Sherif Y Hanna MD and Medical Associates of North Texas in Bedford, Texas In Our Opinion Boycott Them

In our opinion you should boycott Medical Associates of North Texas in Bedford until Dr. Sherrif  Hanna decides to correct the marriage he has caused to break up by him not looking into the background, and patient reviews of Cathal Grant before reffering Kathy to him which by Cathal Grant putting Kathy on Cymbalta a drug know to cause personality reversal, and being well informed by Kathy’s husband who because he did noting about the issue was attacked caused injury and a marrage break and divorce. In our opinion Dr. Sherrif  Hanna is to be held responsible for his no action and as one person put it “theives protecting  theives attitude” when he could have stopped this by simply going to Cathal Grant and having Kathy then and now removed from Cymbalta and doing everything in his power to restore the marrage that had never been in trouble to begin with. In our opinion how can he go home at night to his wife Nancy and baby boy and sleep at night knowing his has caused so much missery to such a happy couple and distroyed  the happy 25 year marriage. In my opinion ask would you like to see a doctor who cared for his patients like this, and covers for another doctor like this, how would you feel if you was in Kathy’s husband’s place and hand done nothing to diserve this and Dr. Hanna cared nothing about undoing the harm  he had done to you and  if the roles was reversed and this was done you Dr. Hanna and your wife Nancy, how would you feel, and,would you go to this doctor or practice?

In our opinion the following artical describes Dr. Hanna quite well:

Ethic Soup_ Doctors’ Code of Silence_ Many Keep Mum on Colleagues’ Incompete

In our Opinoin would Dr. Hanna if he saw these statements he missed by not checking out Cathal Grant sent Kathy to Cathal Grant, Kathy’s husband is paying the price for Dr. Hanna’s lack of quality checking out Cathal Grant, and he does not care:

Saw the nurse practitioner more than the doctor(Cathal Grant),I told the doctor (Cathal Grant) on several occasions that Abilify was making me depressed and feeling worse, they continued my dosage and increased it even. At my lowest doctor(Cathal Grant), referred me to Springwood hospital, while my stay there, I realized that half the patients that were there were patients of Dr. Grant’s. I changed doctors, and recommend the same.”

The Invisible Psychiatrist
I am a patient in Dr. Grant’s practice. I have been for four years now. I have never met him. From the beginning I have been seen by a family nurse practioner who I like. I have gotten better under her care, but she and her associates are simply there to monitor medications and write prescriptions. They are consistently late in seeing me, normally at least 30 minutes. I have on, on three occasions, had to leave after 45 minutes without being seen. Patient visits are intended to take fifteen minutes or less; how do you feel, does this combination of medication seem to be working for you, do you need any prescriptions for refills. Any time you need over what was allotted is allowed without question, but even one minute makes the nurse practioner run late. As the day progresses, it get progressively worse. I try to schedule the first appointment after lunch. But, on the other hand, if I am a no show, they never charge contrary to the many signs in the waiting room. Considering the volume of patients I did not understand the logic when the practice began closing on Fridays. Packing a full 5 days’ worth of patients into four days makes the wait longer and appears greedy somehow. Cathal wants to eat his cake and have it too. But, at the expense of his patients. My provider is excellent about returning messages. But, if you miss the call, there is no way to call back. And, they do not call again. You have to wait until the next business day and leave another message, then sit by the phone from about 05:15 PM- 06:15 PM. If you call on Thursday and miss the call back, you are out of luck until Monday. They have established a hot line for refills which is ineffective. I was about to run out of one of my meds, so I called the number and specifically stated I needed a one week supply because my refill was delayed from the mail in pharmacy. The message was sent to the office which faxed an Rx not to my local druggist, but to the mail in pharmacy. Anything out of the ordinary is baffling to the practioner. For example, Family Medical Leave Act paperwork. I presented the documents and was asked if she could just write a note instead! I work for a huge company, she know it, but had to tell her I was not 8 and in elementary school. The paperwork was submitted twice and rejected twice simply because of missing information and because Dr. Grant did not sign the papers himself, a requirement! I like the care I receive. Drugs have been extremely effective over the years, so I just want my drugs and to be on my way. I am allowed to say exactly how I feel and participate in deciding about changes in my regime. I have no problem with the idea that I will be on some kind of medication for the rest of my life. There are patients and providers who feel obligated to wean off some drugs, like Xanax fearing addiction. I do not share in those concerns and do not care if I am addicted or not. How would I know? I always take my medications as prescribed. That is sort of how it is all supposed to work And, I feel good. What more is there to it? It could be better, yes. My overall rating is more like a 2 3/4 stars than 2. How this FMLA certification scenario plays out will make a huge difference. I’ll be back. 

I have reported them to the State of Texas for their “cattle call” ways and negligence. BEWARE

My son and I saw this doctor and his nurse practitioners for over 2 years. His office was the rudest office I have ever seen in my entire life. In over 30 days they never returned a call to my pharmacist or insurance company, nor did they return my calls. I have reported them to the State of Texas for their “cattle call” ways and negligence. BEWARE.

 

CATHAL WHO??

Never met the man (may be a woman) only met his PAs. Weight 30 min. to set with PA just long enough for them to push some pills – write the scripts and out the door… They process people like Tyson processes chicken.

Found  out Most of  Patients in Springwood hospital was Grant’s

Saw the nurse practitioner more than the doctor, I told the doctor on several occasions that Abilify was making me depressed and feeling worse, they continued my dosage and increased it even. At my lowest doctor referred me to Springwood hospital, while my stay there, I realized that half the patients that were there were patients of Dr. Grant’s. I changed doctors, and recommend the same.”

He is out to make the money and it is apparent the way patients are herded through the practice with no regard for the patient’s needs.

We found out that he gets paid to speak for almost every drug company out there, even if the drugs are competitors. He is out to make the money and it is apparent the way patients are herded through the practice with no regard for the patient’s needs. Beware if he tries to prescribe you a “new” drug on the market, it probably means they are paying him now. 

In our opinion we should not forget what another patient said:  ”You don’t have to be a good doctor in order to be a successful doctor. Cathal is proof of that. ” enough said: 

In our opinion Dr. Hanna you need to fix what you have broken, and I believe our reader would agree.

In our opinion you should boycott Medical Associates of North Texas, Bedford, Texas until  Dr. Sherif Y Hanna MD, Bedford, Texas decides to correct the marriage he has caused to break up by him not looking into the background, and patient reviews of  Dr. Cathal P Grant MD, Bedford,Texas before reffering Kathy to him which by Dr. Cathal P Grant MD, Bedford,Texas putting Kathy on Cymbalta a drug know to cause personality reversal, and being well informed by Kathy’s husband who because he did noting about the issue was attacked caused injury and a marrage break and divorce. In our opinion Dr. Sherif Y Hanna MD is to be held responsible for his no action and as one person put it “theives protecting  theives attitude” when he could have stopped this by simply going to Dr. Cathal P Grant MD, Bedford,Texas and having Kathy then and now removed from Cymbalta and doing everything in his power to restore the marrage that had never been in trouble to begin with. In our opinion how can he go home at night to his wife Nancy and baby boy and sleep at night knowing his has caused so much missery to such a happy couple and distroyed  the happy 25 year marriage. In my opinion ask would you like to see a doctor who cared for his patients like this, and covers for another doctor like this, how would you feel if you was in Kathy’s husband’s place and hand done nothing to diserve this and  Dr. Sherif Y Hanna MD, Bedford, Texas cared nothing about undoing the harm  he had done to you and  if the roles was reversed and this was done you Dr. Sherif Y Hanna MD, Bedford, Texas and your wife Nancy, how would you feel, and,would you go to this doctor or practice?

In our Opinoin would Dr. Sherif  Hanna MD, Bedford, Texas if he saw these statements he missed by not checking out Dr. Cathal P Grant MD, Bedford,Texas sent Kathy to Dr. Cathal P Grant MD, Bedford,Texas, Kathy’s husband is paying the price for Dr. Hanna’s lack of quality checking out Dr. Cathal P Grant MD, Bedford,Texas, and he does not care:

Saw the nurse practitioner more than the doctor(Cathal Grant),I told the doctor (Cathal Grant) on several occasions that Abilify was making me depressed and feeling worse, they continued my dosage and increased it even. At my lowest doctor(Cathal Grant), referred me to Springwood hospital, while my stay there, I realized that half the patients that were there were patients of Dr. Grant’s. I changed doctors, and recommend the same.”

The Invisible Psychiatrist
I am a patient in Dr. Grant’s practice. I have been for four years now. I have never met him. From the beginning I have been seen by a family nurse practioner who I like. I have gotten better under her care, but she and her associates are simply there to monitor medications and write prescriptions. They are consistently late in seeing me, normally at least 30 minutes. I have on, on three occasions, had to leave after 45 minutes without being seen. Patient visits are intended to take fifteen minutes or less; how do you feel, does this combination of medication seem to be working for you, do you need any prescriptions for refills. Any time you need over what was allotted is allowed without question, but even one minute makes the nurse practioner run late. As the day progresses, it get progressively worse. I try to schedule the first appointment after lunch. But, on the other hand, if I am a no show, they never charge contrary to the many signs in the waiting room. Considering the volume of patients I did not understand the logic when the practice began closing on Fridays. Packing a full 5 days’ worth of patients into four days makes the wait longer and appears greedy somehow. Cathal wants to eat his cake and have it too. But, at the expense of his patients. My provider is excellent about returning messages. But, if you miss the call, there is no way to call back. And, they do not call again. You have to wait until the next business day and leave another message, then sit by the phone from about 05:15 PM- 06:15 PM. If you call on Thursday and miss the call back, you are out of luck until Monday. They have established a hot line for refills which is ineffective. I was about to run out of one of my meds, so I called the number and specifically stated I needed a one week supply because my refill was delayed from the mail in pharmacy. The message was sent to the office which faxed an Rx not to my local druggist, but to the mail in pharmacy. Anything out of the ordinary is baffling to the practioner. For example, Family Medical Leave Act paperwork. I presented the documents and was asked if she could just write a note instead! I work for a huge company, she know it, but had to tell her I was not 8 and in elementary school. The paperwork was submitted twice and rejected twice simply because of missing information and because Dr. Grant did not sign the papers himself, a requirement! I like the care I receive. Drugs have been extremely effective over the years, so I just want my drugs and to be on my way. I am allowed to say exactly how I feel and participate in deciding about changes in my regime. I have no problem with the idea that I will be on some kind of medication for the rest of my life. There are patients and providers who feel obligated to wean off some drugs, like Xanax fearing addiction. I do not share in those concerns and do not care if I am addicted or not. How would I know? I always take my medications as prescribed. That is sort of how it is all supposed to work And, I feel good. What more is there to it? It could be better, yes. My overall rating is more like a 2 3/4 stars than 2. How this FMLA certification scenario plays out will make a huge difference. I’ll be back. 

I have reported them to the State of Texas for their “cattle call” ways and negligence. BEWARE

My son and I saw this doctor and his nurse practitioners for over 2 years. His office was the rudest office I have ever seen in my entire life. In over 30 days they never returned a call to my pharmacist or insurance company, nor did they return my calls. I have reported them to the State of Texas for their “cattle call” ways and negligence. BEWARE.

 

CATHAL WHO??

Never met the man (may be a woman) only met his PAs. Weight 30 min. to set with PA just long enough for them to push some pills – write the scripts and out the door… They process people like Tyson processes chicken.

Found  out Most of  Patients in Springwood hospital was Grant’s

Saw the nurse practitioner more than the doctor, I told the doctor on several occasions that Abilify was making me depressed and feeling worse, they continued my dosage and increased it even. At my lowest doctor referred me to Springwood hospital, while my stay there, I realized that half the patients that were there were patients of Dr. Grant’s. I changed doctors, and recommend the same.”

He is out to make the money and it is apparent the way patients are herded through the practice with no regard for the patient’s needs.

We found out that he gets paid to speak for almost every drug company out there, even if the drugs are competitors. He is out to make the money and it is apparent the way patients are herded through the practice with no regard for the patient’s needs. Beware if he tries to prescribe you a “new” drug on the market, it probably means they are paying him now. 

In our opinion we should not forget what another patient said:  ”You don’t have to be a good doctor in order to be a successful doctor. Cathal is proof of that. ” enough said: 

In our opinion Dr. Sherif  Hanna MD, Bedford, Texas you need to fix what you have broken, and I believe our reader would agree.

In our opinion you should boycott Medical Associates of North Texas in Bedford until Dr. Sherrif  Hanna decides to correct the marriage he has caused to break up by him not looking into the background, and patient reviews of Cathal Grant before reffering Kathy to him which by Cathal Grant putting Kathy on Cymbalta a drug know to cause personality reversal, and being well informed by Kathy’s husband who because he did noting about the issue was attacked caused injury and a marrage break and divorce. In our opinion Dr. Sherrif  Hanna is to be held responsible for his no action and as one person put it “theives protecting  theives attitude” when he could have stopped this by simply going to Cathal Grant and having Kathy then and now removed from Cymbalta and doing everything in his power to restore the marrage that had never been in trouble to begin with. In our opinion how can he go home at night to his wife Nancy and baby boy and sleep at night knowing his has caused so much missery to such a happy couple and distroyed  the happy 25 year marriage. In my opinion ask would you like to see a doctor who cared for his patients like this, and covers for another doctor like this, how would you feel if you was in Kathy’s husband’s place and hand done nothing to diserve this and Dr. Hanna cared nothing about undoing the harm  he had done to you and  if the roles was reversed and this was done you Dr. Hanna and your wife Nancy, how would you feel, and,would you go to this doctor or practice?

In our Opinoin would Dr. Hanna if he saw these statements he missed by not checking out Cathal Grant sent Kathy to Cathal Grant, Kathy’s husband is paying the price for Dr. Hanna’s lack of quality checking out Cathal Grant, and he does not care:

Saw the nurse practitioner more than the doctor(Cathal Grant),I told the doctor (Cathal Grant) on several occasions that Abilify was making me depressed and feeling worse, they continued my dosage and increased it even. At my lowest doctor(Cathal Grant), referred me to Springwood hospital, while my stay there, I realized that half the patients that were there were patients of Dr. Grant’s. I changed doctors, and recommend the same.”

The Invisible Psychiatrist
I am a patient in Dr. Grant’s practice. I have been for four years now. I have never met him. From the beginning I have been seen by a family nurse practioner who I like. I have gotten better under her care, but she and her associates are simply there to monitor medications and write prescriptions. They are consistently late in seeing me, normally at least 30 minutes. I have on, on three occasions, had to leave after 45 minutes without being seen. Patient visits are intended to take fifteen minutes or less; how do you feel, does this combination of medication seem to be working for you, do you need any prescriptions for refills. Any time you need over what was allotted is allowed without question, but even one minute makes the nurse practioner run late. As the day progresses, it get progressively worse. I try to schedule the first appointment after lunch. But, on the other hand, if I am a no show, they never charge contrary to the many signs in the waiting room. Considering the volume of patients I did not understand the logic when the practice began closing on Fridays. Packing a full 5 days’ worth of patients into four days makes the wait longer and appears greedy somehow. Cathal wants to eat his cake and have it too. But, at the expense of his patients. My provider is excellent about returning messages. But, if you miss the call, there is no way to call back. And, they do not call again. You have to wait until the next business day and leave another message, then sit by the phone from about 05:15 PM- 06:15 PM. If you call on Thursday and miss the call back, you are out of luck until Monday. They have established a hot line for refills which is ineffective. I was about to run out of one of my meds, so I called the number and specifically stated I needed a one week supply because my refill was delayed from the mail in pharmacy. The message was sent to the office which faxed an Rx not to my local druggist, but to the mail in pharmacy. Anything out of the ordinary is baffling to the practioner. For example, Family Medical Leave Act paperwork. I presented the documents and was asked if she could just write a note instead! I work for a huge company, she know it, but had to tell her I was not 8 and in elementary school. The paperwork was submitted twice and rejected twice simply because of missing information and because Dr. Grant did not sign the papers himself, a requirement! I like the care I receive. Drugs have been extremely effective over the years, so I just want my drugs and to be on my way. I am allowed to say exactly how I feel and participate in deciding about changes in my regime. I have no problem with the idea that I will be on some kind of medication for the rest of my life. There are patients and providers who feel obligated to wean off some drugs, like Xanax fearing addiction. I do not share in those concerns and do not care if I am addicted or not. How would I know? I always take my medications as prescribed. That is sort of how it is all supposed to work And, I feel good. What more is there to it? It could be better, yes. My overall rating is more like a 2 3/4 stars than 2. How this FMLA certification scenario plays out will make a huge difference. I’ll be back. 

I have reported them to the State of Texas for their “cattle call” ways and negligence. BEWARE

My son and I saw this doctor and his nurse practitioners for over 2 years. His office was the rudest office I have ever seen in my entire life. In over 30 days they never returned a call to my pharmacist or insurance company, nor did they return my calls. I have reported them to the State of Texas for their “cattle call” ways and negligence. BEWARE.

 

CATHAL WHO??

Never met the man (may be a woman) only met his PAs. Weight 30 min. to set with PA just long enough for them to push some pills – write the scripts and out the door… They process people like Tyson processes chicken.

Found  out Most of  Patients in Springwood hospital was Grant’s

Saw the nurse practitioner more than the doctor, I told the doctor on several occasions that Abilify was making me depressed and feeling worse, they continued my dosage and increased it even. At my lowest doctor referred me to Springwood hospital, while my stay there, I realized that half the patients that were there were patients of Dr. Grant’s. I changed doctors, and recommend the same.”

He is out to make the money and it is apparent the way patients are herded through the practice with no regard for the patient’s needs.

We found out that he gets paid to speak for almost every drug company out there, even if the drugs are competitors. He is out to make the money and it is apparent the way patients are herded through the practice with no regard for the patient’s needs. Beware if he tries to prescribe you a “new” drug on the market, it probably means they are paying him now. 

In our opinion we should not forget what another patient said:  ”You don’t have to be a good doctor in order to be a successful doctor. Cathal is proof of that. ” enough said: 

In our opinion Dr. Hanna you need to fix what you have broken, and I believe our reader would agree.

 

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