Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital



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Kelly Newell
Kelly Newell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

My dad recently had an out patient surgery. I drove from New Mexico to pick him up and was greeted kindly and immediately. They treated my dad with great respect and just like he was their family member. Thank goodness for the kindness they showed him. I am fairly far away and feel so much better knowing there is good people in this world that I can count on.

Carol Hardin
Carol Hardin

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I was in the ER at RPMH on Feb 10th and I had the BEST care possible!!

. The doctor and the staff are the very best and I highly recommend Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital .

Michael Wyatt
Michael Wyatt

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Good hospital for a small community.

Tina Anderson
Tina Anderson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 11 months ago

I took my father into the emergency room today at around 4 pm. He fell and hit his head and back. He is an elderly dialysis patient with congestive heart failure and diabetes. After he was brought back to his room I went back there. I could hear him hollering for help while the nurse sat literally not even ten feet away from where he was laying. The nurses name is Hydie (the staff refused to give me her last name). Then she stood there and laughed and pointed at me with the doctor. They had my father laying flat on his back and he couldn't breathe. She ignored him until I went off on her and had the doctor come. Then she said she couldn't find his chest ray records even though I could see them clear as day on the computer screen. I had to point them out to her. Then she lied to a police officer and said I threatened her. Which was a blatant lie. I never cursed or threatened. She told this lie because I had already said I was filling a complaint. And now I can't even go back to see my dad. It's 7:15 and I'm still here in the parking lot. I don't know what this nurses deal is but she has no business being a nurse. This is elderly abuse and she needs to be fired immediately. I plan to take this to the furthest possible level of proper channels. Nobody should be treated like this. Especially considering how much we pay for medical care.

Trisha Ellis
Trisha Ellis

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

I was brought in by EMS. I don't have much recollection of the ER, but I can tell they worked fast and furious, did the right tests, found the problems and admitted me to critical care. I can honestly say that's one heck of an ER staff, and I'm sort of an expert on different ERs.
The critical care was scary, but the nurses, mostly fabulous. (Only had a problem of one nurse, she's crazy about X-Files television series. Elderly woman,worked nights, truly could do well treating inmates in prison).
And on the other end of the spectum,we have Shonna, RN. Her driving skills are less then perfect,but hysterical! Shonna took care of us during the day, (us, is my family and I). Made us feel like family and friends. Every nurse, save the one mentioned in second paragraph are so amazing and down to earth.
I can't think of another hospital where I'd rather go in an emergency. I'm grateful for their care and expertise.
Oh, one more thing, you may want to get someone to bring food, just saying, if you're starving, hospital food could be good,. Yeah, but not this hospital.
And remember, I have had way more experience then a person wants or needs in these things.

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