About Treatment Center
Northwest Texas Healthcare System, is an accredited addiction treatment facility located in Amarillo, Texas. Our facility focuses on changing the lives of those affected by drug and alcohol addiction, as well as co-occurring psychological disorders. At Northwest Texas Healthcare System, we understand that this is a very difficult time for a newly recovering addict, especially those who have never entered into a treatment facility before. This is why we aim to do everything in our power to make these individuals as comfortable as possible so that they can begin their recovery process on a positive note. We believe in treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have contributed to the birth of the addiction. We strive to help our patients build a solid foundation for a renewed and improved future. We know that any addict, despite the severity of their addiction, can recover. With the proper treatment plan in place, our patients can accomplish all of their goals and more. We understand how the disease of addiction has affected our patients mentally, physically, and spiritually. At Northwest Texas Healthcare System, we will provide you with the support and guidance to lead you towards a path of life-long wellness and sobriety.
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
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Just came I'm from this ER and everyone from the very nice front desk lady who helped wheel me out to the nurses in the back who were polite sweet and answered all my questions, were top notch. Just left at 7 Sat and If I'm ever in the area and need aid I will be coming back, Probably will be sending cards to thank them if I can remember there names, nice visit beat I've had in an ER
Michael Tester, 1 month ago
We had a wonderful experience here. We came in to get checked the day before I was scheduled to be induced. I had high blood pressure, so they kept me just to be safe. I wanted to have an all natural birth and they where very supportive and explained all options I had and possibilities that could arise. We where very thankful for the whole staff. I ended up having an infection in my placenta and her heartbeat would disappear for a while. We then had to move quickly and have an emergency c-section. I grieved the natural birth I wanted and they gave me my time. They made sure I was informed and explained not only to me, but my family, for me, as to what we needed done and how it could effect me. They made a good call, because even though I was dialated to an 8, my umbilical cord had knots in it and anytime we had a contraction it would pull tight and she stopped recieving blood, and her heartbeat would disappear. It was wonderful to know what was happening every step of the way, and that we where under a caring staff who wanted us to keep with what made us happy. After birth I was constantly checked on, along with baby. Each doctor that worked on my surgery came to see me and speak with me to tell me what happened and see how I was healing, and helpful tips to have a smooth transition. All nurses have been phenomenal with us and our little one, and have made our first birth, a very graceful and comfortable experience. I will continue to refer them!
Kyla Rockholt, 4 months ago
I had surgery here Friday and have been staying since. I've had horrible treatment and service in the past at different places. Northwest doesn't qualify for that bad of a rating. The service here is acceptable. The main issue I have is that RN's here seem to either hate or not care about their jobs or they hate or not care about me. I'm not a mean patient at all too! I'm one of those that has a high level of respect for those in the profession, and I appreciate all the help received. Everytime a nurse walks in, I try to be cheery and sometimes joke around. They have a hard enough job. I try to make it better every time I see them. But, this staff's attitude leaves me wondering how much of their displeasure is brought on by themselves and their own attitudes! Weirdest thing is that it seems to affect the higher title more than like CNA's and stuff. Tge higher the title, the more they seem to not want to be here! They really do kind of stick to bare minimum with their work and care provided too. You seriously need to figure out what it is these people hate about their jobs, cause yeesh!
Shirley Nicole, 5 months ago
The Staff was Excellent.Very Attentive.The MRI Tech was Especially Wonderful.She was Very Nice.The Only Thing I Didnt like Was the Waiting.But a Good Crew Will Get You Past That.NW ER is Real Good.
Dale Koontz, 6 months ago
My son was misdiagnosed at BSA on Saturday, Monday we came to NWT and the doctor immediately did and ultrasound and CT, which BSA never did, once the Dr saw the CT he had do prepare my son for emergency surgery. The doctors, nurses and entire staff here are great!!! Best hospital
Donn Wallis, 6 months ago
I had my baby there and the nursing staff was great. In labor and delivery I had Hannah and Courtney. Both were amazing and made me feel super comfortable. They were helpful and understood my needs and were patient through my labor pains. In the post labor side I had one great nurse named Liberty. She was so helpful and provided top level care. I gave the hospital overall 4/5 because the food wasn't that great, really it was pretty bad. The rooms you have during and after labor were amazing.
Ashie Kay, 7 months ago
I had very good care from when I arrived until 3 days later very kind to my family also.
Jerry Middleton, 1 year ago