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We needed an ear, nose and throat specialist, but the wait at our HMO was two weeks. What now? An emergency room seemed like overk…
2001 Hermann DrHouston, TX 77004
At first when we got transferred here from the hospital we were a little scared. My dad had suffered a cardiac arrest and heart attack so he was still in a coma in icu at cornerstone. It was a very scary situation but everybody here at cornerstone made us feel like everything will be ok. We …
2001 Ladbrook DrKingwood, TX 77339
From Business: Kingwood Pines Hospital, located in Kingwood, TX just north of Houston, is a 116-bed facility which treats patients determined to meet the need for inpatient hospitalization, as well as PHP/IOP services for adults. Services include: • No-cost, no-appointment needed assessments 24 hours per day, 7 days per week at our facil…
17750 Cali DrHouston, TX 77090
From Business: Serving Houston and the surrounding communities, Cypress Creek Hospital is a fully-accredited, 96-bed acute care facility providing quality care and assistance for adolescents, ages 13-17, and adults in need of psychiatric care and treatment for substance abuse. Cypress Creek Hospital offers a broad range of inpatient, par…
1007 Westheimer RdHouston, TX 77006
SignatureCare was absolutely amazing, and the best experience I’ve ever received. There was no wait time, friendly staff, and the doctor was nice and very helpful. I definitely recommend coming here.
1925 E T C Jester BlvdHouston, TX 77008
From Business: SignatureCare Emergency Center - The Heights is a state-of-the-art freestanding emergency room that is always open and staffed by board- certified physicians from major hospitals. SignatureCare Emergency Room is equipped to handle most emergency room and urgent care needs, with short wait times. We have an in-house lab, X-…
8910 Highway 6 SHouston, TX 77083
From Business: SignatureCare Emergency Center - Mission Bend | Sugar Land is a state-of-the-art freestanding emergency room that is always open and staffed by board- certified physicians from major hospitals. SignatureCare Emergency Room is equipped to handle most emergency room and urgent care needs, with short wait times. We have an in…
1401 Crawford StHouston, TX 77002
My daughter Ashley almost died due to hospital error by Doctor only 26 years old Doctor cut her large intestine released her from hospital twice had fever and severe pain dr never ran test had to go to another hospital surgery March 16 went to another hospital March 20 was septic had to spend 2…
17322 Red Oak DrHouston, TX 77090
I went in for a spinal cortisone injection. Came out feeling like a new person. Dr. Le did suck a wonderful job and the nurses and techs are all angels! Thanks red oak hospital!
7730 Cypress Creek PkwyHouston, TX 77070
From Business: Errand-Runner Express provides a wide range of personal assistant and concierge services. If you need assistance with a task or project not listed below, please contact us and we will do our best to assist you.
8888 Long Point RdHouston, TX 77055
After rushing my 85 yr old Father to the ER and they being very diligent contacted his family doctor; the good Dr. Troyan did not show up to my Father's ER ICU room for 22 hours! In that time the bacterial infection we found out he had moved to his entire body without any benefit of antibiotics…
We needed an ear, nose and throat specialist, but the wait at our HMO was two weeks. What now? An emergency room seemed like overk…
Hello My name is Chelsea Hopewell and I pray God you can help me. I am writing to on behalf of my older sister Colette King. She was married for 10 years to her husband. They have had their share of relationships issues financial, emotional, etc. Over the last7 years my sister has had 3 miscarriages which did not any success to their relationship. Now mind you we weren’t the closest of sister I did know that she has been heartbroken over the loss of her unborn children, I had no idea she was suffering from such a severe depression. Spring 2014 Grayson left her to go get a drink (soda) from the Walgreens around the corner from their home in Chesapeake, VA and but He actually left her to move back to Texas ( with his father)because he no longer wanted to be married to her any more. He had not given her any notice that he was leaving her permanently. She found out that he was gone for good when he called a family friend to let her know that he was gone for good. Of course this deeply hurt my sister that he had walked out on her and left her. She then found out a week later that she was pregnant again. She did inform him of this and then traveled back from Texas to Virginia, in an agreement that they had reconciled their relationship. When they got to Texas they had housing so they initially lived with his brother –in-law. A month later she was admitted to Women’s Hospital of Texas. On October 8, 2014 she gave birth to Austin David at only 25 weeks gestation. He was born severely premature one pound fifteen ounces. Now mind you the whole time my sister was in the hospital they had agreed they would both come back to Virginia to live. Not knowing her postpartum condition Colette felt like she had no support in Texas to help raise Austin, which she didn’t because besides Grayson she had no other family there. Grayson went behind my sister's back and got a temporary restraining order to have removed from his father’s house. He knew that because of the changes my sister had gone thru she would not be able to survive on her own there. He had my sister removed from his father house in the middle of the night by and took her baby Austin away from her. She has committed no crime. She is unemployed and basically in a severe state of depression because of this. My sister is a good person and just has suffered some hardships because of the relationship she was in. Right now Austin is being passed around like a hot potato to all Grayson’s family members because he works 50 hours per week supposedly, when Austin, a 4 month old baby should be with his mother. However, since she has been in Virginia she has been her elderly father’s primary caregiver due to the fact that he became severely ill. Recently her father had a stroke and has lost some of his eyesight, speech, mobility, and is on bed rest .I fear that he may never meet his grandson and am deeply saddened by the situation. My sister African American and this is inhuman the way see was treated by her husband for 10years Sincerely Colette and Austin https://www.gofundme.co/Austin14
I want to start off by saying this Hospital saved my Husbands life. For people with no insurance this place has amazing doctors that go here to teach students. So everything is double checked. Now, there are all walks of life that come in. Homeless, recently uninsured, immigrants, mentally ill , tired and worn out by life patients. The nurses and staff go through a lot. being that most people are not aware that this is not your typical Hospital. There are loooong waits, Cranky people talking smack in the ER waiting room. Some ,don't realize that only the most life threatening cases go through the ER doors to see a doctor first. but its better than having a $18000 bill in collections since you have no way to pay. The Emergency room is for REAL emergencies! so if you have a tummy ache or something not so serious save it for San Jose Clinic. Outside of the Emergency waiting area. I feel is better. Once you get the gold card the hardest part is getting the first appointment, but once you get that first appointment its pretty much like any other hospital. Most of all the clinics I have been to have been to are clean and sometimes people assume the staff is being rude. but they are just super busy and mean well. They have a lot on their plate more than we can imagine. My husband had a tooth infection that spread to his brain, unable to speak and about to die, they had to remove this growth from his brain, it was 125,000 dollar surgery. we paid nothing. The staff was professional and kind. Many doctors were amazed at his recovery and his room was always filled with Interested residents. So be kind to Ben Taub and the staff there. they are doing the best they can with the amount of people that they see. Thank you Ben Taub!
The Doctors, nurses, & staff at Ben Taub have saved my wife's life on more than one occasion. She initially had brain surgery in 2007 with a condition that has less than a 5% survival rate. This hospital has a reputation for being one of the best, if not the best trauma units available. Again in 2012, my wife had an acute stroke. Upon initial evaluation, it appeared she would either be paralyzed, unable to talk, or walk. She faced living out her final days on a feeding tube, long enough to say her goodbyes to her family. With the 24-hour round the clock care of some very devoted doctors and nurses, she was able to regain her speach, began eating normally, and was able to return to her former condition before the stroke. With the grace of God and the exceptional care she was given, she was again for the 2nd time able to return home full of life. Yes, there are plenty of cases where people show up at the ER and expect miracles every time and that is not going to happen anywhere. Also, there are lots of people who come to the ER for a 'bad cough' or sore foot ... that should be and can be handled at the many Peoples Clinic locations. These type 'minor' emergencies slow down the entire process for the legitimate ER cases of life threatening illness and misuse the time and facilities. Overall, for a real life threatening emergency, Ben Taub has proven themselves countless times and have some of the best medical staff in the business. Many thanks to the nurses who work around the clock and the doctors that help save lives on a daily basis. THANK YOU!
If you ever need to go to the doctor and you can't get an appointment or if you have a minor emergency and don't want to deal with the hassle of the ER, this is your place! My family has been to this Urgent Care facility over a dozen times in the last few years and we have been seen for sinus infections, x-ray of a broken toe, received a breathing treatment, stitches and everything in between! Last night my oldest son had a biking accident and we arrived at the Urgent Care about 15 minutes before closing. I was amazed at how wonderful the staff still was! With the way they treated my son you would have thought we were the first patients of the day and not the last. His injury required six stitches and it was so nice to have that done for our specialist co-pay rather than waiting in the ER on a Friday night! We used to live within two miles of this center but have moved and still make the drive in because we know how fast they will see us and how wonderful the service is!
My son was transfered to Ben Taub from another ER because of an broken jaw. He was taken by ambulance so he was able to bypass the ER waiting room at Ben Taub but I had heard a lot of negitive things about BT but my experince with my son was nothing but postitive. The doctors kept me informed about my son's plan of action due to surgery and the nurses were there when needed and took very good care of my son. There were at times long waits but I went in preparing for that so it didn't anger me. I was there a total of 15 hrs but it went easy. My son't follow up visits have been pleasant also. As of this experince I would not have a complaint about Ben Taub. We are uninsured so they were there when we needed them so I'm grateful for that. If you go in knowing your going to wait then it's not that bad but attitude is EVERYTHING so just be grateful your getting care and not left to suffer on the streets.
I am admitted today to cure my graves deceased... Dr. Joseph Varon and Dr. Gerardo Hueso scheduled a procedure that will cure my graves desease. I arrived to the emergency room last night With fever, high blood presure and palpitation. The ER doctor immediately stabilized me in a matter of minutes. It turned out my thyroyd is out of control. I was admitted to get a procedure that will reduce the amount of hormones my thyroid is producing. I had already receaved a treatment that cured my ahsmas it really worked I have not had ans ahsma attack in months. I am very pleased with the results and the best part is that my insurance covered 80% of my procedure.... The staff, the clean facility and the new tecnology out the make University General Hospital new consept in the health industry.
I went in with High blood pressure, and was attended to immediately. The ER crew were right on top of things and made me feel so at ease. They went on to admit me and the night shift on the 6th floor were more than anyone could ask for. I had to stay by myself since family was not close by and husband working, but even at that I felt very well taken care of by the staff. The food in this hospital was truly outstanding. There again the people providing my food were so gracious to help me with my menu. I truly thank everyone at University General for taking care of me. It was by accident that I went to the ER at Un. General since I am not from around here. But, God new best. Thanks Again 5 Star
In response to the Horrible Hospital review, I am so sorry for the pain the family went through due to a physicians lack of bedside manner. I work in a hospital and will tell you that your statement made to the physician could be considered a threat and most hospital have no tolerence policies in regards to personnel, patients and visitors. I would think your threat is what banned you from your brother's room. I know the frustration pushed you to the end but don't blame the hospital for banning you it would happen in most hospitals. You can definately blame them for the lack of care and service. My father-in-law is currently there and I do not have anything bad to report at this time.
In Dec. 2011 my husband had 2 colon surgeries where he was gutted like a deer if someone does not know what colon surgery looks like it's horrible. Dr. Glen Garner at Southeast Memorial saved Jim's life! Also, my mother had stage 4 lung cancer at the same time and was in the room directly above my husband. My mother's cancer team was very good to her but during her radiation treatments a nurse flipped my 77 year old mother and hurt her leg so she would not go back for further treatments and died 3 months later. I was not happy with the nurses at Southeast Memorial Hospital some were caring and compassionate others could care less for the sick and dying. Angela Green
Last Monday I had to be admitted into Memorial Hermann Southeast I was put up on the 4th floor I just wanted to write this review for the nurse is on the day shift and port of the night shift to thank them for their services y'all I have a wonderful staff they took well care of me and I wanted to let them know how much I appreciate you so thank you Miss Shaliru Miss Amanda Miss Crystal and Miss MJ thank you very much I also want to include the kitchen staff Miss Nikki that took the time to come and make sure but my nutrition was kept up and very well thank you from Miss Johnson that was in 421 you ladies have a wonderful day thank you very much