Overall Review

2.9
  • 10 patient ratings
  • 5 comments

Last 12 months:

3.5 (+ 0.6)

5 Patient Reviews

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  • Wait Time 19 minutes

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2.0 of 5
May 20th, 2016
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Months to get an appointment
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5.0 of 5
January 25th, 2012
Doctor is good his receptionist should retire
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5 minutes
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Doctor Staton is very good however his receptionist should retire. I had an emergency once that the ER couldn't handle, my son called his office and his receptionist put him on hold. My son walked over to his office to discover that she had forgotten that he was on hold.
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5.0 of 5
August 17th, 2011
Very satisfied
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5 minutes
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Dr. Stanton is very knowledgeable about MS and MS treatments. He is a good listener and I feel very comfortable with him.
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1.0 of 5
February 27th, 2011
I've seen worse, I know better
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20 minutes
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Although charming and innocent, Gary is just another American MD. He thinks outside of the box, but explains very little to his patients. He is impressive with his knowledge of acupuncture, but works within a system that spends very little time with patients. Although trained more than any doctor at Emerson, I would rate him less for protecting the rich white men at MGH. He knows so much, he hardly knows what to do with it. He likes the quacking duck theory of medicine, but won't follow through with the treatment protocols he knows will work. He's a watch and wait kind of guy, as are most Emerson doctors. Too bad there is no disease that benefits from waiting years to diagnose and treat. Lets hope he's out in charge ahead of some of Emerson's other beauties. You can do worse. He was nice to my face, though and will treat patients with respect. that goes a long way in the Emerson world. Just don't expect a great deal of respect behind your back. office staff is over worked but friendlier than all the Emmerson doctors' staff assistants combined. He could be a good man in a corrupt environment. In all fairness, he accepts most insurance and medicaid and treats the poorest/sickest and least reimbursable crowd. You could do better.
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5.0 of 5
October 1st, 2010
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10 minutes
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He is an excellent doctor who seems to specialize in many aspect of neurology, pain management, acupuncture, and more. Wouldn't want anyone else.
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