Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas

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8200 WALNUT HILL LANE, DALLAS, TX 75231 USA

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(214) 345-6789
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8200 WALNUT HILL LANE, DALLAS, TX 75231 USA

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Consumer feedback about Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas

Stella
Stella

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

My husband had spine surgery and had to stay in ICU for one night. His nurse Evan was absolutely brilliant! He was extremely considerate, efficient and professional. His upbeat attitude was amazing and most appreciated. His night nurse Vie also went above and beyond and had a great attitude. I cannot express my gratitude enough for such a wonderful and respectful staff. You guys rock!!

Blanca Quiroz
Blanca Quiroz

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I was rear ended last Thursday morning and ended up here by lunch due to the pain on my back from the impact. I have been to the E/R a few times when my little one's have that scary fever but this was my first time here at this E/R (getting seen for myself) and I just want to recommend everyone here. Here I was thinking I was going to be here a good 2+ hours but I was in and out within the hour! The level of service I received was beyond 5 stars!! I honestly felt like I was well taken care of and my needs were beyond met. I wish I could give a shout out to the staff I interacted with but I was not feeling my best and if they do read this I just want to say Thank you for what you do and for making me feel good when I was feeling very sh*tty.

cl dorries
cl dorries

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

My husband was admitted to the ER last week. The ER doctors, nurses, and the staff was exceptional. He was transferred to Hammon 3rd floor ICU. The nurses, chaplains and support staff was exceptional. I only wish I could say the say about the ”hospitalist” doctors. They were very rude! In fact, one doctor told me I had to remove my husband from life-support more than once. He said ” your husband I consider dead and I need his bed for the living.
Family and friends were there when he made this statement to me.
He made a difficult situation unbearable.
Cynthia

Mimi tami
Mimi tami

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

If I could rate this hospital a zero I would, it was the most painful and stressful experience delivering my first child there. It has been 9 months since delivering my son and I still remember my horrific experience at this hospital. If you are delivering here I would highly suggest considering other hospitals. After delivering my baby, the nurses could care less about the pain I was in, they wanted me get up right away even though I explained to them many times that I was in extreme pain. They could care less and told me “ this happens during pregnancy you have to get up and walk”. I was unable to change the babies diaper or do anything after giving birth, when I asked for assistance one of the nurses stated “your going to have get up and do this yourself so you can learn”. They made me feel like I was a burden on them. When I asked for more pads after finishing the ones in the restroom, they gave me an attitude about giving me more. They told me that I was using them too quickly.
They huffed and puffed any time I asked them for any assistance for the baby or getting help adjusting my bed and walking to the bathroom. Anytime I would press the button they would take at least 20 mins to come. No matter how impressed you are with the doctor at the hospital do not let that distract you from miserable you would be during the most important time of your life your birthing experience. The nurses are rude, and act like your a burden because they don’t want to be there. After my delivery I was left in so much emotional pain and stress dealing with negligent nurses that I was exhausted and depressed once I returned home. still feel so much regret for choosing this hospital even after 9 months that I was treated the way I was on what was suppose to be the best day of my life. I’m writing this review to inform other moms so they don’t make the same mistake I made. Please please please choose any other hospital for your birth except this one.

Robert Powell
Robert Powell

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

All the staff is great in the ER but the ER doctor I had was the worst I've ever seen, I wouldn't go to this hospital again if my life depended on it, and it did, I was released AMA on a blank piece of paper, nothing filled out, just my signature, I asked the nurse why nothing is checked or filled out or even dated ? She said she would fill it out later, your just a number or a statistic at Presbyterian nothing else, this could be a very long statement but No one cares, so no sense in going into the real details !

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