Best 30 Medical Centers in Dallas, TX with Reviews -

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By: mzjessica.cashgreen
U T Southwestern
Well, my mother received a Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD) from this hospital. Mind you, the right side of her heart is the worst. So they placed the pump. She stayed there about 3 to 4 more months after surgery. Then they decide to throw her in a nursing home where they know nothing about LVAD patients. Instead of doctors at UT doing their research as doctors, they were more hung up on my mothers emotional distress, and mental issues. These are doctors, aren't they supposed to research?? I just feel like they placed this pump in my mothers heart, then said ok we're done, bye! Oh, your mother can't get up, or walk, well we'll just throw her in a nursing home and just forget about this patient. Maybe this patient was too complex for doctors to deal with. I asked them several times, should I take her to Baylor heart? They simply said that Baylor would not accept my mother because UT put the pump in. So now I'm like well, who will be willing to help? If something happens to my mother, UT ST. Paul hospital would be the blame because they didn't event have the decency or professionalism to check on a patient with mental disabilities. Oh yea, they had a Nurse practitioner covering the case. That's like sending the weather man to give breaking news. These people have made my family's life HELL. Think they give a crap. Heck no!!
By: healthcareconsumer
Lifecare Hospitals-North TX L
The hospital is very clean. The nurses and doctors were wonderful. My Mom was very sick and we were so scared that she wasn't going to make it. The wonderful staff there made us feel very comfortable and at ease. We stayed with Mom for the first several days and met many wonderful people. After that we knew she was getting the best care. We even met the CEO. He was always visiting with famalies, other patients, and his staff. I have never seen a CEO of a hospital doing any of that.The doctor we had saw us every day. He took the time to answer all of our questions. He was truly a God send.This is the best hospital I have ever been in.
By: Beverly C.
Walnut Hill Medical Center
This was my first time for Walnut Hill. I thought it was the best experience I had at a Hospital. Dr Darryl Kawalsky is my Doctor and he is the best Cardiologist. If you need a stent or more, Dr Steven Meyer is a good choice. He seems to be able to do things that other Interventionist can't do. Hands down, the hospital we would go to. Great staff, equipment, food was fine. This is something I found nice, the bed was actually good. The last hospital I was in, had beds like sleeping on the floor.
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By: Kent B.
Walnut Hill Medical Center
FYI, I called an ambulance because I couldn't pee & the driver took me to the Walnut Hill Medical Center, instead of Presbyterian Hospital-Dallas.Quite frankly, I was flabbergasted that everyone was so polite, friendly & helpful.I might have a little constructive criticism; however, this is my recommendation:If you live in the area & need to go to an emergency room, GO TO THE WALNUT HILL MEDICAL CENTER!!!
By: maintainpositive
AllCare Family & Urgent Care Clinics, PA
this is why I like going here: I'm in and out quick. Im not a patient person, plus I have alot of things to do in a day, including work, so I appreciate that they respect that my time is valuable too. Secondly, I believe it is important to have a doc tor with the same faith based values that I have, and I have that with this lovely couple of Doctors.
By: blackhorn
Baylor University Medical Center
Baylor Medical is our whole family's choice.Everyone there is caring, courteous, friendly, helpful, highly professional people I have never met anyone employed there that I could say any less about.Thank You Baylor!
By: Stephanie S.
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
The hospital itself is outstanding. But this is not the main number for the hospital. This is for Children's Health within Presbyterian Hospital
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