Memorial Hospital Jacksonville
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3625 UNIVERSITY BLVD S, JACKSONVILLE, FL 32216 USA

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(904) 399-6111

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2.9 out of 5 stars

Ilyssa Drumm
Ilyssa Drumm

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

One year ago this week the staff at Memorial Hospital helped me bring my new baby girl into the world. I'll never forget how the physicians and staff treated my family and I with such care and compassion. Everyone was knowledgeable, experienced and professional. They alleviated my fears, made sure I was comfortable and helped me have the birth experience that I envisioned. Every year when we celebrate my daughter's birthday, I'll always remember this experience. Please know Memorial holds a special place in my heart.

Mike Barnhart
Mike Barnhart

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

only ever had one bad experience here and have never had an issue since. The E.R. Doctors and nurses are always providing the best care possible. They run thorough tests and get to the bottom of what the issue is unlike other local hospitals that I have been to. I appreciate the hard work the staff at memorial do and thanks for taking care of me when I feel at my worst. Great team!!

Rebekah Bartlett
Rebekah Bartlett

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Recently treated my father. First he arrived there and we couldn't find him for a day, their tracking is abysmal. After a couple weeks he was recovering from a heart attack and headed to rehab. Then was dropped on his head in the ambulance bay, and did not recover -- hospice instead. Despite repeated calls I have gotten no updates on the investigation. You have my name and number already. They took someone who was ill but recoverable, injured him past the point of recovery, and had the nerve to call it dementia (someone who was living on his own, texting/calling family, going out to dinner with friends just a few weeks before). And while there, incredibly lousy communications on his condition, where he was, when he was moved, etc. Family data never transfers from one department to another. A couple good doctors willing to fight for the patient, but otherwise, no, don't send elders here, they are quickly written off.

donna wall
donna wall

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I recently was admitted to Memorial for heart related issues. I came in through the ER and stayed overnight for observation. The staff was caring, compassionate and knowledgeable. Each staff member I came in contact with introduced themself, explained what their role was/is and what procedure they would be performing. The technology on the floor in which I stayed was amazing. Instead of white boards to tell you who your nurse is, etc.. they have electronic screens that gives you direct numbers to your nurse, patient care tech and even nurse director. The screens tell you what medicine you are taking, dr's names, what tests are ordered and more.... Can't say enough positive things about the staff, hospital and even the "hospital food." This has and will remain, my hospital of choice.

joseph bennett
joseph bennett

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Sitting in the ER waiting room with people that have been triaged and are puking. The reason is that they do not have rooms in the back. They are getting personal info from patients for registration in the lobby waiting area calling them back for X-ray, ct scans, and blood work and the sending them back to the lobby. Doctors are seeing patients in the lobby as well in front of other people. People are arriving by ambulance and being put in the front lobby as well due to no rooms. If the Er is that bad then they should start telling EMS to take patients to other local ERs for better and faster care. Needless to say I will not be coming back here for ER services. Short staffed and after 3 hours of waiting in the lobby after X-rays blood work and ct scan I get a room. I will be asking for an itemized bill for services to see how many hours they bill for room.