• 1.Shah & Kyathari Office

    705 Garfield Ave

    Parkersburg,WV

    0.25 mi

  • 2.Dr. Nikunj N Shah, MD

    800 Garfield Ave

    Parkersburg,WV

    0.23 mi

  • 3.Dr. Niket Shah, DO

    800 Garfield Ave

    Parkersburg,WV

    0.23 mi

  • 4.Shah McDr

    509 S 3rd Ave

    Middleport,OH

    33.33 mi

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10/01/2013
By: badkitty26101
Loretto Redd Auvil MD
She's a great DR. And the staff is very nice. The only thing that is a down side is she is a first come first serve doctor. NO appointments. You show up and wait your turn to be seen. Plain and simple. Which sometimes is very fast and sometimes takes awhile. And She's on south side. Great DR. and she's nice and funny.
01/19/2017
By: tiffany.garrisonfull
Filozof, Peter, MD
I love Dr. Filozof!! I was high risk pregnancy and he was with me every step of the way and delivered me an amazing and healthy baby boy via c-section and we were both great before, during and afterward. He ways makes me feel comfortable and I wouldn't go to anyone else! :)
04/27/2014
By: cheffreya
Dr. Jennifer L Leavitt, DO
Dr. Leavitt is amazing! She has been my family doctor for many years and she isn't afraid to do some research when needed, unlike so many other docs i've had in the past.
03/19/2015
By: Jeremy W.
Wolfe, Brandon, MD
Best Doctor I have EVER had! Nursing staff is amazing and he actually takes time with each patient. Very Caring and Very thorough!
01/29/2015
By: Misty S.
Wolfe, Brandon, MD
My kids love going to see Brandon, and his nurse! They are really good to them. I do recommend him to everyone I know.
09/12/2013
By: jackie.g.hensley
Elizabeth Powers MD
She is an excellent Doctor and knows her stuff!
01/07/2015
By: Debby M.
Dr Bill Johnson
We are not a DERMATOLOGIST OFFICE!!!!!
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