Best 30 Hospitals in Grand Prairie, TX with Reviews - YP.com

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03/10/2016
By: Mcgarry D.
Texas General Hospital
My Husband was in ICU for 2 weeks. The Staff ,The Nurses and the Doctors were Awesome!!!I didn't have to worry about contacting the insurance or papers for the next doctor, they handled it all.Was a relief for me the wife going through everything that they handled that. Thank You
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03/10/2016
By: Borowski L.
Texas General Hospital
Great hospital, well organized but EXTREMELY RUDE AND IMPATIENT Switchboard operators. I asked her one question because I could not understand the woman and she proceeded to yell into the phone with an attitude
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01/29/2016
By: Sheila G.
Texas General Hospital
everyone that I came in contact with was very nice. And quick service. I worried that it was going to be very expensive. I have insurance, but they said they are not in network on any insurance plans.
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11/29/2015
By: Christina M.
Texas General Hospital
. I have been to a number of different hospitals. None can even compare to the treatment and care I have had here The Staff I encountered and services I received we're EXCELLENT
03/12/2015
By: Tara C.
Texas General Hospital
They were really nice and made me feel very comfortable during my stay. They also have a great team of doctors and nurses that truly cared about me getting better.
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12/10/2015
By: Edna H.
Texas General Hospital
they took care of me and daughter when I needed them most. I thank these people here they were informed and very helpful when it came down to buisiness
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12/01/2015
By: Sam M.
Texas General Hospital
Good place fair choice, I'd reccomend this to others in the metroplex. Thankful they are in my town. If you're in grand prarie go here.
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12/22/2015
By: Lacey S.
Texas General Hospital
when my sister was sick. this place took good care of her. very informative place here, they know what they are doing. reccomended
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12/17/2015
By: Jean W.
Texas General Hospital
clean facility. helpful staff. they were quick with us I didnt feel like I had to be in the forever and a day for a no reason.
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01/26/2016
By: Phyllis H.
Texas General Hospital
took care of my families need when my youngest got sick. they cared for her as if she was one of their own. Thankful for this.
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