John Pidgeon, MD

(180 Ratings, 28 Comments)
  • Neurology
Accepting new patients.


John Pidgeon, MD, attended medical school at the State University of New York Health Sciences Center in Syracuse, New York. He trained in neurology at Case Western in Cleveland, Ohio, and has fellowship sub-specialty training in both epilepsy and sleep medicine. Dr. Pidgeon enjoys taking care of his patients, as well as the challenge of figuring out complex cases. He chose to specialize in neurology because of his fascination with neuroscience. When not at Good Samaritan seeing patients, he enjoys traveling and spending time at home in Boise, Idaho.
  • Did this provider listen carefully to you?

    4.6 OUT OF 5 STARS
  • Did you trust this provider with your care?

    4.7 OUT OF 5 STARS
  • From 0 to 5 (0 = worst provider possible & 5 = best provider possible) What number would you use to rate this provider?

    4.7 OUT OF 5 STARS
  • How likely would you be to recommend this provider to your family and friends?

    4.7 OUT OF 5 STARS


Not impressed with this provider.
I really liked seeing Dr. Pidgeon. However, that was my first visit and it's very hard to give an opinion on a first visit. That's one thing - you got to wait til I've seen him a couple times and figure out what's going on before I can rate him or recommend him. Number two - I do believe there should have been a lot of paperwork about family history, or medical history that was not given - and that's all. Thank you.
Everyone was caring and helpful.
Dr. Pidgeon explained my stroke and possible causes. Also explained my current medications and how they are used to prevent another stroke occurrence. Very Thorough.
Good morning, the staff and Dr. Pidgeon was very wonderful and I would highly recommend them, that you listen very closely to what is going on with your problem. And I would highly recommend them very good. Thank you.
You guys did very well on everything. Thank you.
The nurse's and the doctor was very nice & friendly. They took their time with me & didn't rush around.
The nurse was very kind and spent quite a piece of time with me before the doctor came in. Don't remember her name, but she was very nice.
Very friendly!
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