Fairview Northland Regional Hospital

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911 NORTHLAND DR, PRINCETON, MN 55371 USA

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(763) 389-1313
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911 NORTHLAND DR, PRINCETON, MN 55371 USA

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Consumer feedback about Fairview Northland Regional Hospital

Jeremy Miller
Jeremy Miller

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Scheduled clinic visit at Specialty Clinic (the new building) was nearly double the cost of other regular clinics. I wouldn't suggest going to the Specialty Clinic for lower level diagnosis. The Dr. did give us accurate, sound medical advice though.

McKenna Peterson
McKenna Peterson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

My boyfriend went in to have hernia surgery and we were told that all went well. While his mother and I waited for him we never got to see, talk to, or meet the surgeon. Robert brownawell. When we got to go back in to my boyfriends room we asked to see the surgeon saying that we hadn’t. The nurse doing the discharge work told us that everything went fine there was no surprises. Two weeks later when he went in for a check up with Robert he learned that they had also removed a cyst that’s why there was another incision in his navel. Not sure why we weren’t told this before. Or why we were told it all went according to plan when we were all unaware that he had a cyst and that they had also Removed it. I definitely do not feel comfortable going to the hospital again. How do you not tell a patient you also had to cut them open in another spot and remove something else in their body. I am very upset and feel that this has got to be some kind of violation. If it had to be removed it had to be removed and I understand but not telling your patience you also dug around to take something else out is not okay.

Kathy Boughton
Kathy Boughton

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I was hospitalized four months ago for a week at Princeton Hospital. I was treated with care, respect, and taken seriously. The nurses are by far, AMAZING, as well as the doctor's! Tonight, I ended back in the ER and was once again treated with care, respect, and again, taken seriously for my ailment. I love the small town feel, how everyone, from the greeter to the receptionist, nurses, doctor's, x-ray technicians, billing... literally everyone, treats you with care. Thank you Princeton hospital for taking care of me.

Tony
Tony

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I went to the specialty care clinic a few months ago. My appointment was for 10:30. I was called in to the exam room at 11:10. I sat in the exam room until 11:55. The Physicians assistant came in asked a few questions then left saying the Dr. would be in shortly. Finally at 12:40 the Dr. came in asked me 2 questions and left. My time with the Dr. was 27 seconds, I timed it.
Today I had an appointment at 11:00. After waiting in the waiting room and then later the exam room, I left at 12:25 without seeing a Doctor.
Hey Fairview, your patients time is valuable to them, how about you respect them?

Dylan Halvorson
Dylan Halvorson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 days ago

To bad I can’t give it a half of a star because I would. The experience I have had as a EMS provider bringing patients here have been bad. But the icing on the cake is back in June of 2018 my father was rushed by me to this hospital because it was the closest hospital to where he was living at the time and he was criticial. He was in the ER three times in the same week with the same sypthoms and every time the doctor ran the same battery of test and said go home and follow up with primary care. Mind you the doctors can see the chart and test results from the past visits and never mentioned abnormal test results to us or my father. When there was major changes every time he was in well in the end he had sepsis ( blood infection) that was causing neurological and physical changes. Thanks to one doctor here that cared he found this and started a course of treatment and had my father transferred to another hospital in Minneapolis by life flight but he died two weeks later due to the infection being to advanced and spread to his whole body. This was the official cause of death. If you can avoid this hospital at all cost I would recommend it

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