Prince Georges Hospital Center

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3001 HOSPITAL DRIVE, CHEVERLY, MD 20785 USA

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(301) 618-2000
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3001 HOSPITAL DRIVE, CHEVERLY, MD 20785 USA

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Consumer feedback about Prince Georges Hospital Center

Rachel Cooper
Rachel Cooper

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

I was at this hospital for 5 days and expected much better bed side manner. The worst part is that the nurses are not responsive or attentive. Many times they came 20 - 30+ min after being paged to me room for assistance. Be prepared for long wait times. Facility is dirty (bathrooms, hallways, elevators). Doctors are inconsistent with information. Many do not take the time to explain things to you, and just tell you all this “medical termed” information, and leave the room. Unless you are in trauma, would not recommend this hospital.

Xavior Braxton
Xavior Braxton

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I have never had a good experience at this hospital. Everyone that works there has a horrible attitude and the talk down to people. The discrimination that I and family members have faced is ridiculous. They treat everyone that walks through the door like some kind of junkie pill speaker. They don't even take the time to diagnose before they jump to this conclusion. This is by far the worst hospital I have ever been to and I have never been treated worse. If I could rate them with zero star I would one star is to generous.

Alane Phili
Alane Phili

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Worst Hospital Ever!!!If I could have rated this zero stars, I would. I went to the psych unit last year to be evaluated as a teen. The nurse questioned me rudely because I was upset to be in the hospital and she answered me with sarcasm. I waited in the separate psych unit waiting room for 2 days before even being evaluated by a doctor and they made me change into scrubs even though I had not even been evaluated by a doctor yet and was not officially a patient and they would not let me leave. For a fragile and shy teen, the counselor was impatient and unfriendly and decided to admit me because she implied that I was not giving her the info she wanted.I saw a patient trying to get up and leave and she was unnecessarily beaten up and punched by security and slammed to the ground, when security could have easily restrained her instead. They took me to the second floor in the wheel chair as if I couldn’t walk as a “safety measure”. The psych unit was filled so they made me wait yet another 2 days for a space on a different floor this time. On this floor, I sat inside a small room 24/7 with nothing to do and nobody to talk to as if I was in solitary. There was a camera in my room turned on 24/7 which made me feel like I had no privacy, whatsoever . Nurses only came to bring me food and evaluate me for 5 mins a day and left me in the room like I was in jail for the next 2 days. No therapeutic exercises were given, no group meetings etc. I just sat in that lonely empty room . I felt extremely alone and cried day after day. I didn’t know what I did to deserve this type of treatment. The food was disgusting and cold. They did not even provide me with water. I had to go look for a nurse to ask for water every time I was thirsty. One nurse made me burst into tears by being judgmental about my situation and calling me guarded and superficial. I did not feel heard or helped. I was judged and treated like I was less than. For a tiny girl, I was give only pair of XL scrubs which was too big and too long. I was not offered tooth paste or a toothbrush to brush my teeth or extra scrubs or equipment for me to take a shower. All I did was eat, sleep and use the bathroom. I didn’t bathe for 3 days or brush my teeth. The bathroom was disgusting and had mold around it, no toilet seat or soap to wash my hands. I felt dirty and homeless. When the doctor finally evaluated me, I lied because I could not stand remaining at this hospital because it worsened my mental health. The doctor told me that they did not have space to keep me, so I was sent home. The only reason I had not gone to Children’s hospital was because I had turned 18. Otherwise, worst hospital ever. Go to Holy Cross instead. Trust me, I’m not over exaggerating. Drive yourself to a different hospital! My experience was traumatizing.

Mz. Lee Marie
Mz. Lee Marie

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I have heard all of the horror stories, so when I was transferred to PG County I HONESTLY cried. To my surprise the Nursing staff on floor 9 was incredible and the Patient Care techs were attentive - caring. Every morning the Facilities Support tech had such a beautiful smile, kind words and made sure my room was up to standard. I was in this hospital for 6 days and went through every rotation with the Physical Therapy staff, the Phlebotomist techs and all were professional. Some of these reviews are not fair and no hospital is perfect. If by chance you should have to come to PG County Hospital, please come with an open mind. They will surprise you.
Lisa Cooper room 913

Mike Maphis
Mike Maphis

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Got one because zero isn't an option. Treated me like I should never have walked in the door and acted like I was pill seeking. Final diagnosis something is wrong with you knee and get it fixed or your leg will die good luck

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