I just left the emergency room and going in I was skeptical, mainly because I had read the other reviews. I am so glad I didn't feed into the negativity and decided to judge for myself. Dawn was my nurse and so pleasant and patient with me. I also was seen by Dr Juan? spelling may be incorrect but also very nice. I learned what my mother had already taught me, never assume you know based on the opinions of others, judge for yourself. Great advice momma R.I.P and thank you. I am still listening :)
Also the Dr. can really rock a handlebar mustache!
The other day my 16 month old son needed to be seen here. The nurses gave him a stuffed monkey and were so sweet. The doctor that saw William was thorough and communicated well. This was our third experience here in the last three years, and all of our visits have gone well.
Horrible experience. Unfriendly staff. Extremely long wait and when you finally see someone they rush you and don’t take the time to really talk to you and explain anything.
I was rear ended severely a while back. At first, I didn't notice anything wrong. Later that night, my right eye had a shadow-like film over it. I didn't think anything about it at first. Later that week, I notice my vision was decreasing. I was half blind in my right eye. I went to my eye doctor. After a check-up, he said my retina was partially detached. And, had I waited a week or so longer, I would've have gone permanently blind in that eye. I got an appointment at the Callahan Eye Foundation.
The doctors, nurses and receptionist were very nice. The surgeon did a fantastic job reattaching my retina. The only thing that was a bit frustrating was that gas bubble. But, it kept pressure on my retina. Now, my vision in the right eye was like it was before the accident.
If you have a problem with your eyes that a regular eye doctor can't treat, then I highly recommend the Callahan Eye Foundation.
The staff here is amazing! My husband has eye issues and we have been treated very well here by all of the Doctor's and staff.