Ratings for Dr. Peterman Prosser
Dr. Prosser is great, so sad he is retiring. It will be difficult to go to another doctor for treatment. When I was first diagnosed by Dr. Prosser with graves disease I had some complications, but Dr. Prosser explained everything to me and started me on my way to recovery. I will miss him dearly.
Dr. Prosser goes by the book. He runs the tests he needs to, pulls your family's files to read on genetics, and listens to everything you think could be wrong. If you're not feeling the meds, he does the "sick person" treatment where he'll test everything on you. Show up early, he will take you in right away. Talking to his nurses takes no time. He returns phone calls himself and explains the results and what he wants you to do. Dr. Prosser went beyond just doing his duties when he checked my ankle after I had mentioned spraining it a month before my visit. That really stood out, because it wasn't even the reason why I was back in his office. I'm sad he's retiring, but happy for him! Now he can read more of the same books I do! Decided to go with Dr. Gary Fields for my next visit in a few months.
Dr. Prosser is wonderful! He is very thorough and friendly. He calls me personally to give me test results (at home in the evening). He is always on time anf very polite! I have so much confidence in Dr. Prosser. My husband uses him also and feels the same way I do. In fact, he used him first and I was so impressed at how extremely nice Dr. Prosser was when he called with my husbands tests results that I switched to him.
Dr. Peterman Prosser's Credentials
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- Tulane University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1972)
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