Inspira Medical Center Woodbury

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509 N BROAD ST, WOODBURY, NJ 8096 USA

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(856) 641-6616
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509 N BROAD ST, WOODBURY, NJ 8096 USA

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Kris Goss
Kris Goss

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

If I could give negative stars I would. Let's start by when I got there looking for my girlfriend I saw her and told the nurse the nurse told me that she would talk to my girlfriend and see if she wanted any visitors I said ok and waited patiently. The nurse came out of he triage room while my girl friend sat in there and the nurse told me that she didn't want any visitors and I freaked out because I know my girlfriend wouldn't deny wanting to see me and when I eventually saw her I was right and the nurse had technically lied to me about my girl friend not wanting any visitors. I understand it's their rules but is it the rules to lie to the public? The lies get more interesting as her stay continues. Another time after I was able to visit after the first day I'd say about my 3rd visit day my girl friend calls me before visiting hours and tells me I'm not aloud to visit because of her medication and how she reacted but then we just find out it's a different reason that they didn't want me to visit my girl friend besides that her medication made her feel that way. Everytime we would come visit my girl friend wasn't allowed to cry or show emotion otherwise they would end the visit and blame me for her crying. So visits are only 1.5 hours at the end of the 1.5 hours we have to leave and say our goodbyes my girl friend and I love each other a lot and it makes her cry when I have to leave like that so the nurses took it as I'm the problem. There's a lot of lieing that goes on at this hospital. I understand it's their rules to not give patients information to anyone and keep it a secret but you can simply say that. Why would anyone want people who lie to make decision on their well being and body and mind and you have no control over the decision really. It's very unwholesome and wrong to lie I feel like the littlest lie is wrong but these people loosley lie around here like it's part of their everyday life and nothing is wrong with it. They also played games with the phones and the elevator. So the first day trying to visit my girl friend and they told us there's an elevator and the staff didn't tell us the we have to call up to take the elevator so we had to go back 2 times to the front desk and it made us late for the visits but the one nurse gave us about 10-15 minutes extra but we wouldn't have needed extra time if the staff were trained better and actually did their job. They treated my girl friend like she was mentally challenged or unable to help her self they would basically ignore any of her requests wether it was something important as far as cosmetics or anything like food. The hospital also forcefed her mediaction. Her close family member talked to the doctor and told him that she needs meds for different things so they decided to give her 600 mg of Seroquel as well as 2 different medications. She didn't want the meds and her family member didn't want her on the specific meds she was put on either. So now after deciding she didn't want to take the meds anymore she had no option at this point at the age of 18 to decide wether or not to take these man made chemicals that have adverse side effects such as trouble with movement (which she feel the first few hours from being given too much medication the nurses had to help her up. She doesn't eat meat and they still gave her the normal food she basically was forced to starve in there because they wouldn't accommodate her needs like I said they treat you less than human. Also the wait times are ridiculous. My girlfriend called me around 10 and told me to come get her because she's getting realesed I got there around 10.15 am and waited for an hour just for her to be realeased I don't mind waiting for my girlfriend but it was just something to add on to how poorly this hospital is managed. I just hope anyone that reads this takes this into consideration on choosing your next hospital visit please be careful of this hospital they treat people less than that and don't honestly care about you. From my own personal experience this is what I see so just be careful.

Puddle Smacker
Puddle Smacker

1 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

Waited in ER waiting room for a couple hours. When we walked in, there were only 2 people in front of us. Not busy at all. While waiting, I noticed the faculty had no purpose. It was as if they were just hanging out, with no motivation or purpose what-so-ever. No work ethic. I recommend going somewhere else if there's a choice. If there is no choice, call an ambulance instead. Might be seen and treated faster that way.

Dawn Munson
Dawn Munson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I havent been to Inspira in years but from the emergency room nurses and doctors to all the nurses and doctors and also housekeepers I was very happy and felt very comfortable..I know that they have received alot of negative remarks but honestly they have made many many changes in hopes of serving you the public better. So you would feel very very satisfied and comfortable and be happy and trust them again. So much that you would want to come back again. They even have members of the hospital staff walking around on the floors to see if your satisfied while your there. So thankyou to all Drs, Emergency room Drs, The wonderful ambulance team,The nurses, The nurses aides, The room cleaners and the wonderful staff walking around to check on the patients. I had a very positive experience with Inspira this time. I also highly recommend them as a hospital..

Heather MacVicar
Heather MacVicar

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I had my lymphadectomy done here in 2013 . I freaked out before going to surgery & they sedated me & I don’t even remember going to surgery at all thanks to the anathesialogist she got me good that I do not remember going into surgery & Dr Breaslier removed a golf ball sized lymph node. I came through it okay but it was Hodgkins Lymphoma but almost 5 years later I am in remission.

Jennifer Waldmann
Jennifer Waldmann

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

Over six hours in the ER! My aunt was having shortness of breath. We arrived by car and they took her in right away. The nurses were efficient in making her comfortable and taking her vitals. The technicians were prompt in taking her for tests. The PA was friendly, but wasn't able to make a decision of whether she was being admitted or not. Where's the doctor . . .Nowhere to be found! The wait time is ridiculous! The doctor should make his rounds more frequent!! Six hours later and a, maybe, 5 minute conversation, they're admitting her. We will try a different hospital next . . . it can't be any worse!

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