Ballard Locations & Hours Near El Dorado, AR - YP.com
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  • 1.E.O. Ballard, D.D.S.

    431 Thompson Ave

    El Dorado,AR

    0.62 mi

  • 2.Ballard Jr Eo

    147 Woodland Dr

    El Dorado,AR

    2.08 mi

  • 3.Ballards Body Shop

    1706 Junction City Rd

    El Dorado,AR

    1.24 mi

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04/04/2016
By: Jessica T.
Grant Jerry H MD
Horrible bedside manner! Very rude and unprofessional!! I have never been treated the way I was by him by any other doctor I've ever come in contact with. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone!
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07/30/2015
By: Karl K.
Grant Jerry H MD
I've been with Jerry for about 10 years, Between him and Gianna, they have my diabetes under control. He's as much of a friend as he is mt Doctor. If something comes up that requires a specialist he has always hooked me up with the right people.
02/20/2015
By: Laura M.
Grant Jerry H MD
THANK YOU! I am so glad Dr. Grant is in El Dorado. I was so sick, but Dr. Grant saw me that day and helped me. I wish other doctor saw people the same day. Very FRIENDLY staff.
02/05/2015
By: Williams A.
Grant Jerry H MD
Very friendly staff. Dr. Grant was very helpful. Did not have long wait to be seen the same day. I will be taking all of my family there from now on.
01/27/2015
By: Karma M.
Grant Jerry H MD
Will never go back.Dr. Grant was so UNCARING, rude and UNPROFESSIONAL during my recent visit with him. I've never been treated with such disrespect. My biggest regret is not having a witness. Never again will I go to his office. I have been to this office several times and I always dread having to go to him because he is so arrogant and seems like he is in a hurry--or simply just doesn't care. If you have to go to him, I recommend taking someone in the office with you, or have your phone ready to record. Unfortunately, we don't have a lot of choices in El Dorado. See his wife if you must go to this 'doctor' or just go to the ER. But please, by all means, warn others as I have of your experience with him.
03/31/2014
By: Monroee A.
Elizabeth Callejo Tolosa MD
love her she's helped me through Alot!!!
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