Elizabeth Kidd

Radiation oncologist

Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology (Radiation Therapy) at the Stanford University Medical Center
4.6 out of 5
74 Patient Ratings
6 Patient Comments

Radiation Oncology

Professional Education

  • Residency: Washington University Dept of Radiation Oncology (2010) MO
  • Internship: Washington University School Of Medicine (2006) MO
  • Medical Education: Washington University School Of Medicine (2005) MO
  • Board Certification: Radiation Oncology, American Board of Radiology (2011)

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4.7

Friendliness

4.6

Recommended to others

4.5

Explanations

4.5

Listens

4.6

Includes you in decisions

4.6

Clear Communication

4.6

Confidence in your doctor

4.3

Wait times

SHC Patient, Jun 2015

Truly a good person for me.

SHC Patient, May 2015

Very good they were excellent people.

SHC Patient, Feb 2015

Very friendly made me feel comfortable and relaxed and confident.

SHC Patient, Dec 2014

All good and kind to other like me.

SHC Patient, Oct 2014

Expert at inserting IV.

SHC Patient, Aug 2014

Always go away informed and happy.

4.6 out of 5
74 Patient Ratings
6 Patient Comments

SHC Patient, Jun 2015

Truly a good person for me.

SHC Patient, May 2015

Very good they were excellent people.

SHC Patient, Feb 2015

Very friendly made me feel comfortable and relaxed and confident.

SHC Patient, Dec 2014

All good and kind to other like me.

SHC Patient, Oct 2014

Expert at inserting IV.

SHC Patient, Aug 2014

Always go away informed and happy.