Nominee: Area's Best Doctor

Posted Thursday, November 20, 2008, at 8:53 AM
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  • Dr. Dalloul is a good doctor, however, I'm a bit biased in my opinion as he treated me back in 2002.

    LOL, Dave, you've asked a "loaded" question here. Everyone will be biased........they either like their Dr. or are seeking a different one.....lol!

    Or, like you and I, are trying to avoid seeing any doctor........lol!

    -- Posted by FlyinLion on Fri, Nov 21, 2008, at 4:16 AM
  • Well, as I am not in your area, I will nominate my doctor, Donna Robey, who called me 3 times to make sure I could fit time into my busy schedule to get the additional blood work done needed and then talked to me for 45 minutes about how I was doing, emotionally. I love my doctor.

    Of course, I really like your doctor also. If he could just figure out what is wrong with you, I'd nominate him for Doctor of the Universe.

    -- Posted by lawyersusan on Sat, Nov 22, 2008, at 9:00 PM
  • I would like to nominate Dr. Douglas H. Paine, M.D. out of Terre Haute for being such a compassionate and caring Neurologist. When I began having some really serious issues, this man calmed my fears and made sure I understood every test and every step of the diagnosis process he was taking. He even called to see how my medication was doing. I have never had a specialist do that before.

    In a complete tie would have to be Jeanne Peacock as well. She is professional, humorous and always on top of the latest medical information. Caring and efficient, I have watched her treat each patient as a friend.

    -- Posted by karenmeister on Mon, Nov 24, 2008, at 9:40 AM
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