I have been in practice since 2001. I began my career in Mount Pleasant and plan to retire in the community. We are located near Titus Regional Medical Center at 301 W. 19th Street and accept cash, all insurance, Medicaid and Medicare. Our goal is to treat the whole person, not just the symptom.
Years In Practice17
EducationUniversity of Central Oklahoma- B.S. Biology, 1992 Oklahoma State College of Osteopathic Medicine- D.O. in 1996
TrainingGraduated from Otolaryngology Residency in 2001
AffiliationsDr. Reed is a fellow of the American Osteopathic College of Opthalmology and Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery. He was Chief of Staff at Titus Regional Medical Center in 2008 and is a member of the North Ridge Church of Christ.
CertificationAmerican Osteopathic Medicine board certified in Head and Neck Surgery and Facial Plastic Surgery
There was no annoying music playing while I waited or during my visit. I appreciated that they didn't have that typical elevator music on. Their office was one of the quietest, most peaceful places I've ever visited. I was able to relax very easily. When I arrived for my appointment the friendly staff seemed to be waiting for me. I've been to other places where I had to wait forever after I arrived for my appointment, but not here. I was very impressed. I have more than once recommended them to my friends and people I've met. They are the best of the best! I didn't mind waiting to see the ENT because my chair was soooo comfortable. They really care about patient comfort at this office.
When comparing them to others in their field, I would say they are by far the worst I have ever seen. I will never return. They didn't help me as much as I was hoping and didn't answer all my questions. I was very displeased when I realized how quickly they were already recommending surgery. No other options were even presented to me and they were quite pushy. He was busy with some sales rep on my last visit and was almost an hour getting into the exam room. I was hoping that they would be sympathetic to my situation and understand where I was coming from. Instead, they made it completely obvious that they didn't care about me or what I was worried about. He seemed instant that nothing unethical was going to go on during the surgery and I don't know where that was coming from but it frightened me as to why he would even be thinking about something like that. He did not seem very professional at all.
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