Ghs Oconee Memorial Hospital

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298 MEMORIAL DRIVE, SENECA, SC 29672 USA

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(864) 482-3100
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298 MEMORIAL DRIVE, SENECA, SC 29672 USA

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Oconee Memorial Hospital
Reviewed from Google

1.9 out of 5 stars

Allan Mac Manes
Allan Mac Manes

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My wife was here for at Oconee Hospital for a colonoscopy with Dr. Le. The entire staff of the GI lab, all of the administrative and volunteers were absolutely outstanding. Everything from the routine to medical procedures were exceptionally professional. At the same time everyone exhibited a warm, supportive attitude. I wish that I could remember the individual names since they all deserve a great thank you and words of encouragement reminding them of what a great service they are providing.
After seeing some of the other reviews about the facility on the Google reviews. I wish all of the whiners could spend a short amount of time in any one of the patient care units. I am absolutely positive that most if not all would be ashamed of their complaints. I do understand that personal or family illness is very stressful time and so many things get said in a time of stress. Everyone of these healthcare providers deserve a big thank you and every bit of appreciation they receive. I can say this with 100% conviction because I spent 30+ years in health care from the big city specialty facilities to the very small hospital. I have experienced having family members cared for the small things to the life threatening illnesses. I will tell you that while there are bigger hospitals than Oconee Hospital the staff here compares with any of the well known hospitals in having great, skillful and caring heath providers.

Catherine Campbell
Catherine Campbell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My brother-in-law was taken to OMH, from a remote mountain cabin, in cardiac distress. They saved his life. The staff in Critical Care were wonderful caregivers. Thanks be to God for your service.

Terrance Breazeale
Terrance Breazeale

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

It's never less than a three hour trip and this was just for a x-ray on my ankle.

kathie stallworth
kathie stallworth

5 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

I took my husband into the Er at 4:30 AM on a recent Sat. morning from Oconee State Park with a possible GI bleed and shortness of breath. He was seen immediately and received excellent care from everyone. My needs(coffee) were met with care and concern, also. EVERYONE in the ER department was kind, knowledgeable and efficient. We felt that all tests were being done quickly and thoroughly. All results were gone over with us in great detail.

He was admitted to the fourth floor in the Progressive Care Unit. We were treated super there, also. All responded to his needs quickly and with compassion. Even the food from the hospital kitchen and Tower Grill was delicious. I asked about where to get a Coke and was told not to worry. One was brought to me in a snap. He has been followed up here by his regular doctors, and they have agreed on the treatment that was done there. The attitude of all was as it should be in a place where you are sick and in need of help.

Allie Page
Allie Page

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Went in with lower right quadrant pain and history of ovarian cyst rupture. I usually try to ride out the pain, but when it's very severe I go to er. I'm also usually a little wary of it on the right side as I still have my appendix.
New to the area and first visit to this hospital.
Waited close to 4 hours writhing in pain, was never seen. Easier to writhe around in pain in the comfort of my own home.
Have worked healthcare most of my adult life. I realize I won't be seen quickly, but 4 hours seemed excessive, especially when most of the people in there being seen were people who were laughing and smiling, while I was writhing around in pain.
Whatever. I didn't have much faith in humanity left anyway,

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