Halifax Health Medical Center

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303 N CLYDE MORRIS BLVD, DAYTONA BEACH, FL 32114 USA

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Consumer feedback about Halifax Health Medical Center

Troy Lyle
Troy Lyle

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

This hospital is the worst in the state of Florida. The wait was unbelievable. Took almost 2 hours to see a doctor in the ER. All the stations were empty. You had to walk around to find a nurse. They had plenty of red shirts. They empty the trash. But not medical professionals. Do not go here if you can avoid it. This is not the first time we had this problem but it will be our last.

David Leinfelder
David Leinfelder

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

My sister is in the ICU at the Fountain Building. While she has been there the nurses and all the care givers have been absolutely the best. They have given her the best possible treatment and done so with professionalism.
I feel like she is getting the best possible care and would recommend the hospital to anyone. I read some of the other reviews, and I know that usually people that want to vent are the only ones that take the time to right a review. The people who were completely satisfied, unfortunately, don't write reviews. If I could give them 10 stars, I would do that, without
hesitation.

Maria Escobar
Maria Escobar

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

My husband went for checking his arteries possible blockage and the doctor said he got one good news and one bad news. To make the story short they told my husband had leukemia. He was admitted for a biopsy of bone marrow. Next day they said he can't have the procedure done because he needs to be off the blood thinners medication. Now didn't they know what kind of medication my husband was on? So now they said the new blood tests was totally different. Are you f** kidding me? What the hell are you doing. We asked for him to get discharged and rather see his own oncologist because you people don't know sht.

fern castillo
fern castillo

3 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

The receptionist at the check in desk was absolutely awful! She was no help and didn’t try to make the process faster or easier. She was judgmental and didn’t know how to talk to people. If it weren’t for everyone else making the experience good, I’d give this place one star. We were brought in fast and helped quickly. Everyone else was helpful. The first face anyone sees in a facility is the most important. Disappointing.

Jeannie Baldwin
Jeannie Baldwin

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I was in Halifax for emergency surgery in February 2019. I was there for 3 days- no one ever came into the room to clean it, only to take the trash out. If something fell on the floor it stayed there. My room looked trashed when I left it to go to a rehab place. I didn’t receive the basket of soap, lotion, and things I needed for after surgery care until 3 days later when I was packing to leave. At one point I asked the aide to get the head nurse. She sent in my nurse-the one I was having a problem with. When my nurse out right refused to get the head nurse I then I rang the call bell. When someone answered the bell and said “May I help you?”, my nurse talked over me, not allowing my voice to be heard and said she was taking care of it. After she left I looked for my call bell and it was on the floor. I felt totally powerless and scared. I had just had hip surgery and couldn’t move or yell for help.