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(718) 692-5300


2525 Kings Hwy, Brooklyn, NY 11229, USA
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Consumer feedback about New York Community Hospital of Brooklyn, Inc.

Rating: 2 /5

Greg Gmon

This hospital is a Nightmare because they mixed up my medication and i suffered. Not that they cared when i complained and they didnt even bill my insurance company I have to deal with everthing and not to mention even if ur slightly sick they will try to keep u there for days u wont even get to see the doctor. He simply has no time for the patients at least i never met mine.

Rating: 1 /5

Elina Manakhimova

Emergency room is full of incompetent nurses that don’t care about the patients and lack competence. Staff acts like they’re doing you the biggest favor when they’re answering a simple question. If you lack the competence and compassion to work in the medical field, get a different job! Nurse Powell is especially unprofessional, incompetent and careless. When I refused to sign documents with no information filled in, she was spiteful and refused to help me afterwards.

Rating: 5 /5

Valeria Lartchenko

Took great care of my grandma in ICU! Very patient and knowledgeable nurses!

Rating: 1 /5

Harold F

By far the worst hospital. I don't know if this even classifies as a hospital. The attending nurses are always talking on their phone. Nurses have no idea what they are doing with the patient. My mother has been here for two days and they now ask if she is diabetic. When I specifically told them when she was admitted into the ER that she was diabetic. Nurses have their own groups. The whites, the blacks and the Asians. I'm from Spanish decent and neither the whites nor the blacks paid any attention to my asking for info of where my mother was when I came back for the second day. This is disgraceful. This establishment should be shut down.

Rating: 2 /5

Bob Weiss

Wonderful food, but very little contact with physician staff and no detailed explanation of my condition or what the treatment plan was going to be. My prior experiences at Beth Israel Hosp. (Manhattan) were 100% better, but I was not in condition to travel into Manhattan.