Bethesda Family Medical Clinic had an amazing service, and top notch providers/staff. They were very polite and it went great. Excellent customer service. The provider explained everything to me, and treated me with kindness and respect, and gave me undivided attention.
1171 107th StGrand Prairie, TX 75050
I went to the Greenhouse last July, it saved my life. The atmosphere is great! The staff is top notch. Give the Greenhouse a chance and it will give you or your loved one a new perspective on a healthier and better life.
5949 Sherry Ln Ste 1150Dallas, TX 75225
The doctor and staff were very friendly. They made me feel comfortable to talk about my hairloss. The counselor was very patient. He did have a hair restoration that was incredibly natural looking. The procedure took the better part of the day. I started to notice the hair growing around th…
1200 Overlook TerFort Worth, TX 76112
I have been seen by Dr perl for over 7 years for a work comp injury. She has fought for me from day one. When they have Dr's insist nothings wrong she shows them proof and writes her essay to them. She is also very smart in other areas of the dr field. Would recommend and have recommended family…
Serving the Dallas Area
From Business: Texoma Medical Center (TMC) is an acute care hospital with a medical staff of more than 200 physicians. The main campus is located in Denison, Texas, approximately one hour north of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and just south of the Texas/Oklahoma border. In addition, Texoma Medical center operates a number of locations…
11888 Marsh Ln Ste 104Dallas, TX 75234
Quick, thorough and always professional. I know my family and I will receive exceptional service and medical assistance when we come to this PrimaCare location from the receptionist, the doctors, and nurses. Everyone always seems to go above and beyond any expectation for everyone who passes thr…
Best clinic in the area, the doctors take their time needed with great professionalism to find what's wrong. On top of that, they are very caring people including the nurses.
We needed to come in from out of town due to the admission of a family member. The Community Relations Manger (Mary Ann Niles), the Patient Advocate (Stephanie Haynes) Module D team, Roland, Le and the nursing staff were awesome. We appreciated all the assistance and support we received from the team. Thank you so much.
This was my first time for Walnut Hill. I thought it was the best experience I had at a Hospital. Dr Darryl Kawalsky is my Doctor and he is the best Cardiologist. If you need a stent or more, Dr Steven Meyer is a good choice. He seems to be able to do things that other Interventionist can't do. Hands down, the hospital we would go to. Great staff, equipment, food was fine. This is something I found nice, the bed was actually good. The last hospital I was in, had beds like sleeping on the floor.
The hospital itself is outstanding. But this is not the main number for the hospital. This is for Children's Health within Presbyterian Hospital
The doctors are nice but the office stinks. They forgot to send prescriptions to the pharmacy at least 3 times, made me go to the lab multiple times because they forgot to order the right labs, and scheduled me to come to the office when the building was still locked. Once I called thinking i was having preterm labor and was transferred to a nurse's voicemail and she never called back. I ended up transferring my pregnancy care in the 8th month because a heart defect was found on the sono. When i called the office to notify them of this, twice, both phone attendants didn't care and never bothered to tell the doctors.
FYI, I called an ambulance because I couldn't pee & the driver took me to the Walnut Hill Medical Center, instead of Presbyterian Hospital-Dallas.Quite frankly, I was flabbergasted that everyone was so polite, friendly & helpful.I might have a little constructive criticism; however, this is my recommendation:If you live in the area & need to go to an emergency room, GO TO THE WALNUT HILL MEDICAL CENTER!!!
Do not expect to be able to find information regarding handicapped access, parking fees or valet fees on their Web site. Parking is only "free" for 15 minutes, it seems. It takes that long to find a patient's room! And, if you try to call the parking services, you get their corporate offices in Florida. Also, there is no information on parking adjacent to each building in the complex. If you are handicapped and want to visit someone here, good luck to you as you will need it.
Lazy lazy lazy. If your child's health problem takes longer than five minutes to diagnose be prepared for them to do nothing about it or pawn it off on something completely ridiculous just to get you in and out. I had to make two separate appointments for my child having allergic reactions. Both times I went in I tried to explain asthma and allergies were extreme in my son's family history, and both times I was told the only reaction towards a food allergy was "extreme hives and vomiting". Wrong. Fed up I asked for a referral to an allergist, and was immediately denied one. After my son started breaking out in yet another rash and his feet started to swell I cut milk out of his diet and found my own allergist. What do you know, he has a milk allergy. Long story short, I'll be switching pediatricians. And if you actually want someone to spend time looking into your child's health I would advise you not to come here.
i can only speak on their emergency room i was taken there after being hit by a car & everyone i dealt with was mean-spirited rude & disrespectful! the nurses, the x-ray person, even the security guard treated me like scum i was hurt & completely defenseless, not sure but i'm guessing it may be racial i'm afro american. BEWARE MY PEOPLE!