all have been on my right side) so why not take it out. I feel like the team at St Mikes has completely abandoned me after removing my stone (which by the way was diagnosed in May 2014 and finally removed in February 2015 - no wonder I'm having problems now). Its disappointing to say the least.
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