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ABOUT DR. GRANT
Dr Scott Grant L. SCOTT GRANT, M.D. Dr. Grant completed his undergraduate studies at Michigan State University where he graduated with honors and received a degree in physiology. In 1988 he attended the Wayne State University School of Medicine, graduating in 1992.
Dr. Grant trained in General Surgery at William Beaumont Hospital - Royal Oak, and in Family Medicine at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.
Annual Recipient of the AMA Physician Recognition Award Past 15 Years Recipient of the Patients' Choice Award in 2008, 2009, and 2010 Expert in Hair Restoration Surgery Since 1998 Certified by the FAA as an Aviation Medical Examiner for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers Production Physician on Over 30 Motion Pictures Since 2008.
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ABOUT BIRMINGHAM MEDICAL
Birmingham Medical Building Birmingham Medical has been serving the Birmingham, Michigan area since 1997. We take a holistic approach to patient care, and pride ourselves on taking care of our patients with individual attention. We can be reached seven days a week, any time of the day or night for urgent care needs. Call our office at 248-645-1000 to set up an appointment. We are associated with specialty faculty at: William Beaumont, Crittenton and St. John Providence hospitals; we are affiliated with two major healthcare systems:

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CERTIFIED PROVIDER OF PILOT PHYSICALS
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Aviation Medical Examiner

A licensed aviator since 1995, Dr. Grant is certified to provide FAA exams for pilots. Same day and after hours appointments are available. Student Pilots, Private Pilots and Commercial Pilots Welcome! Dr. Grant performs FAA 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Class Aviation Medical Exams.


Call Ahead Care™

Because your time is so valuable, Birmingham Medical also offers their members: NO WAITING with Call Ahead Care™ Sitting and waiting an hour to see a physician is unacceptable. No one knows when they are going to fall ill, so scheduling a week or two ahead for an appointment is not practical. The convenience we offer our patients is priceless, because there is no "good time" to be sick.