Vein Institute in Chattanooga, TN with Reviews - YP.com
  • 1.The Vein Institute at Southern Surgical Arts

    1405 Cowart St Suite 321

    Chattanooga,TN

    0.50 mi

  • 2.Vascular Institute Of Chattanooga

    2358 Lifestyle Way

    Chattanooga,TN

    9.01 mi

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01/09/2015
By: Kenneth L.
Grace Clinic-Dr Frank Calhoun
This was my first visit to this Doctor as a new patient. The office staff was very nice as was Dr Calhoun. The big concern I have is that I spent an extensive amount of time speaking with a nurse who took my history very maticulously. What disturbs me is this....I have only a portion of my stomach left and no esophagus due to an ilneess some years ago. I cannot take NSAIDS as the potential to burn a hole in what is left of my stomach is very possible. I was told NOT to use them by the doctors who performed my surgery . As I was seeing this doctor for a knee injury he examined me and then explained quite well what the issue was.........and then said "we will precscribe you some Celebrex for the inflamation". Celebrex is an NSAID!!!!~ DO doctors even READ a persons history anymore?? We are trusting these "professionals" to help us but this guy didn't even read my records!!! I mean RWTF!!!Needless to say I wont be back as the doctor cannot be trusted to act in a professional manner and do his job correctly.
08/28/2013
By: robyn.holdaway
Grace Clinic-Dr Frank Calhoun
I was amazed of the very nice Christian atmosphere at this physician's office. It is not very often that you find Christian reading materials and Christian values in a doctors office. His ministry to help those without insurance and financial struggles is an amazing ministry. Didn't get to meet Dr. Calhoun, but the nurse practitioner was very knowledgeable and very thorough. They don't treat you differently just because you are uninsured. I was very impressed.
03/22/2013
By: vl.rogin
Grace Clinic-Dr Frank Calhoun
Love Dr. Calhoun and also he is an honest and caring person. He does alot of free services for the poor -in ofc. - and he deserves praise. In 55+ yrs. I have never seen any Dr.s Ofc. (And I have been to many between me my immed. family) that has a sign in the examine rooms that say If you are unhappy with your treatment you may ask for a refund. This man is awesome. A couple times he seems rushed but thats because he helps so many.
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09/15/2015
By: Brenda G.
Grace Clinic-Dr Frank Calhoun
Dr Calhoun is an extremely nice and caring Dr . He has treated my husband and I for many. yrs you could not find a more well informed Dr as he and his staff and he spends as much time with each patient as needed . Dr Calhoun is the best I can't say enought about him .
01/28/2015
By: Danielle P.
Fast Access Healthcare LLC
Excellent staff! Excellent service! Providers spend quality time with each patient and listens to every complaint. I recommend Fast Access Healthcare to anyone who is looking for the best!
01/28/2015
By: Jill C.
Fast Access Healthcare LLC
The practitioners and staff truly care about their patients. This office really wants to raise the standard of healthcare.
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11/01/2014
By: Tina M.
Grace Clinic-Dr Frank Calhoun
Well dr. Calhoun is awesome.
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