Navarro Regional Hospital

Address

3201 WEST HIGHWAY 22, CORSICANA, TX 75110 USA

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Phone

(903) 654-6800
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3201 WEST HIGHWAY 22, CORSICANA, TX 75110 USA

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Navarro Regional Hospital
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2.1 out of 5 stars

Jane armijo
Jane armijo

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

I was really appalled at how rude and unprofessional the doctors were here in the ER.! Never in my life have I seen such uncaring so called doctors in an ER!! I thought it was just me but after reading all the bad reviews, I can say for sure ...this ER department needs some new blood! What is the problem? Are they not paid well? Not enough incentives? They can't be overworked there weren't enough patients to merit that excuse. Unless they just can't handle the stress. When we go to an ER it's a last resort!! At least for most of us! We need a little more listening, compassion, and understanding and a diagnosis. A doctor is supposed to care.. if that's not possible then maybe the doctors from the ER should find another money making profession! If you're unhappy don't make us unhappy!!!!

Emily Head
Emily Head

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

What good is a hospital if they can't help with any questions that you have over the phone or transfer you to someone who can help you?? I've never had any issues before with any other hospital. The lady was completely rude & refused to help. Should've known from the reviews.

Becca Kwiek
Becca Kwiek

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Went in in the early morning to the ER. The staff were friendly and very helpful, and I wa seen quickly. After being delivered to a room to wait for further assistance an ambulance arrived. That I believe is why it took an hour for me to be seen, but even though I was in pain I didn’t mind as my “emergency” was nowhere near an ambulance ride. Once I was seen the nurse was extremely kind and helped explain everything. The entire experience was pleasant (aside from my ailments) and I would enjoy visiting again should the need arise.

Candelita Alberto
Candelita Alberto

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I was taken with epileptic seizures by ambulance & after sometime in a rm, was sent home although being told that I was still not well but I just needed to rest, while waiting to be picked up by my sister in the waiting rm, I had a grand mal and they put me back into a rm this time mixing two meds in an iv that weren't supposed to be an it was buring inside my vein, IF YOU NEED HELP STAY AWAY FROM THIS HOSPITAL!!!!

Hannah Hardwick
Hannah Hardwick

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

Took my daughter in because she started having a high fever the night before that we couldn’t keep down. Came in and it had gone down to 100.6. She didn’t start running the fever until after 4:30 pm the day before. I am here now and it’s 7:44 am. Dr. Alfonso Cardenas was the doctor she had in here. He was rude, and wouldn’t let us speak but maybe one word, got mad because we didn’t get her into her doctor when she started running a fever, and didn’t let us ask him any questions at all. As of right now, the hospital is the only choice we have due to the children’s clinic closing not having anymore appointments after 4:00pm and them not being open the next day til 8:30 am. Definitely do NOT recommend the emergency area here for anyone. I am having my 3rd child here in less than a month and i have never had problems here until now. Emergency here sucks!! He ended up diagnosing her with strep throat, but didn’t do a swap test.

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