North Texas Healthcare System
North Texas Healthcare System is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center that is situated in lovely Dallas, Texas at 4500 South Lancaster Road. Addiction to drugs, alcohol, or any other substance of abuse, can take a toll on the well-being and livelihood of the addict. It's important that these individuals seek professional treatment, guidance, and care in order to safely and successfully beat the addiction. Whether the patient requires inpatient treatment or outpatient treatment, North Texas Healthcare System can provide patients with everything they need to beat addiction.
It's very typical for an addict to believe that they can overcome addiction on their own. Although this idea may seem tangible, going cold turkey is unsafe and more than likely will result in a relapse in the very near future. It's imperative that addicts seek the help of North Texas Healthcare System as patients will receive quality addiction care and treatment methods at North Texas Healthcare System. If addicts do not seek help for drug and alcohol addiction, their future will be unclear. This is because addiction is a degenerative and progressive disease that requires intense, professional treatment in order to conquer.
North Texas Healthcare System can provide patients aged 18+ with unique treatment methods along with compassionate care and guidance. The counselors that work with the patient will be by their side every step of the way, helping to ensure their success in recovery. Every addict is able to overcome their addiction if they want it badly enough, but it does take the professional help of North Texas Healthcare System in order to get to the level of sustained sobriety.
Through deciphering the core reasons why the patient uses drugs and alcohol as an escape will help counselors to better create a treatment program that works for them. A tailor-made approach to recovery is what patients will receive when they enter North Texas Healthcare System and this is believed to be the best way to treat addiction.
If patients are truly ready to overcome their addiction and begin a new happy and content life than they will succeed in recovery. They must be in that mindset, though, in order to achieve lasting sobriety. Visit North Texas Healthcare System online now at www.northtexas.va.gov/ and recognize how quality treatment can change one's life for the better.
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
5.0 2 months ago
This hospital is way better than Harris Methodist in Dallas!!!! Staff is usually pretty nice and the veterans there are good company.
5.0 2 months ago
I've never been admitted for overnight, but Tx Vet Ctr helped me a lot, clinic 10A, Xray, and ID personnel was really nice, the lab work team, Records & pharmacy team was fairly quick considering # of ppl ahead of me. The doctor was courteous and fast. I have enjoyed the ppl each time I have visited. The chiropractor and physical therapy people have served me very well. It's all about the attitude you take into the place. If you go in with a positive attitude and speaking to people it makes you experience much better.
3.0 3 months ago
I transferred to this location earlier this year. I was a part of the East Coast system at that time. This facility seems to be always super busy and crowded. The pharmacy line is nothing to be a part of at any time. The parking here is a competition sport on any day of the week at just about any time of day operation. I have been in the poly truma unit, orthopedic unit, pharmacy unit, and the store location here so far as I was continuing treatment from the other unit.
3.0 3 months ago
I agree with other reviews parking is a major problem. The problem is the parking designated for Veterans and Guests are taken by employees. When trying to help correct the problem by going to the Admin office you are told there is nothing they can do and point out many of the employees are Veterans too. Yes, but they are not there for an appointment. You would think they realized it was for Veterans that are coming for care or an appointment. The picture is a typical waiting for a simple blood draw. "Take a number". While waiting you can watch TV, but it becomes stressful to watch CNN that continues to disrespect our President. Then Obama t-shirts also meant to disrespect our President. I appreciate our VA, and understand there is to many employees who feel a Veteran is an object not a person needing care. Their job is protected, which is bad for Veterans looking for quality care. I must say my comments are my own, and they rare not meant to reflect on the good ones, and there are several good ones. A Veteran just has to find out who.
5.0 4 months ago
My brother is a homeless vet who was in need of medical attention after hurricane Harvey wiped him out. I contacted the hospital when I saw his condition and they invited us out to the emergency room where they gave him the medical attention he needed. they have held him there in hopes of finding him a place to live. Thank you to the staff for taking care of my brother you have done more for him then was ever expected.
3.0 6 months ago
Eye Clinic visits take three hours. Today the check in computers are not working. The checking in line is 15 plus people deep.
5.0 7 months ago
I arrived about 1645 and was seen by triage nurse about 1710. Soon after I was taken into ER about 1733. Was told that Monday's were usually very busy but I don't feel I waited long. The waiti g room was clean and the er itself didn't seem like it had enough room for beds. My ER Dr. Ivanski was awesome 1st time I met a doc with a sense of humor. We nurse Lisa was just as good at her job. There was no hesitation with getting my labs and ultrasound done. Results came back quick. Meds were administered and surgeons met with me. I was admitted Monday and left Wednesday. Within that time I was well cared for by the staff on the 4th flour, both nurses named Pam, nurse Norma, nurse Camille and an friendly and caring Indian female nurse(forgot her name) Dr Roger Khouri, and Dr Kennard Grey were patient and thorough in explaining my procedure. Although I had to return the following Monday for my surgery because of scheduling, they took excellent care of me and have me much need antibiotics. On the day of surgery they were noting short of extraordinary visiting with me me before and after procedure. Nurse Jeff Christian joined my group of fantastic care takers as well as my anastisologist and recovery. Over all I felt well taken care of THANK YOU.
5.0 8 months ago
Returned to Dallas Va after many years away (1990) in 2013. Friend told me Dallas had completely changed. Was going to outside Health services. Friend was absolutely correct. Treated with respect by every one I came in contact with. 2 week stay in 2014 for colon cancer was very satisfactory. Every Nurse and Dr treated every one with respect. Complete change from past experiences. Have been disabled veteran since 1965, Dallas VA has to be commended for the changes that been made.
3.0 9 months ago
This place is huge and requires a lot of people, now some may have had a bad experience there & I understand that, Parking is a problem because of the high volume of patiences that is understandable and there will by hick-ups in service, I can only tell you about mine, they have treated me for gall stones some 10 years ago and 2 years ago an umbilical hernia, both were satisfactory, as for the parking? yea, a problem they have overflow parking in the gravel area way back to the east of the facility with shuttle buses to take you the rest of the way. For those living in the area, DART does service this, it is right on the DART light rail route if that is any use to anyone.Advice? Get there early, schedule your appointments for early to the Blood lab to get parking and get it over with. I attend their sleep clinic and they did a satisfactory job, I was issued a CPAP machine and it works well and is durable I use it every day.
4.0 10 months ago
Have always taken care of my father. Most clinics are quick. Thank God we only have to come to Dallas for curtain issues. We now go to Plano clinic
5.0 12 months ago
How could I give them any better rating Dr. Lew and the kidney team saved my life,God delivered me to the hospital at the perfect time. If I had been at home and just went to sleep ,I would have most likely never woke up. Thank You to all of my Doctors and Nurses
4.0 12 months ago
I liked the direct manner in which the staff treated everyone. If you are looking for the nice, warm bedside manner you might see your kids get when they go into the hospital then you are going to have a bad time. I also love how this place is right off the Dart blue line. This makes it a lot more simple for me to get there. 03/15/2017 Here are some pointers for those interested: Emergency Care: Fill out a check in form at the counter, give to a attendant behind the window and wait in the area for your name to be called, screamed, yelled. You won't miss it, if they say your name and nobody says anything they will really yell it... they are extremely good at not skipping people. Now, don't expect that when they first call your name that the wait is over, it has only begun - they will bring you back, do vitals, labs etc then ask you to wait back out in the waiting area. It can be a long process but it's actually pretty damn short, relatively speaking. Pharmacy: Once you are in the Pharmacy/Lab area use a kiosk to sign in. At the end of the kiosk sign in process you will get a paper with a number. Go sit inside the pharmacy waiting area (not the lab waiting area) where you can hear the pharmacy staff. They will call your name and ask you about allergies, then you sit and wait until either they call your name again or your name is on one of the prescription ready screens. If your name is on the prescription ready screens, go stand in front of the "Wait here until we call you over" sign. As far as I could tell, the number was a receipt to prove that you signed in but the staff never referred to it.
5.0 1 year ago
I spent 7 days in the Dallas VA Hospital during the Christmas season. The staff was attentive and very knowledgeable. The room and the food were impeccable. Doctor Ahmad Muhammad, Nurse Tech Bettie, and Nurse Amber were able to ensure that my every medical and psychological needs were met; I would like to give them and Nurse Algie a special thank you. This stay was leaps and bounds better than those in the past. Even the ER staff were efficient and acted quickly to deliver swift and critical medical care.
5.0 1 year ago
Great other then no WiFi like they say amazing movie selection but need more books and stuff for kids
5.0 2 years ago
THIS REVIEW STRICTLY IS FOR THE FISHER HOUSE HOUSING: This facility is a godsend. I hadn't ever heard about it, until the folks at the Dallas VA Physical Rehab/Mobility clinic let me know that it is an option. After checking into requirements (pretty simple, ONCE you figure it out; pass on that info to y'all later), from the moment we arrived to the moment we checked out, the entire staff made my wife and I so very comfortable. The facility was, in our opinion, equal to a high 4-star hotel, that I would have paid $100-plus/night. That would be if the Fisher House had a fridge/microwave IN room. They have community kitchen facilities, which works out just fine for their mission, which is to cater to long-term guests. We only stayed one night, and I will do so any time I have a need and they have room. NOTE: In order to get considered for lodging here, you MUST have your VA PCP request and confirm a need exists. Only drawback that we felt was that you do NOT know if you have been approved until the morning of your arrival, so it is imperative that you have another option readily available. But if you do have the opportunity to stay there, you will not regret it!!