I took my 8 yr.old granddaughter there and she was so freaked out ...with good reason a 'click beatle' had clicked itself into her ear and it wasnt coming out....it had to be removed...the doctor that helped us acted miffed that he was helping us ...like he'd got the short straw....I asked if they could provide her with some kind of numbing solution...before extracting the bugger...you'd think I'd ask if she cud have some horoine....rude....he did his thing and we left....his bedside mannor SUCKED..fast forward a year later and we are at far west clinic ....the nurse looks in the kids ear and says what the hell....come to find out the doctor at the er had left the head of the Beatles in her ear....seriously?!....I didn't even think about checking to see if dr.grinch had actually gotten the entire bug....I assumed....and you know what that makes me.....physician heal thyself....no sh*t sherlock...dbl check these guys....esp.when a bugs anatomy is involved.....yuck!!
I truly do not know why this hospital has bad reviews. The facility was amazing, as was the nurses and doctors. They saved my life and I could not ask for a better place to be if you have to be in a hospital.
3003 Bee Caves RdAustin, TX 78746
From Business: Austin Surgical Hospital, located in Austin, Texas, specializes in orthopedic and spine surgeries, plastic and reconstructive surgery, and pain management procedures. The hospital offers a wide range of facilities and services, including fully equipped operating rooms for orthopedic, spine and plastic surgeries, and a pain…
Friendly, quick, and the techs really care. I would go back without question. If you or anyone you know needs an MRI, this is the place to go. Excellent care and fast turnaround.
I am so thankful to the wonderful doctors and nurse practitioners at the craniofacial clinic who worked so hard to take care of my child and return her to me. I can never, ever thank them enough. Every single day when I see my child I am reminded of her miraculous recovery and what a meticulous,…
12319 N Mo Pac Expy Ste 350Austin, TX 78758
From Business: NorthStar Surgery Specialists, P.A. offers a wide spectrum of surgical expertise. This includes procedures in general, colorectal, endoscopic, minimally invasive, endocrine, breast, vascular, and critical care surgery. We serve most of the Austin metro and surrounding area hospitals, with the ultimate mission of providing …
25. Seton/UT Austin Dell Medical School University Physicians Group Austin Dermatologic Surgery Center
1601 Trinity St Stop 704Austin, TX 78712
It's true, If you don't have insurance or your insurance won't cover thyroid problems, don't bother calling this place. They do not accept patients without insurance even if you can pay out of pocket up front. So sad...
Went to their ER at 5:30 AM for a bladder infection. First time at this hospital and was very happily surprised at the amazing staff from checkin to checkout. Very attentive and caring. Would definitely go back.
"Avoid this place." I sat in the lobby for an hour and a half after having suffered through the prep for a colonoscopy. I was week and so dehydrated my muscles were cramping, yet they did nothing for me. I arrived on time; THEY were 1 1/2 hours late. I asked if I could at least lay down somewhere. "Sorry, we're full." The receptionist did nothing to help me, and their anesthesiologist did nothing when I told her I could feel everything they were doing. You're not supposed to feel or remember anything, or so they say. I wasn't even offered anything to eat or drink during this and had to ask afterwards and was finally given a Coke and a pack of crackers. I am under the honest, frank, non-biased impression that no one at the North Austin Surgery Center truly cares about their clients. An hour and a half in a waiting room after fasting and prepping for a colonoscopy is ridiculous. Like I said, AVOID IT.
My wife dropped a glass and cut her hand badly on a broken shard. We went to the emergency room at Seton SW for treatment. When she was processed in, she explained how she hurt herself. Apparently, the admitting staff didn't believe her. No, they figured they had a serious case of spousal abuse, i.e., that I'd stabbed her and that she was covering for me. In the course of treatment, she was asked to explain --- again and again -- what happened to her. The piece de resistance came when the surgeon who stitched her up asked me, pointedly, if I remembered the lyrics to the Kingston Trio's "Tom Dooley." When I got home, I looked them up: "Hang down your head, Tom Dooley, hang down your head and cry, hang down your head, Tom Dooley, poor boy, you're gonna die ... I met her on the mountain, there I took her life, I met her on the mountain, and stabbed her with my knife ..." Needless to say, I was deeply offended at this joker's insinuation, and I hope we never have to make another emergency trip to Seton SW.