North Logan Mercy Hospital

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500 EAST ACADEMY, PARIS, AR 72855 USA

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Mercy Hospital Paris
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3.1 out of 5 stars

Gary Pelz
Gary Pelz

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Just had 3 day stay at hospital.all personal very helpful and had very good care, doctor s were great,when went in almost incapacitated,had diagnosed and feeling better by next morning had cloritis if you have ever had you will understand problems associate d with problem, I felt they did not take a lot of unnecessary test would highly recommend.

Shirley Lane Farm LLC
Shirley Lane Farm LLC

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Do NOT go here. Our family has had several personal experiences, with grave misdiagnosis! We are not the only ones. We’ve complained they need better and compassionate staff.

Jakeb Terry
Jakeb Terry

1 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Had to go in 3 days in a row before they decided that they didn't know what was wrong with me and sent me children's hospital in little rock where I was told that if I hadn't come in when I did there was a very strong likelihood that I would have died the next day. The clinic said I was fine and sent me home the first day and the second gave me stomach medication then the third took my blood and said they had no idea what was wrong with it but it definitely wasn't normal and then sent me to children's.

Linda Beeler
Linda Beeler

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

I cannot thank Mercy ER enough for taking such kind and compassionate care of me on Sunday night. I was hiking Mount Magazine and stumbled upon a yellow jacket nest in the ground. I was badly stung on my foot, leg, and hand.

After making it back to the lodge and informing the Ranger, I was given some topical ointment for the swelling and pain and took a few Benadryl but it was starting to look like I was having a bad allergic reaction. Within an hour, I had hives all over my body and was having trouble breathing. The ranger escorted us down the mountain to Mercy ER where they were waiting at the door for me.

They immediately hooked me up to an IV and got the epi, steroids, Benadryl, and anti-nausea going to help me start breathing. It was a very scary experience and they were so calming and professional. I cannot thank Dr. Mary Pugh enough and her wonderful RN for their kindness. I am so grateful to them.

You are in good hands if you need to go to this ER.

Joe B.
Joe B.

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

They took care of us in a very kind and professional manner.