Permian Regional Medical Center Andrews County Ho
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This hospital fires seasoned, experienced nurses. If you are slated to deliver your baby at this hospital, please think carefully before you do. The young nurses who will care for you, while probably nice and sweet, lack experience and your care will suffer. The current nurses in labor and delivery are sneaky and conniving and create chaos-how could that possibly be good for moms and babies. Many of the current nurses lie and are dishonest. It starts at the top and someone is doing his job very poorly when dedicated, long-time nurses are being fired because of made-up allegations. This is shameful.
They helped my family in a 5 person rollover from a drunk driver and healed a broken arm broken nose cut in the back of our head and major blood loss they are truly one of the best hospitals I’ve been to so whoever keeps saying bad stuff just be quiet
$800 bucks for an ultrasound. Keep getting bills for one service from multiple places. I’ve gotten about 4 bills from different places for 1 urine test.Seems like if an employee just walks the cup down the hall we get a bill for it. Every time my wife Just visits this obgyn, it’s at least $500. Preforms procedures that are costly and unnecessary, without prior consent.This place is absurdly expensive. Bills are not itemized, literally just says you owe a certain amount with no description for what. Ran a bunch of blood tests last visit, in the tune of about $1000 dollars, never discusses any results with patients. Something needs to be done about upfront costs being set before procedures are done, not “guessing”. The health industry needs an overhaul badly. If I bought a car and was told one price, yet kept getting bills from everyone under the sun, and it ended up being double the cost, that wouldn’t be ok, would it? Yet somehow the health industry gets away with it everyday. Ridiculous. Will be settling up bills (until we receive yet another bill from someone else for a visit from months ago) and not returning.
PRMC has great employees
I went here because it felt like I had a collapsed lung or blood clot in my left lung and it was extremely painful and difficult to breath in which I also told to the admittance person at the window. I also told her I did not have insurance and was private pay. She informed me they don't have private pay pricing and I will be responsible for all charges. I was seen within half an hour of arriving and was asked several questions by the nursing staff while they took vitals. I told them I have a history of asthma and also that I had had a respiratory cold and congestion for 9 days prior but seems like I was getting better in the two days prior to my ER visit. They did an EKG, blood work, XRays, etc and made no attempt to keep my costs down doing only necessary tests. I was asked on 3 different occasions by the doctor and staff if I did any kind of illegal street drugs. Seriously? They seemed more focused on that in their diagnostics than the facts of my pulmanary history. The doctor and staff asked me on two different occasions if I would like something prescribed for the pain and a muscle relaxer which I declined. The doctor also asked me if I had ever experienced heartburn. Not if I was currently experiencing heartburn, but if i had ever experienced heartburn. I was in the room for 4 and a half hours before they release me with an official diagnosis of "heartburn". Wow. I went home and was in bed sick, in pain and coughing for 5 more days and on the 5th day started caughing up blood. I went to an urgent care facility the following morning where they were very conscious of the fact that I did not have insurance and within 20 minutes determined that i had acute Bronchitus based on my symptoms. They prescribed a pulmanary steroid and a Z pack which cleared it right up. Emergency room visit = $1700 and no actual diagnosis or treatment. Urgent care = $298 and competent diagnosis and treatment. Lesson learned avoid this emergency room when at all possible. I have to say everyone was absolutely kind and friendly but just poor diagnostic skills. What a waste of time and money.