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Overall Rating 2.8 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Claire Novotny ★★★★★ a month ago

    This is a great local hospital. I was born here, my bones have been set here, I've had multiple procedures here. I completely trust and recommend this hospital.

  • Cc Dd ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago

    If you need stitches or have a broken limb, this is the place to go. However if you have an actual medical problem, or complicated health issues, do not put your life in the hands of this hospital, go to a real ER. There are often no attending MD's to be found, so your survival depends on PA's and (if you're lucky, an intern) diagnosing you correctly. They err on the side of total disregard for the patient when it comes to calling in a surgical or specialist consult (or even just a freaking MD), so PA's send severely ill people home. I was misdiagnosed despite TELLING MY DOCTOR what I had, and suffered an infarction later that day. I could not be more disgusted with the care I received. It's a sorry state when the patient is more competent than the physician. Unless your problem is glaringly obvious or mechanical; I strongly suggest you go elsewhere.

  • William Whiteley ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    I went to the ER with a cut finger that needed stitches. It didn't seem like a very busy time and I was checked in and in a treatment room fairly quickly. The nurses were very friendly, quick and efficient. There was a brief wait while the PA who treated me took care of another patient, but she returned quickly, as promised, and did an excellent job of cleaning out and stitching my finger. I found the medical staff to be very good. The ER itself seemed dirty. There were spots and streaks on the poorly washed floor and the glass in the treatment room doors looked as if it was washed with the same grungy mop as the floors, all grayish streaks and spots. The walls and counter tops also had their share of mystery spots. My compliments to the medical staff, but housekeeping needs far more attention than it is currently getting.

  • Halley Bard ★★★★★ a month ago

    Waited hours to get treated for my allergic reaction which kept getting worse and the doctor was no where to be found. One nurse was extremely helpful, the other named Natasha, condescending and rude, even went as far as calling me impatient for asking if theres any news after 2 hours of silence. This is my 5th and last time going to this ED. No one deserves to be ignored and disrespected by their so called care takers. Disgusting. P.s. not once was I moved to a room, I was placed in the hallway and ignored for 3 hours.

  • Nicholas Damon ★★★★★ a month ago

    Worst hospital in the area. Im not sure why but it seams that no one in this place can give a proper I.V. nor do they care to ignollage when someone knows their medical history.

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