Biography: Lily Grace Veeravalli, MD
Certifications & Memberships
- Family Medicine - American Board of Family Medicine
Residency | Family Medicine
Family Medicine - Uh Cleveland Medical Center (2014 - 2017)
Guntur Medical College, Ntr University Of Health Sciences (2009)
Patient Experience Reviews
She does basics so impersonal in and out in 8 minutes made a requested referral for acupuncture and pt for lower back pain it's me I miss Dr Chao former physician she also said too many times expect that "at your age"
Dr Veeraveli always pleasant and informative
I was a patient of Dr. *** and saw Dr. Veeravalli to establish care
Shows genuine concern for my health care.
Was given sheet for front desk. I did not stop to make a appointment
My provider is always concerned about my health
Excellent provider. Kind and efficient.
I think dr Veeravalli is an excellent physician. She understands I have hesitation to medicate sometimes but we've worked thru some of that ad I've grown to trust her advice,
I always have great experiences with my healthcare providers. Any questions or concerns I may have is addressed in those moments and if necessary I am provided referral information to a Dr. In that specialty.
I appreciate and recommend Dr. Veeravalli as a very competent physician,
I love this doctor. She is very caring & very thorough.
She listened, quickly examined, and sent us to the hospital, we didn't realize how sick she was, but Dr. Veeravalli knew right away.
I LOVE Dr. Veeravalli!!
The provider is wonderful and I feel at ease with her. ***
I love this office. They are always friendly
Good experience, explains everything to me
Dr. Verravalli has been my provider for years she has always been very concern about my entire health.***
She was good because she listened and heard what I said about meditation
Superior services from a superior provider
Care provided well
Keep up the good work!
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As of December 31, 2016, Lily Grace Veeravalli did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.