Deaconess Hospital

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W 800 FIFTH AVENUE, SPOKANE, WA 99210 USA

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(509) 473-5800
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W 800 FIFTH AVENUE, SPOKANE, WA 99210 USA

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Consumer feedback about Deaconess Hospital

MultiCare Deaconess Hospital
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2.3 out of 5 stars

Kenna M.
Kenna M.

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I came in to have a tilt table test done last Friday, which I was extremely nervous for. From the moment I got there, my experience was fantastic. The lady who got my wheelchair and checked me in was very sweet and helpful, as was the lady who took me and my family up to the floor where the test would be done. The two ladies who were doing the test were some of the nicest people I've ever met. They went above and beyond to help ease my worries over the test and made the overall experience so much better. I couldn't be more grateful. If you need the same test done, I'd 100% recommend doing it here if you are able.

alana adams
alana adams

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I had a wonderful time at Deaconess. I went in for a major surgery that i was terrified about and had major anxiety and the nurses were able to reassure me. After my surgery i had to spend the night and all the staff were just absolutely amazing. I got to interact with amazing nurses , Micca and Cassi,. There was another nurse that i want to give a shout out to that i had the day prior, but i cannot remember her name, But thank you yall made my stay very good. Baxter the giant pink bear and mama bear are very impressed with the quality of care that i had received.

Arianna Alvarez
Arianna Alvarez

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I came in because I had taken too much ibuprofen and as a result was dizzy, disoriented, and coughing up blood. I took the ibuprofen in an effort to deal with extremely debilitating menstrual cramps that were preventing me from walking, which I am required to do all day for my job. I was scolded by nurses for taking too much and questioned repeatedly if I was trying to hurt myself. The doctor, Patrick Connolly, outright told me I was “dumb” and to use a heating pad next time (which I cannot use at my job where I walk all day). He also made fun of the shoes I was wearing which I found to be very unprofessional. Both Dr. Connolly and the nurses (with the exception of the nurse who helped me with finances - she was very kind) were dismissive of my symptoms and I had to wait three hours for a blood test that apparently came back and was fine. I attempted to ask Dr. Connolly about birth control options (as a heating pad was not going to cut it) and was told to consider “condoms and abstinence” even though that was obviously not the problem I was having. Apparently my fiancé also heard him calling me a “weirdo” under his breath. I will never be back and I don’t recommend this place or this doctor to anyone.

Robert McClellan
Robert McClellan

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

Deaconess and Rockwood have saved my life 2 times since 2013. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion on any goods and services. All I know is the staff, Doctors, Specialists, Cartiology and Nursing staff have treated me well.

Ignatiy Vavrushko
Ignatiy Vavrushko

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

One of the Nurse named "Kim" is very bad nures with some other nurse's, and Doctor @ Deaconess hospital.
Please read other reviews also and will see Your self, what People saying about Deaconess Hospital staff (Nurse's or Doctors).. !!
God bless--people that works at Deaconess Hospital,
(Nurse's and Doctors), Peace be with you.!

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