Highlands Cashiers Hospital Inc

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190 HOSPITAL DRIVE, HIGHLANDS, NC 28741 USA

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(828) 526-1200
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190 HOSPITAL DRIVE, HIGHLANDS, NC 28741 USA

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3.7 out of 5 stars

Stephen Kaczmarek
Stephen Kaczmarek

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Wife had major gastro problems we went to emergency room (only weak part of this review) where the doctor wanted to release her with a high pain level and still not able to walk I intervened a bit and had her admitted where she spent the next two nights to recover. The attending Dr was absolutely terrific and the nurses and other staff members treated her with much tender loving care. I would give emergency room 3 star but only because they wanted to release my wife when I knew she was not ready. The hospital itself and staff 5 stars out of 5 for sure

Cathy Jones
Cathy Jones

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Dr.cabrian took one look at a clear mole an told me he thought I needed radiation, or surgery. I choose radiation I am still suffering from complications. I Will overcome this someday, I can't give up. I am a fighter.

Shayna Hunter
Shayna Hunter

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

I went in having a miscarriage, after i was there for hours, the doctor finally came into my room to do a papsmir and was making DEAD BABY JOKES WHILE I WAS HAVING A MISCARRIAGE! The nurse was Elizabeth and she was amazing, helpful, and supportive.

Greg Garner
Greg Garner

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Brought our oldest son in for possible broken toes. The folks in the ER were friendly and efficient. From reception through exam, X-rays, meeting with the doctor, and follow up with the nurse helping with a walking boot...only an hour.

I Ringwald
I Ringwald

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

My husband was brought in with an obvious stroke . He was also dehydrated after a five hour work morning. Doktors did NOT give him an IV ( which is basic routine in ANY ER ), ran innumerable tests which were completely incompetently MISDIAGNOSED, and he was sent off being told everything was 'fine' .
Furthermore, the hospital now sends bills for over $5000 because the old skag at the front desk did NOT mark workman's comp , despite repeated insistence!!!
What kind of MORONS work there ?????????

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