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11/11/2017
By: Michael B.
Gray Station Neurology: Dr. Douglas A. Wright
Dr Wright has been very thorough and he explains my condition so it can be understood. I am so encouraged to have been sent to Dr Wright.
11/06/2017
By: Finley J.
Gray Station Neurology: Dr. Douglas A. Wright
Dr. Was very thorough and polite. He explained the upcoming procedures. The staff was very helpful and efficient.
11/04/2017
By: Dj W.
Gray Station Neurology: Dr. Douglas A. Wright
Staff and provider were very polite and informative. Provider spent time explaining every detail. My visit was much different from any neurologist visit I have before. At no time have I ever felt rushed and the detail instructions were most helpful.
11/04/2017
By: Keith H.
Sunrise Medical Assoc
Well everything started out great felt like family then all of a sudden they totally changed Kool I can deal with that and all of a sudden I had a lot of health issues ok that's fine for 6 to 7 month it was find then I see a certain Dr I had seen in another Dr office any way I was talking to her about my issues and in a I don't care smart ass type of way what happened to you you wasn't like this last time I seen you ok and talked about switching me because a specialist told me to ask them about the alternative and she said well I don't know what to tell you just going to have to find somewhere else to go I said well okay I'll talk to him and see what he says the specialist then I show up for my appointment hundred miles round-trip and they take my money send me the group and then call me back and tell me that all of a sudden I'm too complex of a patient to be seen there now because I'm too complex after mind you 7 months of treatment and that doctor did not want to see me so they recommended me for Methadone which is worse then I said okay they gave me my money back and I had to do without for a week going through withdrawals before I could find somewhere else to go
10/30/2017
By: Margaret E.
Gray Station Neurology: Dr. Douglas A. Wright
Very thorough and extremely nice staff. Dr. Wright is amazing and very sympathetic and knowledgeable. Love the patient portal! So easy to look at my records and notes to recap what we went over.
10/25/2017
By: Heather S.
Gray Station Neurology: Dr. Douglas A. Wright
Dr Wright and his staff have always been great. Everything from scheduling to testing to office visits and appointments have been wonderful.
10/09/2017
By: Whitney C.
Gray Station Neurology: Dr. Douglas A. Wright
Very impressed with staff and office. The doctor was very interested in my issue. Took time to answer my questions. So happy to have found him and my health issues are being treated.
10/04/2017
By: Taylor B.
Gray Station Neurology: Dr. Douglas A. Wright
The staff is very helpful and always eager to answer any questions I have and eager to find the solutions to improve my health.
09/29/2017
By: Felicity A.
Gray Station Neurology: Dr. Douglas A. Wright
This is the best doctor I have ever seen. He talks to me in an understanding way and makes sure that I am satisfied with everything. There is a very inviting and friendly staff overall experience is beyond anything I would have imagined.
09/27/2017
By: Katherine W.
Gray Station Neurology: Dr. Douglas A. Wright
Dr Wright is wonderful. He spends a lot of time with his patients and listens to everything you say. He is great!
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