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Eric Beadle

Dr. Eric J. Beadle, MD

Family Medicine

OVERVIEW

Dr. Beadle graduated from the University of Tx Med Branch Galveston. Dr. Beadle works in Grand Prairie, TX and specializes in Family Medicine.

PATIENT'S PERSPECTIVE

Explains conditions and treatments
Takes time to answer my questions
Provides follow-up as needed

Based on patient feedback.

RATINGS AND REVIEWS

Dr. Beadle's Rating
Patient Perspective
4.0 Explains conditions and treatments
4.5 Takes time to answer my questions
4.5 Provides follow-up as needed
Office Rating
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4560 Lake Ridge Pkwy Ste 200, Grand Prairie, TX, 75052
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Methodist Family Health Center - South Grand Prairie
4560 Lake Ridge Pkwy Ste 200
Grand Prairie, TX, 75052
4 REVIEWS
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"Dr. Beadle is a good doctor. I have had some issues with his staff not being as responsive as they could be. I try not to be a pain but I get a regular blood test from two other Dr's. I can never get his staff to work on calling the blood test at the same lab at the same time. I know they want to do it and charge extra for it. I know one works for free but to me, it makes more sense to get all the blood drawn at one time. I suppose his staff puts profit ahead of my wellbeing. "
  • March 24, 2021
"We've been Patients in the MethodistNetwork for over 20yrs .We have remained in-network, even with our last 2 Doctors retiring. We've always received compassionate care, respectful interaction & comfort in knowing that our Dr cared about us as human beings. That changed with our most recent move to Dr. Eric Beadle. Our PCP before was Dr. Kathleen Humphries. She was kind, empathetic & she listened to our concerns, always looking for ways to put us at ease, help us understand the HealthPlan she recommended & answered our questions with patience & concern. She always went beyond the boundaries of black & white, to customize our care to our special needs. For example, we've had times in the past where the blood pressure medicines that I was on just didn't seem to do the job but we always worked to find the right balance, to get it back under control. During the times when it was "out of whack", she instructed her staff to approve my refills on those medications, even if I couldn't get in right ...
away, because she was truly concerned about my health. Not a rigid policy of having to actually see me in person to authorize a medication refill. Any time that she was concerned about my HBP readings, she would call me, to see what we needed to do. I truly admired how she put my care first & treated me as she would treat her own family. Unfortunately for us, she retired. That care & compassion is what we have come to expect since all of our Doctors seemed to carry that same desire to form relationships with their patients, beyond the Patient File. The Doctor before her, who also left the practice, was also kind, compassionate, caring, respectful & decent. He was a good man, as well as a good Doctor. All of the descriptions above would not apply to our recent experience with Dr. Beadle. My Pharmacy had sent over refill requests for my BP medicines & they were denied several times. The Pharmacy said that they had no explanation & suggested I email the Doctor, to find out what happened. Our Pharmacy was so kind that they actually loaned me a few pills, thinking it was just an error. I messaged Dr. Beadle's office through MyChart & explained that I had been without my medications, that my BP was spiking daily and I told them how it was affecting my health. I told them that I thought it was cruel that my refills were being denied without any explanation & reminded them that they take an Oath "to do no harm". I explained that Dr. Humphries always approved my refills because of my issues with BP in the past & I told them that I was now regretting our switch to his office since she retired. I have been suffering without those medicines. What I received shocked me. I expected a response, providing a reason for the denials but also perhaps an apology for not getting those filled sooner, knowing my health issues, or at least questions, to see how I was. Instead I received a message, from Dr. Beadle saying that he would fill my Rx for 30 days in order to give me time to find a new Doctor. He even blocked me from being able to see another Dr. in the same Office. My jaw dropped. In my 20+ years seeing Doctors at all levels of Specialty within the Methodist System for our family, from Surgeons to Neurologists to Pulmonologists, I've never been treated so unprofessionally. I had not cursed, insulted or threatened anyone at the practice. I had not messaged or called incessantly or harassed anyone. I had only expressed frustration & fear for my health, as chronic HBP can cause Strokes, damage your kidneys, cause anemia, non-stop headaches, etc. Uncontrolled HBP is dangerous. I messaged once & that was his response. He basically said to me, "Not happy? Go somewhere else." That is not professional. That is not compassionate. That is not empathetic. That is not kind. His response was cruel, immature, petty & childish. Once again, I have never experienced this type of behavior from ANY Doctor in the Methodist system, until Dr. Beadle. I am filing a Complaint wit "
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  • September 8, 2020
"We've been Patients in the MethodistNetwork for over 20yrs .We have remained in-network, even with our last 2 Doctors retiring. We've always received compassionate care, respectful interaction & comfort in knowing that our Dr cared about us as human beings. That changed with our most recent move to Dr. Eric Beadle. Our PCP before was Dr. Kathleen Humphries. She was kind, empathetic & she listened to our concerns, always looking for ways to put us at ease, help us understand the HealthPlan she recommended & answered our questions with patience & concern. She always went beyond the boundaries of black & white, to customize our care to our special needs. For example, we've had times in the past where the blood pressure medicines that I was on just didn't seem to do the job but we always worked to find the right balance, to get it back under control. During the times when it was "out of whack", she instructed her staff to approve my refills on those medications, even if I couldn't get in ...
right away, because she was truly concerned about my health. Not a rigid policy of having to actually see me in person to authorize a medication refill. Any time that she was concerned about my HBP readings, she would call me, to see what we needed to do. I truly admired how she put my care first & treated me as she would treat her own family. Unfortunately for us, she retired. That care & compassion is what we have come to expect since all of our Doctors seemed to carry that same desire to form relationships with their patients, beyond the Patient File. The Doctor before her, who also left the practice, was also kind, compassionate, caring, respectful & decent. He was a good man, as well as a good Doctor. All of the descriptions above would not apply to our recent experience with Dr. Beadle. My Pharmacy had sent over refill requests for my BP medicines & they were denied several times. The Pharmacy said that they had no explanation & suggested I email the Doctor, to find out what happened. Our Pharmacy was so kind that they actually loaned me a few pills, thinking it was just an error. I messaged Dr. Beadle's office through MyChart & explained that I had been without my medications, that my BP was spiking daily and I told them how it was affecting my health. I told them that I thought it was cruel that my refills were being denied without any explanation & reminded them that they take an Oath "to do no harm". I explained that Dr. Humphries always approved my refills because of my issues with BP in the past & I told them that I was now regretting our switch to his office since she retired. I have been suffering without those medicines. What I received shocked me. I expected a response, providing a reason for the denials but also perhaps an apology for not getting those filled sooner, knowing my health issues, or at least questions, to see how I was. Instead I received a message, from Dr. Beadle saying that he would fill my Rx for 30 days in order to give me time to find a new Doctor. He even blocked me from being able to see another Dr. in the same Office. My jaw dropped. In my 20+ years seeing Doctors at all levels of Specialty within the Methodist System for our family, from Surgeons to Neurologists to Pulmonologists, I've never been treated so unprofessionally. I had not cursed, insulted or threatened anyone at the practice. I had not messaged or called incessantly or harassed anyone. I had only expressed frustration & fear for my health, as chronic HBP can cause Strokes, damage your kidneys, cause anemia, non-stop headaches, etc. Uncontrolled HBP is dangerous. I messaged once & that was his response. He basically said to me, "Not happy? Go somewhere else." That is not professional. That is not compassionate. That is not empathetic. That is not kind. His response was cruel, immature, petty & childish. Once again, I have never experienced this type of behavior from ANY Doctor in the Methodist system, until Dr. Beadle. I am filing a Compla "
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  • September 8, 2020
"We've been Patients in the MethodistNetwork for over 20yrs .We have remained in-network, even with our last 2 Doctors retiring. We've always received compassionate care, respectful interaction & comfort in knowing that our Dr cared about us as human beings. That changed with our most recent move to Dr. Eric Beadle. Our PCP before was Dr. Kathleen Humphries. She was kind, empathetic & she listened to our concerns, always looking for ways to put us at ease, help us understand the HealthPlan she recommended & answered our questions with patience & concern. She always went beyond the boundaries of black & white, to customize our care to our special needs. For example, we've had times in the past where the blood pressure medicines that I was on just didn't seem to do the job but we always worked to find the right balance, to get it back under control. During the times when it was "out of whack", she instructed her staff to approve my refills on those medications, even if I couldn't get in ...
right away, because she was truly concerned about my health. Not a rigid policy of having to actually see me in person to authorize a medication refill. Any time that she was concerned about my HBP readings, she would call me, to see what we needed to do. I truly admired how she put my care first & treated me as she would treat her own family. Unfortunately for us, she retired. That care & compassion is what we have come to expect since all of our Doctors seemed to carry that same desire to form relationships with their patients, beyond the Patient File. The Doctor before her, who also left the practice, was also kind, compassionate, caring, respectful & decent. He was a good man, as well as a good Doctor. All of the descriptions above would not apply to our recent experience with Dr. Beadle. My Pharmacy had sent over refill requests for my BP medicines & they were denied several times. The Pharmacy said that they had no explanation & suggested I email the Doctor, to find out what happened. Our Pharmacy was so kind that they actually loaned me a few pills, thinking it was just an error. I messaged Dr. Beadle's office through MyChart & explained that I had been without my medications, that my BP was spiking daily and I told them how it was affecting my health. I told them that I thought it was cruel that my refills were being denied without any explanation & reminded them that they take an Oath "to do no harm". I explained that Dr. Humphries always approved my refills because of my issues with BP in the past & I told them that I was now regretting our switch to his office since she retired. I have been suffering without those medicines. What I received shocked me. I expected a response, providing a reason for the denials but also perhaps an apology for not getting those filled sooner, knowing my health issues, or at least questions, to see how I was. Instead I received a message, from Dr. Beadle saying that he would fill my Rx for 30 days in order to give me time to find a new Doctor. He even blocked me from being able to see another Dr. in the same Office. My jaw dropped. In my 20+ years seeing Doctors at all levels of Specialty within the Methodist System for our family, from Surgeons to Neurologists to Pulmonologists, I've never been treated so unprofessionally. I had not cursed, insulted or threatened anyone at the practice. I had not messaged or called incessantly or harassed anyone. I had only expressed frustration & fear for my health, as chronic HBP can cause Strokes, damage your kidneys, cause anemia, non-stop headaches, etc. Uncontrolled HBP is dangerous. I messaged once & that was his response. He basically said to me, "Not happy? Go somewhere else." That is not professional. That is not compassionate. That is not empathetic. That is not kind. His response was cruel, immature, petty & childish. Once again, I have never experienced this type of behavior from ANY Doctor in the Methodist system, until Dr. Beadle. I am filing a Compla "
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  • September 8, 2020

LOCATIONS

4560 Lake Ridge Pkwy Ste 200
Grand Prairie, TX, 75052
  • Accepting New Patients
Mon8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tue8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wed8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri8:00 am - 5:00 pm
SatClosed
SunClosed
  • Accepting New Patients

CONDITIONS TREATED

  • Abscess or Cyst Drainage or Aspiration
  • Abscess Or Fluid Incision And Drainage
  • Diabetes Counseling
  • Diabetes Screening
  • Electrocardiogram (ekg)
  • Osteoporosis Screening

SPECIALTIES

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Residency
University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler Program
Medical School
University of Tx Med Branch Galveston

INSURANCE PLANS ACCEPTED 

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