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The staff in the ER are very helpful, friendly concerning. I would highly recommend this hospital to any one.I was a patient there on Tues.Nov,13,2018.They called for Trauma Code and I was really amazed how quick and how many personnel arived at that certain hospital room. There was about 25people. And every one had a device in there hand, I would personally rate this Hospital with a 5star.I was really impressed.
Tuesday evening 10/2 I took my 3 month old to the ER she ended up having to be admitted , the ER staff was very helpful & great... we had to stay for 2 nights and let me tell you the staff on the pediatric floor is AMAZING ! This one nurse that my daughter had on 10/3 and 10/4 during the day was absolutely amazing ❤️ She took real good care of not just my child but also me because I was a little under the weather as well 😢 I was so upset when I found out my daughter had to be admitted but these lovely ladies on this floor made the stay so great! I appreciate them all and thank you guys so much for taking great care of my daughter for me 😊
The Joint Camp service provided by Nanticoke Hospital was amazing. What a wonderful group that provided valuable information and caring and concern during my whole knee replacement experience. Certainly makes Nanticoke Memorial Hospital Orthopedic Department a step above the rest in my opinion.
Had a wonderful experience while admitted here for surgery. I had a charge nurse named Jack who was awesome. He met you with a sincere word of encouragement and a smile so genuine that you knew you were in great hands. Thank you all.
My 7 week old daughter was admitted for a fever. Had issue after issue with blood draws and IV's. No nurse checked an IV in her arm and after two doses of antibiotics they realized( since it had leaked all over me) that the IV had come out. The next day the IV put in her foot was again not checked over night and after shift change the nurse noticed my daughter's skin on her leg was tight. This was due to the IV again not being in a vein so the antibiotics stayed under the skin. This caused her foot to swell so bad that the skin tore! Literally an open wound from swelling. That is ridiculous! I will not be brining my child back here in the future. The doctors are contracted from AI DuPont hospital and I had no problems with them. Therefore the next problem I have, that is where I will be taking my child. Nanticoke needs better training with a lot of their nursing staff!!