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Overall Rating 2.9 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • ★★★★★ a month ago

    Grady hospital is the WORST hospital I've ever been to. The staff is very rude and they have no compassion for patients. I went two weeks ago for chest pains and they took forever to get me to a room while the nurses were giggling and joking. I told the nurse that I couldn't take the pain and she rolled her eyes at me! When I finally got back to a room, it was a room lined up with other patients behind several different curtains. She handed me a cup and told me too pee in it for a sample in the same room where I was only behind a curtain, no toilet paper and in front of my boyfriend. I left and went to Piedmont hospital where they were respectful and professional. I will never go back to Grady even if it's a last option.

  • ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago

    if your love one, suffered from a stroke, PLEASE!!!! don't take them to this HELL HOSPITAL.... you probably leave with out them. The so' called'' nurses are totally careless, the Doctors dint even touch my Dad. from the end of the hospital bed. they spoke with no regards of feelings what so EVER! the nurses and Trappist' would stand at the door like dears on head-lite worried Spanish patient . I just want to warned anyone don't pick this hospital if you have a choice .

  • ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago

    I actually had my doubts on being affiliated with Grady Hosiptal. I always thought a public hospital was not the best fit for me. Not until I lost my health insurance and now have to use Grady for all my medical needs. I have come across some great people here at Grady in the clinic I attend which is the ENT Clinic. Ms.Murphy the front desk receptionist is the absolute best! She is always courteous,kind and professional. I appreciate and thank her each time I visit also, Nurse Muhammad is kind and friendly as well. Thank you both for always doing your jobs with a smile.

  • ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    This place is a joke. I was taken to trauma in an ambulance after a road bike accident. When I left, I still had asphalt in my face & hands. All they gave me was a prescription for Motrin, a crappy sling & a neck brace. I told the doc my neck really hurt. He told me I could have damage to my ligaments but he didn't do anything to test. Just sent me home with a Kmart neck brace. THEY DIDN'T EVEN TELL ME MY SHOULDER WAS FRACTURED!!

  • ★★★★★ in the last week

    The doctors and nurses at at Grady Hospital are Simply the Best.vThey saved my oldest daughter when she was shot in the head and stomach by her boyfriend in 2009,... taught her how to walk again and everything. The doctors and nurses at Grady saved 3 of my sister's that went through breast cancer. I had something as small as a 13 week old baby tumor in my stomach and it was removed by doctors at Grady. All of my children were born at Grady. In 1993 my 1 and only son was born in the Grady ambulance, My son's doctor was at Southwest and that's where the ambulance took me. I lost so much blood until I turned blue but the Grady EMT stayed with me til the bleeding stopped and I was back to normal so yeah I CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT GRADY!!! They might be extremely spiw but they get the diagnosis right and proceed with getting you better.

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