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921 Gessner RdHouston, TX 77024
These 5 stars for pediatric department in memorial Hermann hospital 77024Special thanks to the RN her name is Holly for her professional attitude and very nice manner with us and with my son Hassan .A very special thanks to the attendant Doctor Dr. Vu for the great and scientific management.tha…
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-…
12727 Kimberley LnHouston, TX 77024
Dr. Keenan has gently guided me to a place of peace, acceptance and happiness. Through discussions and biofeedback he has taught me the foundation of my reactions and feelings, how to change my focus on to myself and my needs, and I continue to work on developing the ability to accept, look for…
929 Gessner RdHouston, TX 77024
From Business: Feeling sick and not sure what to do? Call the free Nurse Health Line Now! When you or a family member is feeling sick, but you are not sure if you need to see your doctor or go to the hospital, call the free Nurse Health Line. Experienced nurses will help you decide when and where to go for medical care in Texas. These tr…
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.
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…
16062 Southwest FwySugar Land, TX 77479
St. Michael's has a great staff. I don't have insurance anymore and needed to get checked out. There was no wait I've been there on two separate occasions and got everything that was needed was done.
6410 Fannin St Ste 1200Houston, TX 77030
Dr Gonzalez is awesome if it were not for her doing a through job of going the extra mile I never would have known that I was at risk for cancer. I love her dearly for the time and devotion she has for her patients. She makes you feel like you are her #1 priority. I defiantly recommend her as yo…
3110 Southwest FwyHouston, TX 77098
From Business: Located in Houston, Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council is governed by a board of directors and was established in 1922. It serves more than 20 counties in southeast Texas, including Angelina, Brazoria, Chambers, Harris, Houston, Jefferson, Newton, Orange, Polk, Sabine, San Jacinto, Shelby, Walker and Wharton. Girl Scouts o…
293 Carmel DrMelbourne, FL 32940
From Business: TLC Consultant Services include: Assessments Development/Implementation of Svc Plan Info/Referral Svc Coordination/Supportive Svc for Financial & Insurance Matter…
6825 Rowan LnHouston, TX 77074
Amazing company. Heaven sent. The Owner goes above and beyond for her clients, the staff are excellent and providers are so professional. Would recommend to anyone looking for services for their loved ones.
3000 Trulley StHouston, TX 77004
11511 Katy Fwy Ste 430Houston, TX 77079
From Business: Operational since 1993, Dean s Professional Services offers staffing management services. It also provides vendor management, consulting, recruiting, testing and contracting solutions. The company organizes various workshops to teach and motivate professionalism. Its information technology development services include the …
1604 Bissonnet StHouston, TX 77005
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If you want help for a loved one, do NOT go to IntraCare North. Our son was admitted there, mainly because he did some things he shouldn’t have at school and ran away. We needed help, but weren’t sure where to go for help, so we came to IntraCare North. The times I visited him there, he was EXTREMELY agitated (couldn’t be still) and talked about how much fun he was having playing with his new friends and going downstairs to get cokes and deserts. His “help,” or treatment, consisted of a single visit with his doctor for 15 minutes (if that long), two group meetings with his “friends” (where they discussed coping skills), and popping him full of pills. These group meetings, according to my son, were mediated by a “counselor,” who did not interact much, except to ask the questions to be discussed amongst the group. Evidently, the direction of the group meetings is provided by the kids, not the counselor. When pressing him for examples about how certain things should be handled according to group consensus, when a child is being beat up at school, they (the kids) should step in and beat the other kid up. This was a real question and response. According to our son, the counselor didn’t step in to say anything about getting an adult to help, etc. So, he came away vindicated in feeling he can beat up other kids, if the “cause” is right. There were other similar examples, but this was the way group was being handled. This was a part of their “treatment.”Our son also talked about some of the kids getting shot-up with “booty juice” (an injection in the butt to calm them) when they cussed. All this and every time I went to visit our son, I heard the kids using foul language in front of staff, with no staff response. But when I asked our son about what happens when they get in fights, as I heard one during one of my visits, he said they just talk to them (no “booty juice”). He gave a couple examples.So, when we called to identify these issues to the IntraCare Medical Director, asking for some help, their response was to discharge him, saying there was nothing else they could do. Isn’t this called “retaliation?” We complained, but it did no good.The next day, our son went back to school. We felt alright with this, knowing he was supposed to be in “In-School Suspension (ISS),” supposedly supervised by a teacher to keep him active in some type of classroom environment. We dropped him off at the door and watched him enter the school as he was met by a teacher to direct him to his ISS. We were expecting to pick him up after school the same way. However, we received a call from the school early in the afternoon, saying our son ran away, running into the street to get away from teachers who were trying to catch him. The police were called and they sent him to IntraCare North, again.I left work and met the police and school principal there and started the process of admitting him into the facility, hoping we would get better treatment, considering the complaint we gave them last time, only to find out our son did not meet the criteria for admission. Evidently running away (into the middle of a street to get away) was not sufficient enough to have him admitted. Evidently, living on the street, where deviants could pick him up and do “whatever,” was not sufficient enough to be considered criteria for admission to IntraCare North. Evidently, running away is not considered wanting to do yourself harm.Although this was probably a good thing, considering their lack of treatment methods and supervision, it still seems wrong on so many levels. But it gets better – when we were leaving, they demanded we sign a “Discharge” form, even though he was not admitted and we were there to admit him. Furthermore, they were not going to let us leave without signing the form. Can anyone spell k-i-d-n-a-p-p-i-n-g? After a lot of pounding on the door, someone finally let us out.
I think it's amazing how Julie Carrillo is so educated and have so much experience about different kinds of wounds. She's a hard worker and I have seen her work late hours. She's very loyal to what she loves, helping patients wounds to get better.Tara
Kindred Staff has been a pleasant experience for my family becausewe have a Patient Relations Representative Employee Name Jessie Gilmore who checks on us everyday to see how our mother is doing. She is one of the most caring and understanding employee I have ever met in the HealthCare Industry. If there would be more employees like Jessie, our world would be a better place because we all would genuinely care for one another.We have a Wound Care Specialist nameJulie Carrillo who has been working on our mother wounds and has caused so much improvement on all of them. She has the most wonderful spirit and cares so deeply about each one of her patients. She works to heal each patients wounds like each one is the only patient she has. She works so hard and cares so much.My family is so Blessed to have these employees Jessie Gilmore and Julie Carrillo watching over our love one.Val Bowers12/29/17
I had very negative experience with this company. I bought a Groupon for my daughter for a year of unlimited laser hair removal in 2016. The San Antonio location canceled many of my daughter's appointments with minimal notice. They also closed down their office and moved to a new location without notice. We had to wait for them to reopen and keep calling to get any information. They eventually did reopen. My daughter later paid $200 directly to the San Antonio office to do 8 laser treatments for another area. However, after about 2 treatments, she got another text in October 2017 saying they had AGAIN closed their office location and would contact her with further information later. She never heard from them again. I have placed at least 15 phone calls to the various numbers I can track down for this place over the last 2 months. Despite so many voicemail messages, along with emails to their website and facebook pages, I have not been able to get anyone at corporate to call me back. I did manage to finally speak with someone named Lori at the Houston location (she said she was the manager for that location) who assured me that corporate would issue refunds in the order they received requests for such, and that all I had to do was call and leave my information on yet another phone number. I did that. Several times. I also asked to be called back. I never got a response from corporate in way of return call or refund. I have left more messages since then and sent more emails, again with NO RESPONSE from corporate. I am finding similar stories posted online about this company as I try to research them because of this issue. Of note, someone else who posted a negative review on their Facebook page was contacted and told to email her information to firstname.lastname@example.org. That is supposedly a contact for corporate. However, that customer says she hasn't gotten a response to that email and nor have I.
I’ve been a patient at this location for 3 years. I chose it because of the flexible hours of operation. I called to ask if they could fill my blood pressure meds for two weeks due to my not being able to get there and the guy by the name of Christopher told me no I had to come in. Today I get there and was refused service because they wanted me to pay for my office visit. I have insurance and have never had to pay before. When asked why I was told it was the “estimated” amount of the visit. I informed them I had not had my blood pressure meds for 2 weeks and they didn’t care. Normally I am billed for my co-pay/deductible but today was different. Needless to say, I wasn’t allowed to see the doctor and didn’t get any medication. This place is not for working people with insurance....they are ideal for patients with Medicaid. Money is more important than your health. The doctor orders lots of test but never discuss it with you when you return. You could really go in and diagnose yourself and he will go with it as long as you pay for the office visit. That is, if you can get past the 2 goons at the window!
I was admitted and for 3 days the room was dirty, the linen didn't smell clean, a couple of doctors and nurses with nasty attitudes. Nurses and other staff members saw blood on my gown and sheets not once offered to get clean linen. Some of the staff seem like they can care less about your health and welfare. If you're tired of living, there are a few that will provide subpar care without hesitation.
At first it was nice to go with my husband to his doctor, Because he forgets to tell the doctor things he needs to know. Plus the covenant location. Close to my residence. Later visits slowly the attitudes changed. He wasnt given the full amount of his medication or he taken to much which ever the case may be it was enough, I called the doctors office to call in another script for him to take his medication. Who ever answered the phone told me " NO HE NEEDS TO COME IN AND TAKE HIS BLOOD TEST, AND WE NEED TO WAIT ON THE RESULTS FROM THE SPECIALIST. DID HE GO? I TOLD HER YES WE HAVE TO GO IN TWO WEEKS. WELL HE HAS TO WAIT TILL WE GET THE RESULTS BACK. I SAID HE HAS TO WAIT TWO WEEKS FOR HIS MEDICATION? SHE SAID I GUESS SO. I Told her Im going to take him to another doctor. She said alright and hung up the phone. I wasnt offered an appointment or anything just attitude My husband did go to take his blood test for his medication, but was still given an attitude.
Was taken to Memorial Herman with a ruptured artery in my nose. My hemoglobin had dropped to 3 and could not control the bleeding. Having no insurance I was told by the insurance lady that I shouldn't be there. Bad thing was I couldn't,t leave. Leaving after the artery was cauterized I came home and now after being told I was not good enough to be there I haven't left my house in 2 yrs. My nose is bleeding again and although I have insurance now I will bleed out rather than experience the humiliation.
Just read the other reviews and you will get a good idea of what you would experience at University Trace. I have been a tenant in this place for 8 years and the current board has increasingly made it Hell to live here. The location is great and they have been improving the property itself, but the obsessive compulsive behavior of the board has just about run it's course with me. The majority of the people that live here are nice, and I hate to be looking for a new place, but there comes a time when the Gestapo behavior and overreaching control of the elitist board gets to be too much. Even when the owners themselves aren't happy, there seems to be no relief from the onslaught of threats of fines. My owner has complained and tried to attend multiple owners' meetings and they have been cancelled on a moments notice. Heed my warning before it's too late, this place is poison with the current board of directors in charge.