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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
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.
11/19/2014
By: Holly P.
AFC Urgent Care
Doctors Express was exactly what I needed when I needed it most. Heather and the staff at Doctors Express make you feel better from the moment you walk it. I wouldn't go anywhere else.
01/01/2013
By: dbparker3
AFC Urgent Care
Very professional and efficient. Rebecca, the P.A. and the entire staff were great. I would definitely recommend this Clinic to friends and family. Thank you for the good care.
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.
10/16/2014
By: Leisha J.
AFC Urgent Care
Very friendly staff. We loved our nurse Ashleigh Stanley! They are very good with kids. They get you in and out quick. I will always choose them over the ER.
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.
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06/08/2017
By: cindy.howell.1612
AFC Urgent Care
They were very courteous, less than 15 minutes to get back to the P.A., was out in 45 minutes or less.
10/19/2014
By: Lacy B.
AFC Urgent Care
We love doctors express & Ashleigh Stanley always taking good care of us.
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