Georgia Mountains Health in East Ellijay, Georgia with Reviews - YP.com

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03/04/2016
By: Jackie W.
Georgia Mountains Health
Greg McHan is one of the most caring Pediatrics you will find in this area. He was my childrens Pediatrician and now my grandchilden. Thats over 30 years I have know him ,. I work At FRH with the newborns and if I hesitated about any infant in the nursey I could pick up the phone at any hour and discuss it with him. Greg has a heart of GOLD and gives 100% to his patients. My family will travel the distance and willing give the time to have him as their childrens Doctor. 3 generations of love for Dr. Greg.
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