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By: Jim W.
St Lukes Hospital At The Vintage
I filled out this before but it seemed to blank out and disappear so maybe a duplicate now.ICU staff are not taking ICU seriously when they're spending a lot of time laughing and displaying an environment of gaiety every day, which causes a delay in emergency response to empty medical bags and or patients requesting help. The patients should feel that professional with a 'serious can-do attitude' are right outside their doors, not immature people in a Bennigan's happy hour. At one point my friend desperately needed to use the bathroom, and ICU (female) response was "You just used the bathroom!" and they ignored her!!!! I asked a different nurse and he responded and took care of her bedpan needs. The men were more professional for the most part than women, not always, but usually. Women were giggling a lot - ICU is about saving lives and making quality of life better, not about giggling and a fun atmosphere. They took a long time to respond to medical analyzer alarms indicating a need for a replacement bag of drugs/medicine. I've been to the Methodist several times and I prefer the Methodist ICU mentality to St Lukes. I'll use a name, Dr Wheezer -he operated on my friend and apparently did a good job on her carotid artery, cleaning the plaque; however, he was very arrogant and pushy with the patient. He did a good job, but his arrogant demeanor is lacking passion / compassion.
By: Minnie R.
Cornerstone Hospital Medical Center of Huston
At first when we got transferred here from the hospital we were a little scared. My dad had suffered a cardiac arrest and heart attack so he was still in a coma in icu at cornerstone. It was a very scary situation but everybody here at cornerstone made us feel like everything will be ok. We felt a little too comfortable here almost like family. We even spend thanksgiving here to be with our dad. Dr. Vo was an amazing caring doctor helped us with everything, answered all our questions. The nurses and the aids were awesome. Especially Avis was amazing with my dad. She helped my mom out in how to care for him and even if she didn't have him that day to care for him she would still swing by to check up on him and my mom. We are so happy we have this place a chance and don't regret it at all. We were so sad to leave this place. Thank you Cornerstone at the medical center for all y'alls help!
By: Andrea M.
St Lukes Hospital At The Vintage
I delivered my son here 5/9/17 @1:47pm... The delivery was great and swift. I had a natural birth with the most pleasant staff attending to my newborn and myself. They were very encouraging throughout the process. I arrived at 7 1/2 cm dilated and was immediately transferred to my delivery room. After delivery the baby and I received a clean bill of health and were released for discharge the next day. It was absolutely comforting knowing that so many passionate individuals were attentively caring for us and taking the initiative to go above and beyond their job duties to ensure we were comfortable. I would like to thank the delivering doctor Dr. S Rahman, the attending nurses Laura, Katie, Lindsey, Anna (night shift), Robin (charge nurse), Rachelle, Nurses Aid: Martha, the circumcision physician Dr. Elhennawy and the discharging doctor Dr. Godley. Thank you all! I am grateful.
By: bella32709
Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center
I have been to this hospital Many times and was always well taken care of! If you don't like it here go somewhere else! I know people that would disagree on what you said about where you came from! People I know that have lived there!! Sorry you had a bad experience but that is not indicative of what Texas and Houston is all about! Alot of people have been to this hospital and did just great! This hospital has been around for a long time for a reason! You had bad experience I get that, but this place has also HELPED more people than hurt!!! You are being a little harsh on a city you haven't lived at long enough to know much about! - Much less the hospital! If you are not happy go back home! Alot of people love it here and call it home. -Even people that came from where you think is so great!
By: Tracy V.
Medical Center Of East Houston
The review below is full of B.S. The doctor (Dr. Garcia), is the best doctor I have ever had the pleasure of having visited. Extremely knowledgeable and very friendly. The facility is clean and wait times are not three hours. I would trust my life with this doctor. I would not visit anywhere else unless I wanted to be misdiagnosed. This doctor hits medical conditions head on. And, I must say he is correct EVERY time. I have to have a doctor like Dr. Garcia. He is a life saver. He knows the human body and how it works. So, if you need excellent medical help, this is the place to go.I am happy to see the bogus review has been taken down. I was NOT going to put up with it. Tracy Verlin
By: Carol R.
Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital
My father has been here for approximately 5-6 weeks for surgery, then stroke (TG he was still in hospital) which stroke team saved his life, with some residual symptoms. The nursing staff has been incredible on 8th floor, the PT staff is amazing as well. Thank you day nurses Alicia,& Sarah, evening nurses Ajay & Karima and night staff Tatiana & Christy. Thank you Ellen and other PT staff. I'm from Florida , in medical field and I can honestly say that nursing staff, PT staff, Dads physician were informative and always available. Housekeeping was excellent!
By: shon.stewart
Mrs. Good Print Printing and Design
Freedom Temple Church ordered a banner for our worship services. We were able to send the graphic to Mr. Guillory and within 72 hours it was returned to us with no problems. His ability to take any idea and or concept and generate it into a real touchable vision is great. His ability to be professional and personable all within the delivery of his service. I am highly pleased with this company and would recommend them to any and all of my friends. Highest Regards,Shon D. Stewart, Sr. ServantFreedom Temple ChurchHouston, Texaswww.livinginmyfreedom.org
By: Ms G.
Cornerstone Hospital Medical Center of Huston
I am glad my family and I made the choice to come to Cornerstone Medical Center. My father was transferred here to their ICU and were previously told he may not make it. The doctors and staff cared about my father's health and worked hard to get him to where he is today. The nurses were patient, thorough, and really listened to our concerns. The hospital was always clean and the staff seemed happy to work there. My dad is home now and walking again, something we didn't think we'd see again. I wouldn't trust my loved ones to be anywhere else!
By: T N.
Appian Way Apartments
I love the newly renovated apartments of AWV! I've had such a wonderful experience while living here. The apartment owner and management are always courteous, prossional, and they truly seek to meet the needs of their residents!! Being a healthcare worker, I love that this location gives me easy access to the hospitals, highways, etc. AWV is a very charming and quiet community, and a great place for professionals. I highly recommend AWV apartments!
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Mrs. Good Print Printing and Design
My business have gone through three different companies, including Fed Ex and two local spots up in MN for printing brochures. MGP was able to work with me all the way from Houston Texas. They printed 500 brochures, and they look great, clean and crisp prints. Ordering without seeing a sample was something that I said I wouldn't do, but with the MGP guarantee of cash back if I wasn't happy was a no brainer! I will not use anyone else.. Thanks MGP!!
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