Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano

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4700 ALLIANCE BOULEVARD, PLANO, TX 75093 USA

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(469) 814-2000
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4700 ALLIANCE BOULEVARD, PLANO, TX 75093 USA

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Consumer feedback about Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano

Melanie Campbell
Melanie Campbell

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

TRUST ME!! It wouldn’t matter if they DID report these terrible doctors to the board! I DID! Had tons of documentation to back up my claim and they STILL found no basis in which to fault my doctor whom maimed me for Life. This hospital knew about it too.
This Board looks out for its own. I no longer have any regard for that certificate backing any physician I see. Word of mouth only for me from now on!!! What a joke. We put our total trust in these physicians who promise to “first do no harm”, and the hospital that employees them and our lives are changed forever more. Forget suing in the state of Texas, it’s capped! Even the state protects these horrible human beings. They show zero compassion, zero care and leave you to pick up the prices of a new life. While they never miss a good nights sleep. Something is very wrong with this whole viscous cycle.

Fierce J Jewels
Fierce J Jewels

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

One cannot base the reputation of a hospital on one evil employee. My mom had brain tumor surgery at this Baylor location, and I couldn't be anymore pleased with the care that was rendered to her. They went above and beyond to make certain that she was comfortable and the nurses were very caring. My mom was also offered rehab before returning home, and her follow ups have been very satisfactory. Her surgery was 5 years ago and she is still well.

Tara Kengott
Tara Kengott

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

This is a terrifying institute that condoned a serial killing doctor because they didn’t want to deal with the hassle. Please please please, don’t ever seek medical care here for your life’s sake. They care about the money going in their pockets and not public safety. Dr. Death, enough said. I don’t understand how the CEO or whoever is not facing jail time. I’m so incredibly horrified hearing about how they handled an awry neuro surgeon. They need to be shut down. Period. They are the the reason Dr. Death was so successful in paralyzing and killing patients. Shame on these horrible humans. Oh and there’s no chance that they will ever address the countless reviews regarding this subject, they will try to sweep these reviews under the rug just like they did with Dr. Deaths mangled surgeries and the countless unanswered phone calls and emails from other concerned doctors and citizens. BAYLOR ADDRESS THE PUBLIC CONCERN AND TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY, do something to mildly redeem yourself.

Emmett Martin
Emmett Martin

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

THIS IS THE BEST ER STAFF IN THE WORLD YESTERDAY BETWEEN 8 AM -12 PM NURSES, THE DR, THERE CS, THE LAB PEOPLE WERE AMAZING. THEIR PERSONALITIES ALL MADE ME FEEL BETTER EVEN THO I WAS NOT PHYSICALLY. I LOVE YOU FOR THAT AND THANK YOU FOR EVER.

Wayne Gale
Wayne Gale

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I just want to give a big thumbs down to your total lack of a response to all of the reviews and publicity calling you out your negligence in your handling of the situation with Christopher Duntsch. I find it interesting that you have responded to every other review with great concern and enthusiasm, but have nothing to say when his name is mentioned. Isn't that how you got into this mess in the first place? I’m sure that we the public don’t have all the information, but what we do know is damning. But you also seem to be the victim of happenstance. It’s clear that the problem extends way beyond your hospital. This could have happened most anywhere in America because of the bureaucracy and culture of our current medical system. So my question is, what are you doing about it? Are you going to remain silent as you have to these reviews, or will you take the bull by the horns? You can still redeem yourselves by spearheading a movement to reform this broken system.

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