Jefferson Regional Medical Center

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1600 WEST 40TH AVENUE, PINE BLUFF, AR 71603 USA

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(870) 541-7100
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1600 WEST 40TH AVENUE, PINE BLUFF, AR 71603 USA

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Jamie Peacock
Jamie Peacock

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

Everyone is so professional and kind. The facility is clean and well maintained. Cannot say enough good about our community facility.

Danny Hasley
Danny Hasley

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

If you need serious care you might want to risk it and go to UAMS. This hospital is well known for people going in and going out in a bag.

I went into the ER with the complaint of puking a lot of blood while being on blood thinners, they did not seem to care until I started puking again after 10 mins and risking getting puke on the floor. They slowly got me a pink pan thing to puke in and saw how much blood I puked and then they started to be concerned and rushed me back.

During the time I was in the ICU I was put into a room where the window blinds were broke and completely visible that block the view of the lobby. Fun thing about the ICU is they want you to use the bathroom in a pan or chair in the room, so every time I needed to use the restroom I would have visitors for other patients walking by and looking into my room with no privacy...

My nurses were nice, and one tried taping up the window with masking tape and rags, but they immediately fell down.

If you stay at the ICU be prepared for your IV to get clogged and hear beeping for hours before a nurse comes in and fixes it. I watched what they did and it's moving the IV into a straight position and hitting a reset button, after they refused to ever come stop the eternal beeping I did it myself. Later the nurse caught me doing it and belittled me because I'm not a trained nurse, even though she had refused to come and stop the hours of the constant alarm beeping.

Later a doctor that I had seen the time before saw me and came and asked me what was going on and was wondering why she was not caring for me when she was there. She was a great doctor with good bedside manner. Apparently instead of giving my case to someone who was familiar with me and my condition they just handed me over to someone else entirely.

This hospital is known by Pine Bluff for being a horrible death trap.

Most of the nurses are great, and some of the doctors, but this place is trash.

Kitten Claw
Kitten Claw

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Been sitting in the waiting room for more than an hour and the person I'm here with is pregnant the place was half full and we where already here when more people showed up and they took everyone back but us???

Mariah Smith
Mariah Smith

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

My first experience was awesome I enjoyed every bit of it. They made me feel very safe I wish I could rewind time to do it all over again....

Lovell Gentleman
Lovell Gentleman

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

For years I have heard of residents of Pine Bluff traveling to other cities to go to the hospital and I thought it was nonsense until I took my mother to see her dying sister. Because it was after 9pm we entered through the emergency room and signed in at the desk. There were two officers and a nurse on duty. My mother, who could barely walk needed a wheelchair to get to the third floor to see her sister one last time. From her appearance, they thought she was checking herself into the hospital. We were told by one of the officers that we couldn't used their chair because they only had one and if someone came in 'shot up and dying' they would need the chair. Why would you need the chair for a dying patient? Not a stretcher and a couple of doctors? I offered to bring chair back as soon as I got her there. They still refused and then when the second chair came the officer stated that they needed that chair too. I guess now we're waiting on two shot up patients clinging to life to come through the door in need of a wheelchair. Then I had to ask the nurse where I could find another wheelchair because they all stood there with this vacuous expression on their faces. It's heartbreaking to leave this review because I was born and raised here and this city has and still does get criticized harshly. However, after all the places I have traveled this is the only hospital that doesn't seem to know where a wheelchair is located and doesn't seem to care about the poor service they are delivering. I too am in the medical field and I have friends and relatives in law enforcement so I know for a fact that this is not how we were taught to serve our community.

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