Service Area for Falmouth Hospital
Overall Rating 3.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Pete Bekarian★★★★★ 2 months ago
Brought our 5 year old in Sunday morning when we noticed swelling and redness around a small cut on her foot. Staff was VERY nice, diagnosed staph, administered IV and prescribed antibiotics. Told us, "please let us know if the redness increases at all. Called back late in day after redness spread. Told on phone that they were concerned so we came back in. After waiting 2 hours to be seen, we were told abruptly, "I wouldn't be concerned unless swelling/redness spread to knee" (!) This morning, foot MUCH worse. Finally contacted our pediatrician. Was told prescribed dosage too low and not frequent enough - increased both. Also, now if no improvement by end of day we must go to Children's in Boston for admission. Shame on you FH!
William & Edna Davis★★★★★ in the last week
I've always been very happy with the treatment I've had at Falmouth Hospital . I feel we are so very lucky to have such a good hospital here in Falmouth .
Bianca Calderone★★★★★ 3 months ago
Worst hospital I've ever witnessed. Barely did any diagnostic testing for my grandmother with sepsis. Forced her to be discharged even though she still felt sick and was asking to not be released. What happened to patient autonomy? Only took IV out right before discharging her. My grandma was home for less than 24 hours and then had to be rushed back to hospital. AVOID AT ALL COSTS. 1 star is generous, they deserve 0.
Cc Dd★★★★★ a month ago
Today I just got my first proper pap smear, and was surprised to learn it's not supposed to hurt! When I was seen in 2014 and given a pap in the ER, the nurse (who discussed my condition with other nurses audibly and was laughing [i'd been working 80 hours a week and mistakenly thought I'd forgotten about a tampon, I did not]). I now know that the incredibly rude and condescending nurse who did the pap intentionally stabbed me with the swab. Really disgusting behavior.
Amy Abbott★★★★★ 2 months ago
I've been waiting in a room for over an hour and a half now. I'm here due to sciatic nerve pain. Ive had this problem for 6 years. Back in october I came to this hospital 4 times in a week and they kept sending me home. Finally I came and the main ER doctor was like we're going to do something about this. 2 weeks later I had a microdiscectomy. I'm here now today having the same pain and I feel like I've been forgotten about. I went out to ask where a bathroom was and the first guy I asked pretended he didn't hear me and rolled his eyes and then I asked a woman and she just rolled her eyes and pointed. Like I'm sorry you're so miserable with your job and life but I need medical attention. I'm a human being for gods sake. Avoid this hospital at all costs. They're rude and take forever to literally do anything.