Clay County Medical Center
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The staff here is amazing and very knowledgeable. My family always receives excellent care here from compassionate people. The recently remodeled hospital is exceptional. I recently delivered my baby at this hospital and had a wonderful experience. I highly recommend Clay County Medical Center!
the staff in therapy is absolutely fantastic and anytime I have had to be in the hospital weather be in the emergency room or just one of the quick visits to the specialty clinic I am treated so well
If i could give it less i would three times have used this service such a joke they sure take your money and charge extremely high price for testing but refuse to tell you what they found very rude and unprofessional pa cant even get a doctor never again this place used to care but now its just how much that can be charged to you with no thought to the patient only their wallet if you have to drive 1000 miles before you enter their doors then you and you wellbeing are better off this place should be torn down for a parking lot thats all is good for
Went there in horrible pain from an infected tooth. Have a knot as big as a dime on it, so it's easily noticable. It's a weekend and the Christmas holidays so trying to get an appointment with my regular doctor at the VA in Topeka won't happen. First thing out of her mouth is that due to people abusing narcotics they can't give me anything for my pain. Told me in the snobbiest manner that she could give me a shot and that's all she could do. Lied to me about hospital policy and when I asked to see that policy was denied. This e.r is an absolute joke they must just hire anyone off the street wether they know anything or not.
Spoke with two practitioners that advised an ER visit to the nearest hospital, so I call ahead and to clay county medical. They agree that it would be best to come in. Waited for two hours in the ER, (the only patients in the ER waiting room) and then when I was finally able to speak with the APRN, she refused to do any testing and implied that I did not have a "real illness" by telling me that she just released four people with a "real illness." Meanwhile, I'm presenting with a rash, fatigue, nausea, and had a fever earlier in the day. This is all a couple days after finding and removing at least four ticks.
Your job is not to send patients to different hospitals if they don't show each and every textbook symptom or if you can't figure out what is wrong. Your job is to listen to your patients. We are coming to you for help. It makes me even more nauseous to realize that in my father's final hours he came to this very hospital and was treated exactly like this. The only difference was, he died. By the time he was flown to a competent medical center, it was too late. Extremely disappointed, Clay County Medical Center, extremely disappointed.