John Pidgeon, MD

  • Neurology


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?

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

    4.4 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?

    4.6 OUT OF 5 STARS


Dr. Pidgeon and his staff are one of the most caring the Good Samaritan Hospital has. Dr. Pidgeon actually takes the time and cares about his patients. And so does his staff. His nurse Sandy, is amazing. I highly recommend Dr. Pigeon and his staff.
I felt like Dr. Pidgeon listened to me and was very knowledgeable about what was going on and he was very helpful with letting me know that... at least some of this... what I'm going through is normal.
Great services provided thank you
He's very kind and explained it to me very well. Thank you.
Yes, you did a very good job of listening and everything. And going to do a really good job on my seizures and everything. You are really good doctor. And when I see, you gave me a good neurologist to do my implant that's in my chest and everything. Thank you very much.
I have no complaints at all. He did a good job. He has explained things, and talked to me, and it was easy for me to like him, because he paid attention to my needs.
He's a wise man, he's a regular physician - I'm very satisfied with his work ethic. Thank you very much Dr. Pidgeon.
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