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300 SEASIDE AVENUE, MILFORD, CT 6460 USA

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300 SEASIDE AVENUE, MILFORD, CT 6460 USA

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(203) 876-4000

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Milford Hospital
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2.4 out of 5 stars

M Hanson
M Hanson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 days ago

Extremely disappointment with Milford Hospital Billing Department. I just received phone call indicating that my September payment was never received and that I needed to apply two payments during the month of October to “catch up” my payment plan or I will be delinquent.
I never received a notification in September. The other bills I mailed on the same day were all received by the other companies. The representative then stated that the hospital tried to call me on October 14 (Sunday?) then changed her statement that they called me on September 28th, then the 24th! I have no missed calls from the billing department. No voicemails. I asked why I was not emailed about a late payment... she stated that Milford hospital does not email. Not even a curtesy email to inform me my payment is late?
I then found my latest statement, it says there is “0.00” past due payments. The representative stated that that’s because the 10/14 due date listed is actually for the September payment... what? So the “missed payment” was only due day before yesterday? Nope, it was due in September.
Now my concern: I am placing a payment via phone. What if my mailed payment arrives? Is the hospital going to charge me an extra payment? Representative states they have no way to prevent that. I asked her to put it in notes, she stated that it wouldn’t do any good because they have no way to keep a recurved payment from being applied. WHAT???
My actual visit to Milford hospital was in June of 2017. The actual visit was horrible. I was there for hours, unattended, the nurse left an IV bag tap open 100% and I got more fluids than necessary during my visit before the bag emptied and she realized what happened. The doctor had crappy bedside manner (I left in tears, more confused than when I arrived, my husband was furious) and here I am, OVER A YEAR LATER still dealing with this aggravation.
Go to Yale, go to BPT, go to Griffin... don’t go to Milford hospital.

Mary Ohara
Mary Ohara

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Tonight was my third visit to milford hospital emergency room. All three visits were these past three nights. I originally went because I had a fever of 104.6. The second day I was there because I was not feeling much better and the DR that diagnosed me told me to come back for more I.V. antibiotics. The first two stays in really have no complaints about. The staff were very helpful and friendly. Tonight however was another story. I went back tonight around 9 p.m. because I was vomiting blood and I was scared. They got me into a room rather quickly which was nice but that's about all I can say was positive about this visit. When the DR came in to see me he was very condescending, his name was DR Henri Lamothe, and he did not take me seriously at all. That was the first and last time I saw the DR. The next three hours was my mother and I listen to staff be very unprofessional and not really helping their patients. My mother is a nurse and I am not one to complain easily, especially when it comes to people working in the medical field. The nurses continously yelled at a young woman, who seemed to be having some kind of psychotic episode to lay down on her bed and go to sleep. This poor girl was right by the nursing desk and all the nurses were talking and laughing right where they were telling her to go to sleep. Anyway a lot of people left AMA including me. I learned nothing why I was vomiting blood and my stomach still hurts. DR. Lamothe also told my mother on the way out I can not treat the emergency room as my primary care physician. Remind you I was VOMITING BLOOD at 9.00P.M, I don't believe a primary care physician would be open to see me. I have nothing bad to say about the DR I had the first night he was great. But DR Lamothe I think you need to find another job, because you clearly do not like to help people.

Dan Pesce
Dan Pesce

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

Absolutely the worst experience I have had. Took 3 hours just to be seen. After seeing doctor for 2 minutes didn't see him or nurse for 4 hours. They took test and didn't have the decency to give the results as they came. Every hour I ask and they said not much longer. Finally started getting mean and cursing at them for being so inconsiderate. 7 hours of nothing is ridiculous. DO NOT !!! I SAY DO NOT GO THERE!!! And after all that time they said to see to see a specialist cause they don't know what it is. Only give 1 star so I can give review. They deserve 0

Kathy Brundidge
Kathy Brundidge

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

The pain started Saturday night, I was in Milford ER Sunday morning. We got right into Triage, didn't even sit in the waiting room one second! The whole experience was a whirlwind, my husband and I were in there for about 90 minutes tops. Great doctor, great nurse, got my problem taken care of quickly.

Paul Dockter
Paul Dockter

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Not sure how anyone could give them less then five stars after my experience. I should say I had a total hip replacement, scheduled in advance by one of the highest rated joint doctors in the country. This hospital has finished multiple time as being in the top 4% for this type of procedure and my doctor, Dr. Irving rates in the top 1%. The care I had here was the finest I have ever received at a hospital. In a day and age where many hospital look at you as a number and income, never once did I feel that way. Rather the opposite was felt, the nurses where concerned and incredible helpful, answering all sorts of questions and offering good advice. If you need orthopedics/ joint I'm guessing you be very hard pressed to find a better hospital possible in the world. Read the doctors ratings and the ratings from their peers, it's a big deal having this kind of procedure done, I did a lot of research and feel it paid off handsomely.