Next, post the review on your practice Facebook fanpage - you do have one, don't you? There is no charge to set up a Facebook page and you can configure it to lock-out unwanted comments, so go for it!
Facebook has over 1 billion users, so it is likely that many of your patients (and their friends - your future patients) are on Facebook. Also, ask your patients to post their review on Facebook. Although some won't do this, you will be surprised how many will. And, since the average Facebook user has about 300 "friends", you are likely to receive new patient consultation requests with each review posted.
Next, contact every directory listing site you work with to add to your list of reviews. Not every directory site displays reviews, but many do. It is probably a good idea to give them a bunch of updated reviews all at once, rather than send reviews to them one at a time.
Finally, don't forget to ask patients to personally post their reviews on all of the rating and review sites. It would be fantastic if each of your happy patients would take the time to visit Yelp, Vitals, DexKnows, RateMDs, DoctorBase, Avvo, Wellness, Healthgrades, and the rest of the rating and review sites to post their positive rating and review for you.
Did you recognize each of these sites mentioned? This is only a small list - please see the end of this document for a more complete list. But be aware that the list is always changing, with some sites gaining more prominence and popularity while others become less relevant over time.