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Phone:

(770) 387-8182

Address:

960 Joe Frank Harris Pkwy SE, Cartersville, GA 30120, USA
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Consumer feedback about Cartersville Medical Center

Rating: 4 /5

Fred Tucker

toilet in bathroom was too small and too low. I had back surgery and could not bend that low to sit on the toilet seat. A High chair toilet seat was provided, the opening on it was too small to sit on and properly aim my penis to urinate into the toilet properly. So most of the time most of my urine was on the floor, my socks, and my feet. And this caused embarrassment for myself as well as my wife. Not to mention having to get someone to clean the floor, change my socks, and wash my feet. I would have been better off having the high chair sit in the shower because at least there is a drain there. This caused much unnecessary stress on myself and family. The last day I was there a staff member lowered the high chair a couple of inches and the results were much better. This whole issue could have been prevented had there been an adult size oblong and proper height toilet in the bathroom. For the most part the staff was professional and courteous. I believe my room number was 327 but since it has been nearly 3 months since I was there I am not positive.

Rating: 5 /5

Amber Blevins

Janna in the er was our nurse and she was super amazing. My son had a kidney stone and she made sure that he was more than taken care of. Hospitals need more caring nurses like her. I truly hope she is blessed because she blessed us with her award winning attitude.

Rating: 1 /5

Kindle Dummy

While there are some very kind, capable nurses and aids working at this hospital, the doctors and administrators are the worst and, in at least one case, barely literate. (I have a letter written by a DIRECTOR that looks like it was written by a dumb third grader.) Nobody is really sure what's going on at any given time and even the simplest things can take days. It once took us four days to get a prescription for HEART MEDICINE!!! The doctor was out playing golf or some such thing and was too busy to bother with the little people (i.e. his patients!) Avoid this place like the plague.

Rating: 5 /5

Dale Cook

I broke my ankle in 2 places and dislocated it. My nurse in the ER, Maggie, was excellent!! She answered all of my questions and made me feel more comfortable. Then I saw the Nurse Practitioner, Jennifer, and she was equally as awesome as Maggie! She also answered all of my questions. I was 2 1/2 hours away from home when my accident happened and knew nothing about your medical center. I would highly recommend your medical center! Thanks again for a pleasant experience during my trying time.

Rating: 1 /5

Judge Camp Powerlifting

We were put in our room in the Emergency Center at 12:30. It is currently 1:30 and still have not seen any doctors.