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06/10/2017
By: Janet G.
Red River Hospital
This place should not even be called a hospital ❗️ They treat their patients like prisoners . They do not have a separated area for males and females , they do not have counsellors that actually care about their patients, counsellors use $5.00 words lecturing patients only to use s system of what the patients grade their day 1-10 (always say your day is a "9".. Equalling a good day , always make your bed because that another barometer for if your depressed), they allow patients one phone and patients actually fist fight if one gets on line ahead of another! They allow patient to walk around cussing and slamming doors disrupting the others peace = there is none. This is NOT a place with ANY professionalism. The front desk lady has attitude and that attitude carries thru to all the other employees. Their food is "prison" food no doubt!!! Their patients do not get to even see a clock, they do not give them cre rinse as one patient drank it ���� so all others are barred from it, patients do not have any even CIVILIAN rights. They are downright nothing short of a PRISON that charge your insurance company $1000 a day❗️ FOR NOTHING EXCEPT A PHYSICAL LOCK DOWN PRISONER STYLE. Do not take anyone there unless thru see s criminal needing detoxe in the most audacious way. Cruel punishment.
04/05/2017
By: tamara.hardy44
Phillip J Stephan MD
Great doc with excellent bedside manner and I awesome crew working with him!! Best service that you could ever want!!
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02/24/2017
By: Sheryl C.
De Asis Myrna C MD
Dr DeAsis is always very thorough. Appointments have almost in time. I always refer anyone that asks to my dr.
08/11/2016
By: Robert E.
AVERA BLAKE
Do not go to this place. They don't know or respect the meaning of a appointment time! First appointment waited 45 minutes to 1 hr & second appointment waited almost 1hr 45 minutes for someone to say your eyes look good. If I could give 0 stars I would! #learnhowtoscheduleappointments
04/19/2016
By: Sharon D.
AVERA BLAKE
Drs didn't so exam EVER.They used.or students n took their word for it . I was sent for cataracts check.up 5 YEARS THEY SAID NO CHANGE. THE DR DIDN'T LOOK! I'M NOW HAVING CATARACT SURGERY. RIP OFFS.
01/19/2016
By: Kellie W.
Duhan, Christopher, MD
My Patient Status Is Being Wrongfully Terminated By A Dr. Chris Duhan without the privilege of any logical Dialogue as to the poor reasoning of his flippant decision. why! My husband took me too see Dr. Duhan in my wheelchair, and I do not walk on my chronically painful right leg due to horrible accident. I was extremely weak, and a bit confused from days suffered from restaurant food poisoning. I could keep nothing in my tummy, esp water. Tech ordered me to weigh, and I could not very easily comply with out embarrassing my self in front of my husband, or in public. Duhan did not have the wherewithal to understand any kind dialogue between Doc and patient/ husband. I saw him 7 min., E.g. before he promptly showed me and my husband who pushed my wheelchair down a long hallway to the outside door. He was really looking like a big powerful man on campus,& I perceive he was acting like a big movie star for all the techs to see. He doesn't have time for a really sick lady like me anyway. I have all my family at this my clinic. He wrongfully Terminated my patient status in a letter giving not a single word as to the reason why! I called him when he sent me a letter. Duhan did not call me back, but sent a tech to call for him, asking what I needed. Well, I called her hours prior to tell her I wanted- - - to respond in kind to the Duhan letter. Dr. You never called. I want to know how a Doc who works for a clinic can legally turn me away from my families other Doc. At the clinic. He would not give one reason why a desperately sick individual who was not treated properly, was thrown out after seven minutes e.g., and $75.00 later that blue cross made us pay that day. He has no recourse , but to clearly understand he was way too busy on his half day to deal with a very weak lady, with diabetes, food poisoning, and crippling pain. A Truly ill patient. He is sorely regretting this if he cares about bedside ethics. The last thing I said as he stood watch over the outside door like a Queens Guard. You will regret this! Kell West never dismissed me, Duhans Words only. Big, Beautiful Smiles. I hope you had your stress or joy that day at my expense, because you will never forget such an inexcusable action for for a board certified physician. Regards, Kell West
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11/20/2015
By: Gloria G.
Dr. Michael Sheen, MD
Dr. Sheen the best. Im walking as of a week ago without a walker or a cane. I haven't walked since 2010 without a cane. Thank you Dr. Sheen...I am discharged as of today from rehab..
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05/28/2015
By: Twiggs D.
United Regional Health Care System
United Regional Hospital ER lacks in medical knowledge of MS and complication. I had a major relapse on 20 May 2015., I was sent home with a anxiety attack. I lost precious time which added a long and painful recovery. I will not be going back to this hospital unless it for a cut or bruise.
02/09/2015
By: Karen D.
E Yap,Francis MD
Excellent Doctor. Would highly recommend.
05/21/2014
By: Sandra O.
Texoma Pain & Spine Center
absolutely the best doctor and his staff is off the charts. they want to get you were you need to be
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