Ephraim Mcdowell Regional Medical Center
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Their website says non profit. This is not true... You will be billed not only a more then one month's earnings bill from the hospital, but also separate doctor bills that will typically exceed two months salary for part time workers...three for part time workers who live local and have children...if you don't look forward to being in debt for several months or years...don't go to this hospital.... They do have the 50/50 doc ratio of good doctor bad docter...an matter of opinion...well the building is good and staff typically good mannered with patients...but definitely not worth all the bragging they boast..I have to add to this review - they would rather let you die in their parking lot then even set up a room for you if you can't pay or have no medical card. The only reason why they treat kids and expecting mom's good -is because they get away with cashing in on the medical cards.
If you look at every review for various hospitals most are dissing the ER or billing, both areas suck in every hospital! After touring and going to multiple areas of this hospital (outside the ER) I have found some of the nicest medical staff from techs to nurses and doctors. All very friendly and helpful and willing to show me where to go when I was utterly lost. People have unrealistic expectations, they think their conditions require immediate attention and don’t realize someone could literally be dying around the corner. I must say I have never had a positive ER experience ANYWHERE. But the hospital it self is great!
The nurses in labor and delivery are very kind and helpful they will help you with anything as long as you ask I love this hospital I’m so glad they delivered my son because their doing such an amazing job I love the girls that work here they treat you amazing...
Brought our 3 year old to the Danville ER after receiving terribly nonexistent care at their Harrodsburg location. We were promptly attended to by the receptionists, where we explained that she had fallen and refused to use her arm. We didn't think it was broke but wanted a professional opinion. We were escorted immediately to a clean station, where the staff attended to us not long after we were situated. Dr. Kyle Allen assessed the situation and said he wanted to check on some risk formulas of radiation from a potential X-ray, given her age. He came back and said since it would be an extremity scan, the potential side effects were significantly lower, so he order an X-ray. Dr. Moss and his nurse we're very nice and explained what they were going to do, prior to starting the X-rays. After scans were complete, both Dr Allen and Dr Moss came back to explain what happened and what the follow-up would be. Their prognosis and directions were easy to understand and follow. Becky and the lady who helped with our insurance were also very courteous. Overall, given the circumstances, we were glad to make the extra drive to Danville and will skip over Ephraim's Harrodburg ER location for any future emergencies.
I was born here so must not be that bad i have seen the wall more times than i want it is best hospital besides uk