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I'm in room 266 right now. This is the worst hospital I have ever been in I came in Wednesday for kidney removed have spent 80 percent of my time alone and crying in pain they have forgot about me. I've had 1 meal since wed I can't move by room is a massive got 5 cups sitting around 2 containers of urine thank God I go home tomorrow pray that I make it
I needed to have a diagnostic test and my experience was great. Friendly staff and they got me in and out quickly and were very friendly through the whole process. The part of the facility I was in was clean and modern.
Arrived for early morning testing and was greeted cordially. Taken in right on time. The technicians and physician’s assistant were professional and fully explained each step of the procedure. Treatment room was very clean. My first experience with GTMH was good.
My first review. Was admitted after an car accident. The worst hospital experience I ever had. 3 broken ribs, bruised lungs and a bloody face from windshield collision. 4 hours just for an IV of ibuprofen for pain. I asked several times to use the restroom and for a cup of water. 4 hours later I just unhooked got water and signed out
I feel compelled to write a review of my experience here because of all the negative ones- I am 33 years old and have been to Georgetown hospital 4 times the past year for heart palpitations/ dyspnea and each time I have been in/out in 3 hours, recieved all the appropriate tests, was treated VERY well by ALL of the staff. I live in pawleys island and prefer coming here verses Waccamaw hospital because it's usually less crowded and I've had nothing but great experiences here. I read the previous reviews posted and one woman stated that her daughter's AFib wasn't properly diagnosed- when AFibs are only caught when you wear a 30 day holter monitor, do stress tests etc. In that case you need to be referred to a cardiologist who can monitor your symptoms and properly treat them- to blame an ER for not finding something that comes and goes like an Afib is RIDICULOUS. My only complaint with this hospital is that they need to reiterate to the patients that they can and will refer you to a specialist- this has been my problem with Georgetown hospital, I have been in/out 3 times for the same problems and had no idea i could go through more extensive testing through their doctors (stress tests, extended holter monitors etc).