Mobile Infirmary
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5 MOBILE INFIRMARY CIRCLE, MOBILE, AL 36652 USA

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(251) 435-4700

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Mobile Infirmary
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2.9 out of 5 stars

Ashley Kyser
Ashley Kyser

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

When I had my baby there two years ago, the Hospital offered zero lactation support. ZERO - none. Their excuse was that I had my baby on a weekend. So you are on your own as a new mother if it’s the weekend. Absolutely ridiculous. I was unable to breast-feed. Tried my best but wasn’t getting enough and had no idea what I was doing or how to help myself. When I emailed the lady in charge the during the week after discharge (Sandy Wallace) she was completely dismissive and unhelpful. I was disgusted and angry. I just got their newsletter saying that they have "extensive lactation assistance, and support continues even after discharge with one-on-one help and group classes." This lie brings back the anger and hurt from two years ago.

Krystal Jones
Krystal Jones

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

We thought we had a great staff to assist my mom Patricia Jones who was battling cancer,but to find out the CNA Jackie Burroughs was sleeping with her husband downstairs. We left this lady alone with my mother on several occasions and no telling what awful things she did to her.

Tony Lee
Tony Lee

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

My mother is having a procedure done today on her heart. They called late last evening changing her arrival time from 7am to 530am, for no reason because no one sent for her until almost 7am... 645am. Then I inquire about her the procedure is taking longer than explained and the nurses on the third floor would ride and as I walked around the corner, they were mocking me with jokes and antics. I find that in very poor taste! They all should be reprimanded and docked a days pay. Please don't think this was cna's, but it was the rn's! For Shame you grown women have such nasty attitudes to the families awaiting the return of their family members from surgery. For Shame on Mobile Infirmary for allowing this to happen on every occasion that we have come here for a procedure.

Charlotte Farmer
Charlotte Farmer

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My grown son went there last night with wife and family in severe pain. Diagnosed lodged kidney stone. He was put on meds, pain, anti- biotics and fluids. Several hrs later admitted assigned a room upstairs. This morning @ 8am he is still laying in emergency room where he has been out of meds for over two hrs. Something bad going on here. New management needed. He has good insurance and will be billed fully for this careless medical care.

Philip Light
Philip Light

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The worst Hospital expierence I have ever experienced in my life. My Girlfriend and I arrived 06/28/2018 @ about 315-330pm.
She was complaining of stomac pains and hip pains.
ER took her right back, and I spent four hours with her in ER. No problems with the ER.
They game her Morphine for her pain, and treated her well in the ER.
Then took her to room 4116 on the forth floor.
Chrystal was her nurse along with some others.
It was a nightmare, the attitudes were arrogant, with no Bed side manner at all.
I watched The Love of my Life slip farther and farther away while all they did on the Forth floor was ck her vitals, and admister meds. Thats it. I told them she wasnt eating, that she had no bowel movement in three days. Nothing was done, ad if it fell on deph ears.
Monday 07/03/18 I was with her as they were attempting to read her Blood Pressure.
105/69 on one arm. 115/56 on the other. The explanation was, ill just check it later...mind you this was 710 pm. 720 thay called a code blue on my Girl friend. For 30 minutes thay did CPR. She lasted 36 hours more. I am now makeing funeral ariangements over this Hospitals negulance, and unsempthical, unemotional responce from the staff in general.
Her family and I were waiting in CCU waiting room and I asked for three blankets, only to be told that she would have to speak with a manager first to see. The gull!!
My girl friend walked in under her own power, and now I will be laying her to rest next week.
IF YOU WANT TO LIVE, DONT COME HERE!
Thank you for reading.
Distraught