Jane Phillips Memorial Medical Center, Inc

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3500 EAST FRANK PHILLIPS BOULEVARD, BARTLESVILLE, OK 74006 USA

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Jane Phillips Medical Center
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2.6 out of 5 stars

A. Lee Fritts
A. Lee Fritts

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

If I could rate this emergency room any lower than one star I would. I waited 2 hours in a room, called for a nurse 3 times, asked for a pain reliever twice and never saw a nurse or a doctor. My pain level coming into the ER was a 10. Then when I asked to be discharged a nurse passing by was rude and crass. I am native to Bartlesville, so the lack of care that was provided this morning is disgusting. I went to Bailey's in Owasso, was seen immediately and given a pain reliever within 15 minutes. BTW the ER Dr that I never saw at Jane Phillips was Ruth Thompson and the nurse I never saw was "Cassie". They both are responsible for my sitting in excruciating pain with no help for 2 hours.

Renae Goolsbay
Renae Goolsbay

5 out of 5 stars

posted 9 months ago

We just wanted to say that we were very thankful for the care our family member received on the 5th floor at Jane Phillips. The medical team was caring and responded to her needs as quickly as possible. We were especially impressed with her nurse, Anna M. She went above & beyond. Thank you for being so perceptive & listening to her concerns.

Tom Habekott
Tom Habekott

1 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Absolutely the worst! On 12/20/18 my father-in-law was seen by Dr. Myers here. They ran several tests on him to determine if he was doing better. The following day they called me to tell me that not only had he beat lung cancer, but was the picture of health. A little more than a month later he was dead as the result of respiratory failure. If you are looking for a good doctor DO NOT GET TREATMENT HERE! Personally, I wouldn't let them care for my dog, let alone a family member. If I could give them a negative rating I would!

David Fraser
David Fraser

5 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

From the Jane Phillips' E.R., to the CCU, and finally to the 5th Floor, you guys went above and beyond in the care of our Father, Blaine Fraser. From The Palliative Care Nurse, Mindy, to Housekeeping to Everyone of the 5th Floor nursing staff, to our amazing Nurse Practitioner, Amy Foster, .......JOB WELL DONE!!

Julia Hash
Julia Hash

2 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

I went to Dr. Baker's office, but he retired , even retired from SURGERY! I use to work for him 22 yrs. Ago, I was his surgery nurse( they call them scrub nurses) , I dont like the term. It comes from scrubbing in with them, which takes a very lot of time and scrubbing in for any surfery!. He has retired due to a condition he inherited from his Dad. I knew his Dad, Mom, Wife & 2 girls- close to my own son's age. The condition is Parkinson's, I had hoped that he would not ever get it. He was so much better than any opthlamologist surgeon & or eye Dr. I have ever seen or been to, or worked for. I worked for him 4 yrs. Or longer. Which working for him I had to take yearly tests for JP( owned by St. John's ) now. BY JP's surgery rules. He does not workthere, I was disappointed and may end up calling him at home to see what he thinks. Not because I'm totally unhappy with a DO whose anoptometrist, who I have to add is a specialist in eye diseases. The eye is a language of ownit's own, I had to read a whole book, learn so much about a subject, and go to a ophthalmology tech. School. Even though I was a nurse. He had about 2- 3 nurses, and techs, and nurse assist- one who became a tech. Do you want to know why I went? Ok it's scary. I thought I was having a retinal detachment. For those who don't know anything about this it's so bad you can loose your sight, thst's why you should go and find out if you have any or more of these SX(symtoms),. Look them up. There is a common one that when you're young you get black dots you see. It's called your vitreous. After you turn a certain age your eyes don't need it anymore. And you can often see them, please don't take my word for it, for things do change. Go to an eye Dr to be sure. That was my problem, but they are just keeping an eye on it (lol) but not funny. My Dr.'s office has 2 ophthalmologist surgeons also. I just dont like to go. Nurses & Doctors make the worse patients only because we know what they're going to do to us. But we still have to go of course. That's it.If you want to know where I normally go is Claremore Reg. ( owned now by Hillcrest). I know most of them the there. And Hillcrest in Tulsa, worked for St. John's & Hillcrest. Can't tell you my opinion due to circumstances. Most of you know exactly what I'm not saying. That's it hope for the best and it goes away. Bye!