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2333 MCCALLIE AVE, CHATTANOOGA, TN 37404 USA

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2333 MCCALLIE AVE, CHATTANOOGA, TN 37404 USA

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(423) 698-6061

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3.2 out of 5 stars

Marsha Hendrix
Marsha Hendrix

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I have been hospitalized many times over the years for various surgeries. I had never been to let alone hospitalized at Park Ridge. My stay was great as far as hospitals go. You do have to be checked on often but let's get real, after a surgery you dont sleep well anyway. Home or otherwise.
The staff was amazing. Kept me up to date on everything they done. Always made sure I was comfortable. Highly recommend.

Marilyn Ivester
Marilyn Ivester

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

My mother fell and broke both wrists and her leg. We went to Parkridge to the emergency room and stayed from Sunday night until Thursday. I can honestly say that every employee from the emergency room staff to the nursing staff along with the housekeeping staff was helpful, considerate, professional and did an excellent job. I am very appreciative for the care my mother received from this hospital. I don't have a single complaint. They made a trying event easier to handle. Thank you Parkridge staff🙂

Mary bricker-jenkins
Mary bricker-jenkins

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

The too few disability parking spaces are taken by employees. That should not be allowed. Right now I sm watching an elderly, disabled woman struggling to get from the parking lot to the entrance. She is obviously in pain. Her attendant connot help with that. This is not the gifirst ti I have complained about the parking situation. I have confirmed that the spaces are used by staff, who should have their own disability spaces.

Sergio Marrero
Sergio Marrero

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

Terrible experience. I went in telling the staff that I had contracted Salmonella from my employment and just about everyone brushed aside my claim of salmonella, stating that it was the flu. I had no flu like symptoms, but regardless, they did many tests just to gouge money out of me. They performed an artery stick for O2 levels (No breathing issues), chest X-Ray (No pulmonary issues) and a CT scan with Contrast for my abdominal area even though I had no serious issues there (It was cramping due to the salmonella. I stated my concerns to a nurse but she brushed it aside. 3 Hours in, and they come back to tell me that it's not the flu. I asked what if it could be salmonella but they said that they needed more tests. Nurses were slow to respond to my calls to unhook my IV so that I could use the restroom. I had to wait anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes for one to show up. 2 hours later and they come back saying that I am getting discharged. I asked if my claim was correct but the doctor refused to acknowledge it, claiming that it was (nothing major). That's all fine and dandy, but I still wanted to know what I had. I'm sure they didn't want to confirm my suspicions to avoid liability.

Overall, I felt used. Many unjustified tests were performed on me for the sake of raking in more money and in the end, I had no answers. I was just another number. I would not recommend this hospital to anyone. In fact, I recommend anyone and everyone to use another hospital that will actually treat you well and to avoid my situation.

Thank you for reading,
- Sergio Marrero

Tiffany Grayson
Tiffany Grayson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Parkridge compared to erlanger is hands down better for adults. I get the attention I need to get better and the drs are great.

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