Each patient's experience at our practice is important to us. As we strive to provide the highest level of care, we value feedback on all aspects of the patient experience. This Medical GPS patient experience survey measures patient satisfaction from the time the appointment was made to the time the patient spent with the provider.
Recommend: The Recommendation rating reflects patients' overall likelihood of recommending their provider to friends or family members.
Exam Thorough: The Exam Thorough rating reflects how satisfied patients were at the thoroughness and completeness of their examination and treatment.
Provider Answers: The Provider Answers rating shows the level of patient satisfaction on how the provider was able to answer questions and fully explain treatment.
Provider Concern: Provider concern measures the extent to which patients agree they were treated with courtesy, respect and concern throughout the entire examination.
Wait Reasonable: This rating measures patient satisfaction on the total time spent waiting for the provider.
Robert G Aptekar Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford-trained.
Dr. Robert G. Aptekar has over 25 years of experience providing patients with state-of-the-art medical and surgical care and consultations for a wide range of conditions.
Dr. Aptekar received his undergraduate education at Johns Hopkins University and graduated with an honors medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School.
He was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. His postgraduate training included an internship and residency in Orthopedics at Stanford University Medical Center.
He followed this with 2 years of teaching as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford (specializing in joint replacement) and as the Assistant Chief of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation at the Children’s Hospital at Stanford (now Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital).
He then brought his skills and experience to the Santa Clara Valley and founded the Arthritis & Orthopedic Medical Clinic, where he continues to practice to this day.
In addition, 2 years were spent at the National Institutes of Health doing research into the cause and treatment of various forms of arthritis. He has authored 23 papers and presented at national meetings for his colleagues.