Peninsula Regional Medical Center
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1) Room was clean. So clean the floor was as slippery as ice. After mentioning the fact that I was a fall risk and how slippery the floor was to the nurse, I watched over the next 48 hrs as person after person had close call after close call almost falling on my room floor. Can you say lawyer???
2) MOST of the RNs, CNAs, and other hospital personnel were very friendly, personable, and helpful, however I did have one RN who was unsure as to how to change the dressing on my wound. Don't worry, I explained to HIM how to do it. FYI, not laughing!!!
4) Worst of all, after being told my surgery was scheduled for 5pm the next day, I got bumped off of the schedule due to an emergency. This was very upsetting as I sat for 11 hrs with no food, water, or pain medicine and my wife had taken the day off of work unpaid. I can understand a delay of a few hours but postponing my surgery to the next day and having to go through the whole process again just SUCKED.
RESULT: NEXT TIME I WILL GO TO AGH (Atlantic General Hospital)
I gave birth my little baby boy in this hospital. Thank you for all staffs they are the best
ER ONLY REVIEW: 0 stars. (Visit for an "emergent need")
I would like to praise the less than 5 stellar employees who are doing their best, with what they have, to do what they obviously love. They deserve promotions with generous raises. The true meaning of PRMC's mission, as an organization, was represented in these few people who weren't just doing their "job".
Please feel free to contact me for more information.
Went to the E.R. last night. I was bleeding pretty bad thought I was having a miscarriage since I was gushing blood. The staff had me back to a room only to be told to walk to a hallway and sit in the general population while my pants are covered in blood and I'm still bleeding bad. Then the bedside manner of the staff in the E.R. was horrible. They made me stand up to walk and blood started rushing out of me. That was when the nurse who got all my info finally decided to offer me a wheelchair and a room. I already decided not to deliver in this horrible hospital. Now my fears have been confirmed. This hospital doesn't care for their pregnant patients. The doctor told me that they don't send pregnant women to their maternity ward until it is a "viable" baby. Never again!
They are told my dad to stay but he wants to go when he is perfect