Parkview Noble Hospital

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401 SAWYER RD, KENDALLVILLE, IN 46755 USA

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(260) 347-8700
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401 SAWYER RD, KENDALLVILLE, IN 46755 USA

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Parkview Noble Hospital
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3.3 out of 5 stars

T M
T M

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Having been to the ER for myself once and my son three times in the last 2-3 years, I have now decided to never go back. They left me for hours after severing my tendon without pain medication. And my son? He has had issues with his heart since he was born, but recently has been having episodes of a racing heart (200+bpm). The first two times were ok. I simply thought the nurses were rude. But this last time was a joke. When one's heart beats over 200x per minute, and they already have a heart condition, the longer it goes on, the more damage it does. They allowed it to go on for THREE HOURS. Instead of doing what we KNOW works, they continued to try other medications. The nurses had no clue what they were doing. Questioning each other on nearly everything "does this go here?" We left after nearly 4.5 hours and my son was puking for hours afterwards due to the strain on his heart and body that they allowed. I will never go back to that ER. I don't recommend that anyone goes there.

A Healthy Snack
A Healthy Snack

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Countless cases of medical malpractice. Not a professional place at all, if you have another option then go with your other option, wherever it may be.

Mysti Souix
Mysti Souix

3 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

For the most part excellent service with the exception of one very rude unprofessional and careless nurse who yelled at me because my Dr couldn't get me in sooner talked down to me and then placed other patients that came in after me in rooms while making me sit in my wheelchair in waiting room. She made a smart comment about me being unable to walk and when she did place me in a room it was the wrong one so I had to move rooms. When it was time to be released she was the one to check me out and rip my tape off IV pulling it all out in one fail swoop causing my vein to burst and blood started going everywhere. Btw I was being seen for hemorrhaging and was already anemic and dehydrated from blood lose. Great job nurse death. I wish I had gotten her name to report her.

Justin Jones
Justin Jones

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

It's bad when the doctors, refuse to run tests based off of another doctors opion. Yet give you fluids just to lower levels and then send you on your way. It sure seems as though it would be better to get the problem fixed rather then just a patch job until the next day. Then having to return and the er doctor tries to admit you to parparkview behavioral, because they can't seem to do their job. It's sad we have to pay a lot of money for nothing. That's the parkview way

Clyde McWilliams
Clyde McWilliams

2 out of 5 stars

posted 9 months ago

Nurses are nice. I came in with severe pain in left shoulder down into arm and also into my neck. My blood work came back good and EKG looked good. I have had 2 open heart surgeries and never had bad EKG or bloodwork. They gave me 2 pain pills 1st then fentynal in my iv then came back with Tordol iv and some muscle relaxer iv and an ativan pill.... All this I was and am still hurting so the dr wanted to give me ibuprofen and said I was good to go home. We still didnt do any x ray or c.t. scan to find the problem. So no not a very good hospital