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Internal Medicine
PCP (Primary Care Physician)

Sub Specialty:
Bariatric Medicine
Obesity Medicine

Hospital Affiliation(s):
Magee-Womens Hospital
UPMC Presbyterian

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Patient Satisfaction Ratings:
4.8 Stars
260 Patient
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Solano & Kokales Internal Medicine Associates - UPMC
University Center
120 Lytton Ave.
Suite 100A
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Office Phone:
(412) 647-4545

Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC (Center for Bariatric Weight Loss)
300 Halket St.
Suite 5600
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Scheduling Phone:
(412) 641-7694


Bariatric Medicine, American Board of Bariatric Medicine
Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine


MD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Hahnemann/Drexel University College,
Philadelphia, PA

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February 27, 2018

Dr. March is the best PCP I ever had. Wonderful person and MD

February 26, 2018

Dr. March and her staff are professional and made me feel comfortable during my visit. This was my first visit to Dr. March and I was very pleased.

February 20, 2018

Every interaction that I have ever had with Vicki March has been of the highest caliber. She is attentive and patient in all possible ways. I always feel better just talking to her. She listens. I am always surprised when I get test results or x-ray results back so very quickly! Dr. March sent me the results Tuesday evening and sent an explanation. I generally communicate with her through Health Trak

February 06, 2018


January 30, 2018

My visit with Dr Vicki March was extraordinary. She spent so much time with me discussing everything. I have never had a physician so thorough and willing to spend that much time with me.

January 29, 2018

Dr. March is an excellent, caring and bright physician. I have all the confidence in the world in her.

January 22, 2018

great care

January 22, 2018

Dr. March has been taking care of me for years. She has always treated me with great respect. She spent time listening to my concerns, she had lots of patience with me. She has always calling me back whenever I called her and needed help from her. My family and I have been very fortunate to have Dr. March in our lives.

January 19, 2018

My visit with Vicki March was disturbing, perplexing, and unsettling. It took 4 months to get an appointment. I arrived 20 minutes early, after 45 minutes she still had not gotten to me when a fire alarm went off. When I arrived my BP was taken and it was 117/51. After waiting more than 45 minutes, then another 20 minutes or more outside in the cold during the fire drill, my BP was taken again with a slightly higher result of 162/60. I explained to Dr. March that I was now a little annoyed, especially since she stated that, "I don't know you. I only see you once a year." (This statement was brought on from her reviewing my medical history and wanting to go into detail about a condition we had talked about, at length when I began seeing her. Next, based on my higher BP Dr. March announced that she thought I have sleep apnea. She never asked about my sleeping habits, nothing related to do I sleep, how well I sleep, and I tired when I get up. For the record, I sleep like a baby. I'm refreshed and ready to start my day when I get up. Now, I do have 2 jobs and own a small business that is growing. I have a right to be tired at the end of my day. She talked about my taking a statin since my cholesterol is normal, but at the high end of normal. I could go on, but why. Will it make a difference.

January 17, 2018