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This hospital is trying to save a buck by hiring undereducated/underexperienced ARNP etc in the ER BUT yet still bill you as if you've seen a true doctor. Went in with 1st and 2nd degree burns to my chest and arms, blistering and in excruciating pain and this "child" walks in for two seconds and proceeds to say go home, take a shower and out some cream on the blisters and areas the skin peeling off, I ask for something for the pain and get told "we're not allowed to provide pain relief" but heres the bill saying you saw a doctor. Can't wait for these unethical morons to get hurt and get a taste of their own or excuse me a lack of their own medicine.... My veterinarian has more compassion than these children working at Jackson ER...
Every time we have had to use this Hospital, for test, ER visits or stays in the hospital. We have always been treated with respect. Like we matter. We have never been made to feel like we are just another patient or just a number. They speak to use using our name , not " Mr or Mrs Whoever ". I am glad we have this Hospital to depend on. Thanks Jackson Count Hospital
Rude, Racist. Feel extremely sorry for any Black patients. And I feel just as bad for the racist assholes that work at a run down disgusting hospital and think they are better than everybody else.
Seriously a 3.7. First, I am not a drug addict or addicted to pain medication. I say that because that is the first way Jackson Hospital will excuse the 1 star. Your safer eating poop than going to the hospital of untrained workers. If Jackson Hospital wants proof, I have pictures and audio! Or maybe all the nurses shouldn't come from the same college.
Not a good experience at all for my daughter who went in on Sunday 7/31/16. 24 weeks pregnant and having severe stomach and back pains with vomiting.. the nurse was amazing to her and very attentive.
However, the DOCTOR who was on call NEVER showed up and/or called in to even ask what the situations was. After 4 hours of being there and hooked to an IV and given an anti nausea medication (which helped a little, she only threw up 2 times while there), they decided to go to an actual hospital in Pensacola (almost 2 hrs away) still in severe pain. Thank goodness for Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS HOSPITAL - ESPECIALLY IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION. Had to give it a 1 star to have the option to Post.