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3 out of 5 stars

Robert Posey
Robert Posey

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

The best experience I had beene a heart patient Kim and Lear was the best on the whole floor Thank you for The service that you gave me Kim and Leah and the staff The best thank you again

Marcia Foster
Marcia Foster

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I’ll never forget how I was treated as an Emergency patient there! One of the worst experiences of my life! Nurses need to be trained to treat ppl in a respectful an kind manner!

Charles Robertson
Charles Robertson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Arrived at 10:30, brought a coworker to the emergency room. It’s now 3:55 and he’s still waiting to be seen by a doctor. We’re leaving because I’m told there is normally a rush in the
4-5 pm time frame. I’m concerned he will not be seen until 10-11 pm.
If this is what passes for emergency medical care in Baltimore, then I feel sorry for the poor folks who live here. This is an embarrassment to the medical profession. There’s just no excuse for such poor service. Make that no service at all. Other people have been waiting longer. You would have to be insane to choose this place. Man with chest pains just left after waiting almost 7 hours.

Raychelle Littlejohn
Raychelle Littlejohn

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I delivered my son here. The rooms were spacious and very clean.The staff was very helpful and professional. The intake ladies could be a little friendlier but the nurses,cleaning ladies and kitchen staff more than made up for it.

Pat Eunis
Pat Eunis

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I am so furious that my daughter had to die in this hospital in the condition that she was in. When she passed away on the morning of 2/17/2019, I was so devastated and at the same time i was relieved.
My personal assessment of the physical care that the nurses gave to my daughter was very good. However, I am appalled at the rudeness towards me. I had ridden a Greyhound bus for almost 14 hours to get to my daughter before she passed. I was exhausted and hungry, and most of all worried that I wouldn't be able to get there in time.
Friday 2/15 I asked for my daughter's food trays because it was obvious that she couldn't eat that food. Why would the staff be so rude as to treat me by refusing me a food tray, even when I offerred to pay for it.
why did the nursing staff acknowledge the boyfriend as being in charge.
He put a cheap looking ring on my daughter's finger and passed himself off as her husband. I reminded they were not married, never had been, and Maryland had no common law marriage on the books that would be legal. On Sat 2/16 the boyfriend came back to the hospital with his friend. That man starved my daughter to death. Yes, the Stage 4 bladder cancer killed her, but he finished her off by not getting home health care to come to the apt to cook and feed my daughter and bathes her.
At the hospital, no one tried to clean her hair or to even comb her hair.
I was assaulted and threatened by the boyfriend. I called the police to come and take him out.
As if that wasn't enough, my daughter was being given 1 mg of a strong pain medicine every 2 hours to keep her comfortable and then a nurse comes in to give her a dose of Methadone --supposedly to keep her from the withdrawals. Yes, I called them stupid. Because pain medicine would not let her go into withdrawal. Finally, on 2/17 at 8:15 am my daughter passed away and she went to be with Jesus. I was abruptly told that I would have until noon to be with her and to make arrangements for her. But at 11 am, I was very rudely informed that I had to leave. My grandson had been threatened by the boyfriend so he took off Friday night and went back to S.C.
I worked as a LPN from 1969 - 1979 at South Baltimore General Hospital.
It became a top notch General Hospital for South Baltimore.
I was a Med-Surg nurse on the original South Main 4 floor.
I will never recommend this hospital to anyone. Some of the rudest people in the field of nursing and medicine.