Mercy Hospital Aurora

Address

500 PORTER AVENUE, AURORA, MO 65605 USA

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Phone

(417) 678-2122
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500 PORTER AVENUE, AURORA, MO 65605 USA

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Consumer feedback about Mercy Hospital Aurora

Mercy Hospital Aurora
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2.8 out of 5 stars

Colton Dunn
Colton Dunn

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Third World Healthcare. The kind of place they would rather prescribe a masking medication than actually treat someone. The Emergency Room, desk-lady/secretary told me they were very busy. They had 3 patients back there... glad to know you’re feeling overwhelmed ya sow. Words I would use to describe this hospital might include JOKE, DISGRACE, MOCKERY, & SCAM.

Shirley Cairel
Shirley Cairel

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

The nurses are great but if I'm not better they are putting me in a nursing home so I have one day to start moving

Kristie Allen
Kristie Allen

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Worst emergency room ever,every time I've been it has been a very bad experience. I will take the extra mile to just go to a real hospital!! This hospital should be closed down!

Jazmine Place
Jazmine Place

5 out of 5 stars

posted 11 months ago

Had my first baby here and going to have my second here also very good labor and delivery nurses and the doctors are very nice and well educated. A little busy though needs a bigger building it gets pact very easy and the nurses and doctors never stop moving. Yet still exellent care.

LJ Hathaway
LJ Hathaway

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Brought relative in and waited several hours in waiting room with no word and refusals to talk to us so we finally left, figuring relative must be in good hands (we lived out of state and needed to return home). They chased us out to the car wondering why we didn't stay. They quickly involved a non-relative in the situation who apparently had more value in some way to them. I am still confused as to why a non relative could be consulted over a relative that has sat waiting for 4 hours n the waiting room. Sadly, if they had just taken some time to get our input about the patient, we could've saved them alot of time and given them some valuable insight. Would never, ever return to this hospital if someone payed me to go.

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