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Monongahela Valley Hospital Home Care and Hospice

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Overall Rating 2.6 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Sereena Young ★★★★★ a month ago

    Very horrible!! Waited for 6 hours for them to tell me that they didn't know what was wrong. I'm a diabetic that has been vomitting for two days with all the signs of a gallbladder attack. They gave me insulin, brought my sugar down to 70 and sent me home! all though some staff were very nice and caring while others acted like they were just there for a paycheck and mind you I didn't even see a doctor, was seen by a "PAC".

  • Ted Rock ★★★★★ a month ago

    Years ago Mon valley was the worst. In recent years the service and treatment has improved greatly. They have the very best cancer unit, maybe best on the east coast.

  • Miss Kitty ★★★★★ 8 months ago

    The psych unit sucks, but the Same Day surgery department is great. They treated us with respect, and the doctor who gave my husband his vasectomy was very thorough, and gave him a lot of info. The nurses in the unit were mostly cheerful and kind. A wonderful experience (as wonderful as one can possibly have in a hospital). The ER is good, too, although it can be a while before you actually see a doctor, but the nurses and phlebotomists are really friendly in that department. I loved the women in the ICU. They kept me very informed as to the progress of my condition (pulmonary embolism).

  • Annie Schempp ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    The wonderful people at Mon Valley Hospital saved my Mom, my Dad, my husband and me on many occasions. Almost everyone is pleasant and everyone is most competent. They are flexible and strive for the best results after providing several alternatives.

  • President Wagner ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    I am currently sitting here in the emergency room for my fiance`s grandfather which is a World War 2 veteran. I am a veteran myself and come from a very proud veteran family. As i sit here in the emergency room hallway i over hear a gentleman by the Jason Kirby claiming to be prior to service recruiter bad mouth his position of brainwashing new recruits while he was in time of service and bragging about how easy it is to recruit of young men and women trying to make a very challenging and sacrificing life decision to fight for his freedom, comparing it to being a car salesman. How its so easy to get these young easily influenced children for 7 reasons. Maybe if your in here you could ask him these reasons. Cause i have an eighth and i had no idea i would have to go through what i had to being a paratrooper in the 82nd airborne division. It was extremely challenging and I still to this day find it hard to readjust to the civilian life when i have to hear someone like Jason Kirby speak in such a manner. Her grandfather thankfully heard none of this as he is 97 as of this year and has a very keen memory. Maybe Jason Kirby if he is prior to service should remember the reasons he was supposedly brainwashed and supposed to uphold the ARMY VALUES even after his supposed time of service. This just saddens me all the way around that he will continue to approach civilians in such a manner and thank others when he is thanked for his service. Goodnight everyone and pray for Jason Kirby to look at his actions.




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