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feedback about Roper Hospital
Myself and my wife were on vacation when she had an emergency medical issue. I drove her to Roper Hospital ER, and from start to finish they were simply wonderful. We were treated with kindness and compassion and some of the best medical care I have ever seen. Thanks for making a scary situation another reason to love the low country.
First time there, everyone was so polite and very helpful. Everything went so smooth and on time. Would highly recommend this hospital.
I was an out of town visitor and I was admitted before my papers were even printed. The nurses and staff were great and the doctor not only took care of my immediate needs, but made sure I was taken care of for the remainder of my stay in Charleston:)
UPDATE: At the time I visited the hospital, I didn't have my insurance card and told them to just bill me and I would have been home in Wisconsin where I accidentally left my card. They didn't hesitate or give me the bare bones treatment like other docs and dentists have in the past when I was self pay. I was taken care of to the best of standards despite the note that I was a self pay patient.
When I received the bill which reflected every charge, I called them with my insurance information and it was processed without any issues. I stand by my rating.
While on vacation in Charleston SC, my wife had to go to the emergency room with unknown cause of pain in back and abdomen at midnight. The ambulance carried her to Roper Hospital emergency. From the time we arrived until the time we departed the doctor and staff was great. They found the problem and we able to return home in Alabama to have surgery for gall stones. The staff even called me to check on her condition on the way back home. I strongly praise the night shift staff. They are professional and caring. I would recommend them to anyone.
I've never been to or worked in a hospital so mixed up as this. A different staff of nurses not only at shift change but also everyday. How discomforting to have to explain things almost every hour. Meals are at different times. Ex: breakfast anytime between 8 and 10. On the positive side their was one nurse that was very terrific she worked in the cardiac icu. JENNIFER was patient and answered all of our questions.