Palm Springs General Hospital

Address

1475 W 49TH ST, HIALEAH, FL 33012 USA

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Phone

(305) 558-2500
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1475 W 49TH ST, HIALEAH, FL 33012 USA

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Consumer feedback about Palm Springs General Hospital

Larkin Community Hospital
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2.7 out of 5 stars

Rose Martinez
Rose Martinez

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Great doctors/ nurses ! Very professional and informative! My grandfather recently went to the Er/icu and I was very impressed with everyone.

Lauren H
Lauren H

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 days ago

Nursing staff on unit did not use universal precautions or basic hygiene. RN inserted and removed needles without wearing gloves. When I asked him if he would put gloves on, he asked "Why?" and pulled the needle out with bare hands. Maintenance cleans the floors but the linens are dirty. I stared at a wall covered in stains. Not sure if spilled food or bodily fluids. What was once a clear shower curtain was an opaque color due to lack of cleaning or just simply replacing it. The 24 hr visiting policy does not help patients. It makes it more dangerous when multiple ppl are walking around at 2am unsupervised. It would be very easy to victimize a patient. No call button for nurses. You have to toss that heart monitor over your shoulder, unplug your IV from the wall, and walk down a hallway while dragging your med equipment, if you need a nurse. You can see how that may be very dangerous for very sick or non ambulatory patients. I spent a lot of time crying worried I would not make it out alive. Environment is high risk for bloodborne illness transmission or MRSA outbreak.

Hector F
Hector F

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Lowest level of Hospital Care I’ve ever experienced. Please explain how a RN does not speak and understand the English language. This makes a very dangerous situation to patients. Complex medication terminology and descriptions provide for a very volatile and dangerous combination.

Assuan Lens
Assuan Lens

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Worst hospital, rooms they do not have intercom to communicate with nurser, they use an old bell, that you get tired of ringing since they can not be heard do to how loud they are, the head nurse screams from the top of her lung looking for nurses. My mothers bed sheets were never change in the we were there, we had to do it our self. The Doctors contradict them self in front of patients and fingers are always pointed to people but no one takes actions. Nurses inject with out cleaning the injection area with alcohol. OVER ALL A WORSE HOSPITAL

Cassie Gubnitsky
Cassie Gubnitsky

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Welcome to hell on earth - if you don’t go there insane you will definitely leave there insane