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Syeda Sadia Zaidi, MD


Assistant Professor of Medicine

4.5 4.5 223 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Endocrinology and Metabolism
Adrenal Disease and Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia
Osteoporosis and Metabolic Bone Disease
Pituitary and Neuroendocrine Disorders
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Board Certificates

Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism - American Board of Internal Medicine,
Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine,


Fellowship - Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Residency - University of Tennessee Memphis
Internship - University of Tennessee Memphis


Vanderbilt Diabetes
Vanderbilt Diabetes
1215 21st Avenue South
8th Floor
Nashville, TN 37232

Patient Comments

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Very good.
Patient | February 7, 2017

provider was very kind and knowledgeable
Patient | January 23, 2017

Provider seems to have given up on resolving my symptoms as the condition I have is poorly understood (PCOS). There isn't enough research on this condition, but I feel like she has kind of given up on being able to help me.
Patient | December 16, 2016

I love Dr. Zaidi - I tell everyone I can about how awesome she is.
Patient | November 1, 2016

One of the best visits I've had anywhere in a long time. Dr. Zaidi was very courteous; wrote notes for me to take with me when I left. Answered all my questions despite my being 1 hour late arriving for my appointment.
Patient | October 17, 2016

Very professional & considerate.
Patient | September 28, 2016

She is very professional and a very good listener.
Patient | August 30, 2016

Patient | August 10, 2016

Was only the second time I saw this doctor and all went well.
Patient | June 1, 2016

One of the best experiences I have had with a doctor's office
Patient | May 30, 2016

Great 1st appt.
Patient | May 1, 2016

There was no consideration or thought to questions or concerns regarding my on going health issue. I was informed that there was not scientific evidence/fact in regards to the concerns I have in regards to my health. When my concerns are in fact scientific correct/proven to exist, I was informed that family history and age were the factors. The fact that none of my current health issues are not found in my family mental history.
Patient | March 1, 2016

It bothered me that I received an email (via MyHealth) stating that the radiologist noticed nodules and would like to biopsy them. I got this notice on a Saturday night (I appreciate the doctor working on the weekend, but still. That's heavy news to receive on a Saturday with no one to talk to about it).
Patient | February 8, 2016

My problem is that I am following an advanced health and eating regime called Nutritional Ketosis for Diabetes, based on advanced studies in Type 1 Diabetes. The provider does not understand it and that basic chloresterol tests do not separating LDL int
Patient | January 26, 2016