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03/13/2014
By: Chris V.
Gray, G William Jr MD PA
They don't make doctors like this anymore. They just don't and it's a shame. But there is some light here because Dr. William Gray of Vero Beach FL is here. In as short as I can, here is my story. I am in my 50's and I am now my parents caregiver. I gave up everything to make sure they have all they need cause they are the best parents in the world. So here I am in Vero Beach relocating from NYC. For me Vero Beach is too hot with not so many great restaurants. So naturally I felt all was lost. To make this short all I can say is that we found Dr. Grays name in a booklet and went there. A total blessing. He knows all. Over the past 7 years we threw him many curve balls yet he hit each one right out of the park! He sits and talks to you. He listens and understands. Then he amazes you in his unassuming manner. If this were 1940 he'd be making house calls. That's the kind of guy he is. I think he may still be taking new patients, not sure. So my suggestion would be to stop by and become one if you can. This way when you may have a problem you can get the best out there. What more can I say. Chris Valenti.
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06/28/2013
By: leemreed
Dr. Hal W Brown, MD
Doctor Brown has been my GP for the last several years. He has always given me up-to-date advice consistent with the latest news from the medical community. He is the kind of doctor you can talk to and not feel like you are holding him up for his next patient. He also explains what his plan of action is, and what his diagnose is in plane English. He has my highest recommendations to anybody.
10/12/2015
By: melbournecarol
Dean, Melissa
Dr. Dean is terrific. I was having multiple issues, my main concern being an inability to lose weight. Dr. Dean ran a number of tests, including checking my hormone levels, vitamin levels, and adrenal glands. Once finding out where my deficiencies were, I was able to use supplements to get my body back in balance and my metabolism working again. I highly recommend Dr. Dean!
10/10/2016
By: Patricia B.
Dr. Hal W Brown, MD
Dr. Brown is OK , He rarely sees you It's always His PA. I had a terrible sinus infection. I went 4 times and never saw Dr. Brown. I finally went to a ENT and got the care I needed. Dr. Browns answer to almost any complaint is to stop taking something, I have thalassemia and as soon as I saw him he took me off all vitamins and calcium.
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02/19/2015
By: garnet1960
L Swesey Terry MD PA
I have never had a better physician than Dr. Swezey. He's a real people person that is upfront and honest. He's been right on about everything that I've ever seen him about. I trust him and even though my insurance does not have him in their network, I will not switch doctors.
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06/28/2013
By: leemreed
Shafer, S James MD
Doctor Shafer is an expert in the field of treating MS patients. He is the first physician I've felt comfortable with treating my MS exacerbations and symptoms. I plan on staying with him for all my neurological needs I would highly recommend him to any one in my family.
01/21/2015
By: Brian V.
Mattice, Michael J, MD
A very caring and meticulous doctor who looks beneath the apparent problem for the underlying causes of the issues. Very highly educated and extremely capable in all kinds of emergency situations. I am living proof of his abilities!
07/28/2014
By: Brandy H.
Schiff, Theodore A, MD
My experience was fantastic. They were professional and knowledgeable in every way. I wish that every office that I went to have such a professional staff. -Brandy
04/25/2017
By: Joe B.
Roque Family Dentistry
Excellent staff. All nice and professional. IMO, Dr Roque has no personal skills . For some reason, he does not want to fix bad teeth.
07/10/2013
By: zzzfreedom
Indian River Walk In Care
Great place! Professional, courteous, & friendly. Didn't want to have to use their services, but I'm glad I chose to go here.
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