Oklahoma State University Medical Center

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744 WEST 9TH STREET, TULSA, OK 74127 USA

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(918) 599-1000
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744 WEST 9TH STREET, TULSA, OK 74127 USA

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1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Worst hospital I have ever been to. Rude nurses, never see the same doctor, don't care about their patients. They don't listen to their patients. They almost killed my family member three times while he was at a hospital stay there for kidney failure. He has many other health problems and they refused to listen to him. He's lived with all his health problems his whole life and knows how to manage them better than know it all nurses. He collapsed in the hallway after they forced him to walk after he had told them he wasn't ready. They bottomed out his blood sugar (he has diabetes) because they refused to listen to him when he needed to eat/drink and when he needed his insulin. They sent him home when he was still in kidney failure and he collapsed the next day and had to be picked up by an ambulance.
This hospital only cares about money and not it's patients-if you don't have very good health insurance they want you in and out and don't care if they send you home without your health problems being fixed or stabilized.
A different family member went here for prenatal care and she never saw the same doctor one time. Each different doctor she saw was clueless and awful so she switched hospitals. Gave 1 star because there isn't an option for any less.
No one in my family will ever go to this hospital again.

Sarah Wing
Sarah Wing

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Unfortunately, I got to become familar with this hospital while in town. The ER nurses were wonderful and couldn't have been more friendly. I just hope to never vist them again.

Wendy Pruitt
Wendy Pruitt

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Went to St Johns Owasso because I had internal beleeding. They treated me gave me a pint of blood then decided I needed to be in ICU both St Johns and St Francis hospitals ICU’s were full so they sent me to OSU Hospital.

The nursing staff and senior resident at the OSU hospital when I first got there were great. After I spoke with them I laid in bed all night and all the next day waiting on doctors. The student doctors asked me the same questions over and over again I’m talking like 20 times. I had no idea which ones were real doctors because everyone is wearing a white coat.

In the end I was told my hemoglobin numbers were great and I needed a colonoscopy which they would schedule the next day. I was well to go home but they wanted me to stay for no reason. I left on my own after contacting my insurance company. This hospital was the loudest hospital. I couldn’t sleep at all. It’s old and needs a lot of work. I will never go to this hospital again. They should have given me a care plan and sent me home. The resident doctor said he couldn’t discharge me because the surgical team doctor wasn’t there until the next day. That is no reason to keep someone and cost more money for a place that really isn’t fit to stay in.
All I can say is never again! I’ve never felt like a place was so unorganized and I’m still unsure of who my doctor was.

maurice
maurice

1 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Folks, go anywhere but to this hospital! This hospital is like walking back into the 1950s. The antique air conditioning was hardly working. The room was so hot, we had to tape a blanket to cover the window to help keep the heat out. All the rooms had fans mounted to the walls to help cool the hot room. We were on the 5th. floor, one evening we herd someone talking rather loudly in the hall. I stepped out the door to see what was going on, and saw a vagrant with his bicycle in the hallway. A policeman was asking him to leave the hospital.
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Amanda Templeton
Amanda Templeton

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Worst experience ever. Sorry I have a huge problem with the nurse standing outside my door and gossiping with the lady from registration about men and all different various topics. And make me sit and wait for almost an hour to give me my papers.

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