Brent Ingerick, DO

Guthrie Provider

Specialties:

Care Provider Overall: 
5
Provider Reviews: 
152
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Hospital Privileges: 
  • Guthrie Corning Hospital
Clinical Interests: 
  • Osteopathic Manipulation
  • Pediatrics
  • Sports Medicine
Residency: 
  • Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital Sayre, Pa.
Certification: 
  • American Board of Family Practice
Education: 
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, Pa.
Internship: 
  • Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, Pa.

Patient Comments

Patient comments are gathered from our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed in their entirety. Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.

Guthrie Patient: October 2018
very good
Guthrie Patient: September 2018
Dr. Ingrerick is amazing - I am so hoping that he will take me on as his patient since I no longer have a regular primary doctor there. He put me right to ease and comfortable.
Guthrie Patient: September 2018
Dr. Ingerick is very knowledgeable and professional . He is always considerate and reassuring. He always listens. We are lucky to have him !
Guthrie Patient: September 2018
Dr. Ingerick is great!!
Guthrie Patient: September 2018
I meant to say the nice stuff about Ingrick here. Super cool dude, and a living, breathing good experience.
Guthrie Patient: September 2018
Only problem w/*Dr. Ingerick is that it takes too long to get an appt. w/him.
Guthrie Patient: September 2018
I Love my Doctor and so does my Mom who sees him. The Same can not be said about his RN June by either of us. The Blood Draw Lady has No Bedside Manners and is Not A Welcoming Professional.
Guthrie Patient: August 2018
Excellent provider. Made appt. for my husband as a new pt. also.
Guthrie Patient: August 2018
more like a friend than a doctor, but a great doctor
Guthrie Patient: August 2018
I have never had a doctor who spent as much time with me explaining my concerns and actually gave me a choice on choosing a medication. This was only my second visit, and I was impressed that he had remembered non medical topics we discussed and joked about on my first visit six months earlier.