United Samaritans Medical Center Logan Facility, Hospice
Service Area for United Samaritans Medical Center Logan Facility, Hospice
Overall Rating 3.9 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Gloria E. Salinas-Perez★★★★★ 8 months ago
Wish ER Drs were more attentive and quicker service
Sydnie Judnic★★★★★ a year ago
Their quick response, professionalism, and kindness saved the life of my wife who suffered a stroke while driving on highway 74 through Danville. Their is nothing I can say to express my thanks for everything they did.
Riah Yelims★★★★★ 5 months ago
Presence United Samaritans Medical Hospital ................ Slow Rude Inconsistent Dumb Untrustworthy Inconsiderate
Juanita Stanciel★★★★★ a year ago
A nurse had all the lights and monitor screen off when I walked into my son's room unnoticed while the nurse appeared to be ignoring my crying to the top of his lungs 7 month old! My baby was admitted into the hospital for lack of oxygen so the last thing a nurse should be doing is allowing him to crying for comfort. I hadn't even been gone an hour and I nursed him before I left so all she had to do was have compassion and pat him to sleep. I filed a complaint, but no one has called me. On top of that I believe today they had plans on leaving my son with this nurse again while I had attended on going to work! Beyond pissed I am in the process of getting him shipped to Carle Hospital in Urbana IL! A supervisor has still yet to contact me. However, from the mouth of the nurse on duty now, supposedly, the supervisor is going to look into it. I have given birth to two babies here and this is a first for me. This situation actually makes me wonder about each and every time staff members were alone with my babies for routine post delivery checks. This is not the place to leave your child unattended. It's already hard as a mother to go clock in to work but to leave an off oxygen for 12 hrs 7month old in the care of a licensed nurse and come back to a can not maintain oxygen while awake or sleep 7 month old due to negligence THAT IS BEYOND CRUEL!!! Yet still no word from anyone in charge!
Wendy Schoenfeld★★★★★ 11 months ago
There is an elderly lady in the same room. 4346. She is very hard of hearing. A nurse name Marie helped her so much and was overly patient. I wish you had a award system