Rachel Bidwell

Rachel Bidwell, APRN-CNP

  • Internal Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Nurse Practitioner What's this? A nurse practitioner is extensively trained to treat illness or disease and to prescribe medication to their patients. They work on teams with a licensed physician, but can treat patients with significant autonomy. Nurse practitioners work in a variety of settings, including primary care and various other medical and surgical specialties.

Appointments: (614) 293-1962

Procedures and Conditions I Treat

  • Liver Transplantation
  • Kidney Transplantation
  • Living Donors
  • Transplantation
  • Pancreas Transplantation

More About My Work

Reviews

44 Patient Satisfaction Reviews

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  • Overall
    4.6 out of 5
  • Explains Things Clearly 4.7
  • Listens Carefully 4.6
  • Gives Understandable Instructions 4.7
  • Knows My Medical History 4.5
  • Shows Respect 4.8
  • Time Spent Together 4.6

12 Patient Comments

Reviewed on Nov 06, 2018

She listened to what I had to say and addressed a concern that I had

Reviewed on Aug 30, 2018

Well educated - very good bedside manner - seems genuinely concerned for all health aspects as well as my person mentally as well as physical. A great asset to your team.

Reviewed on Aug 15, 2018

Good.

Reviewed on Jul 26, 2018

very good

Reviewed on Jun 15, 2018

Nice always.

Reviewed on May 11, 2018

quick, friendly and genuinely concerned about my health

Reviewed on Apr 19, 2018

Real friendly.

Reviewed on Mar 31, 2018

She was good, Sometimes I feel like that because I have had my transplant for so long that I am not longer important to anyone

Reviewed on Nov 20, 2017

Knew my health history/allowed opportunity to ask questions.

Reviewed on Nov 15, 2017

Care good.

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