Dr. Allison Bean completed her Pediatric residency at St. Louis University and is Board Certified in Pediatrics. Dr. Bean has served in several leadership positions, including Pediatric Chief Resident at the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. She was Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics for the University of North Carolina School of Medicine while working as a Pediatric Hospitalist at the Betty H. Cameron Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Dr. Bean also served at Children’s Health of Carolina, Robeson County Health Department Child Health Plus, where she was an Outpatient Pediatrician. There too, she was an Adjunct Professor for the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Bean is passionate about providing evidence-based medicine to the patients she serves. She remains committed to ensuring comprehensive and compassionate supportive care for all of her patients.
Dr. Bean is originally from Wilmington. She attended John T. Hoggard High School and is very happy to be “back to her roots” and serving the patient population of her hometown. She is a married mom of 3 children, 2 dogs, and 4 chickens. She enjoys spending time with her family, especially on the water. She and her husband are avid fishermen and part of the Got-Em-On Fishing Club out of Carolina Beach. She also enjoys crafting and making wreaths and other home decor when time allows.
Clinically, Dr. Bean enjoys partnering with caregivers and patients in their quest for happy and healthy lifestyles. It is a privilege, as a pediatrician, to be able to participate in children’s lives and watch them grow into thriving young adults.
Our patient satisfaction surveys help us identify areas of improvement to work toward providing you with the best healthcare in the area. Patient satisfaction, along with increasing the quality of care delivered and reducing healthcare costs, are the three organizational objectives we focus on each and every day.
Provider Specific Scores
6. How would you rate how well this provider communicates? (easy to understand, listens carefully to you, shows respect for what you had to say, sensitivity, friendliness)4.80 out of 5
7. Using a number from 1 to 5, where 5 is the best provider possible and 1 is the worst provider possible, what number would you use to rate this provider?4.70 out of 5
How does Allison Bean compare?
|1. How would you rate getting an appointment as soon as you needed?||5.00|
|2. When you contact the office, how would you rate getting the help or advice you need?||4.90|
|3. How would you rate the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff?||4.90|
|4. How would you rate the comfort and cleanliness of the waiting area? (How neat, comfortable, pleasant was the waiting room)||4.90|
|5. Wait time includes the time you spend in the waiting area and the exam room before you see your provider. How would you rate the amount of time that you had to wait to see the provider?||4.50|
|6. How would you rate how well this provider communicates? (easy to understand, listens carefully to you, shows respect for what you had to say, sensitivity, friendliness)||4.80|
|7. Using a number from 1 to 5, where 5 is the best provider possible and 1 is the worst provider possible, what number would you use to rate this provider?||4.70|
|8. When this provider orders a blood test, x-ray, or other test for you, how would you rate how well this provider’s office follows up to give you those results?||4.80|
|9. How would you rate how easy it is to get appointments with specialists?||4.88|
|10. Considering all aspects of the office, would you say that you are: completely satisfied, very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, somewhat dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied?||4.70|