Queens Hospital Center

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82-68 164TH STREET, JAMAICA, NY 11432 USA

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(718) 883-3000
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82-68 164TH STREET, JAMAICA, NY 11432 USA

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Queens General Center Hosp.
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2.8 out of 5 stars

George Razmenov
George Razmenov

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Imagine what you expect in a typical ER, and toss that in the trash when you come here. The staff are extremely disrespectful save for like one or two people. I had a friend who was admitted here after he attempted suicide. After 6 hours in the ER, they admitted him into a Psych Ward with staff that threatened to medicate patients if they didn't comply. I don't know who's bright idea was it to put the suicidal person in the same room as patients with violent tendencies and that scream.

The doctor reviewing his case was rude and yelled at him, calling him a liar when he was asking when he was going home. He was more interested in what he took rather than why. He even tried to convince me and his parents that the reason was he was "playing too many video games". I couldn't even speak to him since they only allowed like 3 minute phone calls every two hours.

Don't come here unless you want to be treated horribly, threatened with drugs, and practically misdiagnosed. This hospital should be shut down immediately.

denise Mortimore
denise Mortimore

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

The eye clinic staff has no respect to patient and lie alot. they hang up phone on you and when you call back they have attitude. They need to change their staff this happen once too often.

Tammy Malone
Tammy Malone

3 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Was treated royally by staff but some of the doctors I encountered think they special and very arrogant because they went to med school.
They lack bedside manner and spoke openly about other patients condition in my presence. Imagine being in preterm labour at 7 months and hearing the doctors dismiss one patient's baby's death as if it was irrelevant

Sanjida Doli
Sanjida Doli

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Worst experience ever. Staff need to be trained on how to speak and behave with patients. Work ethics are very low. I suggest the hospital invests in good employees or a good training facility where they teach their employees how to behave at their work place. I would NEVER recommend anyone to come to this hospital. They DO NOT care about patients they’re more invested in playing around with each other. Also, when my father was vomiting all the nurse walked away instead of providing him with a bucket. Oh and don’t forget the stained sheets there too. Apparently they are “washed”.

Mark J
Mark J

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Extremely long ER wait times. Business-oriented hospital, they do not care about your well-being as long as they get the $$$$ from you or insurance they will keep you confined there. If your health coverage is bad, then you'll be kicked out faster than how you got in. Majority of the people confined are really not sick but are just fully covered by insurance.

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