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08/05/2017
By: Juan G.
Rodriguez, Ofelia, MD
If there was such an option for zero stars, I'll gladly put it. The wait seemed eternal. The consultation was worse. I'm pretty sure that any person who knows how to work WebMD can do a better job or someone who just binge watched Grey's Anatomy. Please excuse my sarcasm but I'm really aggravated that such a dunce can exist.
04/19/2017
By: Debbie A.
Lucy's Fashions
If I could give a zero I would. I tried on a nice jumpsuit from display and it fit perfectly. When I went to pay, I was given a packaged jumpsuit. I paid and left. When I took out jumpsuit, it was sewn wrong. Receipt does say no exchange return or refund. However, the item i was given is NOT what i tried on nor do they take out packaged item to show you. Girl was extremely rude on phone and hung up on me when I was trying to explain I simply wanted a wearable jumpsuit. I tried calling back and it kept going to fax machine. Very poor clothing AND service but I guess you get what you pay for.
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03/11/2017
By: Nelly P.
Venus Women's Health Center
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11/15/2016
By: Antonio M.
Steel, Richard J, MD
Dr. Steel is great...Dr. Steel is a great listener and he focuses on keeping the patient involved in the goal of better health. he is empathetic and works to make the patient comfortable about medications and treatments. Front office staff and assistants were fantastic. The office is always very clean, beautifully decorated, and comfortable. I'll never go to anyone else.
03/11/2016
By: Nora A.
Dr. Zuka Z Khabbazeh, MD
This Doctor, Doesn't seem to care about her patients,only that they get their treatment, almost seems like she dont care what the Patient has to say, not too friendly either like my other Doctors. Staff is also at times rude. I Do not Recommend this Dr. Khabbazeh
12/03/2015
By: Car M.
Lee Chevy C
Very rude Doctor. His nurse was being super nice to compensate for her boss's rudeness. I will look elsewhere when looking for a doctor.
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07/20/2015
By: Lucretia G.
Dr. Danielle Joeline Jimenez-Flores, MD
was seeing Desi.canals in mission wanted to switch to this Dr Flores. Called asked if they accepted Medicare. Was told by crystal they DID. THAT I NEEDED TO HAVE ME MEDICAL RECORDS TRANSFERRED AND SHED THE DR. FLORES WOULD REVIEW THEM. THAT IF I WAS REFERRED SHED ACCEPT ME AS A PATIENT. I SAID IM NOT REFERRED BUT I WAS HOSPITALIZED AND THEY GAVE ME A LIST OF DRS WHO ARE WORKING WITH DHR. SHE SAID OK JUST HAVE YOUR RECORDS SENT TO US. I DID AS CRUSTAL SAID. CALLED THE FOLLOWING WEEK TO SEE IF THEY GOT THEM. SHE TRANSFERRED ME TO DR FLORES NURSE THEY CONFIRMED THEY DID HAVE MY RECORDS. CALLED.A FEW DAYS LATER TP.SEE IF SHE MADE A DECISION. THEY TOLD.ME THEY HAD NO MEDICAL RECORDS AND THAT I CANT BE SEEN BECAUSE MY INSURACE. ALL.THIS TO HAVE NO PRENATAL CARE!!!! Because Desi canals office transferred my.records to Dr Flores I'm not a patient of either offices. In Dr canals eyes I'm being seen from Dr Flores because they said for me to send.my records over. IS THIS HOW DRS AND THERE STAFF ARE SUPPOSED TO TREAT PREGNANT WOMEN OR AMYONE AT ALL. IM 30 weeks pregnant and without medical care.
03/11/2015
By: Madison V.
Walmart Supercenter
Walmart stores in Texas generally have gone downhill so it wasn't a surprise when I stop by a local store dubbed "The Dirty Jackson" out of convenience...Well, convenience was all it had going for it. The store employees hang outside the entrance doors smoking cigarettes at night, the store is unclean, employees are unfriendly and rude and of course, the produce section needs a face lift. I would like to post a photograph I took, but I see that's not an option here. The most recent incident was two nights ago, I go to grab a bag of oranges priced over $6 and get mold and juice all over my hand. This store needs to be up graded, the employees re-trained in customer service, the store needs to be deep cleaned, and products need to be kept orderly and fresh. A large majority of Americans have asthma so employees should NOT be outside the front doors, on the benches smoking. It drafts all the way through the entrance and past where the carts are held. That is NOT family friendly! I'm not sure if anything will be done about this and many issues within this location, but it's worth submitting my experience. I have been to this store about 15 times and this is my overall viewpoint. I cannot allow myself to give in to the convenience of Walmart location and hours and will have to make HEB my store.
11/21/2014
By: Tyler K.
Walmart Supercenter
Stood at the sporting section for 20 mins with no help. I walked to electronics 3 times asking for them to send someone and still no one came over to help. I finally asked for the manager which also never came to talk to me. In total I wasted an hour and a half. Terrible management, I'd recommend anyone to go anywhere else than this Walmart.
11/07/2014
By: Remington S.
Steel, Richard J, MD
My visit was really wonderful. Dr. Steel was friendly and knowledgeable, and he displayed a real care for my personal situation. One of the best experiences with the medical profession I have ever had.
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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  • Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to promote healing.
  • Growth factor therapy: The use of materials naturally produced by the body to encourage quick cell growth.
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Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
Most health insurance plans cover wound care. Patients should check with the clinic and their health insurance provider before seeking treatment to be sure.

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