Tahlequah City Hospital Home Health
Service Area for Tahlequah City Hospital Home Health
Overall Rating 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Crystal Schwarz★★★★★ 4 months ago
Took my elderly mother in at 10 am on a Sunday, they did nothing for her. Instead of asking about the problems she was in there for they kept asking about a bruise on her arm which was from a IV they ran the prior week AT THE SAME HODPITAL. Then they pretty much told me to stop talking even though she had asked me to help her explain what was going on. After that they made her feel bad for coming in because it didn't seem life threatening. After spending 6 hours there with not one answer and barely seeing anyone she asked to be unhooked from the iv and monitoring system while I had stepped out of the building to make a phone call. No one would answer her or do as she asked so she ended up unhooking herself and leaving with no answers and very upset. I can not believe how they could be so busy or understaffed that not one nurse bothered to answer a simple question or notice that an elderly woman was walking out with her arm bleeding where she unhooked her own IV!!
Bill Hickey★★★★★ 8 months ago
Nurses make minimal effort to do anything for you. Ask,ask,ask. Little happens. This is a management problem because it seems they are very important and you are not. Hope I am NEVER there again.
michayla kimble★★★★★ 11 months ago
I had Gallbladder surgery at another hospital and it went horribly wrong. I was admitted to City Hospital and was there for 5 days. I had the best care and the nicest people. I was re-admitted for the same gallbladder issue a couple of weeks later and they saved my life. Dr. Simpson and Dr. Myers were wonderful. I have not one complaint about the care I received from the nurses, doctors and other staff members. I cannot thank them enough! Tonya Kimble
Arlene Stone★★★★★ a month ago
They treated my daughter in law disrespectfully like her illness was made up, why can't the Indians give better quality to their patients just cause it's free shouldn't mean they get treated different!
Nancy Moulton★★★★★ a year ago
A friend of mine had heart surgery in the past and the care was awesome. On the other hand, my mother is currently a patient in Solutions treatment center at Tahlequah City Hospital. It is a mental health facility for the elderly. As far as elder care treatment, I wouldn't refer my worst enemy to this unit. They keep the patients zombied out. I was told by one of the nurses that they have to keep people with my mother's disease that way. She also told me that they don't let these elderly people go to bed during the day. My mother attempted and they told her she couldn't. I was a witness to that. She did it anyway but told me they were going to get her up. My mother is 92. This is no way to treat a 92 year old woman. I told my sister and asked the nurse to tell my sister what she told me and she lied and denied she told me those two facts. Proof is in the pudding. My sister sat there with my mother and saw that she was zombied out and also knew she had to stay out in the main area and wasn't able to go to bed so obviously the nurse lied to her. This place is horrible. I relate it to 'One flew over the cuckoo's nest'. All of the patients look spaced out. I hope this text can save other elderly people from going through this torture. I love my mother dearly and I have cried for 3 days seeing her in this place. It is a poor excuse for a facility. I rated it one star, only because it wouldn't let me rate it less than that. Tahlequah City Hospital should get rid of this unit. It is horrible.