Fayette County Memorial Hospital

Address

1430 COLUMBUS AVENUE, WASHINGTON CH, OH 43160 USA

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Phone

(740) 333-1210
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1430 COLUMBUS AVENUE, WASHINGTON CH, OH 43160 USA

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Consumer feedback about Fayette County Memorial Hospital

Jeannette Stepp
Jeannette Stepp

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Everytime I come here it always takes forever even if theres no one around. And after they finally see you be prepared for another 2 hr wait on discharge papers. Ive been sitting here forever waiting on a prescription. And papers for my 5 yr old. Only reason I even come here is because it is close. I'm about to start making the drive to Jamestown everytime instead. Good lord get it together people.

Nikita Davis
Nikita Davis

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

I had a very serious inquiry on my credit and to make a long story short, Sherice (sorry if misspelled) in Billing was AMAZING! she was such a huge help, polite, patient. She made a horrible situation bearable.

Melissa Barrett
Melissa Barrett

1 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

I have been to pretty much every hospital in Columbus and never been treated as awful as I was treated here! I only went to that hospital because I was in the area when my medical emergency happened... Next time I will take my chances and be driven 40 minutes away rather than go back there!!! Awful!!

Amanda Pickerill
Amanda Pickerill

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Good experiences with same-day clinic

Alice Faith Wonder
Alice Faith Wonder

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

My sister had a serious allergic reaction. We came here because it was closest, but in the TWENTY MINUTE WAIT for the nurse to come out with antihistamine, my sister's face had gotten five times worse and she had broken out in hives. All this took more than two hours to go down afterwards, when it wouldn't have taken that long if they had gotten her medicine when she needed it. The nurse also had to fish around for her vein and it is going to leave my sister with a huge bruise. Altogether, with the waiting time and needle problems, I wouldn't take anyone there if I could keep from it.