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Dr. Vyas graduated from the Mysore Medical College and Research Institute in 1978. He works in Winter Park, FL and 1 other location and specializes in Psychiatry, Adolescent Medicine and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.


Dr. Vyas's Rating
127 Ratings with 7 Reviews
Patient Perspective
2.5 Explains conditions and treatments
3.5 Takes time to answer my questions
3.0 Provides follow-up as needed
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1801 Lee Rd Ste 220, Winter Park, FL, 32789
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2.0 Office cleanliness
2.0 Courteous staff
2.0 Scheduling flexibility
Vyas Veda R Office
1801 Lee Rd Ste 220
Winter Park, FL, 32789
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"Dr. Veda Vyas and his staff were amazing. They made us comfortable and welcomed. Dr. Vyas took the time to listen and made medication adjustments and suggested coping skills. I would recommend Dr. Veda Vyas to everyone I know. Thanks again to Dr. Veda Vyas and staff. "
  • July 9, 2023
"It was a very positive experience. The doctor provided in depth explanation and clarified all my questions. I had to wait awhile while the doctor had to deal with a patient related emergency. The staff was very supportive and made me feel very comfortable. The positive response from the family of the emergency patient reassured me never to go elsewhere for my care."
  • October 31, 2022
"The doctor made a mistake and sent the wrong dose for my prescription, prescribing a third of what I normally take. I tried to contact the office about it. They took two weeks to respond, meanwhile I ran out of my antipsychotic. The office manager, Ann Marie, then made up excuses as to why nobody called me back and why they couldn't prescribe the medication at the dose that I had been taking for over a year. She blamed the situation on me and refused to let me talk to the doctor. She threatened to "discharge" me when I got frustrated with her which means make it so I can no longer be a patient at the office (as if I'm ever going back their again). As soon as she said that she walked out of the room, deciding that she would no longer help me get the medication that keeps me from going psychotic."
  • October 6, 2021
"The doctor made a mistake and I tried to contact the office about it. They took two weeks to respond, meanwhile I ran out of my antipsychotic. Here’s what happened: I was taking the same antipsychotic for over a year. I complained of binge eating and my doctor decided it might be my antipsychotic that is making me have this unwanted symptom. So, Dr. Vyas decided to switch me from my old antipsychotic to a new antipsychotic. He put me on low doses of both to wean me off the old one and get me used to the new one. I started having chest pain and heart palpitations. I also found out at this time from a different doctor that I needed to be tested for cancer. When I saw the Dr. Vyas next, I told him about the heart palpitations and chest pain. I told him I was worried that the new antipsychotic might be causing it and until I get tested for cancer I want to go back on my old antipsychotic at the full dose I was taking previously. I told him stopping the binge eating isn’t so important to me ...
right now, because I might have cancer and I want to sort that out first, so I’d like to be on the antipsychotic that I am already comfortable with. He agreed. When I went to pick up my antipsychotic from the pharmacy, they gave me the low dose instead of my full dose. I was unaware of this until two days later because they only said the medications name at the pharmacy, not the dosage. It turned out that instead of sending the prescription for a full dose of my old antipsychotic, Dr. Vyas sent the low dose prescriptions for both the old and new antipsychotic. I couldn’t take the new one, because it caused the heart palpitations and chest pain. I couldn’t take the old one at the low dose either, because it was only a third of my regular dose that I had been taking for over a year. So, I immediately called Dr. Vyas’s office and left a message letting them know about the mistake. I started taking three of the low dose of the antipsychotic, because the low dose was a third of my normal dose. I wasn’t getting a call back, so I called again and finally got the receptionist on the phone. She said she got my message and they were working on it. So, I felt reassured that the problem would be fixed. I kept calling the pharmacy to see if they got a new prescription in for me, but nothing came. So, I started calling Dr. Vyas’s office again. I called a total of 8 times over the next two weeks, never getting someone on the phone and leaving voicemails explaining the situation over and over. During this time, I also found out that my biopsy came back benign and I didn’t have cancer. Finally, after being out of my medication for four days, I dialed through for emergency and was connected with the doctor’s answering service. I explained to the answering service what was going on. They called the office manager and called me back. They told me that the office manager suggested going to the emergency room if I was having heart palpitations. I tried to explain to the answering service that the emergency was that I was out of my medication, not that I was currently having heart palpitations, but the answering service operator just requested I call back when the office was open. The next day I missed a call from Dr. Vyas’s office while I was at work. They left a voicemail to follow up to see if I went to the ER. I called them back and actually got the office manager on the phone. I explained the situation to her again. She said that she had called me and left a voicemail days ago which was lie number one. I searched for the office’s phone number in my recent calls and I had no missed call or voicemail from them since I had seen the doctor las, except for the one I had missed earlier that day. She also claimed that the new antipsychotic they were prescribing me doesn’t cause heart palpitations anyway. A quick google search proves otherwise. It says online that if you start experiencing chest pain or heart palpitations when you start taking this medication to stop ta "
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  • October 6, 2021
"I called and the lady was RUDE. She hung up on me twice saying that she was too busy to talk!!!!"
  • May 12, 2021
"Office staff was terribly rude. After informing them that I was struggling with severe depression, I was instructed that I needed to fill out paperwork and send it back via email. I started a sentence with, "No . . . " To which, the office staff member immediately cut me off and sarcastically said, "Well if you won't even fill out forms you'll never get help. Have a great day." Followed with a laugh and then hung up on me. Depression is hard and sometimes we need help filling out forms because our minds are cloudy and even hurt. This terrible staff representative showed no empathy and was even mean about it. Fortunately, I was able to find another office that understood how I felt and let me finish my sentence which was, " ... I just can't handle that right now, could you help me please?" the new office I found eagerly took my information over the phone and helped me with the entire process."
  • March 24, 2021
"I can't believe anyone would rate this guy higher than one star. He is the absolute worst mental health provider I have ever seen. AVOID AT ALL COST."
  • June 17, 2020


1801 Lee Rd Ste 220
Winter Park,FL,32789
  • Accepting New Patients
  • Medicare Accepted
  • Medicaid Accepted
Mon9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wed9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri9:00 am - 4:30 pm
  • Accepting New Patients
  • Medicare Accepted
  • Medicaid Accepted
1850 Lee Rd Ste 347
Winter Park,FL,32789
Mon9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tue9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wed9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Medical School
Mysore Medical College And Research Institute
Graduated 1978
Metropolitan Hospital Center


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