Abilene Regional Medical Center

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6250 HWY 83/84, ABILENE, TX 79606 USA

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(325) 428-1000
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6250 HWY 83/84, ABILENE, TX 79606 USA

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Abilene Regional Medical Center
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2.5 out of 5 stars

Ariel Walker
Ariel Walker

1 out of 5 stars

posted 6 days ago

Visit was beyond unacceptable. You literally must be dying to be seen in the ER. I understand placing those in life threatening positions ahead of the individuals with less pressing issues. Why ask my pain tolerance level only to make me wait 5 more hours. Then after waiting the staff was rude and the doctor seemed to be an amateur. Careless staff that only cares about the next pay day.

Jesus Is God
Jesus Is God

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I have been in the ER a few times. The nurses have good skills and can do their job good but I have seen several nurses that are pretty rude to their patients. Some nurses are friendly but others are quite the opposite.

Robert McConnell
Robert McConnell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I want to shout out a Thank You to all the wonderful caregivers at Abilene Regional Medical Center! The diagnosis ,care and treatment during my stay in the ER/ Hospital for a Pulmonary Embolism was outstanding, professional and compassionate. I’m back home now on the mend with a great appreciation for all that took such great care of me....Thank You Again!

donny ocon
donny ocon

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Went after a car accident of being in pain from head to toe. I had to sit in waiting room in wheel chair for 5 hrs. When I finally got called to go back in a room, the transport lady was rude and then the nurse wasn’t very concerned and just treated me like an everyday car accident. I couldn’t even move or stand and feel I should’ve gotten an arm brace, neck brace and crutches. I didn’t even have a doctor come talk to me or look at me. Now I’m at home with stomach pain and blood in my urine and can barely move around stuck to my couch. I will probably have to go back to the ER but will try an express one instead as I should have in the first place.

Brian Ayotte
Brian Ayotte

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Worst experience of my life, from the er to the second floor, nurses are rude, untrained, no bed side manners nor do they treat the family any better. I took my 75 yr old mother in to er as per doctor who called ahead. Er staff was confused and said they don't do blood transfusions there, made a call, and did take her back for what they call services. The nightmare then began nurses trying to start an IV more than enough times, mother screaming the whole time, stating the i.v. they had in was hurting, of course they won't listen to a patient no matter what, I as a family member knowing my mom stepped in stated they usually use hand, and that she is in pain you can see it in her face, of course if they don't listen to the patient, they weren't going to listen to a family member. They came to do a CT scan, she told the gentleman that it hurt, I said yes she is hurting but they won't listen. He tried to put fluid but could not get it. He went to get the nurse, who was huffing and puffing like she was annoyed, took the fluid and this also wasn't working so she started to roll the vein as my mother was screaming in pain. The gentleman refused to the scan due to her i.v. someone with common Sense. They made a call and yelled just get her to the floor then. Very rude. My mother was in er from 10am til 10pm with this i.v. hurting her the entire time. The nursing showed no compassion, no sympathy, nor any sort of professionalism at all. They only showed how inexperienced and rude they actually were. So if you value a loved one or perhaps yourself, stay away from this hospital. This was the first part, when she got to the second floor it was no better as far as most of the nurses go. This is a horrible place with most of the nurses just as horrible. For a private hospital, you are better off at Hendricks. Once my mom got to the second floor it got worse. The nurse proceeded to tell me to get a power of attorney done and soon, still no color in her face, and was not being to responsive, the nurse kept bringing up cancer, which to my knowledge my mother was never diagnosed with, so do they know something I wasn't aware of? So the next 4 days these horrible people let me think my mom was so bad off they let me think she was dieing in the very near time.

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