PlushCare - Urgent Care by Phone
Serving the San Antonio area.
1.St Mary's Pediatric Healthcare
4203 Gardendale St
Physicians & Surgeons, PediatricsPhysicians & Surgeons, Family Medicine & General PracticePhysicians & Surgeons, Public HealthPhysicians & Surgeons
Clinica Del Norte Pediatrics
102 Babcock Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78201
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HI my name is Benita and I am currently the office manger here at Children's Night Clinic and I would like to clear up some false information that I see above. OK first off we DO take community first Medicaid so rodriguez1984 I do not know where you got that info but it is wrong. And as far as us not seeing fever and breathing problems that is another false statement almost every patient that comes to our clinic has a fever as one of their symptoms so to say we do not see patients with fever is not true, and we always see patients with breathing problem asthma is one of the main illnesses we see here. Now of course if a patient comes in and it is almost closing time with a high fever and/or is asthmatic with trouble breathing that is the only time we would refer to the emergency room because we would not have enough time to clear the patient up and/or run any test if necessary. I advise anyone thinking of bringing their child to our clinic to call us rather than going off reviews because not all statements made on a review are accurate as proven here. Thank You and we look forward to helping your child.
Ran in for my appt with bulging red eyes & not :"a clue "as to why. Dr. Evans spoke very softly & slowly. Kept me calm & explained what he was doing and what outcome would be good or bad. Even when he ran out of ideas and still no answers, I was still calm and asked what else we should try? He gave me a list of things I needed to get done and we exchanged cell numbers. We kept in touch through it all. After 4 days with slow progression he kept in touch promising to do his best at making sure my eye problem does not get worse. I believed in him without any doubt. Once my "problem" went away, Dr. Evans ran me through a whole other set of tests and got a very ecstatic clean bill of health. We were both very happy and I am glad to refer him to some of my friends who also have Lupus. Thank You So Very Much Dr. Evans!!! Sincerely, Lisa A.F.
I am Writing about this place cause I do want people to know how you will be treated by girls at the front office ! They have a attitude from hell like their unhappy they're not friendly and the worst part is that The Dr is A sweetheart I have nothing to say about her and I don't know if she is even aware of their behavior with the patients that go there they never try to help you but never the less pretty much ain't even going to try to help you out !!!! If you call they act like you're bothering them instead of them of saying Yes Mrs or Ms What Can I do for you Sure I can See what I Can do to Take care Of It ......Its sad when you come to a office like this that they have no standard Morals for people especially it being in the down town area of San Antonio, Texas
When I first went to see doctor Schultz, I could barely walk. The man was helpful and cheerful, and got me able to at least move a little without pain. I only missed work on the day I laid out to find help. His caring staff, and at his craft has given me relief and ever increasing mobility. Advice and beyond the call, he also remedied my neck, and explained how all these different subluxations- that is, joints out of whack! ....could effect many aspects of my life. I am pleased to say I have experienced all the relief promised from pain, to sinus, to gastro-intestinal.... the list goes on. If you're teetering and unsure, let this be the testimonial to sway your decision. Chiropractic works! Dr Schultz is an angel! Nuff said!
VERY SATISFIED! I visited Alamo Heights Minor Emergency Clinic on my lunch break today and was literally in, out and back at work in 45 minutes. All employees from the front desk staff, to the PAs to the doctor were friendly and professional. I received treatment for an ear infection on the spot as well as receiving prescriptions. I would highly recommend this clinic to my co-workers, family and friends. I will definitely return in the future should I require medical attention again.
I dont live near Southtown Clinic anymore, and I still will not change primary care physicians. There is never a long wait and the staff is always so friendly! They make sure my prescriptions are sent to my Pharamacy and i even walk out with a copy of what medications I will pick up. If your looking for a clinic where you will not be listening to a recording and leaving messages waiting for a staff member or nurse to call you this is where you need to call. ����
I received amazingly good care during my stay at CSR Alamo Heights. The nurses were professional, concerned and friendly. The ancillary staff were also friendly and courteous. Everywhere I went while there was clean as a pin, a real plus to me. I couldn't have been more pleased. Surgery isn't something anyone looks forward to, but if you're faced with it anywhere in the area, this is a good choice for your care.Thanks to all who work there.
I was refered here by a co worker who said the wait wasn't long and his wife received excellent treatment when she went. My own experience was great. The receptionist actually smiled and me and made me feel like I was welcome there. I only waited about 10 minutes before I saw Dr. Guillory. He was thorough, friendly, patient and respectful. I went on a Friday at about 12:30pm. I would definitly go again. Too bad I live on the far NE side!
I'm hoping to not return again, because I don't want my kids sick. But if I had to choose a hospital for my kids, this is the only place i'd bring them. The staff, nurses, doctors, everyone so kind, well educated & helpful. I cannot begin to thank everyone enough, being at the hospital with your children & waiting for test results is stressful enough. Thank you!!!!
Just ok, I feel like I wasnt helped much. I have a weird infection on my leg that wont heal, I went to would care once a week, was given antibiotic cream and was told to just keep doing that...my wound is not getting better, new infection spots keep appearing and was told that it was ok...I feel like they did nothing for me.
- Debridement: The removal of dead skin and tissue surrounding the wound. This can be done surgically, using a whirlpool bath, syringes, enzymes that dissolve the tissue, or wet dressings that dry on the wound and absorb the dead tissue.
- Dressing: Wrapping the wound in a protective film, gauze, gel, or foam.
- Compression stockings: Tight-fitted fabric sheaths that encourage blood flow.
- Artificial skin: A covering that is applied to the wound for several days as it heals.
- 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.
- Negative pressure therapy: Creating a vacuum around a wound to encourage faster blood flow to the area.