Nicole Reese

Nicole Reese, PA-C

  • Urology
  • Physician Assistant What's this? A physician assistant is extensively trained to treat illness or disease and prescribes medication to their patients. They work on teams with a licensed physician, but can treat patients with significant autonomy. Physician assistants work in a variety of settings, including primary care and various other medical and surgical specialties.

About Me

As a transplant physician assistant at Ohio State, I work with a multidisciplinary team to help manage abdominal organ transplant patients following their operation and those who are readmitted within the first year of their transplant.

My goal is to help patients return to doing the things they love in life, and I treat every patient as a unique individual. It’s very rewarding to be a part of these lifesaving organ transplants. Even after a major surgery, my patients often say "I have not felt this good in years!"

I grew up here in Columbus and have always been a big Buckeye fan. My favorite part about working at Ohio State is the opportunity to work on such a great team that is dedicated to providing excellent patient care.

When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending my free time running, working out at Orangetheory Fitness and hanging out with my sister.

Procedures and Conditions I Treat

  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Prostatic Hyperplasia
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • Urinary Retention
  • Urology
  • Hematuria

Education and Training

More About My Work

My Background

Board Certification

National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
4/23/2015

My Department

Urology

Reviews

33 Patient Satisfaction Reviews

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  • Overall
    4.3 out of 5
  • Explains Things Clearly 4.5
  • Listens Carefully 4.4
  • Gives Understandable Instructions 4.3
  • Knows My Medical History 3.8
  • Shows Respect 4.5
  • Time Spent Together 4.6

13 Patient Comments

Reviewed on Nov 01, 2018

Excellent and followed a complex history well.

Reviewed on Oct 30, 2018

Very courteous, personable, gave me the time I needed, knowledgeable about health issues I raised, gave me choices about further care

Reviewed on Sep 26, 2018

Very good: Efficient, friendly, very knowledgeable, easy to understand explanations.

Reviewed on Sep 01, 2018

good. listened, i suggested a test

Reviewed on Aug 13, 2018

Did not show concern for my suffering or input.

Reviewed on Aug 02, 2018

professional and knowledgeable

Reviewed on Jul 31, 2018

She was very knowledgable about my health issue. I was impressed that she didn't want to put me thru a lot of (possible unnecessary) tests. She suggested trying meds 1st & if they don't solve the issue, then she'd proceed w/testing.

Reviewed on Jul 17, 2018

good

Reviewed on Jun 25, 2018

Friendly, thorough and efficient.

Reviewed on Jun 23, 2018

Explained things well and was thorough.

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Consulting and Related Relationships

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As of 03/26/2018, Dr. Reese has reported no relationships with companies or entities.