Hillcrest Hospital South

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8801 SOUTH 101ST EAST AVENUE, TULSA, OK 74133 USA

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(918) 294-4000
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8801 SOUTH 101ST EAST AVENUE, TULSA, OK 74133 USA

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Hillcrest Hospital South
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2.8 out of 5 stars

Kim W
Kim W

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Our grandson was born at Hillcrest South in August 2018. What a great experience. The nurses in OB were fantastic, professional and welcoming to the entire family. He had to eventually be delivered by cesearean and they were reassuring to our son and daughter-in-law, and we all felt that Mom and baby had great care. Once in a room, the nursing staff was attentive but let Mom, Dad and family bond with the baby, and never limited visitors at all. Really appreciated the great care and professionalism. Thank you Hillcrest South.

Thomas Sommers
Thomas Sommers

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Recently had my forth child here. My name is Heather. I had the absolute best care for my post pardon. When I say every nurse and staff I mean ALL of them were awesome. Sweet and fun and comforting. Great with baby and I. I had a lot of fun with them and miss them already. I have complained about ER several times and how I wasn't treated for my migraines in labor and delivery which lead me to being in bed 9 months pregnant for almost a week straight and having to tend to other children. I was very unhappy with nothing being given to me nor the ER treating me fast enough after being there for 6 hours. However my experience on the PP floor was much different and I couldn't of been more happy with the care I received. Very professional and helpful. Medication did take a long time to get. My meds were never on schedule and sometimes an HR late. But other than those things I was happy with my stay. They took great care of baby and I.

Elaine Cooper
Elaine Cooper

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

The Front Desk lady was nice as I was coming in and leaving. She even commented on how much better I looked and how the puffiness in my face went down. The Triage Nurse was a bit disconnected about my allergic reaction and a bit rude I felt. The staff in the back was very accommodating. Asking if I needed to help doing anything. Thankful for the benadryl shot! Worked like a charm! I would recommend this hospital to anyone. The Triage nurse could have been having a bad day. I was in and out in about 4 hours tops.

Bruce Morris
Bruce Morris

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Took my friend to the er for a broken foot. They gave her a boot that was 2 sizes too big. When we complained about it, they threatened to call the cops! I will never use this hospital again and will make sure everyone knows how incompetent they are.

Anna
Anna

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I needed an esophogram and a surgery on my foot before the end of the year and this was the only place I could get in. I regret it completely.

The equipment for the esophogram looked ancient. The people that took care of me during it were decent but the tests couldn't have been done to code since things were not done like I know they should have been.

The very next day I was back at the hospital for surgery on my foot. Check-in time was noon for a 2pm surgery. I listened to 4 different people in the pre-op cube next to mine leave while I was waiting. I was FINALLY taken back for surgery around 6pm. I had already told the doctor I wasn't going to have anesthesia, yet the anesthesiologist was there and actually tried to argue with me, then went to get the doctor to tattle that I was refusing it. In my opinion, the procedure could have been done in office but I was told it needed to be in a hospital setting. Even though I was in a gown made for the heating machines, none were ever connected. They simply wanted to keep piling blankets on me to keep me warm. It was ridiculous.

I would NEVER recommend this place to anyone. I had TWO experiences in two different areas of the hospital and both were utter failures. If a doctor tells you your procedure will be at Hillcrest South, tell them NO and if they persist, find another doctor.

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