Another Lie From UBH Denton

Posted: May 8, 2011 in Uncategorized
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It is DISGUSTING how misleading UBH’s parent company, Ascend Health, chooses to be. I just checked the Mayhill Hospital page…. And they have the nerve to say they are “now locally owned.” What a crock. Ascend Health is “owned” by a conglomerate of big investors, and “run” by a doctor out of New York City named Richard Kresch. Any fool can see that with a cursory internet search. People continue to come out of the woodwork to contact me about their nightmares at UBH Denton… which “owns” Mayhill now. UBH is owned by Ascend. The end of the “locally owned” myth.

  1. clair says:

    I went to ubh and it was the worst experience of my life.

  2. John says:

    I have been admitted to UBH three times starting back in 2006. Back in 2006 things seemed okay, being there for the first time I really didn’t know what to expect, but it helped me to be in that type of formatted and structured environment. I went back two more times, I suffer from depression, and the last time was terrible. It was about 2 or 3 years ago and they changed things a lot. First, they are taking military or has become a treatment center for the military which is a total crock of shit. The military should not be in the same hospital as civilian people. I was in the military in the mid 80’s and the hospital is not a military run environment and there is no chain of command. The military guys that are being treated for ptsd act like idiots and start shit with the civilians because they are not held responsible for their actions. They should be in a place that is run with a chain of command. They need to be in a military structured environment where they keep their respect for rank and not just act like they are some bad asses, which most are dweebs, because they were over seas. UBH sees nothing but $$$$ for so called helping the military men and women and they let the rest of the patients suffer. Dr. Jacobson is a psychiatrist there and he is a total waste. he pushes meds and does nothing else.

    • ubhdenton says:

      John, you speak the truth for sure! I remember the military guys when I was there. Not exactly a good fit with the rest of us.

      Then again, there was the guy who enjoyed being there because “EVery few years i just have to go inpatient….” Some people enjoy health insurance a little too much.

    • ubhdenton says:

      John I’m so sorry you went through this. It is a disaster of a place. Keep spreading the word and maybe at some point the health insurers, or perhaps the Texas Dept. of Health, will do something about them! Keep the faith….

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