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Jonathan Green, MPA, PA-C

Guthrie Provider

Specialties:

Care Provider Overall: 
4.5
Provider Reviews: 
114

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  • Clinical Details
  • Education
Hospital Privileges: 
  • Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital
Clinical Interests: 
  • General Orthopedics
  • Hip Disorders
  • Joint Replacement of Hip & Knee
  • Knee Arthritis
  • Knee Reconstruction
  • Sports Medicine

Patient Ratings

The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to care provider related questions on our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
Likelihood of Recommending Care Provider: 
4.5
Patients' Confidence in Care Provider: 
4.5
Time Care Provider Spent with Patient: 
4.5
Care Provider Spoke Using Clear Language: 
5
Care Provider Efforts to Include in Decisions: 
4.5
Care Provider's Concern for Questions and Worries: 
4.5
Care Provider's Explanations of Condition/Problem: 
4.5
Care Provider Information About Medications: 
4.5
Care Provider Instructions for Follow-Up Care: 
4.5
Care Provider's Friendliness and Courtesy: 
4.5
Certification: 
  • National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistants
Education: 
  • D'Youville College, Buffalo, N.Y.
  • University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb.

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: January 2020
I have had Jonathan Green, PA, cast my fractured Rt wrist in Oct 2018. He was very considerate then. He was considerate today also, but he seemed slightly distracted or rushed. He didn't sit to talk to me, just stood and looked down at me. I made a statement about some pain that occurred in my finger when stitches were removed and he had no comment. Was just looking for a possible reason, or if it may stick around, etc. I realized this was rescheduled with him from my usual provider, but I felt a little put off. I'm sure he was busy if Nancy Thompson was out and the schedule was a little cramped, so I understand why he wanted to keep it brief.
Guthrie Patient: December 2019
Jonathan is always one of my favorites at the Guthrie. He is very friendly, kind and informative.
Guthrie Patient: November 2019
When I asked a question he spoke as if I was an idiot when asked to clarify his answer very condescending.
Guthrie Patient: October 2019
I realize he was running behind schedule, but 4 minutes to see a patient, especially since I waited 57 minutes past my appointment time. I had to take time off work and that extra time used up my time from work.
Guthrie Patient: September 2019
Jonathan Green is very pleasant, answers my questions and helps me make the best decisions for my problems. I highly recommend him to everyone.
Guthrie Patient: September 2019
not very talkative, only conversation was toward my visit.
Guthrie Patient: August 2019
I enjoyed the visit.
Guthrie Patient: July 2019
wouldn't recommend to anyone and will be going to CMA for all future orthopedic needs
Guthrie Patient: May 2019
Jonathan Green is fantastic with patients. I have had him assist me through 5 surgurys.
Guthrie Patient: May 2019
I have severe anxiety when it comes to medical procedures and was being seen to have stitches removed. I asked to see the tools and asked for an explanation of exactly what was going to be done. Jonathan stood against the wall and crossed his arms and told me to knock it off and sit still. He said he was going to refuse to take the stitches out. what he did refuse was giving a small amount of compassion and taking two minutes out of his day to explain what was going to happen so I could feel more at ease. He made me feel terrible. I was able to have my Mom attend and help me get through the process. He asked how my finger was and I explained I was having pain and difficulty in bending it and he said 'Squeeze a stress ball. You'll be fine. We don't need to see you again.'. Then he walked out of the room.