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Overall Rating 2.8 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • S Connor ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago

    If you care about yourself or the person you are bringing here take the drive to a different hospital, it's worth it. The staff are incompetent and unsympathetic even towards children. Once in awhile you will get someone that is decent but seldomly. They don't keep the room clean. They don't make their rounds. They don't explain anything to you. They'll ask you how to do their job, very comforting when they're caring for your young child. My kids will never go here again.

  • Jodie Fritz ★★★★★ a week ago

    It was horrific! Unorganized, very, very slow in the E.R., confusion, labs were lost. After six hrs in the hall, we finally got a room that was dirty!!! After 24 hrs & not even in a gown, mind you, we left & went to Saratoga hospital. Night & day between the two. Saratoga hospital is professional & has their stuff together. I wouldn't go to GF hospital for a couple stitches.

  • Luna Kai ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    This place sucks. Sat for almost 2-3 hours with increasingly horrible pain near my spleen but 3 other people go in before me. Then when you say anything the lady at the desk is rude as hell and no one cares. All you get is...nothing I can do. How about, I don't know LISTEN?! Kingston hospital is better than least they listen..

  • Taylor Reynolds ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    I saw Terrence Fina PA in the Glens Falls ER. He seemed very pleasant and eager to help at first, but after these events I realize it was the act he puts on for his patients. He ordered a saline drip for me when it was unnecessary to do so, and had his student doctor practice on my veins! Now that I think about it, I truly believe he only ordered a saline drip so his student could use me as a pin bag to poke. The student hit a nerve in my arm, something that caused me pain for two months after this ER visit. I don't fault him for that, I think Terrence threw him into a situation he was too green to handle. However, one try wasn't enough apparently, and a nurse came in to instruct the student doctor. They said she was a head nurse, but I'm not too sure about that since SHE blew out my vein! I had a large bruise on my forearm for weeks. After that ordeal, I was briefly examined by the student doctor (it seemed like Terrence wanted his student to do all his work for him!). I sat in my ER room waiting for the next step, when 45 minutes later the dynamic duo returns. Terrence did not give me a prescription or referral for my problem, instead he told me to use an OTC spray. He failed to mention you can only use it for 3 days. Now my sinuses are blocked and I need surgery! The ENT I am seeing now was appalled that he never warned me about the dangers of nasal spray. Oh, I forgot to mention - because Terrence Fina did absolutely nothing to help my problems (besides giving me a drug store shopping list) I had to return to the ER that same night, several hours later. So, if you're ever in the ER at Glens Falls, make sure you do not get assigned Terrence Fina. Terrence - if you are reading this, you should be ashamed of yourself and the way you treat your patients! (P.S. Student doctor: You were nice and did nothing wrong. Don't grow up to be a bad PA like your mentor.)

  • Cameron 98 ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    Went to the ER around 3 in the morning to wait until 6 for them to give me extra strength Tylenol and not examine me what's so ever. They wanted me to longer, when I asked to leave I waited thirty minutes for them to bring in paper work so I could. Seemed like there was only one doctor on at the time and he didn't care very much. Go to urgent care, or a different hospital.

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