4.9 out of 5 (305 Ratings, 155 Comments)


Dr. Adam Reyburn Joined Quincy Medical Group:

July 2009

Board Certifications:

American Board of Internal Medicine, Critical Care Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine

Medical Education:

MD, University of Illinois Chicago, IL, 2004


Mayo Clinic Graduate School, Internal Medicine, Rochester, MN, 2007


Mayo Clinic Graduate School, Critical Care, Rochester, MN, 2009

Professional Societies:

American College of Physicians
American Medical Association
Society of Critical Care Medicine


Birdwatching, Long Distance Running

Ratings & Reviews:

  • Friendliness/courtesy
  • Explanations about your problem/condition
  • Concern shown for your questions/worries
  • Effort made to include you in treatment decisions
  • Used words you could understand
  • Amount of time spent with you
  • Your confidence in care provider
  • Likelihood of recommending to others
  • Dr. Reyburn is always excellent across the board.

    I'm more than happy to recommend Dr. Reyburn to anyone.

  • they were all good

  • *Dr. Reyburn appears to be very caring and has gone above and beyond in seeking answers for my health issues.

    No real memory of time. All was smooth & timely.

    The nursing staff in *Dr. Reyburn's office is very caring and a personal atmosphere is prevalent in the office.

    I am more than pleased with the personal care and response from *Dr. Reyburn and his staff. I cannot say enough about the whole staff. Great group!

  • dr Reyburn and his staff are excellent!

    Dr Reyburn is caring, concerned, professional, and always just so interested in the whole picture. he asks questions about our lives our interests and he truly cares about the answers. he has helped us so much over the last few years. he's just a wonderful doctor

    there were no delays or wait time

    everyone in Dr Reyburn office is very caring and professional. they truly and sincerely care about the patients.

    we have never had a bad experience here.

  • Dr. Reyburn is always conscientious and concerned. He was teaching an NP and I thought did a great job helping her to be relaxed and to learn from the experience.