Davie Medical Center
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223 HOSPITAL STREET, MOCKSVILLE, NC 27028 USA

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(336) 751-8100

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Davie Medical Center
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3.6 out of 5 stars

John Wicker
John Wicker

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I went here for shoulder surgery, and was very impressed. The staff is very kind and knowledgeable. They went far and beyond to help me. I recommend to this hospital to everybody.

Maggie Wicker
Maggie Wicker

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

All of the staff members were very polite from the moment we walked in the door. The doctors and nurses are very knowledgeable and professional. The establishment is clean.

David Ballard
David Ballard

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

This rating is being given after several attempts to schedule both, a Eco cardiogram (for an evaluation of a suspected ascending aortic aneurysm and heart valve replacement study) After several attempts by my pcp, myself and the cardiologist and about 2 weeks, got the appointment. (TX pending with cardiologist). Screening test for colon cancer positive, Requested appointment with gastroenterologist. Karen, a triage nurse in the GI department, allegedly misread my chart,
made an assumption, and failed to notify me they were not QUALIFIED,
AT DAVIE HOSPITAL TO PERFORM THE NEEDED PROCEDURE, AND REFERED ME TO BAPTIST HOSP. IN WINSTON. (citing risk associated with "medications" ) note: the contraindication for the procedure was related to Coumadin WHICH had been D/C'd months ago. IT WAS ONLY AFTER I CONTACTED THE GI DEPARTMENT, SEVERAL DAYS AFTER THE REQUEST . IT IS MY BELIEF SHE WOULD NOT (KAREN) NOTIFIED ME, HAD I NOT CALLED HER, AT LEAST 3 DAYS AFTER SHE HAD MADE HER ACTION. NEXT STEP IS FILE COMLPLAINT WITH
BOARD OF NURSEING.

Shannon Tuttle
Shannon Tuttle

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Burned myself badly when a radiator hose come loose on a car that affected my entire arm on a Sunday. I was able to get a little pain medication from a family member to weather the storm while i kept it wrapped. On the following Wednesday the pain became unbearable and i was worried about it being infected. I went into the emergency room to get it checked. First time I've been seen by a doctor in years. I was told by the doctor that i needed to cover it in Silver sulfadiazine cream and to contract the burn center as soon as i could to be seen. He told me what he was going to be prescribing for pain for the duration until i could get into the burn clinic and i told him that that may not be enough considering what i had taken before i got there. He agreed and told me to "double up" to make it bearable. Come Friday i found out that the numbers to the clinic they advised on the paperwork was wrong and when i finally got the right number on my own they were closed. I then called back because i knew my medication would run out during the weekend. I was told by the nurse to go into urgent care. I called ahead to the urgent care an they said they couldn't help an that i needed to go back to the original doctor to get a refill. I then go back to the emergency room to explain my situation an also to inform them that they didn't give me the cream i was supposed to get in the first place. I was told that there was nothing they could do. I would have to be re admitted to the emergency room to get any help for the same exact thing i was there 2 days ago for. For another 200 dol co pay with insurance. As expected i run out of my meds on Saturday so i do what i was told to do an go back to the emergency room. I sit for 2 hours just to be told there is nothing can be done about my pain medication. Why wasnt i prescribed the correct amount or strength to begin with? Why was i told to double up on my doses when it won't last me? Why didn't i get my Silver sulfadiazine cream to begin with? Why was i told to go to urgent care when they are of no help? Why was i told to come back to the emergency room to get my script refilled when they are not allowed by law to give more? Ill tell you why. MONEY. they get to charge your insurance and hit you with another co pay due to their incompetent service. So 400 dollars later in co pay plus what they get to charge my insurance i get to spend my Saturday in a hospital where no one can help and a weekend in pain. I get there are policys in place due to the opiod epidemic but i did everything like i should and what i was told to do. All i got was misinformed, not properly perscribed an downright forgot my main item to treat my problem. Just to be told to come on back!
After spending thousands on insurance an co pays an being forced by law to pay these prices you would expect a higher level of care. This is what's wrong with heath care. Dont come here unless you're dying. But hey! They can afford to build another one the next city over .

dominic ferri
dominic ferri

3 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I have received excellent care from both Doctors I have seen. The problem is when in pain nobody wants to dispense any pain meds. I understand there is an epidemic out there but.....lets take each case seperatly. A 61 year old man being made to feel like a drug addict because he is in pain.told to go to prime care to get meds. Makes no sense