Medstar Washington Hospital Center

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110 IRVING ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20010 USA

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(202) 877-7000
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110 IRVING ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20010 USA

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Consumer feedback about Medstar Washington Hospital Center

Mia Dillard
Mia Dillard

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The waiting room smells of urine. The emergency room smells of urine. The wait time is longer than the average workday. The nurses openly make fun of their patients in front of other patients (HIPPA violation 👀). The only saving grace is the doctors are thorough. I would not recommend to a loved one.

Rebecca Craven
Rebecca Craven

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

The doctor was very professional in coming to speak to me about the recent hospitalization of a family member. The rest of the staff nurses etc were very cold in that they showed no compassion or genuine concern for the patient. The staff seemed impersonal in their dealings with patients as a whole.

Zaki Din
Zaki Din

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Horrible experience. Avoid at all costs. Far better options in the area. Lack of organization and professionalism is the primary reason I wish I had initially gone to a different hospital.

Arthur Williams
Arthur Williams

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

While most of the staff is friendly, there is no continuity between the day nurse staff and the night shift.
I have been in the hospital since 3/29. Its now 3/31 and I haven't had a shower. Instead an alarm was placed on my bed so that I could not even charge my cellphone without alarms going off.
The day shift said that I can wash up after my drains were removed. The night shift said had not proved to them that I can walk. I was in the ICU they got me up the day after surgery. The night nurse said perhaps they didn't follow procedure in the ICU. I hope that they read this.

I was told i would be walking the halls once i was moved upstairs, instead i had a alarm placed on my bed.
Even after i explained that i been through this and i should have to prove it to every nurse that comes on shift. That's not my job!

Austin Roberts
Austin Roberts

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

MedStar Washington Hospital Center is one of the great hospitals in Washington city. All doctors are well trained and experienced. Hospital facilities are good and affordable for every person.