Scott Memorial Hospital

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1451 N GARDNER ST, SCOTTSBURG, IN 47170 USA

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(812) 752-3456
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1451 N GARDNER ST, SCOTTSBURG, IN 47170 USA

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Scott Memorial Hospital
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2.2 out of 5 stars

Owens Customs
Owens Customs

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Amazing emergency room staff, took care of my wife both times she had to go in for her kidney stones. The doctor on call was polite and explained everything really well and got us transferred to Clark memorial for surgery. I recommend them to anyone having any pain etc. Their ambulance people also arrived very quickly and we're extremely nice and understanding as well.

Anna Spellman
Anna Spellman

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I definitely won't go back and I will be finding a new dr. For my family I went in for pain in my back that had been persistent for weeks now and sat for 3hrs for the too give me pain medicine and send me home all they did was a urine test. They weren't rude other than everyone that came to my room ran right back out and left the door open everytime. There was no privacy, no help and my back still hurts with no answers. I read the pain medicines paper work i will not be taking it for any reason what so ever. If you want pills they'll gladly give you some just to leave.

Sandra S.
Sandra S.

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

*COMPLETE JOKE FOR A "HOSPITAL" we took our 11 yr old daughter to the ER with blood in her urine and pain in her side, it took them 6 hours to tell us its a uti, never gave her anything for pain, took her vitals in the waiting room bcuz they said they had to "clean" some rooms, there were 6 cars in the parking lot so not sure what the problem was, it wasnt until i asked for the 5th time where is the dr that he came in and spent a whole 1 min and 1/2 with her, then, we waited another hour and 5 mins jst to get discharge pprs, then our poor daughter STILL had to wait at the pharmacy to finally get medication to start feeling better...they had some creepy staff guy continuously walking the er starring at all of the sick patients that were there, making my daughter and myself feeling creeped out...i will drive to any other hospital in the future besides this one...if you care about yourself or your family members, i would strongly suggest u do the same, i will b shocked if my review makes it online...tonline...we have lived here a year and it didnt take long to realize that the WHOLE city is corrupt, the schools and their entire staff arent any better, nor the law enforcement, nor the utilities company EVERYONE in this city have major attitude problems, and let the drug addicts run rampet!!!

Joseph Rady
Joseph Rady

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 day ago

I came in with pancreatitis and my pain was 8 out of 10 and they sent me home with having my pain at a level 4 so half what I went in with but sent me home with no medicine for it and 3 to 4 days later end up back in the hospital cause of the pain

Shirley Bryson
Shirley Bryson

2 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

Great grandchild had to be moved to Kosair at parent's insistence. She had pneumonia. She was dehydrated and they couldn't get an IV in. She did finally start ingestings some liquids and was feeling a little better but some of the nurses would skip her medicines or breathing treatments if she was asleep. In her sleep her oxygen tube fell off and her levels dropped to 80 something. Her dad woke up and found it in time. She was not checked as she should have been . The plan was to maybe send a 19 month old child home with oxygen in another day.That's when the parents decided something had to change. The child soiled the sheets and parent asked to have them changed and were ignored. Three days later and they were still on the bed. Immediately when she was admitted to Kosair, an IV was inserted, she is getting breathing treatments and her medications on time with none being skipped. That's the difference in substandard care and excellent care. If you care about your loved ones better think it over before you choose Scott Co Memorial.