Colleton Medical Center

Address

501 ROBERTSON BOULEVARD, WALTERBORO, SC 29488 USA

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Phone

(843) 782-2000
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501 ROBERTSON BOULEVARD, WALTERBORO, SC 29488 USA

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Colleton Medical Center
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3.3 out of 5 stars

Marjorie Hill
Marjorie Hill

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I appreciate so much the team in Physical Therapy. They’ve helped me so much. They’re the best! Thanks everyone!

Trey A
Trey A

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

From the ER to the nurses on floor 3 I was treated very well and appreciate all who helped me during my recent bouts of diverticulitis. Thank you

Perry Smith
Perry Smith

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Last Saturday I showed up at the emergency room outpatient area early afternoon . I was surprised and relieved that I was the only one in the waiting room / lobby area figured this would be a quick trip.I spoke to the young lady at the registration desk explain to her that all I needed was to have my blood drawn for lab work she told me okay go ahead and have a seat. After roughly 45 minutes at least 15 people came in behind me, some of who were already being called back.I got up approached the young lady and asked her if they had forgotten about or possibly just overlooked me she made comment back that she had already told them that I was still waiting, that she did not know what was going on. after an hour I pulled out my cell phone and I called the hospital got the directory and contacted the lab myself told him who I was what I was doing how long I've been there they had no idea I was even out there waiting while on the phone a young nurse in the waiting room area overheard me, she approached and asked if she could possibly help, I said can you, she said she thought she could. I thanked her and handed her my paperwork. Needless to say, after 1 and 1/2 hours I had a 2-minute procedure done to have blood drawn.
Had it not been for that young nurse I may possibly still be sitting there.
Wish I had got her name.

Danielle Wilkerson
Danielle Wilkerson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

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

Vloger 101
Vloger 101

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

This is the worst hospital ever. Some of the Doctors are so mean to their patients, talk to them like they don't have respect for them. I have Sickle Cell and I came in for day in the morning at 2:45am, complaining that my toes and legs were hurting. After running some test, my blood was extremely low, so they decided to keep me. Well, when they changed shifts, the day time nurses were very RUDE!! I had needed two pints of blood, because mines had done drop to a 5.4 and too low for my doctor and me. Monday morning came for the the Doctor to make their rounds and I was sound asleep and the doctor took it as I was too drugged up. I justed want to take a nap. So, now I'm in here suffering in pain wait on my blood...