Harrison County Hospital

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1141 HOSPITAL DR NW, CORYDON, IN 47112 USA

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(812) 738-4251
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1141 HOSPITAL DR NW, CORYDON, IN 47112 USA

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Harrison County Hospital
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2.9 out of 5 stars

Rene Simpson
Rene Simpson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Excellence was seen here today. EVERYONE I encountered were extremely kind. Dr Flemming showed compassion and took my concerns seriously. Nurse Megan was very caring. They also had a great support staff of nursing students (Christine and another student nurse,
I'm sorry I can't remember her name) that will definitely be great nurses soon. I feel much better than I did when I arrived. Thanks to each of you.

Kyle Kopp
Kyle Kopp

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Er doctor told us to come in it would take 5 min to get stictches removed have been here all morning waiting now noone will remove them. Several patients in and out and we are still waiting. Absolutely ridiculous!

Marisa
Marisa

1 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

I want to warn anyone that may have the misfortune of being taken here without knowing the hospitals in this area.

I was having what I thought was a stroke and was unsure what was happening to me. My face, hands, and feet were losing feeling for no apparent reason and it became hard to breath. I called 911 unsure what to do as at the time I was driving alone in the middle of no where. I will not mention how terrible the EMT was as they are not affiliated with this hospital.

I was taken to this hospitals ER and was immediately disregarded. I disclosed to them immediately that I had a "condition" (that I will not disclose publicly) in order to help them diagnostically as I thought at the time that being truthful was beneficial to my health and well being. I did not want anyone to know of my condition other than them they seemed to understand. However, not long after, the doctor disclosed this condition to two of my coworkers and told me that my very traumatic reaction that I have never experienced before in my life was a panic attack and that I should simply "breathe" it away if it happens again. Turns out they just ignored the fact that I had a reaction due to low potassium and I am currently on medication to regulate that. But no, it must be that I have anxiety, right?

I truly regret ever calling 911 and being taken to this hospital. I should have simply pulled my car off on the side of the road and laid in a ditch and waited for whatever was happening to me to pass as I would have gotten the same amount of care in that ditch as I did in the hospital without the 1000+ medical bill. I also could have avoided the fact that they disclosed personal medical information to coworkers of mine without consulting me first and the discomfort of having to talk to them about it and ask them not to disclose it to others too.

Bekah Roberts
Bekah Roberts

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

[sarcasm] Way to go almost killing my little 11 month old cousin by not giving her proper tests. Absolutely flawless service, keep it up. [/sarcasm]

jen mulvaney
jen mulvaney

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I went in for bleeding at 13 weeks of pregnancy. The woman at registration was kind and sweet. We were called back to the ER within minutes after arrival and quickly attended to by the nurse on duty, Rebekah, who was polite and professional. She took my vitals and soon the Dr. Reisert came in. He did a quick assessment and ordered an ultrasound.
A woman named Jennifer took us to the ultrasound room. She was also awesome and kind. The ultrasound tech, Shannon, was sweet and professional. Jennifer took us back to the room and said she would find out for me if I could get copies of the ultrasound pictures. She did and later the nurse brought the prints to me.
A phlebotomist named Michelle came in and took blood. She was funny and sweet. She said I was her easiest patient all day because I had great veins.
It wasn’t long until Dr. Reisert and Rebekah came back to give us the news that our baby had no heartbeat and was very small and underdeveloped for its gestational
age. I could tell it was very difficult for Dr. Reisert to have to be “the bearer of bad news”. He said it was the worst part of his job. He answered our questions and provided a copy of the report with the diagnosis when my husband asked for it. He let us know I could choose to go home and let nature take its course or I could come back at any time if I needed anything. He gave me a prescription for pain medication for when the “passing” of the fetus took place, which I was very grateful for. Rebekah was kind and professional and offered all the resources we might need and an OB/GYN’s number to follow up with. We arrived at 2:30 and were leaving by 5:30ish, so it was also a mercifully short stay and soon we were on our way home to process and grieve in our own space.
I thank God for all these people and their kindness and professionalism in a difficult and emotional situation. Everyone we dealt with was helpful and kind to us.
I would highly recommend the ER services at Harrison County Hospital and the professionals that work there.

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