Morton Hospital

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88 WASHINGTON STREET, TAUNTON, MA 2780 USA

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(508) 828-7000
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88 WASHINGTON STREET, TAUNTON, MA 2780 USA

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Morton Hospital
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2.2 out of 5 stars

Richard Doolin
Richard Doolin

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Waiting about an hour and a half in the emergency waiting room with my mother thank God she started feeling slightly better while waiting. I don't even want to imagine the alternative.

hkopftrse
hkopftrse

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Avoid this hospital if you can. They could care less how long you have to wait and the communication is horrible. It is very noisy making it hard to rest. On the bright side the food servers are pleasant. The medical staff should take lessons from them.

James Baron
James Baron

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I work in hospitals all over the country. I trust this team to care for my family. Everyone is friendly, they genuinely care and the place is very well kept (clean).

James Bombard
James Bombard

2 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Was sick with a cold for a week. After recovering, one night my glands in my throat grew to the size of softballs, but otherwise felt perfectly fine.
After being made to go to the ER by the CVS Minute Clinic ($40 charge to pretty much confirm I don't have Strep)
At the ER I was admitted pretty much right in after a minute of waiting (no one else in the waiting room at 9:30 AM), after triage, I was brought to a room.
Sat in that room for the next 7-8 hours bored out of my mind. During that time they stuck me with an IV, confirmed my insurance, tested for the flu, then nothing else, never meeting the doctor, (at least they didn't try to test me for strep again after fighting against it), also telling them I did not want a CT Scan unless it was absolutely necessary. After that time, they brought me to a CT Scan (Of Course!).
After another hour of waiting, my doctor finally showed up, told me my saliva glands were enlarged (infected). Gave me some steroids, a prescription for antibiotics. And that I needed to see an ENT specialist in a week. -Who I saw and said there might of been a blockage with a stone, but couldn't see anything on the scan.
Glands were still swollen/sore weeks (but showed a lot of improvement the next day), after round of antibiotics were finished, but eventually went back to normal after month.
Now I have a bill for over $1,500 (after insurance), and a totally wasted Friday.

Debbie OBrien
Debbie OBrien

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Dr Chen, cannot diagnose. She said I have a seizure disorder. Called that into the RMV. My Neurologist cleared me of that. I haven't taken Kepra ( seizure meds.) since last April of 2018. Zero seizures and yet she called in seizure disorder to RMV. She is not a Neurologist and did not order an MRI, MRA or Cat scan of my brain. Management refuse to correct their records. Probably because they had a Orthopedic Dr.screw up my hip surgery as well as my Mother's. Dr Renaud, who is no longer in practice. They are known as the death hospital. Stay far away from them.