Have you been injured by medical malpractice at Altus Baytown Hospital?
Painter Law Firm’s experienced Texas medical malpractice lawyers investigate and file lawsuits against Harris County hospitals
While our office is located in Houston, Painter Law Firm’s medical malpractice lawyers represent clients who have potential cases against hospitals all over Harris County. This includes hospitals in Baytown, like Altus Baytown Hospital.
The types of cases we handle include surgical mistakes, anesthesia errors, infections, sepsis, birth injuries, falls, stroke, nerve damage, birth injury, childbirth complications, brain damage, diagnosis mistakes, medical device failures, medication and drug errors, wrongful death, and many others.
Altus Baytown Hospital supports a variety of surgical and lab services, physical therapy, primary care, radiation oncology, primary care and sleep studies, as well as 10 private inpatient rooms, four operating rooms and one treatment room. It has a team of Post-Surgical Unit (PSU) nursing staff to care for patients after surgery. Services at the hospital include Altus Lap Band; Altus Orthopedic and Spine Center; Altus Pain Center; ear, nose and throat surgery; eye surgery; gastroenterology; general surgery; gynecologic surgery; lab services; neurosurgery; physical therapy; plastic surgery; podiatry; primary care; and urology.
The hospital is located at 1626 W. Baker Road, Baytown, Texas 77521 and is owned by Oprex Surgery Baytown LP of Baytown, TX.
Altus Baytown Hospital is located in Harris County, TX. Harris County has 24 civil district court judges, whose courts have unlimited monetary jurisdiction for cases. In addition, Harris County has four civil courts at law, which have a lower monetary jurisdiction for disputes.
If you or someone you care for has been injured, or worse, by surgeons, doctors, or nurses at Altus Baytown Hospital, call 281-580-8800 for a free consultation with the experienced Texas medical malpractice lawyers at Painter Law Firm.
Robert Painter is a medical malpractice lawyer at Painter Law Firm PLLC.
A physician has to supervise the care and prescriptions of nurse practitioners and physician assistants under written, signed agreements [...]read more
On 4/1/2018, the new law will end the current practice where doctors can secretly enter a DNR order against patient and family wishes [...]read more
A physician has to supervise the care and prescriptions of nurse practitioners and physician assistants under written, signed agreements
On 4/1/2018, the new law will end the current practice where doctors can secretly enter a DNR order against patient and family wishes
This article was originally published in the September/October 2017 edition of "The Houston Lawyer" magazine
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