Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano
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6200 W PARKER RD, PLANO, TX 75093 USA

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6200 W PARKER RD, PLANO, TX 75093 USA

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(972) 981-8000

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Walter Beck
Walter Beck

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I came to the hospital experiencing a severe headache. Prior to leaving the house, my blood pressure was 156/114 and when retaking it thirty minutes later , it was 159/111. I came here to ER and at triage it was 186/111. I was informed that it was busy but once there was a room, they would see me. It has not been two hours and ten minutes since triage and I have yet to be called. I can understand that due to my not knowing how busy they are in the back. However I find it extremely unacceptable that no one has rechecked my blood pressure. I returned to desk to ask if there was any paperwork needed by me and was informed that although no one could make me stay here, she would suggest that I stay. I am nauseous and in severe pain. This use to be a very good place, however my last couple of experiences have been horrible.

LISS MADEJA
LISS MADEJA

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I gave birth to my daughter in 2017. During labor, my consent forms were given to a parent in the delivery room. I was reading through the first few papers to sign and I was unable to read all but a few papers before they handed them off to be signed by my parent that I did NOT consent for myself. My guesses are because I wanted to know what I was going to be signing before doing so and was taking too long. I had 5 hours to sign what was needed and they barely gave me a chance to do that. I had started seeing my obgyn Angela Watson at about 4 or 5 months pregnant. She waited literally until I was giving birth to tell me i could not take any photos or videos when she had many months to do so before hand. She ruined a very memorable moment in my life that I will never get back. I would have changed my doctor long before hand if I knew I wouldn't be allowed to video or take pictures during birth. Then to add on to all of it the nurses were treating me like I couldn't take care of my daughter and they had the right to tell me what I could and could not do, which I find extremely disrespectful weather I was a first time mother or not. It was my child, you can give me advice I am all for that. But to demand me of certain things like they own my child and can tell me what to do? I will never be going back there again and I'm still pretty upset about everything that went on with my first time delivery. It was a upsetting experience and I will make sure to carefully choose my next doctor and hospital for my future pregnancies.

Gwenna Smith
Gwenna Smith

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I gave birth here in April on a Saturday. Highly recommend this place if you're looking for a hospital to deliver! You can definitely tell that the nurses who work here love their job. We had a lot of nurses tend to me and my baby throughout our stay and all of them were wonderful.

Kevin Palm
Kevin Palm

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I was transported by ambulance to this facility. My stay throughout the night mostly just consisted of me by myself in the room with no doctor coming in or nurses. The doctor that did see me was incredibly rude and arrogant. The doctor even seemed to take joy in my pain. The best part of the whole experience was when I was discharged they had lost my wallet and keys. They could find one bag of mine which had my pants and shirt in it and I guess they could not find the other bag which had my shoes, my wallet, and my keys. So I've had to go through the hassle of getting a new drivers license, new credit cards, new debit card, new social security card, and new keys for my house. Thanks Texas Health.

christiana george
christiana george

3 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

My daughter just had a baby and US Anesthesia gave a bill 0f 8000 dollars now discounted to 3000 if I pay cash.i offered to pay 1500 but was turned down. What is so surprising was that this was a normal delivery that lasted only 12 hours. we got prior information as to all other charges. why not this one? Should one not have an idea as to what epidoria will cost before administering it to the patient. Am really disappointed that this christian hospital will put us through this experience. How can I settle such a huge bill for a normal delivery after paying over 15000 dollars for other services. Am in a financial nightmare. because of this.