Suncoast Locations & Hours Near San Antonio, TX -
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By: Beth R.
Allied Loan Company
When I first got to San Antonio I needed a small cash loan. None of the other places would help me. Only Allied Loan was willing to loan me money. I have used them several times over the past 3 years. They are fast and friendly. Highly recommend them.
By: Anthony r G.
OneMain Financial
Didn't contact them at all. Nothing to review. Again, I have nothing to review since there was no business to discuss.
By: Stacey K.
Kimberly N Crittenden MD OBGYN
Awesome experience. She really makes you feel like she cares about your health and about you as a person!
By: Drea V.
Oak Hills Women's Center, P.A.
This place is a nightmare! Dr.Anca she's very forget full, bed side manner needs a lot of work, God for bid you if have brackston contractions because they act like "contractions" aren't painfull at all the nurse"Martha" talk to me like I'm a child she has no concern for you what's so ever. The girls in the front who do the scheduling and checking patients in and out are so rude, Kelly is the rudest one of them all. Don't even call if you have a question or concern because the girls in the front will try and answer the question when they aren't even medically inclined. I'm just finding out that Dr.Anca doesn't take phone calls and will not return phone calls, your pretty much stuck with leaving a message with the rude girl in the front, who will by the way roll her eyes at you the next time she sees you, why?? I really couldn't tell you. I would not reccomend this place to anyone. My husband and I had the worst experience here.
By: Kacie H.
Oak Hills Women's Center, P.A.
Dr. Sally Bullock of San Antonio Oak Hills Women's Center does not care for her patients. She seemed really nice until she refused to refill a drug she had prescribed me that has the following symptoms when stopped abruptly:* Brain "Zaps" (electric shock-like senstations in the brain)* Dizziness, light-headedness, vertigo, feeling faint* Headaches* Anxiety, irritability, hostility* Nausea, diarrhea, digestive upset* Tremor, hands shaking, nerve tingles, strange sensations* Fatigue, tiredness, lack of energy* Visual disturbancesHer nurse was not sympathetic at all and talked to me like I was a child. I missed my follow up a couple of months before due to my busy schedule. I realized there were no more refills and had the pharmacy call Dr. Sally. She refused to refill it, I then called her nurse to enquire why Usually in this case, they give you one more month and call you to come in, especially for a drug that you are supposed be weened from. I scheduled an appointment for over a week away. Her nurse called me back to tell me she still refused to refill. I asked her nurse to ask her to at least fill it until I could get in to see her. She said she would call me back and let me know if she could do that or not. She never called me back.Do you see those symptoms listed? They are quite real. I had experienced them a few years back when I didn't know any better and I was on this same drug and took it upon myself to stop taking it. I felt terrible, could not get out of bed or stop crying. This drug is not a controlled substance of any kind mind you. She said the reason that she wouldn't refill me, even through she was well aware of the hellish side effects I was going to have to endure, is because I wouldn't take the new drug she wanted me to try. Because I wouldn't be an experiment to whatever it was I'm sure her pharmaceutical rep (which there is always one there when I visit) was paying her commission on. Because I wanted to use a drug I knew worked, instead of taking a chance of puking my guts up or being bed ridden because the new thing she wanted me to try didn't work for me. I don't have time for that.I really don't understand what kind of monster of a doctor would put their patient through such hell, when they could at least prescribe enough to make the next appointment. I have an ever changing schedule, and it's busy, keeping up with these things is hard for me, so I have ran out of scripts many times before, and usually if they won't give you another month, they at least give you enough to make the next appointment. I will not be going back to this facility, I can certainly see why their schedule is always clear.I am day 2 without this script, and I am already experiencing some of the symptoms. It's only going to get worse from here. She even told me herself when she gave them to me how important it was that I don't stop them abruptly, that it was nothing to play around with, that her husband was taking the same thing. So she knows first hand. I don't understand why she would be so cruel. I will be filing a complaint. I see my PCP tomorrow, and I am sure she will help me out, as I told Dr. Sallies nurse, I have a work conference to be at this weekend, and I can't be dealing with the above symptoms and also uncontrollable crying.
By: Elyza A.
Bexar County Credit Inc
BEWARE! Bexar country credit allowed someone with my information to be approved for a loan and ruined my credit. When I called and asked about it, they hung up on me. I would never take out a loan and they knowingly gave a loan to someone in my name without me ever being present. They must not even have asked for ID! Terrible, terrible business. It's disgusting.
By: mlindhurst
Merit Finance
They approved me quickly, they were super polite, and they even don't mind working with me if I'm a day or 2 late (based on when my check gets deposited). Also I love the text reminders!
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By: Devin D.
Stone Oak Womens Center
I've always had great experiences with Dr. Harden and the team at this office. My very first time coming was for an emergency and they were able to schedule me in same day! The next time I went was for my yearly check-up and most recently the insertion of my nexplanon. All visits have been well and the staff has been friendly. Dr. Harden, the nurses, and the MAs are very knowledgable and answer all your questions very well. For scheduling appointments you might want to call a couple weeks ahead to get your desired time slot because they do tend to get scheduled quick but that's common sense.
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By: Zita M.
Stone Oak Womens Center
I love this clinic and all of the professionals within. Dr. Harden is a class act with her patients' welfare always put first.
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By: Vivian C.
Atlas Credit Co., Inc.
Want to say I'm very happy with the Service, great hospitality, and caring. Joann gave info I didn't know to better my credit rating.I would definitely recommend the business to all my friends.
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OB/GYNs learn to treat infertility as part of their standard education. OBGYNs who further their training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility are known as fertility specialists.
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is a treatment where medication is used to replace hormones a woman's body does not create naturally. Women are prescribed either estrogen alone or a mix of estrogen and progesterone. The former is given to women who've had hysterectomies, while the latter is for postmenopausal women. HRT used to be a common treatment, but doctors have prescribed it less often in recent years, as concerns of negative side effects increased.
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OBGYNs can prescribe or perform the following types of birth control:
  • Contraceptive pills
  • Birth control shots
  • Implants
  • Diaphragms
  • Vaginal rings
  • Cervical caps
  • Intrauterine devices
  • Tubal ligation
  • Hysterectomies
Women do not need to see an OBGYN to obtain over-the-counter forms of birth control such as male condoms, female condoms, or sponges.

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