Medina Regional Hospital

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3100 AVENUE E, HONDO, TX 78861 USA

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3100 AVENUE E, HONDO, TX 78861 USA

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3 out of 5 stars

Bryan Marsh
Bryan Marsh

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

This is the best hospital I've ever been to! Dr. Kingdom and the staff were very courteous and quick with their diagnosis! I would give them 10 stars if i could!

Victor Sanchez
Victor Sanchez

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Our nurse troy did a great job was very fast and right to the point and answered any and all our questions And dr kingdon was there help and was very kind to my family. I had no worries knowing my daughter was in good hands. Thank you hospital and staff.

Vanessa Morales
Vanessa Morales

5 out of 5 stars

posted 11 months ago

Such a lovely, little hospital... all the caregivers were warm and kind. Glad my family has access to such a great place for all of our medical needs!

Charity Leaming
Charity Leaming

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

The nurse Andy and Dr Meyer were more than helpful . they bent over backwards to help my husband . thank you for the GREAT JOB. 12 - 28 - 2018

summer gregory
summer gregory

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

had a bad experience here with my mom and brother. My 17 year old brother had a seizure in the car on our way from Bandera to visit family (he’s never had a seizure in his life, my mom was extremely scared). When in the room waiting for a doctor, the nurse is was chatting VERY loudly next door for a long time, meanwhile my brother is scared to death, he’s frozen and too anxious to talk.. he’s pale in the face.. they told him nothing was wrong, didn’t talk to them much. Before leaving my mom asked the nurse if the doctor would give my little brother something to calm him down.. I mean he was just convulsing in the car... the nurse responded condescendingly, “no. The doctor won’t give him anything.” This people had bad manner and didn’t seem to care much.