Sampson Regional Medical Center
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607 BEAMAN ST, CLINTON, NC 28328 USA

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607 BEAMAN ST, CLINTON, NC 28328 USA

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(910) 592-8511

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2.3 out of 5 stars

Sholanda Marible
Sholanda Marible

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

So, I don't usually do this, but something needs to be done about the sorry service at Sampson Regional Medical Center. I have been bleeding for two weeks. I decided to go to the emergency room today to find out what's going on. I know some of you are probably wondering why I didn't go sooner. By the time you finish reading this, you will understand why.
I get there and tell the front desk what was going on. Then, I sat in the waiting room for at least twenty minutes before the triage nurse called my name. I get to triage and the nurse tells me to tell her the reason I was there. I explained to her that I had an IUD insertion a year and a half ago, and it was giving me problems. I also told her that I had been bleeding for two weeks straight and I wanted to find out why. She tells me, "There's nothing we can do about that. You have to go to your OB/GYN and get that checked." Pissed me off. So, after she was done taking my vitals, she had me to go sit back out in the lobby. About five minutes later, she calls for me again and puts me in a room where there was no bed, but a raggedy, broken hospital recliner. It was so raggedy that every time I sat down in it, it made a loud banging noise. I sat in that room for about an hour before the doctor came in. Well, he was a PA. He asked me why I was there. I told him everything I had told the triage nurse. He looks at me and said, "First of all, why didn't you go see your OB/GYN about this?" Pissed me off again. I replied, "First of all, I don't have an OB/GYN because the one I had, I can no longer afford." He then tells me that they can't take a look to see if the IUD had moved nor could they remove it. He then orders a urine sample and blood work from me. After doing that, I sat and waited in the same room for two more hours. The nurse finally comes in and tells me that I have a UTI, gives me some medication for the cramping, a prescription for antibiotics, and then discharged me. HOW IN THE WORLD DID THEY GET A UTI OUT OF ME BLEEDING FOR TWO FREAKIN WEEKS?!!! Y'all, I'm pissed because I know why they did that. It's because I don't have insurance (can't afford it) and I don't qualify for Medicaid. So, basically, I get what they give! And that ain't much. It makes no sense that my health is treated as a mere pimple when it could be something more going on. But because I can't pay for treatment, it's of no importance to them. I don't get it.

Alison Carr
Alison Carr

5 out of 5 stars

posted 9 months ago

My husband and I had a wonderful experience at Sampson Regional Medical Center recently with the birth of our first child. Every nurse, physician, and resident that cared for us during our stay were kind, courteous, knowledgeable, and treated us as if we were their only patient. During our three day stay, we were also very pleased with the facilities, and all of the staff members we encountered. No hospital is perfect, and nurses and doctors work long, hard hours, while still providing a high level of care. I am very glad to have this hospital in Clinton and to have been able to stay close to home for the delivery of our child.

Amy Davis
Amy Davis

2 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I was seen in the er yesterday and was not given a note for work. I called bk to the er and was told they don't give notes for work or school. I'm not from here and have NEVER heard that the Dr won't give a note for your employer. This is the biggest hog wash that I have ever heard of in my life.

chere herring
chere herring

1 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

This is the worst place ever. I bring my son in who has been severely sick for four days and can barely walk. They checks his blood presure, with no other tests and the Dr. walks in and say you got a virus and go home and drink fluids. Since when can you look at someone and give a diagnose? These people just don't care!!!!

Sampson
Sampson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

I was hospitalized for 5 days with a staph infection in which I almost lost my hand and died and and I was treated horribly from the moment I walked in the door until the time of discharge. It made an already frightening and terrible experience even worse as unimaginable as that seems. The doctors were even more unprofessional than any of the staff, in fact the CNA staff was far more professional and caring than the Drs themselves. I was treated far less than a human being and I wouldn't recommend this hospital or staff to anyone I care anything about. I have things on my medical record now that are far from true and were just inferences from the apparently poorly trained and informed doctors. If there's any recourse I can take from this hospital stay I am sure to take it! The sad thing is that I have follow up appointments scheduled with these ppl and I hope I can travel to another city where I am sure to get better care