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Doctors in Houston, TX 77037, 77037 | UnitedHealthcare - UnitedHealthcare Choice Plus

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1919 North Loop W, Houston, TX 77008
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1631 North Loop West, Houston, TX 77008
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8901 FM 1960 Bypass Road West, Humble, TX 77338
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"First clue: there is a "sign" posted in the patient room that states that if you consent to a physical or other wellness procedure when you come in to be seen for an illness or injury, the office has the right - according to some rules that patients don't know - to charge you for two separate visits. So naturally the first question they ask when they walk in is "Are you going to be getting a physical today?" Say no, or you'll be paying for two visits. Second clue: the nurse (or NP) tried to insist that an EKG be done due to marking of shortness of breath on the questionnaire. No, I am not visiting a regular clinic on a regular appointment for a heart attack. Third clue: The toilet in the patient room didn't work, and a female had urinated in it, and couldn't flush. When I went to blow my nose, there it was. Fourth clue: The restroom is share between two patient rooms on either side, so if you forget to lock both doors, someone can walk in on you while you're in there. Fifth clue: The doctor didn't use any gloves, wash his hands in front of me, or at least sanitize them as he entered the room before touching me or his equipment. When I mentioned it to his nurse, she apparently shared that comment with him, because he very spitefully squirted three doses of sanitizer into his hand, and the excess made a mess on his desk. Maybe it could be construed as slight anxiety at realizing my contagion, but I doubt that was the case. Clue six: Every doctor I've ever seen asks the same basic question when they walk in "What seems to be the problem today?" This doctor's question was "What do you want me to do for you today?" To which I replied "How about I tell you the symptoms, and you give me your recommendation?" If I were a doctor, I wouldn't be visiting one. It's his job to diagnose and treat, not mine. Three stars in recommendation because I've met worse doctors. At least Dr Escobar was friendly and willing to talk to me. Three stars for bedside manner for the same reasons. He was quite friendly once we got past the initial impression of each other. Four stars for the wait time, which was less than 30 minutes total time, from walk in, through paperwork, and all the way to talking to the doctor. "
837 Cypress Creek Parkway, Houston, TX 77090
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