I value my personal relationship with Dr. Fairey more than I can express. I used to go to him before he went with MDvip in 2007, but did not follow at that time, as I was in good health and didn't think I needed to join. Then, I had a bad experience with the doctor I went to after that. She didn't take my complaints (for 3 years) seriously about a condition in my ear, and didn… See more
My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...
Dr. Fairey's Credentials
Medical University of South Carolina
Family Practice 1971-1974
Chief Resident 1973-1974
Medical University of South Carolina
Doctorate of Medicine 1971
Washington & Lee University
Bon Secours St. Francis Xavier Hospital
East Cooper Regional Medical Center
Best Doctors in America® 1996-2014
Chairman Department FP ECRMC
Chairman Department FP Roper Hospital
Regional Representative SCAFP
Review Board, Mag Mutual of S.C.
President LMA 1985-Present
Board, Speech & Hearing Center, President 1981-1983
Board, Life Management, United Way Campaign 1996-present
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Family Practice, Medical University of South Carolina
Lecturer for Department of Family Practice, Medical University of South Carolina, Diabetes Update, May 1992
Lecturer for Family Medicine Update, Diabetes Mellitus, Orlando, FL October 1993
Lead Poisoning and Soil Lead Levels, Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association 1969
Concern of the Family Practitioner in the Management of NIDDM, NIDDM Highlights Bulletin 1991
Charleston Country Medical Society
SC Academy of Family Practice
Society of Teachers of Family Practice
Rotary Club of Charleston
Daniel Island Club
Dr. Fairey is a caring, experienced, competent, and responsive physician.
We are very fortunate to have him as our primary doctor.
The best primary care Doctor I've ever had and I've had many. Dr. Fairey is as rare as my illness. You will never find a physician who listens and cares for his patients like this man. He's kind. Humble for someone of his intelligence and I can't say enough about him or his office team.
Dr Fairey was also Mom and Dad's doctor. When Dad was stricken by Alzheimer's Disease, Strait is the one we turned to when we needed help convincing Dad it was time to stop driving. Later when it came time for Dad to leave home to go into a Memory Care unit, Strait helped get Dad to go. After he'd been in Memory Care for over a year, he suddenly started having trouble holding… See more
Dr. Fairy found hematuria at my annual exam and referred me to the right people who subsequently found that I had carcinoma in situ of the bladder. My Urologist treated me and two subsequent follow up biopsies have found that my tissue is now clear, My life has been saved again. I have also survived an AAA! I have moved recently to Wilmington, NC and have a local physician who has told me that… See more
When I asked to see Dr. Fairey due to a problem with my (L) shoulder, I saw him the next a.m. Within 5 min, he suspected a torn rotator cuff. X-rays & an MRI were done in one week with a call from him to refer me to an orthopedic surgeon. He recommended Dr. John Graham, got an appointment & opted for surgical repair. Dr. Graham scheduled it 5 days later, had 6 mos. physical therapy… See more
At age 67, I can say unequivocally that Dr. Fairey is the best doctor who has ever treated me, and that includes my dentists, eye doctors and all the others! He tries (and succeeds) in developing an easy going, one-on-one, highly professional personal relationship with his patients. This is important to me because, when it comes time to visit the doctor, I am the world's worst coward.… See more
About 40 years ago I was suffering from depression and had no clue what was wrong with me. I remember like it was yesterday. The first few visits all I did was cry and talk to young Dr. Fairey. I have always told my family and friends he saved my life. His diagnosis and treatment over all these years have always been
correct. He is a wonderful doctor.
The best doctor ever for the last 37 years and has always been there for me. I don't know what I would have done without him.