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5 Stars

13 Reviews | Average Rating: 5

5 Stars

Awesome surgeon. Very caring with his patients. I am two years cancer free due to his quick actions and concern for my health! He's the best!
5 Stars

He is the kindest most caring doctor ever! I am alive today because of him!
5 Stars

I am doing this review with my grandma who just had surgery with Dr. Grigoriev. My grandma had to have her kidney removed due to cancerous tumors. My grandma Marcella was really upset when she read these comments posted about Dr. Grigoriev as she had a wonderful experience with her surgery. Dr. Grigoriev was very kind, friendly and caring! He seemed to really care about my grandma and the nurses and staff in his office were equally wonderful! She wants to thank Dr. Grigoriev and his staff for taking great care of her!
5 Stars

The Doctor is wonderful and so is Rachel his physicians assistant and his staff. When I went to him, he had my cyst drained and I had questions about an alcohol procedure I had heard about and he and she explained it was very painful (as I read more, I read this), they care a great deal about the patient's pain. The draining was very little discomfort, when it came back they decided to take it out, then Doctor Grigoriev preformed the robotic surgery with very little pain. At one point, several months after the draining, I called with bladder and stomach pain and they brought me in immediately and got my test the same day and my antibiotics that day and I got better, I have never been treated this well and the hospital was wonderful they let me order whatever I wanted for breakfast and it was very good. These people are very good and very caring.
5 Stars

When my annual PSA reading began to exceed 5.0, Doctor Grigoriev prescribed more frequent testing, and when the PSA reached 5.5, he recommended a biopsy (while also noting that if we only did an MRI, we wouldn’t know whether cancer was present). Sure enough, we found cancer, but caught it early; it hadn’t spread into the lymph nodes or surrounding tissue. He reviewed several options with me, and after I visited the ACS website, I chose to have robotic surgery. Dr. Grigoriev did a fantastic job, and the staff at Mountain View Hospital was caring and professional. It’s been three weeks since my operation, and I am completely recovered: even returned to the gym (being very careful, of course). Although the process is uncomfortable, I highly recommend Dr. Grigoriev, Mountain View, and the robotic procedure itself. All things considered, it has been a worthwhile experience.
5 Stars

Victor had such great bedside manner, very kind, approachable, great smile.
5 Stars

I just finished a shock therapy session with Dr. Grigoriev for a large 8mm kidney stone, and everything was such a smooth process, my recovery has been great and he is very knowledgable. He puts you at ease from the very beginning, very smooth surgery, thank you Doctor.
5 Stars

I just finished a shock therapy session with Dr. Grigoryev for a large 8mm kidney stone, and everything was such a smooth process, my recovery has been great and he is very knowledgable. He puts you at ease from the very beginning, very smooth surgery, thank you Doctor.
5 Stars

Dr Grigoriev was so wonderful to my mother! My mother was to get a hysterectomy and was terrified. Her Dr referred her to Dr G and she was immediately put to ease as soon as she met Dr Grigoriev. He has a wonderful bedside manner and was very informative. He was happy to listen to any questions my mother or myself had which is important in these moments in life. He never made either one of us feel uneasy or uncared for. I def recommend Dr Grigoriev!!!
5 Stars

My father has seen Dr Grigoriev for many years. Thanks to him, my dad has survived kidney and bladder cancer! He is amazing - so skilled and such a nice person. You're THE BEST, Dr. Grigoriev!
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