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By: lisahall202
BSA Health System
I have used BSA over the past 6 years for many different reasons. The emergency room staff is always very helpful and I feel they see me as soon as they can. All of the staff is knowledgeable and acts like they truly care about me. I have had two children at BSA and their labor and delievery unit is the top notch to me. They go above and beyond. With my last child he was born 3 months early and I was in the hospital off and on for many weeks before having him. I felt very well cared for. They made me as comfortable as possible. For a hospital the food in the cafeteria is very good. Then my son had to stay in the NICU for two months. BSA was a home away from home. I felt my baby was in the second best possible place. From the xrays, ultrasounds, labs and every area I have dealt with at BSA I am very pleased. They make dealing with health issues easier and less stressful.
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By: Sarah K.
The Cross Medical Clinic
The Cross Medical is wonderful place to get seen for mine and my daughters health care needs! Everyone is skeptical about new places, especially for your kids.. but as soon as I walked through the door, all that worry went away just from the feel of the clinic and how friendly everyone in the office is. The wait was not more than 10 mins (just long enough for me to get paper work done) and I was called right back. the whole entire visit only took about 45mins vs. 2-3 hours anywhere else. the FNP here; Ginny Coppock is just great. My daughter loves her as well as the other 2 sweet as can be nurses Sandra and Maurlica! I can gladly say I will return to The Cross Medical Clinic.Excellent service, Nice environment, Very Clean, Wonderful Nurses.
By: laurenandjames.miller
Diaz Esquivel Pablo R MD
Dr. Diaz provided the best care possible for my high risk pregnancy and did everything he could to deliver a 100% healthy baby. My husband and I had every curve ball possible thrown at us during our pregnancy, and every unforeseen problem was managed and cared for by the doctor as if she were his own child. After delivering our precious healthy baby girl, he has continued to provide the best possible care for me as I've had healing difficulties. He has literally saved my life several times, while with child and without. Unlike all other doctors I've put my trust in who've let me down, he has sincerely cared for my well-being. I couldn't imagine trusting another doctor to deliver my children from now on.
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By: e.sims
Amarillo Urgent Care LLC
Took my husband in due to severe lower back pain. Within a few minutes of checking in they had him back in an exam room. We seen the nurse practitioner within minutes of the intake. After she listened to his complaints she order a urinary test and xray of his kidneys to check for stones. Shortly after she was back in with the results. Wrote Rx for antibiotics and pain. We were in and out in just over an hour. The staff was professional from the check in desk to the nurse practitioner to the dismissal desk. The cost was within reason for the test that were performed. We will be back if we ever need medical treatment again.
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By: Sydney E.
Kim, Caleb, DO
Although I absolutely love Dr. Dodson, the girls at the front and anyone who picks up the phone when you call, are incredibly rude and short with you. The nurses do not seem to care much for your health either but I stay because of the doctors. Keep in mind, you will also be waiting 2 hours or more while they chat with each other outside your room.
By: herb56
Jeffrey D Cone MD FACS
Dr. Cone did the surgery good but he was TERRIBLE in the follow up.He realeased me 100% one 2 months after back surgery and it's going on 2 years and I'm STILL on a walker. Can't work, can't walk, no balance and NO follow up physical therapy AT ALL. NONE / ZIP SO IF YOU HAVE HIM DO BACK SURGERY,PLAN ON TAKING 2 YEARS OUT OF YOUR LIFE.
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By: Steve L.
BSA Health System
Arrived at ER by ambulance. Had a stroke. ER team to hospital doctors were the best. Once admitted nursing staff, tech staff, all staff were great and super caring. To me haven't been in a hospital for years food was really good. And the food staff from the person or phone as caring as rest the staff. Very impressed with this hospital
By: Marla B.
Murrell Brian
Hello Linda, I am so sorry to read this, have you notified the physician or office? As to date we have not been notified of any patient with this kind of result. Please call the office and let us get him in to see the doctor. If your husband is not comfortable coming in then let us help with the process of finding him a new physician.
By: Gary S.
Amarillo Urgent Care LLC
Very friendly staff and I was in and out in about an hour. Waiting rooms are nicely equipped with TVs- makes the wait much easier! We took our sick 2-year-old there and the doctor was amazing at caring for him.
By: Karla D.
Amarillo Urgent Care LLC
I love Amarillo Urgent Care! Dr Khan and his staff are always so kind and caring. I get in and out within an hour. They are very professional. Would highly recommend Amarillo Urgent Care.
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