Doctors Medical Center in Memphis, Tennessee with Reviews - YP.com

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12/29/2012
By: jackie.d.johnson.7
Signature HealthCARE at Methodist
I was admitted to Methodist University Hospital for surgery this month and have to be honest, that after reading the previous reviews, I was very nervous. My experience couldn't have been more opposite than their review. I have no medical insurance and this is why I was instructed to go to their Medcial Center and hospital. I can tell you with great certainty that I was treated like I had the best insurance there was to have from the cleaning people to the doctors and nurses. Everyone treated me with great kindness and professionalism. I will say if and when I have medical insurance and hospitalization is required I will request to go back to this facility. If you can say a major surgery was a great experience mine was and I will recommend this hospital to any and everyone. My sincere thanks to each and every one of my caregivers for the excellent care I recieved.
11/18/2014
By: Jacqueline G.
Signature HealthCARE at Methodist
My mother was treated like the queen she is. Thanks to the Thorasic surgery team and to the tech who scrubbed the case. I was a little nervous because i was doing my clinicals there while she was in surgery. The tower wing 5th floor thanks alot. She love u guys. Thank you Methodist University. :)
11/09/2012
By: vanessaleeshort
Methodist Healthcare
This is the best hospice company EVER. Everybody was so helpful and nice. They really understood what I was going thru with my father ( Randy Phillips) I would like to thank everyone on this staff so much. You all made it so easy for me walking me thru this and help me and my family. GOD BLESS.
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06/10/2015
By: Stephanie H.
Signature HealthCARE at Methodist
This is the best Kidney Translplant Hospital ever!!!!! Everyone is so nice. Love the entire hospital. Doctors are a little aggressive but hey, they are smart and when it's all said and done they do know their stuff!! Love it!!!!!!!!!!
10/10/2012
By: keisha.byrd.goodrow
Laambda Healthcare Inc
Husband and wife practice.Very nice people.Welcoming and professional employees.Easy to locate.Not a long wait time.Easy to get an appointment.Doctors are well educated.Was able to see me in the hospital as well in the office.
05/29/2013
By: jameshandles
Natural Chiropractic
Felt so much better after leaving Dr Adam's office. He does not pressure you like other doctors do to keep coming back and I like that about him. I will return next week for another adjustment. Great place
06/19/2017
By: Morgan J.
Cross Medical Primary Care
I am excited to have a primary care clinic close to both my home and job on Shelby Drive. The staff is awesome!
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