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Neeraja B Peterson, MD, MS

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Associate Professor of Medicine; Medical Director, Vanderbilt Adult Primary Care; Associate Director, Internal Medicine Residency Training Program; Associate Chair, Ambulatory Education, Department of Medicine

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4.8 4.8 102 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Internal Medicine
Primary Care

Board Certificates

Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine, 2000

Education

MD - Vanderbilt University, 1997
MS - Boston University, 2002
Fellowship - Boston University Medical Center, 2002
Residency - Duke University Health System, 2000
Internship - Duke University Health System, 1998

Location(s)

Vanderbilt Adult Primary Care
Vanderbilt Adult Primary Care
1215 21st Avenue South
7th floor
Nashville, TN 37232
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Patient Comments

Patient Comments are gathered from the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed in full. Patients are not identified in order to respect patient privacy.
I do not EVER utilize a provider's office UNLESS I am told I must come in for my annual exam to get my thyroid medication and if I AM HAVING a problem, that being said I have been in the providers office two times in 2017 and once this year. When I ask to be referred for appropriate VUMC consults was told they are not TAKING NEW patients, then told to call outside of the VUMC for the services. The point of going to VUMC is to have coordinated care, not fractured community care and insurance co pays across different providers
Patient | January 30, 2018

I am very grateful for Dr. Peterson's care and treatment to help me be as healthy as possible.
Patient | September 5, 2017

Dr. Peterson is an outstanding doctor. I'm lucky to have her as my provider.
Patient | August 30, 2017

Dr. Peterson is the best dr I've ever had.
Patient | July 15, 2017

Dr. Peterson is thorough, a good, active listener, and has easy to understand recommendations.
Patient | April 6, 2017

Dr. Peterson is the best physician I've ever had.
Patient | February 14, 2017