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By: Rushawnna H.
Michael Marsh PA
We've used Dr. Marsh for 9+ years and have never had a negative experience with him. His facility and staff are great.
By: A C.
Smith, J Scott, MD
Please look up Dr. Smith's license on the Texas Medical Board website before allowing him to touch you. Ask as many people as you know that who work for the hospital(s) he has performed surgery about him and get their opinion if you should be treated by him.
By: Jonie M.
Integra Urgent Care Center
This place is a joke! I was the first and only one in the office, was shows to a room and 1.5 later still hadn't seen the doctor. I heard patient after patient leave and still no doctor in my room. Decided to leave and get my co-pay back. Don't waste your time here!
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By: Sandy S.
Robison, Kelvin D
Dr. Robinson Saved my life! I will always be grateful to him! He was wonderful. Very nice, took time to explain everything so I could understand. Took very good care of me at Hospital.. He was Great. Sandy Stephens
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By: Pat R.
Smith, J Scott, MD
My husband and I have both had back surgery by Dr. Smith. He is awesome. Professional, caring and a gentleman. I would recommend him any day of the week.Jim and Pat Rasbeary
By: Linda H.
Sheri Hull DO
I have had one appt with Dr Hull and was so impressed with how instinctive she was after I explained the reasons I was there. She had a medical student observing which was great and reassuringly me that she was a teaching physician. She talked with me for half an hour explaining her treatment plan and her diagnosis with what was going on with me. She put my fears and anxiety to rest. I have finished all the testing she ordered and go back to see her in a couple of weeks. Her office staff are very good at setting an appt and getting me in as quickly as possible. They followed up to make sure all arrangements were good for me. I look forward to seeing Dr Hull again for my results and plan on keeping her as my neurologist for any issues. Linda H
By: Johnny T.
Weatherford Rehabilitation Hospital
I had a stroke on 11/15/2015. I spent a week in the Hospital then, I chose the Weatherford location because it was the closest one to our home in Graham, Texas. Dr. Bueller knows his REHAB Stuff his musical stuff plus several other stuffs. I can still hear him whistle cattle call in the hall as he walked by my room. The nursing, and rehab folk became my best new friends first time we met. Then the Hosp. Administrator Colt came to my room and played guitar and sang music for me. When you get tired of this hospital stuff, buy a bus, and tour. I will be your number one fan. I will even drive the bus for you. THAT SHOULD get your prayer life in good working order. Thanks to all you folk at W.R.Hospital….. I am forever in your debt for your care during this road to recovery. I played my guitar and sang for church for the first time this “Mothers Day” TODAY since my C. V. Accident. I guess you should know my # 1 goal was to play and sang again.THANK-YOU EACH ONEjohnny
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By: Kathleen A.
Buck Rose Donal MD
He did a wonderful job on my right hand 1-5-16.I would refer him to anybody.Thanks Dr. Rose.I think he is awesome.
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By: Jennifer B.
Sheri Hull DO
By far the worst doctor I have seen in my life, acted like a petulant child!! After waiting 3 months for an appointment with her, I was shocked by her appalling bedside manner, unprofessionalism, and complete lack of compassion. On my first appointment, she brought in 2 students to sit in before even having the professionalism to introduce herself to me or ask if having students in the room would be ok. I felt overwhelmed and I asserted my right as a patient to have them leave and she rolled her eyes at me saying “this is a teaching facility!” I was upset and told her that I was very anxious about my appointment, I had no idea and no one told me there would be 2 students with me in the room for my first appt., and I didn’t appreciate her rolling her eyes at me… she made faces of annoyance as she clicked the keys on her laptop and rolled her eyes again! I told her, you’re doing it again! Rolling your eyes at me! She said, I’m just trying to figure out what your problem is! We did proceed with a joke of an examination only because I was still holding out hope for some answers. She spent more time focused on her laptop than she did with me. She asked very few questions and overall seemed completely uninterested in my situation and was condescending and dismissive.
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By: Angela E.
Kimberly Strickland, D.O., Family Medicine
Very unprofessional. I was searching for a new doctor and I was excited to find that Doctor Strickland took both of my insurances. I called and I was told that they were not taking new clients until Feb. 19. Knowing I needed to see a doctor asap and it would be about 2 months before I could get in. I went ahead and made the appointment for Feb, 19. They went as far as sending me the new client packet. After waiting for 6 weeks and still had 2 weeks to go I was called and told she now wasnt taking on new clients. Now with my kind of illness it was important for me to get in as soon as I can. After I went through all the trouble with changing my insurance to her and waiting alittle extra longer than I should have, now I find myself going through the same thing and still I am without a doctors care. I have to wait another 2 weeks for the change on my insurance and I am very annoyed by the disregard to irresponsibility of her profession. I have told and will keep telling others of your actions. Being a doctor comes with a very BIG responsibility. People count on doctors to keep appointments just as you expect us to keep ours. If we dont show up at a appointment most doctors still charge us a fee. So for you not keeping your appointment with me I do expect an apology for the total disregard of my rights as a client who chose you to take care of my life. Thank you for letting me know I made the wrong choice. I just pray you dont disregard your other clients as easily.
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This depends on the facility. Patients should call to find out if they'll need a referral from their physician prior to making an appointment.
Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
  • 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.
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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