Miriam Hospital

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164 SUMMIT AVENUE, PROVIDENCE, RI 2906 USA

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164 SUMMIT AVENUE, PROVIDENCE, RI 2906 USA

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The Miriam Hospital
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3.2 out of 5 stars

Karen Goldberg
Karen Goldberg

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Careful of the ER group at this hospital. You may get a big bill from the ER Doctors - Brown Emergency Medicine. They do not disclose but they are separate from the hospital. So if you check that the Miriam Hospital accepts your insurance you might get a big bill from the ER Doctor group as they do not accept the same insurances as the hospital. A 600 dollar bill for 5 minutes. Brown Emergency Medicine group does not mediate in good faith when you try and work out a reasonable settlement. Stay away from here.

Ashley Wright
Ashley Wright

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

They saved my dad's life when he had a heart attack yrs ago and went there for my daughter 's head injury and the dr we had in the ER seemed to know what he was doing. He said he was the only one there and they don't usually have any other Dr's who specialize with children so guess we basically got lucky he was there. All the other staff seemed pretty respect

Liz Rivera
Liz Rivera

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 day ago

Horrible, the nurse was very rude. There is no privacy. Everybody is aware of your business. Don't waste your money and time going there.

Jose Rodriguez
Jose Rodriguez

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

To whom it may concern

Frustration among healthcare staff: The lack of ability to share information in real time can lead to delays in communication that cause friction among medical staff. These incidences can create workplace conflicts and impact the quality of patient care as well as the success of a medical practice.

Please have the Mens Health Center Contact Chief Commander

Grazie

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Rob Fourn
Rob Fourn

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

My first time receiving medical treatment at this facility was 8/8/19 for back surgery. This would be my 5th surgery over my 64 years and have never been so frustrated and disappointed with the personal treatment. I was on my pre-op stretcher for over 3 hrs waiting to be operated on because my doctor had a complicated case before me which I completely understand. It was the lack of communication and concern from the staff for the entire 3+ hours. Not one person asked me how I was doing or was courteous enough to volunteer an update as what was taking so long. It wasn't until my wife asked what the hold up was did someone come over to inform me the doctor was running longer due to complexity of the 1st surgery. Then the post-op nurse was arrogant and disrespectful and reprimanded me for picking up the drain monitor and asking what was connected to my spine. It wasn't until I reached my room that I was treated with respect and courtesy by two caring people Tom and Lohmisa (sp) until my discharge. I will never seek medical attention at Miriam again.