Jackson-Madison County General Hospital
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feedback about Jackson-Madison County General Hospital
Mostly good quality but none of the doctors seem to talk to each other. You come in and have to tell every single new person who enters the same information and answer the same questions over and over and one of the doctors came in, asked 2 (pretty condescendingly toned) questions, realized she wasn't needed and left. Apparently the ER computer system isn't connected to the hospital itself either so all your paperwork has to be redone. They need to work on internal communication badly.
My friends the Neff family are scheduled to have one of their children here in a few days.Your staff has always been good to them. Thanks for taking such great care of my friends.
My uncle was admitted to the hospital after a ER visit. He was put on the 8th floor. The nurses were rude. We had to ask them 3 times within 2 hours for them to come in there and help him. My brother spend the night up there with him and he said they showed no sympathy or bed side manner. We will never go to this hospital again. None of our family!
If you have to go to the ER IN Jackson, go here...even if it means a wait. They treat patients nicely. They don’t yell at patients during discharge. They treat you the way they would want to be treated if they were a patient. Great job!!!
Also, kudos to Dr, Kyle Clifton and PA Cayley Hawley. They treated me with the utmost respect prior to my gallbladder surgery. Never questioned if I was really hurting...I was, and was severely dehydrated. They really understand patient care and are truly two of the best medical professionals I have ever encountered. Thank you for taking care of me inmy time of need.
My 2 year old son wasn't feeling well and developed a bad cough. We were there at 9pm and waited over an hour and 45 minutes with person after person called that came in after us. My son needed to be in bed resting. When we got up to take him home to rest, we were chased out with the promise of a room but no guarantee of when someone would be able to see him, because there were other people more important than a sick baby, that needed to be seen.