Bronson Methodist Hospital

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601 JOHN STREET 42, KALAMAZOO, MI 49007 USA

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(269) 341-6000
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601 JOHN STREET 42, KALAMAZOO, MI 49007 USA

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Bronson Methodist Hospital
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3.3 out of 5 stars

J Henery
J Henery

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 days ago

Don’t go in after midnight ER is painfully slow!!! Unless you’re an addict or can fake real well, the wait is unacceptable!!!! Supposedly was just waiting for a room to get cleaned 2 1/2 hours is a bit much. 14 people just standing around but no one can clean room...”Not My Job!” Poor service!!!!! No stars is more appropriate!!

Tammy Bingham
Tammy Bingham

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

A loved one of mine went to the ER today to be seen. He was in extreme pain to the point he barely could drive there. Several people were taken in before him that arrived after he did. He was basically just put in a wheel chair and forgotten, even though he was wailing out in pain. I was out of town, but he asked if I could help somehow by calling. So I called them and was told the first time that he was 2nd in line to be seen. However; several people were taken in before him after that call. I called again, and was basically told to stop calling because there was nothing else they could do. Apparently this hospital is short staffed and someone needs to figure this problem out.

Ashley Addison
Ashley Addison

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

In March this year I visited this Hospital
Thinking that I would get the help I needed but instead the worst happend A doctor or medical professional failed me I asked for a cup of water and was given a cup of water and ice that had a drug in it after I taste a little few seconds shortly that drug begin to make me want it..I was with my children and had to hold myself together and pray. That was the worst night of my life. This was like.around 2 am. I thank God for.Jesus because I'm.still here today and God has plans for me..I would not recommend this hospital to anyone I can't blame everyone but someone failed.... I want Justice!

I'm getting better each day...by the Grace of God

Shane Davis
Shane Davis

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

I had driven my transgender daughter into the ER. She was very sick & it was just the two of us, so I dropped her at the entrance to go park my car. I thought perhaps she could at minimum give her name before I made it inside. When she walked in to register her throat was extremely swollen as she tried to speak & the nurse & security guard just laughed in her face. So, she just sat down & waited for me. At check in she had a fever of 106. We spent more time in the waiting room (with other staff that refused to give the names of those who insulted my child) than in the exam room. She was released. We went to her doctor who immediately recognized her need for treatment (one would assume that a properly trained medical "professional" in a hospital setting would recognize it also if they hadn't found themselves so amused by a deathly ill transgender child) & called the hospital to have her admitted right away. No apologies were ever given. However, the impatient staff on the Pediatric Unit were very kind. ER staff should remember what they signed up for as far as the care of human beings, it's not the lunch rush at Burger King. I'll never in life forget that, knowing how terribly sick she was & she couldn't even go to the hospital to be treated humanely.

Joe Christensen
Joe Christensen

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Their referral policy is ridiculous! Shortly after moving to the area I had to go to the ER for an acute health issue because no provider would see me without a referral. Now my son requires a follow up visit with a pediatric neurosurgeon after suffering a skull fracture in Chicago about 2 weeks ago. Apparently 2 weeks isn't enough time to get a referral coordinated in todays healthcare system so we will likely have to use the ER again for the basic level of care. What a joke.