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Hospice of Nash General

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Reviews
Overall Rating 2.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Todd Pearce
    ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    I carried my 91 year old father to the ER for an emergency situation that we waited five hours after the vitals were checked. What part of emergency don't you understand and how long before y'all read these reviews, or do you read them at all, before you make any changes for the better? Your Emergency room needs it's name to be the " waiting room" for sure!!! You are quick to get the insurance info and signatures to lock you in then your priorities go out the window!

  • Steve Segreto
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    This hospital's emergency room overcharges and cannot bill correctly. I have received numerous bills in varying amounts for the same service. They submitted the same claim twice to my insurance, and have demanded payments in excess of my maximum responsibility. In addition, they charged more than $3,000 for a 15 minute visit to diagnose a hand infection. Stay away!

  • Tomeka White
    ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    My husband went in with a second degree burn. He was called back within ten minutes of waiting. All together we were in the ER for an hour from beginning to end. The nurse did a great job at nursing the burn and showing him how to take care of the burn.

  • Neva Chapman
    ★★★★★ 7 months ago

    I brought my 22 month old grandson in to the ER because he had fallen down and split his chin open. He was the only patient with any injury or laceration, but he had to wait an hour and forty minutes before being seen. The laceration on his chin would have taken 3 stitches. That's substantial injury for a small child. The other patients seen before him all had flu type symptoms. There was a big sign in the intake area stating that nothing could be done for those with flu like symptoms, but they continued to allow them to go first. There is a standard of care and a priority list for ER patients. I am reasonably certain that a patient bleeding from a laceration takes precedence over a person who wants to get a sick note for work/school. I am extremely disappointed with the lack of attentiveness to prioritizing patients and outraged that my grandson was left bleeding in a room full of sick peoples with flu like symptoms for over an hour and a half. Because they left him out there so long, sutures would have caused scarring, so they had to close him up with surgical adhesive. I can't believe that this is the quality of service that is acceptable here.

  • Casey Strope
    ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    We arrived in an ambulance Saturday morning, my mother wasn't feeling good and she needed assistance. I feel like this hospital isn't giving 100% to their patients. They say they will be right back and it'll be hours before they ever come back. I see old men crying in the waiting room "help me" and he seemed to be in really bad shape, just waiting there crying for over an hour. I just feel like when you become a nurse or doctor, you need to really want to make people feel better, not just "doing your job" attitude.




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