Paul Battles, D.O., is board certified in Family Medicine. Patient comments about Dr. Battles include:
"Dr. Battles has always been very professional about the conduct of his practice and he is very knowledgeable. He provides healthcare with a smile and it is appreciated."
"He is kind and concerned about me. He will listen to what I have to say and not rush in and out of the room. He always answers my questions. Dr. Battles is a good person and a good doctor."
"Dr. Battles listens to his patients. He cares about us and makes sure we follow up on treatments, medications, etc. I trust him to do what is best for my health."
"He's a wonderful doctor with a friendly staff. They're the best around! He is thoughtful and goes above and beyond. He gets you in when its important and stays late if you have additional questions. He truly cares."
"Dr. Battles is a good and caring physician. He listens and answers all my questions and explains things well."
Dr. Battles graduated from Tulsa’s Osteopathic College of Medicine in 1980. He completed his residency at the Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital in Tulsa in 1981.
Dr. Battles practices at:
Utica Park Clinic
562 S. Elliott St.
Pryor, OK 74361
His office hours are from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 918-824-8000.
I have gotten excellent service, treatment, and advice from Dr. Battles for years.
Me myself,I have had good times going to battes and he and his staff have taken good care of me
— Paul Richardson
Dr. Battles has been our family doctor for nearly 35 years!! He is very caring, listens to concerns and addresses them throughly and professionally!! My family loves Dr.Battles and his friendly staff!!
— Joanie Gaskins
Dr. Battles is a professional caring physician. Period.
— Philip Schoonmaker
Dr. Battles is simply the best. Excellent care and genuine concern for the patient.
— John Hatler
Dr. Battles office always treats me very well as Dr. Battles does too I always have a good visit when I go there.My visit was good
— Karen Robison