Dr. Marshall Baker, MD

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Specializes in Oncology • Male • Age 43

NorthShore Medical Group
1000 Central St Ste 800
Evanston, IL 60201
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  • 21 responses
  • 3 reviews
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4.8 out of 5

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5 out of 5

In December, 2015 I had emergency abdominal surgery done by Dr. Baker. During my five day stay in the hospital and the post op visits afterward, Dr. Baker always took the time to answer my questions and concerns in a most reassuring way. I have a high regard for his expertise as a doctor and greatly appreciate his kind demeanor.

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5 out of 5
- in Glenview, IL |

Quite satisfied with Dr. Baker's attention to detail and overall care for his patients. He performed a laparoscopic appendectomy on me and ensured that the procedure would leave minimal scarring. Healing process has been easy and I was back to work in less than two weeks.

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1 out of 5
- in Chicago, IL |

First I trusted him, Went to him for a consultation for a left inguinal hernia, small bump and had no pain at all He explained my surgery was routine and he does 150 of them a year and I would be fine, Far from it, His surgery left me in chronic mesh pain for more then 2 1/2 years ,after countless follow-up's, an reading the internet(which he advised me and my wife not to read) His solution to me was pain management and psychiatric counseling, Doctors Do make mistakes but will never admit it,

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