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Phone:

(850) 951-4500

Address:

4413 US-331, Defuniak Springs, FL 32435, USA
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Consumer feedback about Healthmark Regional Medical Center

Rating: 1 /5

Rebekah eastlack

I wouldn’t even give it a Star!!! My son was in a car accident, and the windshield got him. This happened on February 4 2018 at 2 am. He was sent there by ambulance and had to have stitches on his forehead, eyelid, cheek and staples behind his ear. While I was puking in there bathroom from stress, they were sewing him up and apparently sowed up over pieces of glass, not shards, but literally chunks of windshield glass. Of course we didn’t know it at the time. He received antibiotics and when he went back 10 days later to get stitches and staples removed. They oh it looks good , just infected. So they prescribed him a different antibiotic and cream. My son being the boy he is felt something under his cheek and pressed on it and a chunk of glass came out. So then his forehead felt lumpy and what do you know a bigger chunk of glass!! Are you serious. Supposedly the surgeon is the main surgeon for the entire hospital. Come to think of it I saw no iodine on his face just blood. They never cleaned out his wounds. How can you even call yourself a doctor. Will never be back but just to show you what he got out of his face.

Rating: 3 /5

Jessica Raico

I actually have been pleasantly surprised here, I'm not from a rural area like this. I have been to big, equipped places from over populated areas, the treatment here is much better. I know they can't do everything, unfortunately that's going to happen in a place with few people with most likely fewer insurance policies. The worst experience I've had since moving here was the Destin ER, they tried to kill me, literally. I've been to Healthmark 3 times, going again in a few minutes. I've always been taken back, treated appropriately and sent home with what I need to get better. Can't ask for better than that.

Rating: 1 /5

Trisha Reeves

Incompetence at its finest! After a 12/20/2017 ER visit we are being billed for an ER doctor to walk in the room and never remove the bandage from my husbands infected wound on his back to even look at it! Dr Galard gave pain medication (shot) and prescription for additional pain medication when my husband stated he had zero pain. When I complained to admin I was basically laughed off. Was told many excuses ranging from “Dr. Galard is not our best doctor, if you would’ve came on a different night you would’ve got a better doctor” to “he was just being compassionate to give pain medication” and “well at least he got an antibiotic”. (Antibiotic was not even high enough dose to for infection). Do not send your loved ones to this hospital!

Rating: 1 /5

emilice morales

WOULDNT EVEN GIVE IT A 1 STAR. This is a terrible place the waiting is horrible, was here for aproximatly 3 hours and when I asked if it would be any longer, THE DOCTOR answered with the worst attitude saying we can just leave instead. WILL NEVER COME HERE AGAIN.

Rating: 1 /5

Stormy Shoffner

I dont even want too give it 1 star. I dont understand how to hospital is still open. I feel like the hospital it out dated and not able to handle real life threatening crisis. I have seen Surgical nurses all suited up in sterile gloves and gowns come out of the OR and go right back inside the or after touching stuff. I worked at the hospital for a very short period of time because they was not willing to provide me with more then 1 pair of gloves for the day. A its NEVER okay to use one pair of gloves thru out the day they should be changed everytime you leave a room and going into another. I walked into the OR which was scary. It was warm inside like too warm a OR should be between 60 and 65 degrees. Not too mention the gauze used during surgeries was always washed and re used im pretty sure thats not allowed for infection reasons. What go INSIDE someones body at any time for any period of time should be sterile! Like i said i wouldnt even take my dog there.