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02/06/2017
By: Janette V.
Driscoll Children's Hospital
I would not recomment this facility to any parent. I took my daughter two times to ER room at Driscoll Children Hospital. she was complaining of a headache the doctors did not prescribe her any med at all after we wait for almost 6 hrs. They sent us back home and tell me to give her Tylenol and put her in a Dark room.. She was diagnosed with migraine headache. They did not do any lab work scan or anything.. I can see they don't want to work..!!! After 3 days my daughter had not relief from her headache and has not improved.. She was feeling horrible did not eat or sleep just cried screem and complained of severa pain. I took her to Methodist Children Hospital in San Antonio Tx.. The Doctors and nurses were exelent in less than 45 mim they quickly checked her ears throat temp and a CT scan of her head which was remarkable for pansinusitis, soft tissue sweeling in the right forgead region without postsepta abnormality in the right orbit.. She was admitted for pain med and IV antibiotics for 4 days..
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10/12/2016
By: msondramc
Christus Spohn Health System
Horrible! I went in to the ER with chest pains, couldn't breathe and had a bad back ache. No test were run. They game me a painkiller and sent me home saying I was just having a back ache. Went to my doctor, turned out I had a slight heart attack, bronchitis and a UTI. Ridiculous that they billed me even when I took the reports from my doctor. They claimed with my symptoms they took appropriate steps. DON'T EVER DO THERE! The staff at the Shoreline hospital told me that they constantly mis diagnose and they are know as a maternity hospital only.
02/13/2014
By: Joy K.
Driscoll Children's Hospital
If you use a doctor that has offices in the medical buildings attached to Driscoll Children's Hospital you may be charged outrageous "facility fees" even though you never set foot in the hospital. These fees are over and above the charges for a normal doctor visit. You may also be charged inflated prices for x-rays and laboratory work. You will NOT be informed of this prior to the visit. This happened to me when I took my daughter to see Dr. Roger Timberlake of the Children's Orthopaedic Associates of South Texas. This was a regularly scheduled doctor's appointment. I had a referral from my insurance and he was listed as "in network" on my insurance company's provider list. When I registered, I paid my regular co-payment and thought I had met my obligation. A few weeks later, I received bills for all of the extra charges in the mail. There was NO disclosure about this whatsoever. We received no benefit for these extra fees. If your child needs medical care, be sure to ask your provider if they charge these ridiculous fees. If they do, go somewhere else!
02/10/2014
By: Eagle J.
Christus Spohn Health System
I gave birth to my child there and service was great, everybody, ans the staff was great. So now my child goes to see his doctor visits at the hospital and I just recommend that anybody with the first baby being born, Spohn South hospital helped a lot.
10/31/2012
By: crazydoran82
Kindred Hospital Corpus Christi
This place is a joke, they have had my dad in a drugged stuiper ever since he has gotten there. the hospital is empty and can't be bothered to get patients back on their feet.
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