Columbia Sc Va Medical Center

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6439 GARNERS FERRY ROAD, COLUMBIA, SC 29209 USA

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(803) 695-6818
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6439 GARNERS FERRY ROAD, COLUMBIA, SC 29209 USA

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Consumer feedback about Columbia Sc Va Medical Center

Linda Luck
Linda Luck

4 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

I was treated respectable. ER wait time was a little long. Parking after 0900 hours till about 1300 hours is really bad. After finding out what was wrong, they moved pretty fast to get me taken care of. My kidney Dr. was an expert in his specialty. However, I didn't like how he responded to me in general. I thought he talked down to me as I was supposed to know about medical things. My stay in the hospital was good. Pain Dr. was awesome, Nurses and staff were great, I give five stars to my post op in hospital care.

Richard henley
Richard henley

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Waited 10 months to get my trigger finger fixed. I was finally source out to palmetto health. I was also set detain by the VA police and held in the ER for 16 hrs for something I didn't say. My mental health doctor did not talk to me but just sign off on my detainment. While I was in the ER I was denied medicine for diabetes. I also have a messed up bowel system. I asked for a laxative and was refused. The disrespect add lack of treatment at at this VA is shameful. Watch out if you go to the VA and watch out if you're in the mental health. I am now looking at buying my own insurance because I cannot get treated with respect and cannot be treated in a reasonable amount of time.

Bob M
Bob M

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

We moved from Texas (VA great there) to South Carolina...
Read some of the Negative reviews so somewhat nervous to go there...
It's been over two years from last visit in Texas so wanted to register & update my records...
VERY CLEAN & Helpful workers, I was impressed....
Went in at 10:00 AM & out at Noon....
Updated financial & picture ID...
Went to Emergency for vitals & Free pills...
Was waiting in Emergency lobby for 5 minutes & nurse came out greeting & smiling...
Said they were getting a room ready for us with a Happy voice....
Waited another 10 minutes & then called in...
Met pharmacist to get an emergency sugar level pills...
Also gave me a free blood sugar meter & 50 test strips... :)

Follow up on Lab & doctor....
Another great experience on my Lab & doctor visit...
Was done on Saturday for first timers & no crowds...
Went in around 1 PM & out around 3 PM...
Made an appointment in 3 months for doctor (Blue Team) on follow up...
Couldn't be happier with the VA in Columbia, SC ... :)
Made an appointment for this coming Saturday (7 days) for blood work...
Then went to Pharmacist to pick up Free drugs, took about 10 minutes...
On way out there was a brass band playing in the main lobby & free cake... :)
I tried to give extra details to help others for this VA in Columbia, SC...
Bob

Gail Hayes
Gail Hayes

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Visit with daughter and autistic grandson for appointment and the staff was amazing! They went out of their way to include our 5 yr old gifted wonder who aspires to become a Doctor. Many places are untrained to recognize the autistic child or can just be impatient and rude in their daily routine and could care less about good patient care but at Dorn Medical Center there was an atmosphere from the greeters, lab techs, Medshore transport/ medics to the Doctors of reaching out to make that a Hospital visit maximized and valued for every patient because their patient's are are valued. ( Hoping one day they will feel that value)

Edward Van Buren
Edward Van Buren

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

After reading many negative reviews about the ER department, I was hesitant to visit. I read of long wait times in excess of 5-6 hours. I read of staff that were indifferent to patients.

I arrived at 10:30 am, and was in X-ray within 20 minutes. After 2 1/2 - 3 hours, I was headed home. In that time, I was X-rayed, triaged, given a cortisone shot, picked up my prescription and was done.

The staff was extremely friendly and professional. First impressions are everything and mine was a good one. I believe that if you treat the staff the way you would like to be treated, they will return the favor. You get out of it, what you put in.