Christopher Kaiser, PA-C

Christopher Kaiser, PA-C

Pulmonary

Biography

Christopher Kaiser, PA-C graduated from Wake Forest School of Medicine with a Master of Medical Science in P.A. Studies. He has also earned a Master of Science degree in Health and Exercise Science at Wake Forest University, and completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware in Exercise Physiology. Prior to working as a hospitalist physician assistant in Buffalo, NY, Chris has served across the healthcare arena. These experiences included positions in clinical research, as a course instructor for physical fitness and healthy lifestyles, as the human performance laboratory coordinator at Wake Forest University, and as an emergency medical technician.

Chris is a compassionate, highly motivated, and personable physician assistant. He has hospitalist experience in settings such as a large academic medical center, private community hospital, and COVID pandemic center, and has background in working with underprivileged and minority populations. Chris has excellent communication skills with patients, families, attending physicians, specialists, and multidisciplinary teams. Chris leverages his Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology, to help promote healthy lifestyles, and to improve quality of life.

Outside of medicine, Chris enjoys spending time with family and friends, and likes to stay active by cycling, swimming, hiking, and walking his dog.

Preoperative Assessments of Patients Undergoing Non-Cardiac Surgery
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Patient Satisfaction

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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)

    4.81 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?

    4.86 out of 5

How does Christopher Kaiser compare?

Question Christopher
1. How would you rate getting an appointment as soon as you needed?  4.33
2. When you contact the office, how would you rate getting the help or advice you need? 4.36
3. How would you rate the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff? 4.46
4. How would you rate the comfort and cleanliness of the waiting area? (How neat, comfortable, pleasant was the waiting room) 4.54
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? 4.47
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) 4.81
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? 4.86
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? 4.43
9. How would you rate how easy it is to get appointments with specialists? 3.75
10. Considering all aspects of the office, would you say that you are: completely satisfied, very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, somewhat dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied? 4.43

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