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The medical care at Texas Health Resources Stephenville has been excellent each and every time we have been treated there. The facility is exceptionally clean and comfortable. Physicians, Nursing, Lab and Surgical staff are very knowledgeable and highly trained, compassionate, kind and very aware of the patients privacy. Surgical suites, emergency rooms, radiology and laboratory are state of the art. The Hospital Axillary provides assistance as needed. The cafeteria serves good healthy food. There is sufficient parking. I feel the citizens of Erath County and surrounding towns are very fortunate to have this hospital.
My wife had surgery here and I couldn't believe the care she got. Everyone was like family to us. They treated both of us with so much care and respect it was great.
My husband was hospitalized for 3 days this past week for knee replacement surgery. We have no complaints at all regarding the surgical team, the nursing staff on the second floor and the rehab/physical therapy. The staff was very competent, informative and caring to the extra mile.
If you go to college in Stephenville and something happens go to any other hospital but here. There are two cases where the treatment from the nurses and doctor were horrible, both happening my Freshman year in 2017/2018. The worst of them being the First incident which occurred around November/December of 2017. I went into the ER having a sharp pain in my abdomen, and barely being able to stand. I was rushed in by a close friend around midnight, filled out paperwork, sat down and instantly couldn’t see straight, and couldn’t get comfortable. My friend told the front desk that we needed a room and needed to be seen immediately. Almost an hour and a half later we were able to get a room, me being in more pain than when I walked in. An hour goes by, it’s now almost 3:00 am, and we haven’t seen or heard from a nurse. My friend has to go outside and get someone to come in and get me a blanket and ask when we would be seen. “The doctor is very busy tonight he’ll be here when he’s done seeing the other patients.” 20 minutes go by he comes in and informs me about the 3 test that we’d have to do in order to see what’s wrong with me. So 3 hours later, the doctor is not able to figure out what’s wrong with me. He recommends the best solution of being transferred to Fort Worth, over an hour and a half away, in a ambulance. I tell him that’s not an option because I don’t have the money. He then proceeds to tell me that I would have to make an decision of being transferred to a better Emergency Room, or stay a couple days in order for them to run more tests. I decided to stay a 2 days, which was not the best idea. The nurses and doctor himself were standing outside of my room eating, laughing, and having a good time, before putting my papers in to get me a room upstairs. It’s almost 8 in the morning before I get into a room, no sleep, 3 friends were nice enough to take turns being with me, because hospitals alone are not fun. I finally get to my room, get about 30 minutes of sleep before being woken up to be poked by needles. STILL NOT KNOWING WHATS WRING WITH ME. The pain is fluctuating at this point going from a 9 to a 4 and back up and down. Long story short I cut my stay short, still not knowing what was wrong because after a long night of tests and being poked by needles I was done, and took my chances, risking my own life just to be out and away from that hospital and the bad, unprofessional, care of the staff there! Only to be back there for a completely different reason in the weeks following, and the care was just as bad! Don’t go here!
They didn't help me any. Whenthey asked if the medicine they gave me helped I told them no and they said they were sorry and gave me discharge paperwork. Charged me 2700 for no help.