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200 N MADISON, MARSHALL, MI 49068 USA

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200 N MADISON, MARSHALL, MI 49068 USA

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(269) 781-4271

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Oaklawn Hospital
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2.8 out of 5 stars

Brenda Rodewald
Brenda Rodewald

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

my mom was in outpatient surgery. they her a room on the 4th floor. when I went into the bath I turned on the water in the sink. what came out looks like someone had the shots. if she wasn't discharged that night all hell would of broke loose. for the hospital to have water problems. they should have shut it down until the water was good

Ashley Shepherd
Ashley Shepherd

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

This is the only hospital I use, I live 5 minutes away from the hospital here in Battle Creek but I would much rather drive a bit longer and go to Marshall. The staff is always SUPER friendly, I'm not waiting half as long as I've had to at other hospitals, they are always very friendly to my kids, and treat me with respect. They truly seem to care about their patients.

Marilea Smith
Marilea Smith

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I'm pregnant and was having cramping the other day so I came in and they treated me good. They sent me to the ob to make sure my baby is doing good still and thet were very considerate to my concern and found out I was dehydrated and they made sure to give me a list of stuff to look for and made sure I knew what to do . I plan on having my son here in the fall I was happy everyone was so kind

N C
N C

3 out of 5 stars

posted 3 days ago

My husband was referred to a hospital for severe dehydration. It was late morning when arrived. He was still very nauseated. They triage him after 30mins and sent him to a e.r. room. The nurse got the first i.v. and labs done right away. The second nurse tried numerous times to get a second line in. He had to say no more attempts. She flippantly responded with doctor ordered it. We firmly believe in patient rights. We restated she was done "trying". Then another lab person came in for more blood. No one explained why until we asked twice what was going on. We were then finally told his heart was showing some " distress". Now at that point we told them I am a nurse with over 35yrs hospital experience. So please feel free to explain in detail everything. Don't just keep us in the dark. It was over 3 hrs before he got anything for nausea and 8hrs before he got tylenol for his migraine. We told them from the beginning his past medical history and meds. One of the more recent diagnoses was p.o.t.s. most nurses stated they knew what it was but then processed to do just the opposite of what needed to be done. Examples are giving him a low sodium diet. He is to have extra fluids and extra salts. He just had a full cardiac work up and was given new medication. He was admitted for fluids. The afternoon staff nurse stated she knew what p.o.t.s. was but when asked what time his new medication was to be given we were told with their med pass at 9pm. This medication is not to be given within 4hrs of sleep. As it can raise the blood pressure to dangerous levels. Please do not say you know about that syndrome if you don't. We have no problems explaining it. Or say you have to look it up. Trying to pass off knowledge you don't have makes you look foolish and untrustworthy.
Luckily he had a short stay, and had no near death experiences during his stay.

Ryan Traver
Ryan Traver

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

Oaklawn truly has the best people and provides the best care. We are lucky to have a hospital of this quality in Marshall! Our daughter was born here too, and the experience couldn't have been better!

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