Palms of Pasadena Hospital

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1501 PASADENA AVE S, SAINT PETERSBURG, FL 33707 USA

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(727) 381-1000
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1501 PASADENA AVE S, SAINT PETERSBURG, FL 33707 USA

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Palms of Pasadena Hospital
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3 out of 5 stars

Alona Nicole Alancio
Alona Nicole Alancio

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

John and Ash from the ER are the most amazing & memorable individuals of all hospital care staff one could ever encounter in a lifetime. Being that cancer and heart failure try to consume me, I’ve been presented with many, many hospital care members on the East & South Coast ... NOTHING gave me the healing joy in my soul, as these two individuals have. I shall forever share my gratitude for their superior care. Should you find yourself in an unfortunate situation, having to come to this ER, I assure you that you will receive the highest quality of healthcare, if this duo is on shift.

Joe Reck
Joe Reck

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

If you expect to see a doctor upon visiting at the emergency room don't even dream of it the best you'll see is maybe a one-year intern who knows nothing and you will leave with I
. That is no more information than you could have googled online. Now what would I recommend is the best hospital in St Petersburg ? NONE !!!!

ANY DOCTOR WHO DOES HIS MAIN PRACTICE AS A HOSPITAL ON CALL DOCTOR SHOULD TELL YOU SOMETHING HE'S A FAILURE.

The last five years out of three hospitals I went to in St Petersburg area I was only seen by one doctor the rest where interns or wewe serving their 2-year residency.

Also there was never any doctor on call in the hospital.
so if you want to be treated by the best I suggest you go to your local golf course and meet a doctor on The fairway.
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Eder Flored
Eder Flored

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I would give zero and even negative stars if I could!!! If you’re dying or are in a real emergency do not come to this ER! I have been sitting in ER with no one at the front desk to assist. There was a woman going back and forth from door to door passing us without even making eye contact or attempting to make sure patients in need were being assisted. About ten minutes later, someone wearing royal blue scrubs strolled in with her lunch in hand and asked if anyone was being helped, at this point it was myself and a recovering stroke victim waiting for assistance, so I told her NO! Her response was OK and moseyed on back into the secure area before her food got cold. I called the head nurse and told her there’s no one here to assist patients coming into the ER with EMERGENCIES!! She rudely responded “well sometimes we have volunteers and sometimes we don’t, but you can sign into the kiosk if you need help.” Oh awesome thank you for that stellar insight!!! Overall don’t come to this hospital to be treated, if it’s your only choice then you can be handled here but clearly patient care is not priority!!!

Tory Anello
Tory Anello

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I had to do two surgeries 7 months apart and had them done at Palms...the first one was a life-threatening emergency...the staff was WONDERFUL! I was so scared..so full of pain and illness...and the nurses and doctors took the time with my family and me it required (and more) to get me well. At nearly 70yo their patience and accommodations meant EVERYTHING to me. They care❤...REALLY CARE about you. I've been other places much closer to my home when others needed hospitalization and I now know how very.blessed I was to be at Palms!

Mirah Robles
Mirah Robles

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

*I have received a response from administration and a apology from both the emergency room director, and the administrative director also.*

I came to the emergency room for treatment, which I was in a dire amount of pain due to some issues going on. I am also chronologically ill. One of the nurses who has taken care of me before was MOCKING me in ear shot. I can understand a bad night, really, I can. I can understand you might have someone coding on the other part of the emergency room. But mocking a patient that is actually feeling pain and is sick? Wrong. That nurse is in the wrong field to be mocking a patient when hes supposed to be caring for people that are sick. He has such a bad attitude problem and that is why myself and my family has made the decision not to come back to POPH for any reason, at all. I admit there are some staff members that are great nurses and there are some great doctors, but that nurse made me feel like I cannot express how much pain I'm in without being made fun of; and basically being called a liar. It was unacceptable behavior from someone who is in a practice of caring for individuals, regardless of their own personal opinion. In-fact, it was disgusting. I hope the nurse in question does not receive a patient who is having a heart attack, and mocks them saying "Oh he's not having a heart attack" and suddenly said patient codes and dies because the nurse is uncaring and incompetent. A big thanks to the staff that reached out and apologized for my experience, those are great representatives of the hospital; however to avoid being under care of the nurse in question, I will not be returning.

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