Huntsville Hospital
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101 SIVLEY RD, HUNTSVILLE, AL 35801 USA

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(256) 265-1000

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Huntsville Hospital
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2.7 out of 5 stars

J Waay51
J Waay51

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

The staff and quality of care is amazing! Recently had to spend the night there for a family member that was in ICU. She had a pulmonary embolism and was in very bad shape upon arrival. They were able to save her life! The staff was very kind and accomodating. We took advantage of the guest sleeping area. It was awesome. They also have a showering area for guests. The food was great as well. The whole place was very clean and well maintained. Very good experience here!!

Paul Burns
Paul Burns

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

Go to any other ER if you want professional help. You will not find it here. I had to go to the ER back when I first moved to Huntsville. Severe cramping and chest/abdominal pain. I sat in the waiting room for hours before I was seen. Doctors brushed it off as food poisoning. I went back 6 months later, same problem and symptoms, same results from doctors. No testing of any kind, just diagnosed and released. This happened twice more, at nearly 6 month intervals. The last time I went, I had to come via ambulance because the pain was so bad I couldn't drive. This time they checked me into the ER, then put me in a wheelchair, and wheeled me out to the waiting room. 8+ hours I spent in the waiting room. Once back in a room, the doctor diagnosed me with food poisoning again. 6 months later, I had another episode. This time I searched for another ER and found Crestwood. I was checked in and seen in less than 1 hour. The doctor said he thought i was having a gallbladder attack. He ordered the full gambit, x-ray, CAT, then MRI, then nuclear medicine. Gallbladder had all but completely quit. Only 2% working. Do not go to Huntsville Hospital ER! I wouldn't go there if my life depended on it.

Ashley Steelman
Ashley Steelman

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 days ago

I was recently brought in by an ambulance on July 5th and had have emergency surgery on my eye and 2 weeks later on my ankle and they took excellent care of me... Thank u so much! Very grateful for all who helped me!

Tatiana Ayala-De La Matta
Tatiana Ayala-De La Matta

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I’ve come to this hospital several times for my own personal injuries, however, I’m currently sitting in a back hallway of the ER with my mother in which has infected surgical wounds and stitches becoming undone. The wait time for the ER so gloriously reads “34 minutes”, however, we arrived at 8, it is almost midnight and we are still waiting to be seen or even taken back to a proper room!! My mother is ill from the infection yet it’s as if that isn’t good enough. This is the worst medical treatment I have ever seen. So disorganized, it’s as if we don’t exist in this hallway. Despite this, my mother’s blood pressure has Ben high then went below average in the blood pressure test but they didn’t find this suspicious??? Do NOT come to this hospital for immediate treatment. Poor excuse of a hospital.

Cory Thomas
Cory Thomas

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I am in the hospital right now and I can say I am very disappointed with the care given. About a week ago I was in the er in El Paso and I was in and out in two hours which for me is super fast. Today at Huntsville, I sat in the waiting room for a hour then moved to a room where the nurse came in and asked the same question as the previous person only to tell me they were going to put me back on steroids and then discharge me. It has now been three hour since I have seen anyone I have even asked how long writing a prescription takes and was advised that the doctor meaning one doctor is busy and takes time to see everyone. Which I understand, but why only one doctor and why do the nursing staff seem to be having so much fun until I talk to them ?