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By: Cherie L.
CHRISTUS Hospital - St. Elizabeth
My daughter went here for severe tooth pain. She could not get to a dentist because they were all flooded out. The first night was ok, they told her go to a dentist, which she couldn't and gave her a mild pain reliever and requested nausea meds. The following night she had a reaction to the pain med of which she had only taken one. When we went back, she was again told to go to the dentist, again still flooded out. Then she was ridiculed and made fun of by the nurses who stood outside her door and complained and made fun of all the other patients, whom were all also in earshot. She was offered serious narcotics which she refused and all the nurse could do was complain about having to go get the meds for nothing. Oh, and after her phenergen injection she was not wiped with an alcohol swab or given a bandaid. Thus she bled all over. Never going back there. Baptist is highly more professional. And nurses,.....if you don't like your job,....then quit.
By: Jo W.
Kate Dishman Rehabilitation Center
Most of the therapists and nurses were good but dr. in charge was not good so some care was not done in a timely manner. Things were done too soon or too late, I had a TIA from blood too thick and still holes in thigh from things not done right, infection, came home with wound vac. Hospital stay was 23+ days and recovery slowed because of Dishman, should not have gone there, never again. Before you agree to go there they don't tell you that you will lose your doctors. Also hated 1.5 hrs of PT and OT at a time, sometimes both in p.m.
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By: Bill C.
Kate Dishman Rehabilitation Center
Kate Dishman Rehab staff helped bring my wife, Marie, back to functionality after her surgery at St. Luke's in Houston. It was difficult to manage her pain, but she graduated the therapy regimen early thanks to their expertise.
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By: Debbie M.
Nancy Lyons Med LPC
This counselor saved my life. She may have not cooperated when she deemed it not wise in the case of "buttercup531", but as for myself, I would not be here without her grace, wisdom, understanding and the incredible ability to be a stellar counselor. I have since moved out of state and regret that I am not closer so that I can still go to her for counseling.
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By: Stephen C.
Wilton P Hebert Health & Wellness Center
No Management, don't make use of employee's, just lets them stand around, asked numberous times about conditions, they act as if they don't care, cleaning should be better, air ducts filty, rotted molded sauna, people sneak in who don't pay, really like place but its getting to the point I may have to take action, very poor manager, it doesn't have to be this way
By: Slamb@gt.rr.com L.
CHRISTUS Hospital - St. Elizabeth
I spent 26 hrs. in the emergency room because they did not have the staff to open up a room for me. When I left I was still sick and had to go see a private specialist before my problem was found and fixed. But you can be sure that when my final bill is sent to me they will expect me to pay it lickity split!! HARumphhhhhhhhhh!!! What I ask will I be paying for exactly?
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By: Claire C.
Ben Bell LPC
Awful. I left most appointments feeling worthless. Actually worsened my depression. Very impatient, yelled at me for wasting his time when I didn't talk enough. See anyone but him, please.
By: David H.
Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Beaumont
Convenient lesson times, professional staff, qualified coaches, karate, boxing, JiuJitsu, and fitness. Has been in buisness for 30 years in Beaumont, locations in Vidor and Orange. Always willing to help and answer questions. Huge and clean facility. My kids have grown tremendously as a result of their training here.
By: Steven E.
Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Beaumont
Highly recommend. Very thorough and knowledgeable staff. My children grew up under the leadership of Master Howells who has taught them so much. They have grown into confident, capable young adults. If you are serious about learning Martial Art then I would highly recommend this place.
By: Steven E.
Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Beaumont
Master Howells and his staff are extremely courteous and helpful. Our children love going to class and have grown into outgoing confident young adults. The staff are always willing to go the extra mile whenever extra help is needed. We would highly recommend.
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