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Having had 2 inpatients surgeries in the last two years I must say i received amazing care from my provider and all the staff! This hospital provides better care than I could have ever imagined! Would recommend to all!
I agree rude front desk. Poor communication. Can't leave messages for trainers. Seems like know one know who anyone is that works there.no wonder they have a 2.8 rating. Sarcastic with you trying to leave message. Overall hateful. I'll just join at Waynesville. Much nicer group. Realized left message here instead of the Recreational Center.
Waited an hour and a half...empty waiting room when arrived, 2 people admitted ahead of me. Then she tells me it will be another hour...save your own life go somewhere else for an emergency
Absolutely the doctors in the ER are the rudest and incompetent people that I ever have dealt with in my life. Was accused of being there just to get drugs and not once did I ask for anything I just wanted to know why I was having chest pain. They never even took an xray. Dr decided he wanted to lecture me on the meds that my family physician has prescribed me and I basically told him it wasn't his place to question my dr 2nd who is he to question anyone at all when didn't have anything to do on why I was there. There is a something called common courtesy if you refuse to grant don't expect in return. Maybe y'all should try to see why this hospital gets a bad rap instead of trying to impress the higher up. I live 5 miles from this hospital and I will certainly drive the extra time to go to mission hospital.
Went to urgent care on a Sunday for pain down left leg. Received an injection for pain. Waited twenty minutes for them to see how it worked. I told them it wasn't helping at all. I had been in severe pain since Friday. Later Sunday night I could bear it no more. I decided to go to ER, as I was directed by urgent care to do if it didn't ease off. After explaining this to ER staff they explained they could not give me a script for narcotics but could give me an injection. So after waiting another twenty minutes to see if it helped, I said maybe a little. By the time I walked to the car it was hurting just as bad. Yet no one did any test nor was I informed what was wrong with my leg. But was told to keep an appointment I had made a month in advance with the vein center. Well of course I would keep that I made the appointment! Which had nothing to do with the extreme pain down my left leg. Upon being able to get in with my doctor I was informed I had sciatica. Will someone please tell me when Haywood Regional is going to teach their ER staff how to help people and not give lecture on opioids. I have never received this type of care at Mission. I have also never received help from Haywood ER. They have improved on getting people in quickly but not diagnosing the complaint. Much room for improvement. It would be greatly beneficial to stop assuming because we are residents of this county we are automatically profiled as drug addicts. Prednisone and nerve medications helped me get better. Will continue going Mission. Haywood should obtain the help of the ER director of Mission. It would truly be a great thing to feel confident in our county ER.