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When I joined as volunteer or intern said its okay that i can learn the work even i don't have work experience, I have master degree from india,even though there is politics they not giving time to understand but expect more immediate answer like expert in just a month of joining without actually helping me doing work but they help student who came as intern. They don't help mom who is trying to get excited to learn something new
My dad my husband everyone treated me bad I cried for many months I felt shame because of this.
After breaking my ankle in Guanaja (Honduras Bay Islands), my Travel Insurer sent me to Dallas Medical Center. Arriving on a Sunday, I was quickly checked out and an operation was performed the very next morning. The professionalism and friendliness of the staff was exceptional. My recovery was tremendous and I feel very lucky to have been sent to this Medical Center.
I would like to give this hospital a better rating due to some friendly staff (Insey, Keyonia, and Maria) but I must properly inform the public. The procedure I had has gone well so far, but I would not have gone through with the operation if another well known surgeon did not assist. Your experience depends on your initiative to get things done. There seemed to be too many inexperienced nursing staff for my comfort, as I had two Registered Nurses blow my veins when attempting to start a new IV. The environment was bit unprofessional for my taste. It is a much older hospital that needs a lot of TLC with regards to maintenance and cleaning. Unfortunately, like any other practice, you will meet those physicians who are not personable at all. I would have rather gone to a hospital where the environment was a bit more comfortable and welcoming. My bad experience is really speaking to the Day Surgery Department.
I brought my fiancé here about a month an a half ago and I ended up having to bring her to another hospital to save her life. She had a serious blood infection that was causing hives, rashes and her organs to not function properly, but the ER doctor refused to examine her and discharged her with a prescription to basically Benadryl. Again I had to bring her to another hospital to save her life. The other hospital actually did bloodwork and found the infection, admitted her and saved her life. Not Dallas Medical Center thought, they took her blood but all she got was a handful of testicles as the phlebotomist shoved her hand between his legs to take her blood. Do yourself and your loved ones a favor, take them somewhere else because this place will let you or your family member die.
After you read all the other awful reviews of this establishment, read about Christopher Duntsch and the Dallas Medical Center's inability to report him for seriously maiming or murdering patients. The hospitals (there are multiple) complicit in these acts displayed a blatant disrespect for public safety. Everyone should know.