North Hills Hospital

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4401 BOOTH CALLOWAY ROAD, NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TX 76180 USA

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(817) 255-1000
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4401 BOOTH CALLOWAY ROAD, NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TX 76180 USA

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Medical City North Hills
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2.9 out of 5 stars

Jack Tucker
Jack Tucker

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

From the moment I enter the ER the staff was professional, attentive, and timely. The staff and the facilities were superb addressing the symptoms and situation that had brought me in to the hospital. I especially appreciate and applaud how they asked questions and listened to my responses. I was very confident with their diagnosis and recommendations.

Krystal Castillo
Krystal Castillo

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Jordan and T.M. Took good care of me. The doctor and all staff was very attentive the whole time I was there and made me feel comfortable (even though I felt like dying). So grateful for them!

jodie utter
jodie utter

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Each time we have come to medical city north hills, we have had a good experience. My wife has been ill the past year and we've had to go to the hospital several times. The staff has been knowledgeable and caring. On the one rare occasion I didn't care for the hospitalist we were able to be reassigned to another doctor without any issue. I can't say enough about the professionalism and kindness we experienced during very difficult circumstances.

Tammy  Vu
Tammy Vu

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

My mom had to come in their ER because she hammered her finger. The tip of the finger was broken and bleeding. The ER room was this long corridor with about 15 chairs which were filled of people. I checked her in using their automated system because there was no nurse in the front desk. A male nurse walked out looked at me and walked away. There’s only one triage room, appearance which had a family with a little mid inside. The doctor who was treating looked outside, walked out, coughed, and mind you, there was a sign which said “cover your cough” but because be was doctor, so he didn’t. Two coughs, 5 6 spews of phlegm flew out. He looked up saw us watching, walked inside maybe to wipe his mouth, walked back out with 5 6 stickers on his hand, walked up to us asking what is my mom’s last name. I thought she would be looked at. No. Dude walked around and asked everyone the same. Looked at one guy’s hand and assured him he’ll be looked at soon. The room was lacked of ac. It was hot and humid with all these people, and I can imagine the germs are spreading much faster in this room than a garage. We left, because I didn’t know how much more blood my mom needed to shed before someone decided it was a real emergency. And I didn’t really want to catch anything or her catching anything else in that heated room. Please DO NOT GO TO THIS HOSPITAL if you value your life.
And please don't insult my intelligence, he introduced himself as a doctor. I was looking for another hospital to bring my mom into so I didn't catch his name.

Julie Frohner
Julie Frohner

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

If you’re intent on dying this is the place to go. The place was busy when I got there. The jackwagon behind the desk was rude and dismissive. I told them I had profuse sweating, dizziness, almost passed out twice at the grocery store, a headache, diagnosed with a URI but it seemed to be getting much worse, couldn’t breathe, fuzzy/tingling all over and in pain. 5 hours later there there was a whole new waiting room full of people and I was NEVER seen. They place zero concern for anybody. The only remotely good thing was the X-ray tech. She warm, sweet and caring.