I have been seeking medical services from Bethesda for years ... high blood pressure , diabetes and other various ailments and I have yet to walk away unsatisfied ! The skilled professional at Bethesda are not only kind and caring but genuinely care about each and every person that walks through there door ! For the working class such as myself it is excellent medical services that I can afford and they treat me with respect and are prompt with any follow up services needed ! But most of all they are a God based organization that not only tends to your physical needs but spiritual needs as well ! I never thought I would ever have a doctor pray with me during my appointment ,,, but he did !! A calmness surrounded me and I felt safe and assured . I thank the Lord for Bethesda and each and every person involved with this facility ! Thank You Bethesda !
I don't have healthcare and I am under-employed because of chronic health issues. I have gone to Bethesda in the past for high blood pressure, a broken ankle, a knee injury, and minor surgery (to have 3 growths removed). I was so relieved and grateful to get care. By the time I left I felt truly loved! The nurses are so kind and caring, and the doctors are wonderful and take time with you to hear your whole complaint! I am hard to please, but I can't deny that it would appear that this place is full of people who really care and like what they are doing! The waiting room is spotless and comfortable and check in is so user-friendly. Most waits are around 30 minutes to an hour. I love the low cost. It is the real affordable health care for people like me! I was amazed to hear that many of the professionals there are actually volunteering their time there to help others. What a wonderful place! Every city should have a Bethesda Health Clinic! It would help so many people. When my life was falling apart financially, I still was able to go to Bethesda for health care and was treated with respect . It was nice to know that someone valued me when I was feeling so bad! Bethesda is a model of sorts for what can be done to serve the medically under served who slip through the cracks.
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I was handled very poorly and in a degrading way. I needed very specific and short term help. Didn't happen. Beyond rude.
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