Parkview Wabash Hospital, Inc

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710 N EAST ST, WABASH, IN 46992 USA

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(260) 563-3131
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710 N EAST ST, WABASH, IN 46992 USA

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Parkview Wabash Hospital
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2.6 out of 5 stars

Jared Parrett
Jared Parrett

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

Went in there with abdominal pain and had my appendix out with in a few hours, everyone from the time I walked in the ER till I was wheeled out in a chair was awesome...I see alot of bad reviews on here but doctors are not magicians and nurses are normal people who see this stuff everyday. I would walk back in there and feel safe and comfortable anyday.

R. Ackley
R. Ackley

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

This is still Wabash hospital, just in a new fancier location. Choose a different ER if you have the option. Whoever saw me (they never introduced themselves) made zero effort to help figure out what the issue could be. Just ordered some meds and pushed me out the door. I know ERs don't help with much and I went merely out of desperation but wow.... everyone acted like they were inconvenienced by their jobs. Except whoever was working the front desk, she was more caring than any professional I encountered in the back.

Dj Brown
Dj Brown

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

My mom went in with an allergic reaction, the er nurse put epinephrine in her iv, because he didn't read her chart and caused her to have a heart attack. She was then sent home and now she is in Fort Wayne to receive a heart catheter from the damage caused by such gross negligence. Don't go here take your chances at home or go to a real hospital

Jerry Stan Williams
Jerry Stan Williams

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

I called to alert the emergency room that my grandchild was being brought there by my son. The operator told me that it was all right that I called but that the emergency room knows how to deal with emergencies. I told her they would arrive in 5 to 10 minutes and she said with impatient disgust, "thank you", then she hung up on me! How could a hospital operator be so rude and impatient with such a call? Any company's first line of customer service is often the telephone operator. If the operator can't treat a customer with kindness and respect, then the customer is left with the feeling that it may be a company-wide culture. I pray that isn't the case because my granddaughter is on the way and will need kind, loving, and professional emergency care.

Pat siblisk
Pat siblisk

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

My doctor had me go to their laboratory for a stool sample container. It took the staff at least 15 minutes to figure out what to do, in between calls to find pizza sliced in squares instead of slices, and then failed to tell me me that the sample had to be to them within an hour after it was in the container. So, when I got it to them after driving from Peru, I was told it was no good. If I was at deaths door I would go ahead and die before I trusted them to "try" to help me!

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