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17240 CORTEZ BLVD, BROOKSVILLE, FL 34601 USA

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(352) 796-5111

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2.5 out of 5 stars

p young
p young

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

Great hospital. The nurses in the ER were awesome. So was the doctors. I got in and out in 1 hour. Very pleased with their services.

Kim Kinney
Kim Kinney

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 day ago

Just spent 2 hrs in ER waiting room and only saw triage nurse...I'm not one to complain but was having severe abdominal pain which forced me to drive myself to get checked out, only to leave after much frustration....I was getting more stressed sitting there than it was worth.. Won't be going back there....terrible service

Pamela Carver
Pamela Carver

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

UPDATED review after being admitted:::::was admitted for observation and tests to rule out possible HEART condition. My admission on 3rd Floor was horrifying! Night shift nurse actually threw one of my medications in trash and after pointing out to her it was not in the cup...she finally looked in trash.. found it and actually gave it to me!...She also was using a rolling desk chair to walk, saying her hips were so bad it was the only way she could walk...beds were not changed for over 5 days...no bed table to eat on...no personal items, like tissue, lotion, water pitcher, etc... were given or even offered. Floors were dirty in room...even had blood on bed and floor. The list goes on....as far as inpatient care. Now on the other end of the spectrum, meaning ER, Heart Testing lab downstairs, even transport people, CNA's, and other shift nurses and personnel in daytime I would rate them 4 for most and HEART TESTING I would give a 5 star rating....also ER. BUT.... I would NEVER EVER be admitted to this hospital again! Administration NEEDS to access these issues.. especially night shift and hospital inpatient treatment and conditions.. NEVER leave your loved ones alone if admitted to this hospital! NOTE:. This review based on 6/5/2018 admission.

amy fetzner
amy fetzner

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Took my son to the ER this evening for a ankle injury. We were taken back immediately. Xrays were ordered and with in 10 -15min were in the room talking them. The Dr reviewed them discussed the treatment plan. We were in and out in a little more than a hour! We recieved great service!

shawn exposito
shawn exposito

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

I went to the emergency room for symptoms of dehydration, loss of energy, confusion, and loss of breath. The examining doctor told me I was having an anxiety attack and prescribed Ativan . I explained I have cirrhosis of the liver and cannot take benzodiazepines. He prescribed Xanax wich is the same family. Then wanted to send me home. Well my sister in law called and explained, before my discharge, I wasent having an anxiety attack something is wrong with me, she would file a lawsuit against the hospital if they release me without a work up. The next doctor who came on decided to do a work up and found out I had renal failure ( kidneys stoped working)
And admitted me. Where I was treated and got to a 50% level of kidney function and doctor wanted to release me. Well, the root cause of the kidney failure was completely circumvented as was the initial evaluation diagnosis.

If I would have taken the Ativan or Xanax and went home took the pills and went to sleep with kidney failure I most likely would have die in my sleep.
Equally important, but far less dramatic, the cause of the kidney failure was due to immune system being compromised by the disease in the liver which was circumvented.

And even in the recovery room the kidneys specialist was recommending another night at the hospital but when he found out my insurance was leapsed he discharged me. After arguing with him and other rude staff members. I signed myself out. Very sick and unhappy with the over all professionalism and consent of the faculty collectively.