Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Ctr


2629 N 7TH ST, SHEBOYGAN, WI 53083 USA

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(920) 451-5000
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2629 N 7TH ST, SHEBOYGAN, WI 53083 USA

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Consumer feedback about Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Ctr

Lori Carrillo
Lori Carrillo

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

I give this hospital a 5 star!!! We are from out of state and we are here visiting family and My 1 year old got a rash all over his body and was fuzzy and running nose and a cough so we took him to this hospital being it was so close to my family members home. Since the moment we got there they treated us so great and literally took them less than 5 mins to call us in and the RN Immediately went into the room and took his temperature and checked his vitals and less than a minute later the doctor came in and examined my son. He was so nice and explained everything so good we couldn't have been any happier. In and out in less than 30 mins... I would definitely recommend to my family and friends who live here!

Barb Ochs
Barb Ochs

5 out of 5 stars

posted 11 months ago

My comments are for the staff in the maternity ward- the nurses and admin staff were great! Upon entry of the area, you had to ring in; the staff was vigilant by asking who you were there to see and also watched who was coming thru if the door happened to be open. I felt my daughter & family were in a safe environment. The nurses were so helpful with the new parents making sure they had all the help they needed with their new son. They also kept them well informed on shift changes so if someone new came thru the door it was not a surprise. I so appreciate all you do!! Thank you!

Cheryl Driscoll
Cheryl Driscoll

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

We went into the emergency room this morning. From the moment we were greeted, I could tell it was going to be a great experience. The RN who checked us in was very caring and thorough. Following my husbands check in care were two nurses who were always following up. It was amazing. The Dr.was very caring as well. We had further tests with an ultrasound technician, who did a great job. In addition, the administrative director came in to see how our experience was . We told her how pleased we were, and hoped that she would pass it on to her staff. Such a great team to work with!

william desmith
william desmith

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

There behavioral health unit is a joke


3 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

Mixed review because while the Emergency Room is terrible the Physical Therapy department I've had good experience with.

Went in for pain involving Gallbladder (scheduled for surgery anyways) in case it was emergency (because it was closest to work at the time and I had to leave because of the pain I was in) . There was a short wait time and the nurses were helpful but when it came to the doctors they wouldn't listen to me and they decided instead to focus on a minor gasristis case in my medical history that was already being taken case of by my main GI doctor because they felt it could possibly be an ulcer instead, and not the gallbladder that I was scheduled to have removed because there was issues (not stones) .
They also prescribed me low doses of medications that I was already taking and wouldn't listen to me about already being on them at twice what they had given me scripts for. Ended up getting pain meds from primary doctor.
Got gallbladder out shortly after at St Nick and it was gangrenous. Even if there wasn't an emergency removal doctors should not have ignored my concerns or what I had been telling them. While the meds they had given me with the iv helped with my problem somewhat for the time, it could have easily ended up turning out worse and possibly killing me because the doctors decided they wanted to focus on something with insignificant and not listen to me.

Been in the hospital before for other emergencies and while the wait time is good and nursing staff is friendly the doctors still tend to often seem to not really listen to concerns well. They're friendly too and it can be disarming for people but at the same time it could easily get someone hurt so.
I got my complaints about the St Nick ER too (that don't need to be listed here because not a review for them anyways) but this one has been the most frustrating because of how easily this could had gotten a whole lot worse just because the doctors for whatever reason don't feel the need to listen to the patients.

The Physical Therapy department on the other hand I've had been experience with and have had to see them a few times for a couple problems. Very helpful and listen to their patients and figure out how to work around the problem as best they can.

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