Middlesboro Appalachian Regional Healthcare Hospit

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3600 WEST CUMBERLAND AVENUE, MIDDLESBORO, KY 40965 USA

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(606) 242-1100
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3600 WEST CUMBERLAND AVENUE, MIDDLESBORO, KY 40965 USA

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Consumer feedback about Middlesboro Appalachian Regional Healthcare Hospit

Middlesboro ARH Hospital
Reviewed from Google

2.2 out of 5 stars

Regina Lachmann
Regina Lachmann

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 day ago

Having severe pain brought me here. I’m a couple thousand miles away home needing help. I have been at the emergency room to have urine, blood and a CT scan for over 5 hours. Nurses don’t respond. Doctor takes forever. Why in the world would the hospital have ONE doctor on during a weekend? If I leave against medical advice insurance won’t pay for my visit. So who’s the idiot? Me. For coming to a small town hospital when the nurses stand at counter laughing instead of checking on results and patients.

Beth Hayes
Beth Hayes

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

This hospital is based on the Dr working there. I had to go 2 years ago, and had a thorough Dr. Last time I went the Dr was Dr Buckley. If you see his name, just go ahead and walk out and head out of town to an Er, he ran NO bloodwork, did not do any imaging, and just wrote an antibiotic script, which is not helpful because I cant keep it down, which I also told him. He is negligent at best.

T R
T R

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Have come to admissions/registration three times for a simple X-ray. Of the three visits, only once have I been acknowledged by the ONE person working a three bay admissions desk, with a minimum of five other patients waiting in the lobby. I don't know whether it's the staffing policy via administration or just overwhelming census numbers, but I'm seriously considering changing my primary care physician to avoid having to use this facility.

Brian Gibbons
Brian Gibbons

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

My experience with ARH was excellent with the exception of the ER, I was placed in a room and was there for several hours and was checked on very few times. There was a sign in the room that said that someone would check on you every 30 minutes, this was not so, I was lucky to be checked on every hour to an hour and a half. I was admitted and placed in the ICU department and the difference with the ICU and ER was as different as night and day. The hospital was clean and the nursing staff in the ICU was supurb!! They checked on me constantly and took care of my every need. I was also impressed with the techs from all of the other departments too, all were friendly and professional and seemed to genuinely care. The same with the Doctors too, they where very professional, had good bed side manners and helped me to get better in a quick and peaceful fashion. If I had a better experience with the ER, I would have given Middlesboro ARH a 5 star rating instead of a 4 star rating.

Patricia Greer Hayward
Patricia Greer Hayward

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 years ago

Went into ER a week ago (about 9:00 p.m.) for what I learned was a kidney stone. I was in serious pain and they took care of me very quickly. All the staff, nurses, doctor and admitting personal were prompt, pleasant and professional. I left knowing the problem and had medications to ease the discomfort. My personal doctor had the CT (which a little research told me was the correct way to diagnose a Kidney stone) results the next morning when I went to her office and was ready to do excellent follow up.

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