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This hospital is not what i expected they are very slow!!! We been here for almost two hours an still have not been seen. If it wasn't to late I would of went to another hospital my step daughter is in pain an my little boy has to go to school tomorrow. I really hope they get faster services
This Is By Far The Worse Hospital I Have Ever Encountered!!! I have been left with nerve damage in both feet from a bad spinal tap after giving birth a year ago! Till this day I am still dealing with it! NOW I am here with my sick son & they refuse to test him for the flu! The doctor SAYS BECAUSE ITS A WAIST OF MONEY! This is such a let down!!! I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS HOSPITAL TO ANYONE!!!!!
From the moment we walked in the door every staff member we encountered were very hospitable!!
I can't speak for in-patient care but the ER department is very knowledgeable, professional, and caring. While traveling up I95 I had occasion to stop at the ER with symptoms of nausea, dizziness, and vomiting. They quickly triage'd me and worked hard to get me on the mend and out the door. They excelled in what they do and I'll take this opportunity to thank them.
I was given a choice as to whether I wanted to go to Orangeburg or Walterboro. I chose Walterboro. I was brought by ambulance not being able to walk or talk and throwing up violently. The ER was find. I was given a CT scan and an MRI because they were treating me for a stroke. I was sent home the next day still not walking or talking and experiencing a terrible headache. I believe THEY should have referred me to a neurologist in Charleston or Columbia to test me further. Instead I had to pay to see my family practitioner and get them to refer me. I was admitted on 1/22/19 and my neurologist appointment is 2/14/19. That’s ridiculous. In the mean time, due to my lightheadedness , I slipped and now have to have a full left hip replacement on 2/25/19. All of this could have been avoided had they just referred me to a specialist.