North Florida Regional Medical Center

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6500 NEWBERRY RD, GAINESVILLE, FL 32605 USA

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(352) 333-4000
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6500 NEWBERRY RD, GAINESVILLE, FL 32605 USA

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Consumer feedback about North Florida Regional Medical Center

David C Brown
David C Brown

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I visited North Florida Regional Medical Center twice in the past few weeks. The first was for an outpatient procedure and the second was a trip to the emergency room which included a short stay overnight in a regular room. In both cases, ALL faculty treated me with the utmost respect, compassion and professionalism. I was truly impressed at how efficiently the different departments coordinated my various procedures and tests. If you have a choice about which hospital you can go to, I highly recommend that you consider North Florida Regional Medical Center.

Derek Brown
Derek Brown

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

A family member of mine who was scheduled to have their baby there Thursday HAS BEEN WAITING and STILL IS as of Saturday at 10 PM! No Good excuse for this! Family members had to return home due to this dragged out situation. I hope North Florida Regional Hospital are happy with themselves! Cause you just lost future services for me for this poor "call back multiple times" services! If it was me, I would be making them eat their bill. If I were you,Don't have your baby there! And this coming from a man!

Vada Coleman
Vada Coleman

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I had a one night stay because of fainting at my Sisters house while living there. ER people great. Next day a short dark haired nurse came in to give me a shot which was a blood thinner. I told her that I didn't take that stuff and she got very indignant with me and yelled twice "Well, are you refusing this" and I said well, I guess I am. She made statement that she understood that I did nothing but stay in bed all the time. I SAID that was a lie and asked who told her that. She would not answer me and I told her never mind. I got home and told family what happened and they assured me that none of them said anything like that and I believed them. I was an LPN for many years and have been out of nursing for many years. I always showed my patients compassion and never had any attitudes and most certainly always double checked any medicines because of the dangers.Other nurses on that floor were super nice. Doctor of seeing only one time came right behind her and he also was extremely not nice.I just figured that I somehow brought out the worst in him and told family that. Have not gone back to him and would never go back to that hospital.

michele kudrna
michele kudrna

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

From the Valet parking, to admitting, to the Infusion Center(?), EVERYONE was very eager to help and make a long day more bearable. The food in the cafeteria and the Bella Cafe coffee were very good and priced reasonably.
I would like to thank Sophia(?) in admitting, Kim, Randy and Amy in the infusion center. Everything about my sons infusion was explained thoroughly. They made our day and helped us find the best Korean Bar-b-que restaurant right down the road. Thank you for your exceptional service. Michele and Daniel B

Sheree White
Sheree White

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

My 87 year old mother was admitted to this hospital with a heart condition which required her to stay a few days. When no one was in the room a tall thin man entered her room and ask her if she was ready to go home, she answered "I'm not sure" because she was scared. He said to this fragile woman, "Well, your going to die anyway Don't you want to die at home. My mother lived over 7 more years. She had medicare and also supplemental insurance. She was covered very well. She was so shocked she couldn't speak. Whoever this man is needs to be fired for treating patients in this manner. I hope he gets the same treatment when he's sick and afraid.
I do want to add that the nurses and doctors were very caring. I suppose there's always a Rotten apple in every barrel.

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