Jennifer Hah

Pain specialist

Instructor, Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine
4.5 out of 5
45 Patient Ratings
5 Patient Comments

Pain Management Center

  • 450 Broadway Street
  • Redwood City, CA 94063
  • Phone: 650-723-6238
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Professional Education

Fellowship: Stanford University Hospital - Pain Medicine (2010) CA

Residency: Stanford University Hospital - Anesthesia Dept (2009) CA

Residency: Cleveland Clinic Foundation (2007) OH

Internship: Cleveland Clinic Foundation (2007) OH

M.S., Stanford University, Epidemiology (2013)

Board Certification: Pain Medicine, American Board of Anesthesiology (2011)

Board Certification: Anesthesiology, American Board of Anesthesiology

Medical Education: Northeastern Ohio Universities (2005) OH

Patient Ratings and Comments

4.6

Friendliness

4.4

Recommended to others

4.4

Explanations

4.5

Listens

4.6

Includes you in decisions

4.7

Clear Communication

4.6

Confidence in your doctor

4.0

Wait times

SHC Patient, Nov 2014

Dr. Hah can speak very quickly using medical terms that are difficult to understand.

SHC Patient, Oct 2014

The doctor was good. She said she would give me a prescription that she never did, and calls to the office about it have not been returned.

SHC Patient, Aug 2014

Dr. Hah was reassuringly attentive, patient, and thorough in her explanations.

SHC Patient, May 2014

Thank you for the good work!

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Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are research studies that evaluate a new medical approach, device, drug, or other treatment. As a Stanford Health Care patient, you may have access to the latest, advanced clinical trials.

Open trials refer to studies currently accepting participants. Closed trials are not currently enrolling, but may open in the future.

Self-Loathing Aspects of Depression Reduce Postoperative Opioid Cessation Rate
Hah, J. M., Mackey, S., Barelka, P. L., Wang, C. Km., Wang, B. M., & Carroll, I. R. (2014). Self-Loathing Aspects of Depression Reduce Postoperative Opioid Cessation Rate. PAIN MEDICINE, 15(6), 954-964.

Self-loathing aspects of depression reduce postoperative opioid cessation rate.
Hah, J. M., Mackey, S., Barelka, P. L., Wang, C. Km., Wang, B. M., & Carroll, I. R. (2014). Self-loathing aspects of depression reduce postoperative opioid cessation rate. Pain medicine , 15(6), 954-964.

From Catastrophizing to Recovery: a pilot study of a single-session treatment for pain catastrophizing.
Darnall, B. D., Sturgeon, J. A., Kao, M.-C., Hah, J. M., & Mackey, S. C. (2014). From Catastrophizing to Recovery: a pilot study of a single-session treatment for pain catastrophizing. Journal of pain research, 7, 219-226.

Perioperative interventions to reduce chronic postsurgical pain.
Carroll, I., Hah, J., Mackey, S., Ottestad, E., Kong, J. T., & Curtin, C. (2013). Perioperative interventions to reduce chronic postsurgical pain. Journal of reconstructive microsurgery, 29(4), 213-222.

Perioperative Interventions to Reduce Chronic Postsurgical Pain
Carroll, I., Hah, J., Mackey, S., Ottestad, E., Kong, J. T., & Curtin, C. (2013). Perioperative Interventions to Reduce Chronic Postsurgical Pain. JOURNAL OF RECONSTRUCTIVE MICROSURGERY, 29(4), 213-222.

Exploratory factor analysis of the beck depression inventory: predictors of delayed opioid cessation after surgery in a pilot cohort study
Hah, J., Carroll, I., Younger, J., & Mackey, S. (2013). Exploratory factor analysis of the beck depression inventory: predictors of delayed opioid cessation after surgery in a pilot cohort study. JOURNAL OF PAIN, 14(4), S25-S25.

Analysis of preoperative measures that predict interference with sleep recovery after surgery
Schmidt, P., Hah, J., Barelka, P., Wang, C., Wang, B., & Carroll, I. (2013). Analysis of preoperative measures that predict interference with sleep recovery after surgery. JOURNAL OF PAIN, 14(4), S19-S19.

Factors contributing to pain chronicity
Wang, C. K., Hah, J. M., & Carroll, I. (2009). Factors contributing to pain chronicity. CURRENT PAIN AND HEADACHE REPORTS, 13(1), 7-11.

The dromedary sign - An unusual capnograph tracing
Jaffe, R. A., Talavera, J. A., Hah, J. M., & Brock-Utne, J. G. (2008). The dromedary sign - An unusual capnograph tracing. ANESTHESIOLOGY, 109(1), 149-150.

4.5 out of 5
45 Patient Ratings
5 Patient Comments

SHC Patient, Nov 2014

Dr. Hah can speak very quickly using medical terms that are difficult to understand.

SHC Patient, Oct 2014

The doctor was good. She said she would give me a prescription that she never did, and calls to the office about it have not been returned.

SHC Patient, Aug 2014

Dr. Hah was reassuringly attentive, patient, and thorough in her explanations.

SHC Patient, May 2014

Thank you for the good work!

SHC Patient, Feb 2014

She didn't know why I came in, refused to listen, wanted me on more medication despite my "natural" lifestyle. Was accusatory & insulting.