Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital



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Jody Ann
Jody Ann

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I had a heart attack, 80 percent blockage to my main cad, they misdiagnosed me, took me off my normal meds, that they realized too late it was a mistake, I cried, I was scared, they argyed and fought, Dr after Dr, right to the security, the experience left me traumatized, I will be eternally grateful I was ambulance to Brigham's in Boston, who did immediate surgery to my heart, I'm alive because of them. They moved into action, diligently, competent, with care, and the relief to know i was getting proper treatment without more damage to my heart .it was the most frightful .for a sprained ankle go to Faulkner, if it's life or death, go to Brigham's in Boston

Walas Dexaus
Walas Dexaus

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Faulkner Hospital is one of the best hospital ever. The medical team really car for their patients.Keep it up faulkner

Hippie Love
Hippie Love

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

Had a tic attack the doctor rolled his eyes at everything i said repeatedly saying yup but was completely ignoring me. The nurses would also walk by my room and laugh in my face.

samaher baro
samaher baro

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Awhile ago, Planned Parenthood recommended a check-up and a full x-ray for my breast. Based on my address, the nearest hospital was Faulkner. After checking if PP forwarded my info/records to Faulkner, I did book/confirm my appointment. Going to the hospital, I was kind off hesitant as it was a snow-day, I called to check and they were open. Upon my arrival, the receptionist asked me to pay up front before going in; which was a long hassle to find where to pay, most workers did not even know how much x-ray costs.
Waiting for my doctor for awhile in an empty clinic, the wait was over 45mins. For its worth, I thought x-ray would be a full screening for my breast in which she had PP's records of me. Yet as soon as she walked in, she asked which area is concerning me. She later talked briefly in an uninformative way and left. It did take her 3 minutes to leave me with more questions and concerns.

Few months later, I am doing a full checkup again in another hospital. I did realize that what I had of services and help in Faulkner was not accommodating. Some patients come with small/bigger health concerns and it is the doctor's job to assist and help.

Jeanne Kent
Jeanne Kent

4 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

Although parking is tough, valet service is provided at a minimal fee.
Most doctors I've met are caring. Coffee scent greets you in the main lobby.
Clean facilities. Efficient office staff. Overlooks the Arnold Arboretum.
Sometimes around noon, a piano player in the lobby. Nice if you're waiting for someone.
They also have a free shuttle service I used to Forest Hills station. I wish the bus had seatbelts on it when driver goes behind Arnold Arboretum's curving hill.

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