4.8 out of 5 (133 Ratings, 67 Comments)


Board Certification(s):

Clinical Neurophysiology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology


Bachelor of Arts, Computer Science, University of Missouri – Columbia

Medical Education:

MD, Saint Louis University School of Medicine


Neurology Resident, Department of Neurology and Psychiatry, St. Louis University, Served as Chief Resident, 2011-2012


Neurophysiology, Department of Neurology, Rush University

Teaching Appointments:

Clinical Assistant Professor, Family Practice, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

Professional Societies:

American Academy of Neurology

American Medical Association

Ratings & Reviews:

  • Friendliness/courtesy
  • Explanations about your problem/condition
  • Concern shown for your questions/worries
  • Effort made to include you in treatment decisions
  • Used words you could understand
  • Amount of time spent with you
  • Your confidence in care provider
  • Likelihood of recommending to others
  • Very helpful. Had to reschedule due to a funeral - they were very accommodating.

    *Dr. Hake is absolutely amazing! I've been to several neurologist - who since they couldn't fix me - gave up on me. *Dr. Hake listens to me and works to help me have better days!

    There were no delays - the experience is always a good one.

    The nurses always show sincere kindness which is so very kind.

    I appreciate all the kindness from all the staff at QMG. I enjoy my visits, for the most parts. Depends on the day. Thanks so much for your care!

    Always great!!

  • Dr. Hake is very kind, sincere, and practical.

  • We are new to the doctor and still learning his methods and practices. We were very pleased with his questions and that he listened and heard our concerns.

  • I have always been treated incredibly well.

    Dr Hake is just the best. he always makes a person feel like he's really listening. He really explains every aspect of your visit.

  • Thankful for a good neurologist we don't have enough.