Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell

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ONE CAPITAL WAY, PENNINGTON, NJ 8534 USA

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Consumer feedback about Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell

Joan Pachucki
Joan Pachucki

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 days ago

We brought my mother in law to ER last night . The staff was amazing and helpful from security to triage nurse , to staff nurse , X-ray tech and MD . They were very kind and caring and the room was very clean .

Briana Johnson
Briana Johnson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I took My brother here after He was put in the waiting room at RWJ Hamilton, the Emergency room experience here was AWESOME they were very attentive to my brother and treated him very compassionately. I made the right choice by leaving RWJ Hamilton and speeding over to Hopewell. will be back in the future for any immediate urgent care! WAY TO GO Capital Health Hopewell Keep up the great WORK!

Francis Schmitt
Francis Schmitt

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

ALL INVOLVED WITH HOSPITAL WERE PROFESSIONAL AND COURTEOUS, FRIENDLY AND HELPFUL AND THEIR CANCER TREATMENT ON ME WAS A GODSEND SAVED ME FROM BEING MAMED BY SURGERY.....THANK YOU DR CHEN AND HIS ENTIRE TEAM AND STAFF

O Moon
O Moon

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Dr. Greg Corcoran at the Capital Health ER in Hopewell needs to be counseled on how to relate to patients. I was transported to the ER yesterday and he was the doctor tending to me through the duration of 5 hours. He rolled his eyes at me when I questioned him about my blood pressure numbers before getting discharged. The conversation escalated when I questioned about his rolling eyes, as responded saying how it is frustrating for me to question him. Therefore, I refused to continue dealing with him and asked to speak to someone else. We were now raising voices and he was commanding for me to "be quiet" and how I can talk to his back if I don't want to listen to him. Meanwhile, I am repeatedly asking him to speak to someone above him and he then claims he is the director at the hospital in a very arrogant and condescending tone. Yes, we had a shouting match for everyone to hear and I walked out the ER room among a sea of looking eyes. I felt ashamed, embarrassed, belittled, and taken advantage of. There is more I will not share but I do work for a Pharma company and also in a hospital ER per diem. You don't treat patients in this dismissive and condescending manner. I know better to ask questions about my health and condition so I can be well informed as a patient, and be able to relay the proper and accurate information to my primary care doctor. Thankfully, a wonderful and informative Nurse in the ER named Sara.H came to the rescue and explained what this man apparently could not do. PATIENTS are the core of the healthcare system. No matter WHO you are, at one point or another, you are a PATIENT. Patients REQUIRE and DESERVE the best care, treatment, respect, dignity and compassion that one can give. I found this lacking from my ER visit with this so called doctor. This is my experience and people should know.

Alexis Harris
Alexis Harris

1 out of 5 stars

posted 6 days ago

OB TRIAGE LITERALLY RUSHED ME OUT , BARELY DEALING WITH WHAT I WENT THERE FOR. THEY LACK COMMON COURTESY & CONCERN FOR THERE PATIENTS. IF YOUR NOT IN LABOR, OUT U GO ! THE DOCTOR HAD SOOO MANY SLY COMMENTS IT WAS UNBELIEVABLE. I WISH I COULD A DO HOME BIRTH !