Meriter Hospital
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202 S PARK ST, MADISON, WI 53715 USA

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(608) 417-6000

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Alison Davitt
Alison Davitt

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I was visiting my daughter in Madison when out to dinner, I felt extremely ill. I was taken to Meriter by ambulance. The paramedics were very nice and efficient. Upon getting to the ER, I was taken right back and seen right away by the doctor on shift. The medical staff was caring, respectful, and efficient. All major medical events were ruled out with several tests and I was discharged within a reasonable amount of time considering all of the tests that were run. Doctor Sara Heiser and Nurse Abbey we’re both excellent and came in several times despite a full ER.

Greg Pithan
Greg Pithan

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

I was a Trauma nurse coast to coast for over 12 years at multiple sites. I want to thank the ER staff for their high level of professionalism and great care.

Holly, Elisha, Cory, the registar, x ray tech ( sorry guys i forgot your names or missed them) and Scott were at their best. Even when I refused a test, due to questionable insurance, they made it their duty to try to persuade me to have the test done. Of course, they were ABSOLUTELY RIGHT to try and convince me to have it done. I would have done the same.

An extra special thank you to Cory for really doing an outstanding duty as an RN to be a patient advocate even when the patient is not right. Thanks buddy. Real stand out in patient care and really trying to get that x ray done.

Holly, you did and amazing job with the wound care and irrigation.

Elisha, great local. Really done well with minimal pain.

Scott, I know it's never easy when a patient refuses a treatment or a test, but thank you for respecting my decision. Takes an extra element of professionalism in your part.

Overall, good experience in a bad situation. They were quick and Profesional. I hadn't experienced that quick and professional treatment ever. Only reason for a 4 stars, there is always room for improvement. TV didn't work in the room....(ha ha Corey) and I wasn't pleased with the lack of treatment for future foreseeable pain and yes it cost me another doctors appointment which cost me a lot more. All though I understand with current policies.

Danielle Faul
Danielle Faul

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Everyone that helped with my care during my hospital stay was amazing. All the Dr's were supper thorough. The nurses were kind and very helpful. It's always stressful when your sick so thank for taking such good care of me!

Laura Delamater
Laura Delamater

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I was born at Madison General, my mother worked at Meriter for most off my childhood. I have no idea who is running the place now but is a shell of what it once was. Patients are a burden and the doctors are clearly unhappy. It has become a joke and I now fully understand why.

Jophia Turner
Jophia Turner

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

I just left the ER and the reason I went was not resolved. Although the staff was friendly a rn was sent into my room and he said that he didn’t want me to be labeled as in I was making the staff upset for coming twice in the last week. Instead of realizing I am in pain and I need help. Then he goes on to ask me where I live and said oh you do have a place to stay. Wow like I was homeless just coming to the ER for nothing. Then told me that the doctors in the ER don’t treat long term care without either one of us knowing what is wrong with me. Then he told me I come to the ER a lot in which I have only been to the ER 3 times since last October and twice was in the pass week because of the pain and something is wrong and I’m new to the area so I don’t know where else to go. I took offense to the things and questions he said to me. I have never been treated like this in my life. I just left and I’m headed to UW hospital and hopefully they can help.