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04/28/2016
By: S B.
Beaumont Dermatology & Family Practice
The husband and wife physicians are courteous, polite, attentive, and caring. They have been my physicians for several years now, and it is always a direct and efficient visit, but without being rushed. The office staff is courteous and professional. Very efficient practice. Waiting is usually not too drastic. We all know it traditionally is quite substantial when going for an appointment.
12/03/2015
By: Proudly not from T.
Beaumont Dermatology & Family Practice
Worst doctor whom I have ever seen. He received his MD from the University of LA and it shows. He has no demonstrable medical knowledge himself but carries around a tablet with a glorified version of WebMD on it. If your symptoms do not cause the tablet to spit out an easy answer he openly admits he has no idea what is wrong with you. He also told my spouse and I once that if you want a good doctor, you have to go to Houston because there were no good doctors in Beaumont. This coming from a doctor in Beaumont. At least he's upfront about not knowing what he's doing.
04/22/2014
By: Billie T.
Clayton, Gary R., M.D.
Dr. Clayton is the best family doctor in the whole area...He listens and understands. We have been with him for close to twenty years.
03/12/2014
By: John H.
Beaumont Family Practice Associates PA
Dr. Proctor is an excellent doctor who is very caring and professional. I have been a patient for almost 25 years and I highly recommend the doctor and his caring staff.
10/12/2012
By: martha.stringer1
Beaumont Family Practice Associates PA
Dr. Jay Proctor is the most caring and compassionate doctor ever. He is the greatest doctor. There is not another doctor like him. He takes his time to make sure that you understand everything. I been going to him for 23 years so that says something about how great a doctor he is.I would definitely recommend him because he is the best. Thanks Dr. Proctor for being a great doctor. I am so lucky to have him for my doctor. Martha Stringer
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01/04/2012
By: alabamamom
Beaumont Family Practice Associates PA
You have to fill out an application, wait a few days for them to verify insurance ect, then they will call you to SET UP an APPOINTMENT!!! I am sick today, I don't have a few days to wait to set up an appointment to see a dr in a week or more.
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