Dr. Roth was the primary care physician for both of my parents. He is also the primary for me, my daughter and her family, and my sister. In 1996, when my mother was near death, he was caring for her along with Hospice. My sister and I were caring for my mother at my sister's house. It was a task to take my mother out anywhere. One day Dr. Roth felt like he should examine my mother. I explained our situation to him and that I didn't know if we could get her in (she was in a semi-conscience state) to his office. Dr. Roth said that if it wouldn't be too late he would come to the house after his boys ballgames. At approximately 10:30 pm he arrived at the house. Words cannot express how much this meant to us (I have never heard of any doctor making a house call). I knew then what a caring person he was. As the years have passed, I have learned that not only is he a caring person but he is also an excellent physician. He listens and lets you ask any questions you need to. I feel secure knowing that he his the care giver for my family and I cannot say enough good words about him. I hope that he works a lot longer.