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Just had a day surgery. It went well all the staff were great. Wish I could name them all.Dam good team they showed. Keep up the great work.
My experience with the VA hospital has been very positive. Everyone tries to make your visit as smooth and easy for us veterans. They have come along great lately. Thanks to all that the staff and doctors do, for going the extra mile to help all the veterans and their families.
Veterans Hospital Michael E DeBakey I've been making delivery here for the last past two years every time I go there people are Pleasant very professional and get you unloaded as quick as possible and if you get a chance walking to the hospital kind of unique place they're always taking care of the veterans great job thank you
The VA Michael DeBakey Hospital in Houston is one of the worst veteran hospitals I have had the misfortune to experience. The way they treat veterans is deplorable, the security officers and Hospital police officers are rude and disrespectful to patients who are disabled and the medical administration staff do not take accountability when they make mistakes when scheduling appointments wasting patients time and not addressing patients when they are in pain. This is like the County Hospital! I hope the current federal administration oversees the incompetence of these hospitals and terminate staff who do not exhibit professionalism and provide customer service. We need people in the Health department that actually care about patients and not staff that only sits at a desk to collect a paycheck. All VA hospitals need to assess their admin staff and dismiss those that are not meeting expectations.
The Halls of Heroes in Houston,TX is a place to share your pride as a U.S. veteran with others that brings about different emotions that aren’t regular or normal in most anyones ‘s life. And so Many emotions have been experienced or evoked over the many years of visits to this Medical Center. “Many more, I am speculating about all those masses, since ‘from the conversion of the old Houston Navy Hospital to the Veterans Administration Hospital’, on April 15, 1949.”
As the descriptively signed George H.W. Bush letter points out in detail, about the hospitals‘ namesake and is displayed on the wall proudly, beyond the first group of elevators, passed the main lobby: “Dr. DeBakey has served his fellowman his entire life, but his military service to our country and his invaluable contributions to veteran health care frequently go unrecognized.”
“Serving with the Surgeon General’s Office during World War II, Col. DeBakey developed the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (M.A.S.H.) Unit for treating battlefield casualties, significantly reducing the fatality rate for the wounded. At the end of the war, he recommended the creation of specialized medical centers in different areas of the United States to treat wounded military personnel returning from war. From that recommendation evolved the Veterans Affairs Medical Center System.”