Appleton Medical Center

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1818 N MEADE ST, APPLETON, WI 54911 USA

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(920) 731-4101
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1818 N MEADE ST, APPLETON, WI 54911 USA

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Consumer feedback about Appleton Medical Center

Lauren Van Daalwyk
Lauren Van Daalwyk

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Got my wisdom teeth removed in the out patient care wing. Everyone was so nice and caring to me. I’m terrified of needles and when I had to have one put in they were very gentle about it. They made sure I was comfortable with them giving me an iv. Everyone went so smooth with the iv. The nurse who did it even checked in with me after I got my wisdom teeth out even though she wasn’t working with me anyone. All of the nurses and doctors are so kind and take good care of you. Overall this hospital is so great if you are looking for great nurses and doctors.

marissa bloomer
marissa bloomer

1 out of 5 stars

posted 11 months ago

Had the worst experience of my life here both nursing staff and docters were very rude and treated me with no respect. I felt very judged and like my problems didn't matter I would not recomend going here if you are seriously ill because they will not give you the care you need. Also I could over hear nursing staff in the other room making fun of me and saying a lot of mean hurtful things. THIS HOSPITAL IS ONE OF THE MOST UNPROSSIONAL HOSPITALS THERE IS. THIS PLACE SHOULD BE SHUT DOWN FOR GOOD.

Darlene Jones
Darlene Jones

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

My husband was recently treated for heart irregularity. He was treated well from the moment the ambulance arrived at our door. When patients receive kind treatment from medical staff—better communication, an effort to get to know them as people—they have less anxiety and pain and shorter hospital stays, Stanford’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education shows. Doctors and nurses, in turn, feel more engaged and less exhausted. We found the care at AMC to be excellent.

Nicole17Taylor
Nicole17Taylor

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Becky from the 7th floor did an absolute amaing job taking care of me! She was so kind, nice, and very informative. She was there when I needed help with something and had great knowledge in what she does. Can't thank her enough for her help! I appreciated it so much, I was very lucky to have her as my nurse!

Rebecca Campbell
Rebecca Campbell

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

I took our 3 year old son into the ER because his bowel movements were green, mucous and like water and stringy like spinach. He curled up in a ball on the floor and was screaming and crying clutching at his stomach and private area. The staff was told numerous times that our son is autistic and terrified of the doctor. They sent in a paramedic to draw blood. Eventually there were 5 people in there trying to draw blood and pinning him down. They wrapped him up in a swaddle. He was screaming, kicking and saying done. His vein rolled. They were told to stop and they still wanted to try again. The catheter did not happen. After all of this they told me if I took him it could possibly lead to legal action against me. They traumatized my child. If anything I should take legal action against them. They treated him like an animal. I will not take any action against them. They did hurt our son though. Keep that in mind when u take your own child in. Thank u.

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