Faculty Rank

  • Associate Professor of Nursing
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    Leslie Scott, PhD, APRN - UK HealthCare

Training & Education


PhD, MSN, University of Kentucky

Certifications and Special Training

American Nurses Credentialing Center, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (Primary Care)
National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators, Certified Diabetes Educator
Kentucky Board of Licensed Diabetes Educators, Master Licensed Diabetes Educator

Insurance Information

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Ratings & Reviews

4.79 out of 5
5 Reviews

The star rating is a calculation based on feedback from our patients using our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Learn more about our survey process. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.

  • Patient Review

    I've been with Dr. Scott for five years now and she is my absolute favorite. She has been so good to me she always care so much about me and how I'm doing even my personal life not just about how I'm dealing with my diabetes and it means a lot. She is someone I've been very close with just because of how caring an amazing she is and I love her so much!

    Patient Review

    Leslie is amazing. She always listens and gives sound constructive feedback. She has helped me to get my type 1 in range. I appreciate the fact that she listens and helps in any way that she can.

    Patient Review

    Dr. Scott is a great doctor. She listens to our concerns and is great with the patient.

    Patient Review

    Leslie is outstanding. She's an amazing NP.

    Patient Review

    The ratings above is more for the "counselor" that spoke to me after I visited with the dr. I was given a counselor to speak to regarding my child's illness. She was very uneducated about my son's individual care. The data was given to the doctor but apparently was not explained to this person. I was very upset and felt that my parental responsibilities were challenged when this person apparently had no idea what was happening, The doctor could not give reason as to why my child's bloodwork was not satisfactory. The data was presented that shows that myself and my son's father administer medicine accurately. I do not think this "counselor" had the right to make accusations that were very untrue!