Providence Milwaukie Hospital

Address

10150 SE 32ND AVENUE, MILWAUKIE, OR 97222 USA

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Phone

(503) 513-8300
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10150 SE 32ND AVENUE, MILWAUKIE, OR 97222 USA

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Consumer feedback about Providence Milwaukie Hospital

Patience Rynerson
Patience Rynerson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

I must shout out to the absolutely wonderful care staff in the ER this evening! I had a ugly little incident and they were all so genuinely compassionate while still down to earth and completely on top of my care!!! The doctor was prompt, knowledgeable, with a great attitude and treated me like a human being rather than a room number. The technician and nurse were absolutely awesome as well! Thank you Providence, yet again for the best in care!

Nicole Burns
Nicole Burns

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Came to get my kidneys checked knowing I have kidney issues and they would not listen they prescribed me for a uti and that is not what it’s for I got no fluids which last time I did get fluids and that’s what made me feel better. Walked away in pain and paying for prescription that isn’t gonna help me thanks hospital definitely won’t ever come back here. I can literally die from dehydration and they totally ignored what I was saying.

Amy Gunn
Amy Gunn

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I just had a foot reconstruction. All of the staff were ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL !

Brendon Fest
Brendon Fest

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

AVOID THIS PLACE. If you can go someplace else do it. I came here almost unconscious in an ambulance with some broken bones. By the time I was finally released a few weeks later I was suicidal. Not joking. Not being dramatic. Care was not about me the patient, it was about the Dr.’s getting to stroke their egos. I got better care at a hospital in Africa in 2005 when I was stabbed out at a club where I didn’t speak the language or understand what they were doing.

Mae Graham
Mae Graham

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

Thank you guys so much. Incredible staff. This is the first time I felt truly well cared for by the medical community, Providence left a lasting positive impression.

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