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The emergency room was packed. In their defense, the population triples on Cape Cod during the summer and the waits are long. I was frightened because we were left alone for hours. The main nurse was awesome, he never lost his compassion and remained professional through the whole ordeal.
I’ve had 2 emergencies, in the evening and in the middle of the night on two separate occasions. This is a clean and well run hospital from my experiences. The nurse I had was very kind and memorable, he lightened the mood at 2am when I needed an MRI on my kidneys and it’s been a month or two since then.
Nichole or Nicole Don't Want To Spell It Incorrectly But Service Was A1 ...Five Star Rating All Over She Was Very Informative And Caring. If I Ever Come Back To This Hospital I Would Love her For my Nurse Thanks again 💪💪👍👍
My son accidentally posted a one star review while playing with my phone and the hospital kindly responded so I am taking the opportunity to leave a real review. We have used Cape Cod Hospital several times in the past while on the Cape and couldn’t be happier. Excellent hospital, excellent staff.
This post is in reference to Fontaine medical clinic in Harwich, another Cape Cod Healthcare urgent care facility.
*Just so everyone is prepared.*. if you do not have insurance,you must have a $200 dollar deposit to be seen at Fontaine. One of my gals were denied care this morning because she did not have $200 dollars. She was advised to go to the hospital. Bottom line, you will be denied medical care at Fontaine, if you do not have insurance or $200 up front. It's called a deposit. So they will bill you if it is more, but obviously it won't be less. As I can't see them sending you money back. This is against the law. But this is exactly what happened, I spoke with them myself. They went round and round saying the were not denying care, but. Unless you had the money or insurance you are not being seen. They did at the end say ok, send her back, we will see her, but that was after 10 minutes, of explaining that they were denying her care. So..just know, $200 dollars or no care. And she lives here and has no outstanding bills with Cape Cod Healthcare. Smh.