Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital
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I’m visiting this hospital facility to visit my brother. I’m from Florida . My brother says the nurses are nice, attentive and courteous. He also said he felt safe and comfortable. His room is clean but the view of the roof is boring. Thanks for reading my review and a thumbs up would increase my google rating. Good luck to you and yours.
It has come to some customers attention that Sentara is charging and extra fee to your insurance company for just walking in a Sentara building. ie. walk into 1080 first colonial rd to see a dr and your insurance company is charge a separate extra fee for you going into a Sentara building for a consultation. Write your letters to Elwood (Bernie) Boone President of Sentara 1060 First Colonial Rd. Virginia Beach
don't call them and expect for these people to know what their doing. they were showing me like, "we don't want you, we're already making ton of money without you.." kind of attitude. no wonder they only have 3.0 points on their review which in my opinion it is way too high for their quality.
I have been here and personally witnessed them running out of bags for fluids, running out of pain meds, staff having no idea what the last person just administered. Then I’ve been there and seen great doctors. You never know what you’re going to get and that scares me. Most recent visit. Went to the ER and had 3 xrays to my wrist/hand. Nothing broken. They sent me on my way. Spent 2 hours waiting and was seen for 15 minutes, tops. Then sent me a bill for $1,300.00. That is not a justifiable charge. It’s being taken advantage of.
I Have to say this Hospital has gone down hill. For its lack and unknowledge team of Doctors, Nurses, and P.A's. I went in yesterday due to server pelvic pain that hurt so bad when I walked. I went in by ambulance and it hurt so bad to sit in chairs and wheelchairs. The people who check you in for so called minor care asked me what brought me in. I told the P.A that I have server pelvic pain that was interfering with how I walked, I told him it might be an ovarian cyst since I happened to come on my menstrual cycle twice. The P.A kept saying he doubts that it could be that and kept asking me at STD's and what not. After I told him I was recently checked last week and everything came back negative. So the MA toke my Blood pressure and it was 210 over 109 and she kept saying that can't be right and we will have to check again. Once sent back into the room I was wheeled into the ultrasound where the technician checked out my ovaries. As I was heading back to my room these so called team of P.As hurried up with my test results as I was in so much pain. As I was waiting they wanted to draw blood so I had some woman who was Egyptian who acted like she didnt know what she was doing. So as she stocked the needle in my arm for they she hit one my veins and I kept bleeding and all of a sudden it started to burn. She kept pushing the needle in my arm after I repeatedly told her to stop. Finally the P.A came back and told me I had an Ovarian cyst that was small. But I asked him why does it hurt so bad to walk. He said I don't know and walked away. I am so fed up with sentara and its Hospitals. These people have no heart or compassion for what they do