Midland Memorial Hospital

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400 ROSALIND REDFERN GROVER PARKWAY, MIDLAND, TX 79701 USA

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400 ROSALIND REDFERN GROVER PARKWAY, MIDLAND, TX 79701 USA

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Midland Memorial Hospital
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2.7 out of 5 stars

Selina G
Selina G

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Fantastic hospital. Absolutely amazing nurses, great care, advanced equipment and systems, clean and new facilities, large rooms and easy location. My husband went in for his severely ruptured appendix after Martin County Hospital turned him away claiming it was just a gastro bug. The nurses at Midland Memorial were so kind, caring, friendly and very knowledgeable. The nurses aids/assistants were so wonderful too and always checking in on my husband and his level of comfort. The doctors were great too, updated us and visited my husband regularly. We live in Dallas and my husband works in Midland, they let me stay in his room for the week so I could be with him. My husband had no complaints about the food. Hospital is so new and greatly cared for - the best hospital I’ve seen in Texas by far. Thanks for everything Midland Memorial!

Cyndi Melchor
Cyndi Melchor

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I started out going to the ER. I did wait about 2 hours but everyone was very friendly. From the ER I was transferred to a room upstairs. Once I got to my room nurses and patient care associates were ALL very nice and so helpful and caring. The nurse offered my daughter a cot and pillows and blankets because she stayed with me. We were amazed at how caring they were. Surgeon went to see me first thing in the morning and was very knowledgeable and helpful. I ended up needing surgery and so later that day I was taken to the pre-op area. Everyone there was very nice and friendly. Then in recovery same thing. Every department was so friendly and helpful to both myself AND my family. Also, the food was really really good!! Not your typical hospital food that's for sure. If me or my family need emergency care I will definitely return to Midland Memorial Hospital. I cannot say enough good things about them!!

Pamela Kizer
Pamela Kizer

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My mom was in this Hospital in November 1994, had a five way bypass, but had a stroke during surgery. It was four generations of us traveling at the time and my mom got sick on the road, was transferred by ambulance from Pecos, Texas to Midland. My mom was in CCU, I couldn't say more about the care she received, not only the nurses going out their way to treat me like family, taking up a collection for my family because we were stranded due to my mom getting sick. The hospital put us up in a hotel nearby, gave my family vouchers for the cafeteria in the hospital and on top of all this, flew us by air ambulance to our destination! Again this was in 1994, my mother succumbed to her illness two months after we arrived to our new destination, but all I can say is I have never witnessed the kindness and generosity that was shown us by this whole community at our time of need. God bless each and everyone of you. You truly are Angels😇

Lois Griffin
Lois Griffin

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

We took my mother here since she was dizzy, shaking and having trouble standing. Waited in the ER not too long. Found out she had low red blood count and later colon cancer. The nurses and doctors were all nice and very professional. Can't remember all their names and thank you for saving my mother's life!

Kelly Jones
Kelly Jones

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

DO NOT go here if you can avoid it! I was misdiagnosed more than once. I had a bee sting on my foot. I was treating it per Google and it was getting better. 5 days later, I had to wear my steel toes in the field, they rubbed it and made it blister in one spot. I went in asking them to remove the stinger because I must not have gotten it all. The nurse practitioner who saw me said it was Shingles and refused to touch it. Despite my detailed account of what happened, she wouldn’t budge. Called in meds for shingles. I talked to the Pharmacist at Walgreens who gave me only one that she called in because it would help with the allergic reaction and told me how to treat stinger, which worked. I later had a blood test verify I did not have Shingles. AND, to make it even better, I’m still getting billed 4 years later. I had insurance that covered ER visits at 100%. I’ve told them many times that their billing mistakes are not my problem. Sorry, but I’m not paying you extra for misdiagnosing me. And that’s just one example. Worst “hospital” of anywhere I’ve traveled.