Adams County Regional Medical Center

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230 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE, SEAMAN, OH 45679 USA

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230 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE, SEAMAN, OH 45679 USA

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Consumer feedback about Adams County Regional Medical Center

Brandon Mays
Brandon Mays

3 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

The company website is misleading. It states that the laboratory is open for all services 24/7; however, this is not true. Drug Screens are only performed Monday - Friday from 8am to 4pm. Just in case anyone needs that information. I was able to call and speak with a very nice lady in the laboratory who confirmed this.

Brittani Hilterbran
Brittani Hilterbran

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

ACRMC has always treated my medical needs with professionalism, respect and kindness. ER wait times can sometimes be long, but that’s almost with anywhere that you go. All the nurses have been very empathetic and understanding when I visit (Especially the night shift nurses, they’re the best!) Plus the cafeteria serves the best pie! The hospital is easily accessible and easy to navigate.

Jo Knight
Jo Knight

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Excellent care .. speedy .. attentive.. compassionate .. glad we came here..

John Brockhoeft
John Brockhoeft

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

This hospital is in a very remote, very rural region an hour away from the nearest large city hospital. It is such a great asset to our community We country people love our little hospital. It is clean and modern and has a great staff. It has a great ER with skilled emergency and trauma health care professionals. Because the region is so sparsely populated there isn't usually a lot of activity in the ER, so you will very likely be seen immediately or after a brief wait. My wife and I have raised six children here, and now I'm an old man, so we've had our share of emergencies. In 2013 I had an ST elevated myocardial infarction--the most massive kind of heart attack--and they saved my life and stabilized me enough to be able to be transferred to a big city hospital that had a cardiac intensive care unit. At the Christ Hospital in Cincinnati I had was pulled back from the edge of the grave by the renowned cardiologist Santosh Menon and when I was about to be discharged I was happy to find out that he is one of the specialists who travel to the ACRMC to do follow-up with his rural patients. I'm also happy with the specialists in other fields who come out here on a weekly basis to do follow up care for us country folk in the outpatient clinic so that we don't have to drive all the way to Cincinnati. This review would not be complete if I did not mention the cafeteria. Their food is so good, it's incredible really, and it is more moderately priced than McDonald's! Considering both the quality and the price it's no exaggeration to say that it is the best eating-out value in the whole county. I'd eat there every day if it was within walking distance or less of a drive.

Autumn Freeland
Autumn Freeland

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

As long as you aren't in dire pain like I had been due to being in two different accidents they're all great the staff is amazing. My only complaint is that not everyone is a junkie and not everyone needs to be treated like they're there to get pain meds. Sometimes they ate actually needed. I understand the epidemic in this area but they didn't even clean the glass off of me the first time they only did an x Ray of my chest due to the seatbelts burn and threw me out the door. I had pain on my arm and hit my head and they didn't cover the basics such as an MRI to make sure my head was okay I still have memory loss from that they didn't check my elbow until I went back a month later and again they did nothing. So now I go to a better hospital. It's worth the drive to be treated with quality care.