I had recently moved to South Texas 5 yrs ago.I was way out there a place called Fashing.One hot May afternoon while working in garden it hit PAIN.Oh NO!Here I am almost 300 miles from my home town HOUSTON.The famous medical center and MY doctors. Went to a small hospital in Kenedy and was Life Flighted by the "THE BOYS IN BLUE" to a place I never heard of TEXSAN HOSPITAL,scared you bet I was and my wife ,being a nurse, was too.But what a wonderful experience. Dr Casey was a great professional doctor and the hospital was state of the arts.First thing we noticed was how organized everything was.No running out of the room for the nurses to get supplies,everything needed right in room.Everyone working together,procedure done,NO OPEN HEART,but my second stent,and much better care than in Houston.Recovery in my own room with family to be moral support,and good staff caring staff. If you have ever been in a hospital you can tell this hospital was designed with the patient in mind..Make a place good for the employees to work and they can take much better care of the patients.Again I much say the "VISIT" was 100% a success. I give 5 stars and would and have told everyone I know how great Texsan is.Heart problems are no guessing game,Take me to Texsan if I every have problems again.
HI my name is Benita and I am currently the office manger here at Children's Night Clinic and I would like to clear up some false information that I see above. OK first off we DO take community first Medicaid so rodriguez1984 I do not know where you got that info but it is wrong. And as far as us not seeing fever and breathing problems that is another false statement almost every patient that comes to our clinic has a fever as one of their symptoms so to say we do not see patients with fever is not true, and we always see patients with breathing problem asthma is one of the main illnesses we see here. Now of course if a patient comes in and it is almost closing time with a high fever and/or is asthmatic with trouble breathing that is the only time we would refer to the emergency room because we would not have enough time to clear the patient up and/or run any test if necessary. I advise anyone thinking of bringing their child to our clinic to call us rather than going off reviews because not all statements made on a review are accurate as proven here. Thank You and we look forward to helping your child.
I love cats, but unfortunately I developed an allergy to cats. I own several cats but they would be unable to fend for themselves outdoors. Even the best professional housekeepers I employed could not keep my house clean enough for me to tolerate being in my own home without nasal congestion and even asthma symptoms. Dr. Adrianne suggested allergy shots as an alternative to my ineffective medications. After 2 years of receiving allergy shots once every 2-3 weeks, I became symptom-free in my home. I did experience some irritation at the injection site of the shot early in the treatment, but this has now resolved. Dr. Adrianne explained that some non-Allergists use low dose "allergy shots" or allergy "drops" to avoid allergic reactions but that low dose shots or "drop" therapies have been shown to be inferior in effectiveness to "conventional" high dose shots. My feeling is that if you're going to spend several years getting a treatment, you need to get one that works. I highly recommend the Drs. at Alamo Asthma & Allergy.