Marietta Memorial Hospital

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401 MATTHEW STREET, MARIETTA, OH 45750 USA

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401 MATTHEW STREET, MARIETTA, OH 45750 USA

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Marietta Memorial Hospital
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3.1 out of 5 stars

lura parsons
lura parsons

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I'll gladly go to Marietta Memorial Hospital before I even consider touching base with Genesis in ZVILLE!!!! Was a patient there in 2016, unfortunately, and that never would have happened if I hadn't of been SO SICK and was coherent enough to tell Paramedics NOT to take me there!! I had no help starting in the ER, I was so weak couldn't stand on my own, and I needed the bathroom but 2 nurses held me down in the bed and wouldn't let me up, so I soiled my clothes and they laughed at me!!! Whole stay was like that, 5 days! ~ DONE.

Judy Baumeister
Judy Baumeister

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

The quality of care and excellence needs to be addressed and improved from most of the staff , sanitary care and care for the patient. I found that treatments and care was reactive not proactive. For this , I will address my concerns personally. Keep an eye on the staff that cares for your love one.

Update: Monday 3/11- A notification letter was received from MMH looking into my concerns.

Mustang Guy
Mustang Guy

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

Very professional care and very clean facility. I have observed that the staff here actually like working here. As compared to Camden Clark and Cleveland Clinic, it is vastly superior in personal attention and communication. The coffee shop is very nice and has a courtyard with tables outside if it’s pretty outside. The cafeteria needs an overhaul. I’d bet it’s on the agenda. They are currently doing construction projects on the 4th floor, but you can hardly tell from inside. Also, the parking garage is in process of a multi-year fixup.

CATHIE CASPARRO
CATHIE CASPARRO

5 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

A+...♡♡♡A VERY GREAT HOSP.
MY HUSBAND HAD SURGERY
NOTHING BUT BEST OF CARE..☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆
VERY FRIENDLY STAFF ..GREAT
SURGEONS. ..AND SOON MY HUSBAND WILL BE HOME...HE IS DOIN GOOD ..TALK TO HIM AND IS IS GREAT...I'M EVEN COMING BACK TO WORK HERE...BEEN HERE A WEEK AND SEEN NOTHING BUT GREAT ATTITUDES..SO THAT'S WHAT I
LIKE...A GREAT PLACE....GOD IS HERE....AND GOD BLESS THEM
I NEED THAT...♡♡♡ YES I'M A CHRISTIAN. ..WOULDN'T HAVE IT ANY OTHER WAY..
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Chelsea Crawford
Chelsea Crawford

1 out of 5 stars

posted 9 months ago

****UPDATE TO BELOW POST****
The negligence and carelessness of Memorial Health System continues..

We have a family friend who works at the hospital who saw my Dad's items a week ago, bagged up and with his name on it. He mentioned we were looking for them to the nurse and she said "I'm taking care of it."

Well, guys, an hour of being transferred around the entire hospital later, his items are still missing and no one has contacted us.

Bravo.

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So completely mind blown at the carelessness of MMH. We have been trying to track down my father's personal belongings since day 1 of this entire ordeal and I just got the official call they lost everything. They didn't log any of his personal belongings, which included very personal and important items. His shoes were on the ground in his room, and they didn't even log those -- items we personally saw.

Apparently when you are in the process of complete and total shock -- with your mind scrambled -- facing the potential unexpected loss of a loved one who is about to get life-flighted, you need to pay attention to the every move of an irresponsible hospital.

So disgusted, so appalled. I'm glad I don't live in the area because I wouldn't want sent to any of these hospitals locally.

"We don't keep things that are cut off." Well apparently you don't keep things that aren't cut off, in pockets, or otherwise on their person.