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  • A
    Bruno Nascimento - Health & Life Insurance Broker
    He was very candid and gave us an initial quote and then did research to find more affordable plans for our larger family. Due to my monthly portion for ACA Marketplace renewal turning out to remain about the same from last year, I decided to stay with it one more year, but Bruno gives me hope that no matter what ends up happening with ACA, he will help me find the best health insurance.
    - Edward and Carol M.
  • F
    Green Oaks Hospital - Wysong Campus
    This hospital is abusive and commits serious medical malpractice. I tried to commit euthanasia after much careful deliberation after being seriously ill and almost 100% bedridden for over a year. Unfortunately I was discovered before I was dead. Dr. Doyle Carson misdiagnosed me as borderline (attention-seeking) after a two-minute interview even though I met none of the criteria for the diagnosis. He didn't even ask why I attempted to kill myself. He then proceeded to force a medication on me that I had experienced a serious, life-threatening reaction to in the past. I informed them I could not take this medication and it was forced on me on spite of abundant previous medical documentation of a serious reaction to it. The hospital ombudsman did not respond to multiple requests for assistance. I was called a liar and the doctor would not even meet with me to discuss the issue. I choked and had spasms so bad that six or eight teeth cracked and some had to be extracted. I almost died. The treatment for the reaction is simple, benadryl. When I reported the reaction, barely even able to speak, collapsing to the floor choking, I was taunted and laughed at by the head nurse and staff. Hours later I was given a single dose of benadryl. When it wore off, six hours later, and I was still in agony, barely able to open my jaws or speak, I was denied a second dose of benadryl. Medical protocols said I should have been given benadryl by IV for 12 to 24 hours for this reaction. Also, I was a minister candidate at the time and was blocked by staff from working on my studies. I was told I could not have my study books or a pencil, or even a crayon to write my exercises with, in the name of safety. I was completely calm and compliant, such measures were abusive. I had multiple serious health conditions including a nervous system infection and ricketts at the time and could not sit up without support for more than a few minutes. The staff insisted I was being difficult and was not physically ill in spite of recent hospital admissions. They were utterly abusive and this hospital should be shut down. Their medical "treatment" was medical "malpractice" and outright abuse. My legal case against them was blocked from going to trial by medical malpractice reform laws. The attorney I spoke to informed me that under the new malpractice laws only those with extensive lost earnings could prosecute and he has to turn down 99.2% of legitimate cases of malpractice brought to him. I presented my case myself all the way to the Texas Supreme Court but lost because I could not get my case to trial because of the new laws. Several rape victims' cases didn't go to trial because of these laws and another elderly woman who had scalding water thrown on her and died had her case dismissed without going to trial because of the new laws. Lack of legal recourse for malpractice and abuse means these monsters can do whatever they want. It was like mental health treatment in the dark ages. The United Nations International Criminal Court Prosecutor later offered me refugee status and Australia offered me asylum, in part because of this experience.
    - Cathy B.
  • A
    A Place For Mom
    A Place For Mom was so helpful to me. It is very stressful to become your parents' caretaker. They were so professional and understanding. Their service is free. I would recommend them to anyone needing help locating facilities that are wonderful for your parents.
    - Mary M.
  • B
    Walgreens Pharmacy
    I would use them in the future. They should get better training on the computer for the people who are assisting you. I would refer them and I would tell friends to check to make sure everything is accurate. The wait room was fine.
    - Mary B.
  • A
    Durant, Karen
    We have been going to Karen for years. I go to her every 6 months.  She just pretty much just says it the way it is. She is very straightforward and cuts to the chase. She'll ask the hard questions. She cares, that's the big thing.  Someone else may not like her but we like the fact that she just comes out and says it or does it or questions, the fact that she is very straightforward with us.  I have never had a problem.
    - Lee & Kim C.
  • D
    Been coming to this location quarterly if not monthly for 10 yrs. every 6 months or so....there's drama. They didn't fill it 90 days because of price or nasal spray exploding under pressurization (I'm a flt attendant) and pharmacist Cunningham tells ME to contact the manufacturer. Though cvs sold to me. Very rude pregnant girl for awhile the rest are stressed and rushed. The ONLY one with sense is Cassy very personal caring employee and been there a long time. Doctor made mistake with medication and put DOB on date filled well anyone can see it's a mistake and passing it back to me they can't accept or call. I'm over it. This is the icing on the cake. I'm not home enough to be in CVS everyday straightening out a problem. Cassy explained why they couldn't, and I believe her. Customer service is a lost art anyway and it is the exact same here. Most convenient for me but I'll go elsewhere and save a little money to get treated like crap anyway. D rated only because of Cassy.....the other caring ones are long gone.
    - Ashley A.
  • D
    1st Class Urgent Care
    At the front desk, I was told that they "couldn't verify" my insurance and that I'd have to pay all expenses out of pocket.   Even with my insurance card in hand and run through the system, she said, "It shows you're insured but I can't verify what they'll pay for, so you'll have to pay in full today and we'll try to get ahold of them Monday so that you can get reimbursed."    It seemed awfully fishy to me, but I was in a tight spot and needed for my daughter to be seen. 
    She saw Dr. Taiwo, who was very friendly and professional.   He ordered a few tests, got a diagnosis and told us he'd call the prescriptions she needed to the pharmacy.   Because this happened on a Saturday evening, we had to call her meds(4 different prescriptions) into a 24-hour pharmacy pretty far from our home.   
    I got to the pharmacy and realized he'd called in pills and not liquid.  She has a long history of tube-feeding/non-eating/difficulty with swallowing (all outlined in her medical history which I gave the nurse) and cannot swallow pills.   I explained this to the pharmacist, who tried to get in touch with the urgent care center.  The number provided on the prescription pad was for some place in Mequite, Texas (over an hour away) and not the Urgent Care center itself.  Even the address was different, which was strange.   I had to rummage through my phone to get their number, which went unanswered because the clinic was then closed - there was NO way to get in touch with the doctor to change the prescription. 
    The next morning, I got a phone call from the clinic - this time, the doctor on call (a different doctor than the one we'd seen the night before) was VERY short with me on the phone.  He insisted that a "child her age ought to be able to swallow a pill" and told me that if he had to call in a liquid, "she won't get much benefit".   I tried re-explaining her syndrome and history, asking if we could make a substitute or adjust the liquid dosage; however, he would NOT listen.  He just told me that he'd call in the liquid but doubted it would do any good.   He then hung up the phone without saying goodbye.  My daughter and her GI syndrome apparently ruined this man's day. 
    Of course, when he re-sent the prescriptions, he prescribed the medications in PILL form with instructions for dosage in MILLILITERS.   And he did not sign the electronic prescription.     The pharmacy tried to call him yet again and the number given on the prescription was, yet again, some random unmanned phone with a Mequite area code.   I had to provide them with a number.    When the pharmacist called, the receptionist said she'd give the message to the doctor and he'd try to get to it. 
    For all the time wasted driving around and making phone calls, we might as well have just waited until Monday to see our pediatrician.   Honestly, this place is a little shady.  Dr. Taiwo was great but everything else is   Next time, I'll drive back to Legacy ER or to Children's Hospital Urgent Care (they are much further away, but worth the drive for us).   I'm SO sorry I decided to go to the closest place - I really thought that dragging a sick child across town was a bad idea.  Boy, was THAT wrong!

    - Mary K.
  • D
    LAY and WILLIAMS Health Insurance Service
    I called the office 11/6 to get information and quote on replacement Health Insurance. At that time I provided my email and phone and was advised that there was no real information until the open enrollment period started 11/15. Mr. Hildebrandt told me that he would contact me with information once he had that information around 11/15. I returned from being out of town during the Thanksgiving week and called Mr. Hildebrandt around 12/5 to follow up since I had not heard from him. I assumed things were busy. Upon providing my basic information he did send me several options for myself and my family. A couple days later I sent a follow up email (around 12/9) requesting one last comparison between a couple of plans he offered. After I did not hear back from him in a couple days I ended up going to the Blue Cross site and selecting the plans there. I believe he has knowledge that would prove very helpful in navigating the nightmare Obama created, but I guess it does not pay enough to be responsive? I would actually pay an upfront fee to get someone with his knowledge to assist, but that may not be an option as I am unsure what rules are in place that my prohibit that.
    - Ron B.
  • A
    Aetna Inc
    While there are many companies you can use for health insurance, Aetna seems to go the extra mile to make sure I am happy and taken care of. Their website and online chat are second to none and have been extremely beneficial to me when information is needed and I do not have to make a phone call to get it. They also have helped me with doctors overcharging for services and trying to get more more for me despite contractual agreements. I never have to wait more than a day for a response from customer service.
    - James R.
  • B
    AS far as medical insurance providers are concerned, they perform pretty much in line with the other big Insurance companies. I've said it in other reviews and I'll repeat it again. I feel that the premiums are too high for the amount of coverage I have, especially with the very high deductible I must meet each year ($4500, family coverage). I also would like to see the insurance industry change they way the charge for family coverage. In my situation, my family coverage is for my wife and I and one child. Whereas, a family of 4 children + two parents are paying the same premiums and receiving the same coverage as I am for only one child + two parents. That doesn't seem fair or equitable to me!
    - Daniel M.
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