Mccullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital
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I was their Friday night with a broken ankle in the emergency room. They treated me great and very nice nurses and doctors. Thanks so much for your time and help.
Terrible service. Terrible accuracy. Nice people. Terrible job for them. Try everything in your power before coming here. Going on hour 3 for waiting for confirmation of strep.
Nurse wasn’t attentive, tore open a perfectly good Dad shirt. The free ride service from MUPD was a nice perk though.
The level of incompetency that I experienced was unrivaled by anything I had seen before . I went in for a normal MRI procedure, however, the "Doctor" was unable to get the contrast in my joint (after assuring me this was a routine, straightforward procedure). Consequently they were unable to perform the MRI, and I left, after being poked and prodded with needles for 40 minutes, in worse condition than I had entered with no results. AVOID THIS HOSPITAL AT ALL COSTS.
The hospital is relatively clean some renovation but looks dated. I gave McCullough-Hyde a one star because of a fatal flaw, anyone having surgery done at this facility can and will be committed to possibly out of pocket expenses. This hospital has exclusive anestheologist named Dr. Bruce Gray a likeable guy but with the possibility of deceptive methods to extract additional money from your insurance or you. This would be after the insurance company have exhausted all negotiations. After your operation you may receive a non itemized bill with separate entries the cost of the total bill then below a line with Un resolved charges. This is ambiguous and deceptive. Since he is exclusive he is the only anestheologist you'll get. At this hospital. Not my hospital question everything! Note: this practice may pertain to most anestheologist which rarely work with insurance networks.