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Qualifications and Experience
Gregory Grillone is a warm and genial physician specializing in ear, nose, and throat medicine at the Boston Medical Center’s department of otolaryngology – head and neck surgery. Dr. Grillone is a member of the American College of Surgeons, and he is certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology to practice head and neck surgery. His clinical areas of interest are laryngology and professional voice, head and neck cancer, snoring and sleep apnea corrective surgeries, and sinus surgery. Dr. Grillone attended the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. He then completed his residency program at the Tufts – New England Medical Center with a Tufts University combined otolaryngology and general surgery program. Dr. Grillone is bilingual, speaking English and Italian fluently.
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Grillone spent more time listening to me and my concerns on the first visit than my other doctor had in the three visits. My case is pretty special/rare. I've seen seven doctors in the past (including five doctors in Texas) about my issue in the duration of ten months. A whole lotta of nothing has been discovered with nothing any closer to a diagnosis for me. Dr. Grillone listened to my frustrations with how I'm wanting results now instead of answers. I hope that Dr. Grillone will forever be the last doctor I'll ever have to see in my lifetime!
One of the kindest most competent physicians I've ever seen. Highly professional and thoughtful in addition to solving a problem I've had for a while.
Very good doctor took the time to listen and is already taking steps to help to get to the bottom of things.
Such a class act! Very accommodating and helpful! Saw him 8 yrs prior and he remembered me. I am happy he's right around the corner from my office. And he brings in fellow docs he can trust and will help make your case top priority.
Dr. Grillone and all staff were terrific; the problem I encountered was that my appointment, booked through ZocDoc, was not confirmed when I arrived. This seemed related to incomplete data available to the schedulers at the office, and my having no prior record as a patient at Boston Medical Center. But I stuck it out for an appointment later in the day, was very pleased with the quality of care, and only had to pay $7 parking for over 4 hours.