Ranked in the 96th percentile


  • Temple is ranked #277 in Texas
  • Temple is ranked #1,110 in the USA
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  • High Graduation Rates
  • Low Cost of Living
  • Stable Housing Market
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Rotten experience with Scott and White

My wife had polio in 1954 as a 4 year old. As an adult she became aware that her physical condition had begun to deteriorate. She went to doctors in Austin, TX, Round Rock, TX, and Charleston, SC who provided her with medications to relieve the intense pain, shaky hands and other conditions relating to the latter effects of the disease.Because my grandfather had a good experience with Scott and White, my wife and I sought them out as our health provider in the Temple, TX community.Wow, was I ever mistaken. Something bad has happened there. If you have condition considered to be "out-of-the-ordinary" like PPS (post-polio syndrome) that will throw them for a big loop. They will not prescribe pain and other medications for pain or sleep aids that are outside CDC guidelines. And one physician told us that she had a "personal" problem prescribing the meds my wife needed and had been prescribed by other docs for over 10 years. PPS, as I mentioned is degenerative, and she continues to suffer from the latter effects of the condition. But now, in cowtown Temple and cowtown "attitude" Scott and White, we can no longer make her comfortable and she must suffer. She did not ask for polio, nor did she ask for PPS.I find this a deplorable set of circumstances and totally unprofessional that an organization devoted to health like S&W is so mainline, by-the-book that they cannot make my wife's life comfortable for the remainder of her life on this planet.Other stuff:1. You rarely can talk to the person you need to speak with.2. You most certainly cannot speak directly with anyone in management.3. The switchboard will ask you if you have a complaint and route you directly to patient relations. They were never any help.4. Watch out for doctors who have a "personal" problem with medications.5. Don't expect them to think outside the box. If you have something that falls in the normal range of human disease, you may be Ok. Otherwise, STEER CLEAR of them.Our consensus of the S&W experience is -(minus)10. Beware!!!!
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African-Americans in Temple I would like to know if the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood area a good place to raise a family if you are African-American? My husband and I would like to relocate from Jacksonville, FL to a place where it is not so congested, and the cost of living is affordable. But, we are also looking for an area that does not have significant issues with racism because we do not want …
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Source: The Temple, TX data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).