• 1.First Horizon Medical Center

    14476 Horizon Blvd Ste G

    El Paso,TX

    17.91 mi

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    Receptionist are rude!!! I will not return!

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04/01/2016
By: Clifford kyle J.
Highlands Rehabilitation Hospital
I'm surprised to read others' negative reviews. My family's experience at Highlands Regional Rehabilitation Hospital couldn't have been much more positive. My father entered Highlands requiring medical services other rehab facilities in the area aren't able to provide. The facilities were well-kept, the administration was well-organized, the staff was efficient and courteous. Highlands far exceeded our experiences with other rehab centers in the area, and I would recommend it highly to friends and family.
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02/29/2016
By: Jessica S.
The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus
My dad had kidney surgery and had been sedated and on a ventilator for days, his nurse Katie in the Icu was amazing, she is one of the best nurses I've ever met, she was extremely sweet, caring, and patient with my dad even though he wasn't always the best patient.
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04/09/2016
By: Daniel F.
Highlands Rehabilitation Hospital
I was a patient there and I was walking with my walker because I have MS and when I was discharge in 2009, I was bedridden and I am still now bedridden. They over work me.
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