Grove Hill Memorial Hospital
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Every time I’m here everyone is really friendly BUT when there is a script that need to be called in, it’s hardly ever done I have to call back to remind them to do so. This is really annoying especially on a Friday when the clinic closes early and I have to wait until Monday for myself or my child’s medicine. You all have to do better!
If I could give a zero I would! ER is the worst I've ever been in! Waited in the waiting room with Chest pains for an hour! I was left in an ER room for 11HOUR! Rude staff! If you can go somewhere please do so!
I broke my leg and was seen by the ER staff there. The nurses were attentive, the doc was compassionate - I really couldn't ask for better care.
My grandmother had a diagnosis of leukemia in the report of a CT on January 19, 2018 at this hospital. However, she nor my grandfather were told of this. The doctor (Dr. Al-Abbadi) told her she has acid re flux and was given a GI cocktail before being sent her home. She continued to suffer and on March 6, 2018 she was sent to Mobile where she was told of her leukemia. She passed on March 25, 2018. She could have started treatments in January instead of in March if the doctors had actually been doing their job. She may or may not have lived until now but I know she would not have suffered the way she did had Grove Hill Memorial Hospital done their job. The only reason I gave one star is because I had to in order to post this. I do not recommend this hospital to anyone.
You would be much better off going to see Dr Sellers at the Clarke County Animal Hospital than to go to this band aid station. My grandmother who is 88 years old and has extremely bad dementia fell yesterday morning, and was taken by ambulance to Grove Hill Hospital's new multi million dollar emergency room. She is unable to walk after her fall, and her speech is somewhat slurred due to the fact that I believe she had a small stroke before she fell. They took a few x-rays and after waiting approximately 3 hours for results, they determined that no bones were broken. No CT scan to see if she actually had a stroke or anything. They wheeled her out and said to take her home. Twenty four hours of pure hell later, she is headed to Mobile Infirmary where they have trained doctors on staff (not just borrowed doctors from other places). Maybe instead of spending all of the money to make the Grove Hill ER look better, they should have spent some money on getting a doctor or two and someone that actually knows how to run a hospital.