Harris County Hospital District in Humble, TX with Reviews - YP.com
03/07/2014
By: Ginger C.
Humble Family Practice
Dr. Carpenter has been doing this a LONG time! Very knowledgeable and helpful in/outside office visit. Marcus Servier, his most senior Physician Assistant, is great also. They listen! They don't mind trying something new if 1st line of treatment doesn't work. I'm not thrilled by some of the office policy changes. You use to be able to walk in at 6:30 p.m. & could be seen without an appointment and have ALL your most pressing issues addressed. That's changed. Unmistakebly, the level of attentiveness and laid back environment is worth the return. Thumbs up to these 2!!
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03/04/2015
By: Cynthia F.
Kindred Rehabilitation Hospital Northeast Houston
Awesome staff. Awesome administrative people. Caring and compassionate nursing and therapy staff. Did not realize when I chose this building that I would be as happy as I am. Had no idea that I could get this quality of care.
10/16/2013
By: gracetory
Icon Hospital
We were a family who didnt have any no help or hope , icon hospital accept us with open arms and gracious hospitality . Special thanks goes out to mrs. Hilda long Chief Executive officer . May God continue to bless icon
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10/16/2015
By: Cynthia H.
Kindred Rehabilitation Hospital Northeast Houston
My mother was just admitted on 10/16/15 & so far everyone has been courteous & very helpful. I can appreciate the OT asking what my goals for my mom was before coming home. I'll do an update upon my moms release date.
12/17/2014
By: Phil B.
Kindred Rehabilitation Hospital Northeast Houston
The staff is very helpful and pleasant . They treated me very well and I made a lot of progress. Everyone here knows how to smile!
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02/25/2016
By: Teresa M.
Humble Family Practice
Love Dr Marcus in Atascocita, Although I have not seen Dr carpenter everyone i talked to said he is good also
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