- Internal Medicine
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
5 out of 5
Patient Comments (9)
Reviewed On 8/12/2018
Dr. Eyre, his physician assistant, and all the staff in the office are great!
Reviewed On 7/15/2018
After 20 or so years, I still feel I get the best care possible.
Reviewed On 6/13/2018
Dr. Eyre is awesome
Reviewed On 6/11/2018
Dr. Eyre is an excellent PCP. He agreed to take me on as a patient after my previous PCP *****retired. I was concerned about being able to continue with a PCP that provided the awesome levels of care and concern Dr.*****provided. Dr. Eyre has met these tough expectations. I'm glad he's taking over my care from here.
Reviewed On 5/26/2018
dr eyre is the best doctor I know!'
Reviewed On 5/11/2018
always have a good experience
Reviewed On 3/28/2018
Dr Eyre and his staff are family. I trust them with our lives. First class quality service and care.
Reviewed On 12/2/2017
Dr. Eyre always takes the time, always cares, is always clear and is the most genuine Doc I have ever dealt with. When I was referred to him over a dozen years ago it made my ongoing health care a pleasure. I'd recommend him to anyone but the man is so damn good he has no further room on his schedule. University should clone this man when its finally possible.
Reviewed On 11/28/2017
Dr. Eyre is always thorough, gentle, informative, gentle and pleasant. *****I am very pleased with the health care I receive.
- Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine
Residency | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - Keesler Medical Center (1990 - 1992)
Internship | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - Keesler Medical Center (1989 - 1990)
The Ohio State University College Of Medicine (1989)
Miami University (1985)
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As of December 31, 2016, John Eyre did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.