4.8 out of 5 (103 Ratings, 81 Comments)


Dr. Douglas Sullivant Joined Quincy Medical Group:


Board Certification:

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Medical Education:

MD, University of Missouri Columbia, Columbia, MO, 1990


University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 1994


Fellowship in Neurophysiology – 1995

Teaching Appointments:

Clinical Assistant Professor, Family Practice, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

Professional Societies:

American Academy of Neurology

Medical/Research Interests:

Full scope of Neurology


Family time and an avid history buff

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. Sullivant is the best! During this appointment, he remembered my dad accompanying me to my past appointments when I was younger! I learn so much from Dr. Sullivant at every appointment, and it's always such a joy to catch up with him, learn something new, get the best medical advice, and have a smooth visit!

    Staff even called me with an opening same day with an earlier visit slot opening! I was happy to get in early!

    She was so kind and even had a little conversation with my daughter, who accompanied me to my appointment!

    After my appointment, the nurses at the nurse station gave my daughter some stickers and treat! It was so nice of them to go out of their way to make my daughter feel noticed and happy!

  • We really like Dr. Sullivant. 

  • Dr. Sullivant spent a considerable amount of time LISTENING to me. My post-Covid journey has been difficult, but the doctor's care & concern restored my hope.

  • Dr. Sullivan is great. He is easy to talk to. Explains things very well.

  • I was met with courtesy, professional service. Everyone I encountered was just great. Every department should run like the Neurology Department.