Ratings for Dr. Blair P. Grubb
Dr. Grubb came to see my granddaughter at Toledo Childrens Hospital at the request of her cardiologist. After a long day in surgery he spent over two plus hours with us and he was able to make recommendations and assist in making a perplexing diagnosis. His intelligence, calm demeanor and his willingness to go that extra step for us was truly a blessing. No words to truly express our gratitude!
My daughter was a patient of Dr. Grubb. We got an appt. with Beverly Karabin. After she talked to my daughter she asked Dr.Grubb to come in. He spent quite a bit of time with us and we were so grateful. Dr. Grubb listened. Oh my gosh, this was our first experience with someone really listening and was not treating my daughter like she was a hypochondriac. He told us that she may have an underlying heart condition. We decided to put an implantable heart monitor in her. As a result of that we discovered that she had 3rd degree heart block and she needed a pacemaker. Prior to her pacemaker she was blacking out almost daily. Concussions, bruises and fear were part of our daily life. After the pacemaker she has not blacked out once. She still has symptoms of autonomic dysfunction but now she is able to work full time and lead a more normal life. Some symptoms remain but it is a much better quality of life. Thank you Dr. Grubb for giving my daughter a second chance at life.
I am a physician and came from out of state for a consultation. Dr. Grubb had not even reviewed my records before he saw me which is shocking!!! Obviously, that markedly limited the value of the visit. He billed my insurance for "extra time" when he literally spent all of about five minutes discussing my particular medical situation. The rest of the time he gave me an hour long generic lecture on the autonomic nervous system, 98% of which I already knew and talked about his own medical issues. Do not recommend!!!!!!!
The best doctor and person I know. Call before you leave for your appointment and the staff will tell you how far behind they are and you may be able to delay leaving your home by several hours. That will save you time waiting in the office. I have also left and gone out to eat or shopping while waiting for my appointment. Just check in with the staff while you are gone.
Dr. Grubb is awesome. It is nearly impossible to get an appointment, and once you do, be prepared to wait. HE IS WORTH THE WAIT. I have a transplanted heart, and have been in misery for years. He was the only one who could finally diagnose and Autonomic Dysfunction. I am now on medications, and doing better. It's not a cure, but it's better. I thank him for listening. It seemed that no one else really heard what I was saying. His staff is very accommodating, and have even given me a place to lie down during my long, long wait. Once his nurse even called and said he was so far behind, why didn't I just wait and come in two hours later. I only had to wait forty-five min. Dr. Grubb and I have not always seen eye-to-eye, but those were different circumstances. He is truly family oriented, and takes the time for his own dear ill wife. I really don't mind waiting for my appointments.He treats the whole patient.
Dr Grubb has changed everythimg for me both with therapy for my POTS/dysaut but getting me help from the best for my related disorders. And getting that help asap when all others had given up and i was in a horrible situation. His compassion overflows, he alwys reminds me that this is not in my head as so many of us have been told and to never give up. He comes up with ideas for me and ACTS. i know many of his patients who say the same thing! The wait is worth it. He spent nearly 3 hrs with me one time. Be patient, his wife is not well and he is doing hos best for us all.
Dr. Blair P. Grubb's Credentials
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- Univ Central Del Este (Uce), Esc De Med, San Pedro De MacOris (Grad. 1980)
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