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They will validate your valet parking so you don't pay. Nice staff, building is a bit old. The doctors are ok. Some better than others
I came to Regonal one after looking at several other hospitals all over Memphis as I was expecting a baby. Everyone I saw from nurses to specialist and the team that took care of me after having my baby was outstanding. I know many people complain about the rooms decor or the food but I didn’t find it to be different then any other hospital. I would rather have top notch doctors and nurses and friendly people in house cleaning keeping things stocked then a fancy room. I will always recommend this place and if ever have to got to a hospital this would be it. Thank you Regonal one hospital your amazing.
My friend was in a car wreck today 9/22/19 around 2:00pm, and was airlifted here from the wreck site. I’m with her husband and they haven’t told him anything about what her injuries are. The only thing we know is that she was in surgery for hours. We have been sitting in the icu waiting room since 6:00pm, it is now 10:30pm. How can people be so uncaring about the worried family. We have asked, and asked, and asked the receptionist to please get someone to tell us something. 😡😪
Was in a auto wreck, I broke my arm and spent 4 days there. During that time I recieved surgery and time to recover. Unfortunately this place has seen better days and the staff was rather bad at communication and coordinating patient needs. Few things noted: 1) I spent the first night after surgery screaming in pain and only given Oxycodone every few hours, I've told them multiple times it wasn't helping and need something like morphine to allow me the ability to sleep. 2) It took to long for a proper drug schedule to be established, however the staff was bad at updating it on my chart so I had no idea how long I would suffer this pain. 3) My bathroom didn't even have soap in the dispenser and was given a random bottle to substitute. 4) Toilet didn't flush properly. 5) A rain storm resulted in a roof leak causing some roof tiles to fall through outside my room. 6) Using the call button to make a request for anything like water, medication and ice packs usually means a 10-20 minute wait. 7) The day I was being discharged I was told the meds would be delivered to my room, I then spend over an hour waiting at the discharge station still waiting on my meds to arrive.
We got home yesterday and the pharmacy in Jonesboro AR would not take the prescriptions that Regional One wrote my husband by a doctor with Regional One- Dr. Tyler Caulkins - would not fill the medicine because the DEA number was wrong. The DEA number is the doctors identification to write medicine and his prescriptions had a wrong number on it. We called and talked to his nurse on the floor 5th floor room D526 - Letasha and it was nothing they were willing to do to help us get his prescriptions filled. I was told I would have to call his doctor and go pickup more prescriptions at his office which is 2 hours from my home, therefore leaving my husband all alone for 5 hours. This was unacceptable. They also refused to call the answering service and talk to Dr. Dabov. I will be calling the Administrator today and Dr. Dabov to get this straightened out so it never happens to another person.