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ER DOC show details ER DOC
Aug 12th, 2012

Arrived in the ED and was quickly seen and evaluated and luckily was told nothing was seriously wrong...put mind to ease

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Dr. O'Brian saved my life with a QUICK diagnosis in the ER show details Dr. O'Brian saved my life with a QUICK diagnosis in the ER
Apr 17th, 2011

I was rushed into the emergency room violently ill with a large red splotch on my right arm. Dr. O'Brian took one look & knew EXACTLY what was wrong. . .I had cellulitous (a serious bacterial infection) on my right arm. Tests quickly confirmed the diagnosis. The time element saved my arm and possibly my life. I have lymphedima in that arm from breast cancer surgery. ANY infection in my right arm can cause me to loose my arm or my life. Thank you, Dr. O'Brian. My God keep you safe and well. Sue Hooker

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Recent Patient - December 2009 - Conroe Regional show details Recent Patient - December 2009 - Conroe Regional
by Concerned Patient and Family - Conroe Texas on Jan 27th, 2010

This isn't the 1st time we have had concerns about care at /Conroe Regional Emergency - Brought my wife in to the Emergency Room with severe Diarrhea / low blood pressure and dehydrated. She is on Kidney Dialysis and was also going thru a desentization process to prepare her body for a Kidney Transplant - He wasn't even going to do a blood test until my wife pretty much insisted since her Dialysis nurse had told her that her blood had been dropping and she suspected it had dropped further. Bottom Line is that I ended up bringing her into Methodist Hospital Houston the following morning and they immediately admitted her. She had to have a blood transfusion, diagnosed a bleeding ulcer as well as other damage to her stomach and esophagus.

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