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Jesse Mitchell

9 August 2018

Room sticker Monday night WAS grk Carney see rtttgtti824th 5retort I'm here iu6rqt.

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Johanna Gonzalez Gonzalez

9 August 2018

Like been in angles hands that God had sent
Feeling better every day

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Adell Davis

9 August 2018

BEEN HERE FOR 4 fau and I live it the .nurses and aids.are great!!!The food is okay. Couldn't ask for a better place..

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Penny Clampet

9 August 2018

Didn't think a place like this existed. Thank God for everything. Next best place to home. Rehab is working for me as well as physical therapy & Occupational Therapy. Pleasant efficient Healthcare workers..Food is good. THANK YOU HEALTHCARE SOUTH in BEDFORD TX More...

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Ana Salazar

9 August 2018

My sister is in good hands it's clean.
Staff great, love this place, plus they offer free training for family members so it's easier when you go home❤️❤️
Thank You!!!

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Candess Bass Watson

9 August 2018

If you have to be in a rehab facility, this has to be the best. The nursing staff, Drs, therapists are all top-notch. The atmosphere of healing is phenomenal. I have nothing negative to say whatsoever. More...

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Aaron Lopez

9 August 2018

I've worked at this Acute inpatient rehab hospital for 4+ years now and hands down can't say enough positive! Many lives have been changed here. There are truly 2 levels of rehabilitation care: ACUTE REHABILITATION and a SKILLED level of rehabilitation. If you don't know the difference I would strongly encourage folks to ask a therapist. Both levels of care do an excellent job for the right patient! Knowledge is powerful and questions are welcomed! The goal at an ACUTE Rehabilitation hospitals efforts 100% of the time is to discharge to the community. The national average is successful at this about 72% of the time! This particular hospital is closer to 80% and is in the top 10% in the entire nation for acute rehab hospitals that measures outcomes via RDS data. Hats off love this place!! Would strongly encourage a tour before making any decision in the mid-cities. More...

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