Sacred Heart Hospital

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5151 N 9TH AVE, PENSACOLA, FL 32504 USA

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(850) 416-7000
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5151 N 9TH AVE, PENSACOLA, FL 32504 USA

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Sacred Heart Health System
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2.8 out of 5 stars

Alexis Gillum
Alexis Gillum

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I recently gave birth at sacred heart hospital. It was everything but pleasant .This was my fourth child and it was the worst experience I have ever had giving birth. From the moment I got there I had a student and a nurse the student didn't seem to know anything to well. And when it came for me to have an iv the nurse was instructing the student on how to do it. Putting me in horrible pain from just an iv. I did sign stating a student may be in there but didn't accept them stabbing me with anything. Than they switch shifts and night nurse came in she was wonderful. Than I get transfered to mother and baby unit horrible. I had one nurse That allowed the thermometer wire touch my newborns baby's mouth and all over his face my mother and law said something and she was just rude as ever. On top of it all. I was in a roach infected room (I saw at least 5 baby roaches) I did take pictures. That's just some of thing.

Jennifer Walsingham
Jennifer Walsingham

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I would give Sacred Heart Children's Hospital 10 stars if I could. My daughter broke her back and has been here for 12 days, starting in PICU and then to a regular bed. She has had nothing but the best of treatment from doctors, nurses, physical therapists, and every other person who has worked with her. Today she took a few steps, and everyone cheered. They really care about her, and us too. I am truly thankful.

dking6877
dking6877

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

In a word, Awesome. My wife and I are here on vacation and I developed kidney stones. Never having kidney stones before, that is a special kind of pain, we were concerned. Doctor Camero and nurse Kim gave me the best care I have ever gotten. Period. Knowledgeable, kind, funny and professional. They didn't talk down to me, took the time to explain everything and actually answered my, and my wife's, questions. Every hospital administration makes mistakes with paperwork and are money hungry jerks. I've come to expect that. What matters is the care you get. Mine was amazing. I unfortunately spend a lot of time in doctor's offices. The care I receive in Kansas can't compare. Truly the best medical care I have ever received. Thank you.

Danette W.
Danette W.

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

After giving birth to twins via c-section (in 2015), the nursing staff would not let me rest. Coming in every 10 minutes to do things, I feel, we're unnecessary (constantly doing their weight, begging to give my babies unnecessary shots, breast feeding people, it was a constant riot and parade of people...I was so exhausted. Then I ask if my babies could stay in the nursery for a while so I can rest, the nurse was very reluctant in doing it but finally agreed and kept them for a total of 45 minutes and brought them right back and continued the parade in and out of my room, weighing, testing, paperwork, etc. it was a hard, hard 5 days in that hospital. The worst part is they do not cater to the new father like Baptist did when I had my oldest child. The father was treated with much love at Baptist, being offered meal options when the mom meals were ordered and given a roll-away bed to sleep in next to me. Sacred Heart did not even acknowledge I had a husband with me. No acknowledgement to the new dad...of twins! No bed, no meals, not even including in conversations dealing with our new babies. He rested for 3 days on the hard bench in my room until his back couldnt take it anymore then he went home to rest comfortably. He commuted back and forth for the rest of my days there.

So mother-to-bes, have your beautiful new editions at Baptist if possible. I heard good things about West Florida Hospital as well but never gave birth there personally. But Baptist treated me and my family right and I thought I was going to get that treatment no matter where I went but I was wrong. I do not recommend having babies here if you're looking for a loving, family centered environment afterbirth.

Roger Drake
Roger Drake

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

ER wait time is really bad here. I bet if one of the Dr'z, nurses or someone who works here has an emergency and comes to the ER, they don't wait.

Been here 3 hours and dtill waiting. Asked is taking so long. They said its been busy, but also they the my daughters blood work and ekg were done. I told her nothing had been done. Front desk shows the system as being done. BS hospital ER.

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