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If I could give this establishment zero stars I would. Unfortunately, I had not read the reviews before the ambulance took my husband to this establishment. The nurse I dealt with was EXTREMELY unprofessional. I guess she thought she was working at Burger King and did not need to exhibit any form of medical training or basic manners.
One word answers when you ask a question about patient care is NOT acceptable in any way shape form or fashion. Lying to patient families is also NOT acceptable in any shape form or fashion. Take heed to the reviews and do not send your loved one to this ER.
I took my husband there with abdominal pain and even though they were extremely busy they got him back in a room fairly quickly and took amazing care of him. The only complaint I had was the triage nurse was very slow I didn't get her name but that's not the main point of this review. We saw the PA John he was amazing he listened to my husband and found out what was going on. They nurse we had was on top of things even though she was extremely busy. I will continue to take my family to this ER if need be. I do find it sad that we have to drive almost an hour away from where we live to get excellent medical care when Northeast Georiga Medical Center in only 15 minutes from our house. I would recommend this hospital to everyone that needs quality medical care. Thank you for a job well done.
I was admitted to H.C.M.C in November 29th with pheunomia, low o2 and low potassium. I had gone through the worst of it at home. I have always had nothing but the up most respect for this hospital. The nurses were amazing and my Doctor was extremely pleasant and awesome! I got released the next day around lunch .The day I left I was shaking extremely bad and my parents had picked me up and my Mom kept asking me why I was shaking so bad. I assumed it was because since 07 I've been taking my meds at the exact same time all these years and they had gotten them way off track. Well as the day progressed I continued to shake more and more. That night I literally thought I would die in pain. I went through more agony than I can possibly explain!!!! The day I was released they put my pain Patch on me at 5am. I strategically do it in time. The next am at 7am I decided just to look at my patch! I was put on a 50mcg patch instead of a 100mcg!!!!!!!! Due to someone Not doing their job they put me through withdawls and gave me 24hrs of pure hell. This ruined the respect I had!!!! I'm completely Dissappoined and angry that I was put through this...
My mom was taken there after a stroke. This place was terrible. Every person who interacted with her needed to be reminded that she'd had a stroke and couldn't stand or walk on her own. Couldn't move her right arm or hand. Every person had to be reminded of her preferred name (middle name so she would recognize when they were speaking to her). In her confusion she would try to pull herself out of the bed with her good arm. Family had to stay with her every night to make sure she didn't fall out of bed. Medicines weren't given properly to assist with this agitation or sleep. Communication among personnel and between them and family was TERRIBLE. Family was relied on to feed her, bathe her and clean her up after help with the potty. My elderly father was exhausted and his health was affected. So glad she has now escaped this place.
I was sent to the ER by urgent care for chest pain. I arrived at about 4:45pm. They took me back quickly and put me in a room. They did an EKG, came and put an IV in and took blood, took an X-ray, and gave me something to drink that was supposed to ease the pain if it was caused by my stomach. The nurse came back once to ask if the pain was better. It was not. Then I sat there. For about 2 hours while nothing happened. I think they forgot I was there. My nurse, Heather, came and said she was leaving at 7pm. She said I’d have a new nurse, but I don’t recall the name she said. The PA came in at about 7:45 and said that everything was negative for a heart attack (thankfully), but they wanted to do one more blood test. I was assured it would only be about 15 more minutes. At 9pm I went in the hallway and asked a nurse to come remove my IV line. He did so and said he would go check to see if the doctor was going to talk to me. I gave up and left at 9:30pm. I will die of a heart attack before I go back there. If I had been having one I probably would have died there.