Located in Abilene, Texas, Abilene Regional Medical Center offers treatment for Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction. The addiction specialists at this multi-licensed treatment facility administers a comprehensive assessment to their patients in order to determine the best course of action for their treatment plan. Abilene Regional Medical Center generally offers treatment options (such as Counseling) that are customized to suit the patients' needs.
In some of these treatment options, addicts are taught to develop coping skills so that they can learn to deal with any situation that comes their way without resorting to drugs or alcohol as a means for a temporary escape. It is within these specific coping skills that will help to ensure the success of an addict's recovery.
You may contact Abilene Regional Medical Center using their website at www.abileneregional.com to learn more about the treatment services that they offer, as well as more information on their accepted insurances, which include: Most Insurances.
This is my second time to visit the womens center at Regional. The ladies at the front, Sherry and the other lady, Were so super sweet and it continued into each patient who arrived after me. These ladies are so amazing and the reason I chose to come back to this location a second time!!!!!!!!!!
I want to shout out a Thank You to all the wonderful caregivers at Abilene Regional Medical Center! The diagnosis ,care and treatment during my stay in the ER/ Hospital for a Pulmonary Embolism was outstanding, professional and compassionate. I’m back home now on the mend with a great appreciation for all that took such great care of me....Thank You Again!
Awesome facility! Friendly staff and welcoming volunteers. Only hospital in town I will go to.
Super fast, friendly, and smart. They resolved my issue and I was in and out in under 30 mins.
There seems to be a city battle between hospitals. I've had great care at Abilene regional hospital or Hendrick hospital. There is an on going issue with billing. Many hospitals and clinics say they accept all sorts of insurance policies, but what the insurance pays for maybe 2 separate issues. I would recommend asking your doctor if the procedure they are getting ready to perform will be accepted or paid for by your insurance policy or whether or not you need to seek a second opinion. There is a derogatory communication between staff members and the hospital which they work, I guarantee that same issue exist within all 3 major hospitals in the area. You will still recieve great medical care here from MRI, to an injection. All these personal have their medical licenses and credentials on the line, don't think for a second they are not giving you their best. There are awesome people at Abilene regional hospital who want to make a difference in your life by making you better. The hospital has a very large facility with many open offices 40-60 vacancy. How and why the owners of Abilene regional hospital is not utilizing full resources is none of my business. From a personal perspective the management of the hospital needs an overhaul but the people who work there, can bring you an awesome experience.
My wife recently gave birth here on the 23rd of December. Dr. Garner was our doctor and she is amazing as well as all of the nurses that helped us. Everyone was especially helpful and seemed to be all smiles even though they were working on Christmas Eve to take care of my wife. Thanks everyone I greatly appreciate you!!
My Father was recently hospitalized for 3 weeks in the Progressive Care Unit (PCU).. He received the greatest care anyone could ever possibly imagine; His Doctors & Surgeon called me personally after Dad's surgery, as I live in another city and was unable to be there. The wonderful Nursing team were efficient, dedicated, pleasant and ABSOLUTELY accommodating, in making sure that I remained apprised of all medications/procedures that Dad was being given.. Also, to ensure getting the phone to him when I called. I am most thankful to Abilene Regional Medical Center for the VIP treatment given my Dad.. Which is how ANYONE of us would hope to, and should be treated. Thank you!
My 90 year-old father-in-law was a patient on the 5th floor for the last three weeks of his life. He was treated with kindness and compassion by all of the nurses and administrators he encountered. We cannot speak highly enough about the treatment he received.