Neurological Surgeons
26 years of experience
Video profile
Accepting new patients
University
University of Utah
175 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
801-585-6064
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Patient Reviews ?

Overall Rating:
4.0
  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
Total Ratings

8

Total Reviews

3

Ratings
4 stars
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Ease of Appointment:
  • Currently 3 of 4 stars
Promptness:
  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
Courteous Staff:
  • Currently 2.8 of 4 stars
Accurate Diagnosis:
  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
Bedside Manner:
  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
Spends Time with Me:
  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
Follows Up After Visit:
  • Currently 3.5 of 4 stars
Average Wait: 20 minutes
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  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
 |  grateful relative  |  show details
by Marjie Jackson on Feb 28th, 2014

Dr. Couldwell is my hero. Large tumor my mother-in-law had is almost completely gone. Nothing short of a miracle. Will be forever grateful to Dr. Coudwell.

  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
 |  Christmas Emergency  |  show details
Jan 25th, 2011

I can't comment on office staff, because we only dealt with him in the hospital. The entire neurosurgery and neuro critical care unit were very caring and attentive. Dr. Cauldwell is an excellent surgeon in our opinion, and if ever we needed neurosurgery again, I could only pray we are back in Utah. We are from Oklahoma, and I believe fate brought us here to get wonderful care from an excellent surgeon for my husbands stroke. He came in on Christmas day and did surgery, such a wonderful gift

  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
 |  Dr Couldwell is failed by incompetant staff and unkind hospital administration  |  show details
Aug 16th, 2008

Dr. Couldwell is one of the most kind, Generous, thourough doctors I have every met. He is unequaled in many areas of specialty with reguards neurosurgery. He processes a wealth of knowledge and experience that is rare within this state which eplains how he can effectively diagnose persons wih complex neurosurgical histories. Unfortunately the staff that works in his office are easily agitated by non-harmful behaviors that are common amoung patients with extensive neurosurgical histories. These "salem witch-trial" persons are enabled by hospital administration and an intolerant customer service department. The hospital has been under investigation for systemic problems with discrimination. Still Dr. Couldwell is worth the trouble of bringing a friend or relative as a witness to insure that you or your relative are not targeted because of behaviors resulting from disabilities caused by brain damage