Ratings for Dr. Gregg M. Rader
Wonderful Doctor! Been going to Dr. Gregg for 20 plus years and am fortunate to have such caring doctor. If he thinks you need a specialist or some test run he will get you headed in the right direction without any hesitation. My wife and son have also been going to him for many years. My patient visits have never been rushed and he is always interested in how the rest of my family is doing. A blessing to be able to go to a doctor of this caliber that I have complete faith in.
Dr. Rader is a highly intelligent doctor who goes to great lengths to care compassionately for his patients. He takes time for thorough and understandable explanations. He is highly intuitive and a great listener. He is the best doctor I ever had.
I believe that Dr. Rader saved my life. I was diagnosed with stage 3/4 breast cancer and he got me to the best cancer specialist, second opinions and surgeons and also not only cared about how I was doing physically, but also mentally. If I didn't understand something with regard to a test they gave me he explained it to me. I was very fearful of doctors before I met him. Him and his staff care about their patients. I would recommend him to anyone. Yes, you may have to wait, but I can tell you it is probably for a good reason. He is not a doctor that throws you out. He tries to answer all your questions. If you have to wait, I remember when he was so patient with me when I had questions regards to test with the cancer. I also had to use his emergency number because of a reaction I had to a flu shot. He was concerned and helped me through it. He called me back quickly. I was really impressed.
Dr. Rader has been a blessing to my family. He diagnosed my husband with liver problems several years ago. Dr. Rader monitored my husband carefully, and when it was time to send him to Vanderbilt for a transplant evaluation, he did that. A successful transplant was done there in February of 2006, and Dr. Rader continues to monitor my husband and work in tandem with the specialists in Nashville. He is quite a doctor and human being. Thanks to his proactiveness and concern, my family remains intact.
I saw Dr. Rader twice. The first time I thought he was just busy and didnt have time to listen to me. The 2nd time, I realized this must be the way he is. Don't expect to be listened to. My "urinary tract infection" turned out to be a kidney stone that was stuck and required surgery. If he had listened to my description of pain, he should have picked up on that.
Dr. Gregg M. Rader's Credentials
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- Univ Of Tn, Memphis, Coll Of Med, Memphis Tn 38163 (Grad. 1986)
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