Shumei Man, M.D., Ph.D.
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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Residency - Miami Valley Hospital
Dayton, OH USA
Fellowship - Cleveland Clinic
Cerebrovascular Clinical Scholar
Cleveland, OH USA
Graduate School - China Medical University
Residency - China Medical University
Medical Education - China Medical University
Research & Publications
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101 Patient Satisfaction Reviews
The Patient Satisfaction Rating is an average of all responses to the care provider related questions shown below from our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Patients that are treated in outpatient or hospital environments may receive different surveys, and the volume of responses will vary by question.
Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
The comments are submitted by patients and reflect their views and opinions. The comments are not endorsed by and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cleveland Clinic.
|Courtesy, Respect & Concern||4.4|
|Knows Medical History||4|
|Time Spent with Patient||4.6|
|Patient Rating of Doctor||4.3|
11 Patient Comments
Reviewed on Jul 10, 2019
Dr. Man was absolutely amazing! Very kind and listened to my issues. I will recommend her and the Cleveland Clinic to all in need.
Reviewed on May 13, 2019
Dr. Man absolutely wrote off all of my symptoms as a vitamin deficiency and I couldn't get calls back. I am already seeking a new neurologist
Reviewed on Apr 29, 2019
I am sure Dr. Man is a competent neurologist, but she has no what used to be called bedside manner. I felt like I was just a set of symptoms to her. She had not read over the medical records sent by physician before saw me and gave them only a cursory look through during the appointment. She did look at me sometimes, but mostly just looked at the computer while she typed in her thoughts, I guess. It's good to take notes so that she'll remember me the next time she sees me, but to need the PC as a security blanket seems like the wrong way to deal with a human being. I can't tell you how disappointed I was with her overall.
Reviewed on Mar 28, 2019
the provider didn't seem engaged. i felt she could have showed more compassion. She was strictly to the point.. She also placed a problem on my after visit summary that she didn't explain. I had to go to the internet to find out what it meant.
Reviewed on Mar 28, 2019
Everyone with the exception of the provider was really nice and showed empathy and concern. I felt no warmth or compassion from the Doctor
Reviewed on Mar 27, 2019
she spent very little time with me. wasnt sure if she completely understood why I was there to begin with. Did not listen to my thoughts and ideas on my current symptoms. Was not satisfied with her plan of action for care. She was on her computer a majority of time where the other doctors I saw that day took the time to listen to why I was visiting the Cleveland Clinic in the first place. Was not satisfied with her plan of action for future care after I had already told her I completed vestibular therapy/analysis with another hospital, she did not seem to listen to that info and suggested I took on their vestibular therapy process.
Reviewed on Mar 4, 2019
Dr Man explains and takes her time with me. She also returns phone calls and emails.
Reviewed on Jan 14, 2019
This doctor looked me in the face when she walked into the room. That was the only time. She didn't ask me any questions. She looked and the computer and told me what we were going to do. she didn't do any kind of exam. I could have not taken the time off work and she could have just looked at me in the computer and text me what we were going to do. This is by far the worst appointment I have ever had.
Reviewed on Jan 14, 2019
Everyone but the doctor lived up to what I have learned to expect from Cleveland Clinic
Reviewed on Jan 11, 2019
Dr. Man one of the best doctors I have ever met
Reviewed on Sep 26, 2018
My experience with Dr. man was very good. She listened to all my questions and answered them. I felt that she was very thorough.
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