East Georgia Regional Medical Center
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1499 FAIR ROAD, STATESBORO, GA 30458 USA

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(912) 486-1500

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Mehtube
Mehtube

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

You call and politely explain the reason for the call to the clerk. Before you finish your sentence they will transfer you to an extension that does not accept messages. You’ll hear the automated voice say that the extension isn’t set up just before it hangs up on you. They are rude, unprofessional hacks who are the only option in town so they feel they can treat you however they want. A lot of the time the line will just ring and ring. I guess the presumption is we should be grateful they decided to answer in the first place. If the staff answering calls are expendable, as I’m sure they are, management should clean house and fire them all. Start a new culture there. They would be doing the hospital a huge, huge favor with very little effort.

Access Gastro Clinic
Access Gastro Clinic

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Doctors and extremely well trained and Nurses and the support are excellent- There is no need to transfer out to another hospital if you come here.

Brianne Ackerly
Brianne Ackerly

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Ok so today I had surgery at east Georgia and I will admit I was scared from all the terrible reviews but I will say I had the most amazing experience. Everyone was so great and my nurse Christine was amazing she made everything go so smoothly and was so caring. She completely talked me out of a panic attack and eased all my worries. Thank you so much!! Everyone there was great, fron the registration desk, to volunteers, all the nurses and drs. I didn’t receive anything but caring faces and smiles. Thank you east Georgia!!

Lois Taylor
Lois Taylor

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Mr H. T. Went to the EGRMC ER due to chest pain and difficulty with breathing. He was quickly seen by admissions clerk and then. Triage Nurse. He was then taking to a treatment room where a nurse came in and took his vitals. DR. Bowers then came in and ordered chest X Ray, EKG and blood work. Everyone was very professional and kind and caring. When he mentioned he was cold a nurse brought in 2 warm blankets that warmed him up right away. All staff explained what they were doing and were more then kind and friendly in treating him.
Fortunately it was determined that He had Acute Bronchitis and given 2 prescriptions and told to call if He needed anything more.
I would rate the treatment and care That he was given as A+. And I thank all who cared for my husband so well and kindly.

reagan thomas
reagan thomas

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

My Grandmother was taken to East Ga Medical Center by ambulance because she was in excruciating pain with high blood pressure and could not move what so ever. The nurse Brandi came in and seemed very sweet at first. Placed an Iv and began to draw blood. She then left. The Doctor, Ian Munger, came in, barely touched my grandmother and said it’s inflamation(arthritis). I work at a hospital so I just decided to walk around the room and I found the blood sitting by the nurses computer. When she walked in me and my family proceeded to ask, why no blood work was taken and she said the doctor said he isn’t ordering blood work because their was no indication of an emergency. He ordered two steroid shots though. He came in and tried to explain himself, the end result was if it non-emergent they don’t do blood work, basically they won’t get paid but it was emergent and he refused. Had the nerve to say “like everyone else unfortunately she is going to die someday, you can’t keep her alive forever.” The nurse was very rude at this point. Rolling her eyes, and making remarks that were inappropriate. By the end of the visit we ended up taking my Grandmother out in a wheelchair on our own and reporting Brandi to the ER manager. Worst visit yet, if I can make it to Savannah I will. She will not keep going here not getting the proper treatment. We are now at home and she is still in pain. Thanks for nothing EGMC.