Dr. John has been a "rock" for my family and extended family for over 30 years.
When I first began my teaching career in Comstock 31 years ago, I had to have a physical as condition of employment. This one simple move led to to the most personal and caring family practice I have heard of. About that time, I read the popular book “Life’s Little Instruction Book”. One such “instruction” was to grow old with your Doctor. I have been fortunate to have done this in my life. Dr. John has been a “rock” for my family and extended family for over 30 years. He has been there for the good times and challenging times both medically and like a counselor. In case you are wondering…yes, he will call after hours or on a weekend. While our family can never fully “pay back” the appreciation we have for him, I would like to think, in a small way, I did my part by teaching and watching over his precious children during grade school. If you are in the medical community, you Dr. John has an excellent reputation. If you are a Med student in search of what kind of Doctor you would like to be…visit Dr. John….you will understand the true meaning of medical “practice”.