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Bayfront Health Seven Rivers
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2.2 out of 5 stars

Joel Dubey
Joel Dubey

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Seems like a lot of the bad reviews revolve around the ER. I was not in the ER so I cannot comment on that. What I can comment on is the staff on the 2nd floor. They are nothing short of AMAZING. I cannot believe how much they care about each and every patient and the families that are visiting. If you have a loved one and you want to make sure that they are cared for with as much love, patience and professionalism as you would provide yourself, this is the place. I will never forget how the ladies on the 2nd floor took care of my Father. Thank you for caring and please know that you are making a big difference in the world!!

cathleen donovan
cathleen donovan

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

My dad sat in the ER 25 hours before gastro dr saw him then got bed in Icu Most of the nurses were great but no one dr oversaw him. They did endoscopy exam said ulcers That was not the right diagnosis and I even said it was a gastro bleed and had history But no one seemed to care.
One dr said need blood transfusions the other said no The Lousy nurse didn’t know how to hang blood bag Or run the high tech machine so the saline backed up into blood bag, blood filled saline bag. I took voice recording and videos to Prove how incompetent they were. They only hung one unit Supposed to be two When I asked them at 9pm at night They checked and said oops and hung at midnight and then his bed broke Bottom line We got out of there as quick as we could but my dad died soon after Wrong diagnosis Left hand and no idea what right hand was doing For the two sweet blonde ICU nurses you were great (Sorry can’t recall your names get out of there !!) For the shorter brown hair nurse Get trained or get a new profession Death hospital was what the Walmart check out lady called the place I am from Massachusetts so had no idea of the reputation Don’t go there West Marion was amazing

Tammy McCowon
Tammy McCowon

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I can not put anymore complaints in, I just got off phone with management with complaints and the lady said “if your so unhappy here why do you keep coming back”
This is crazy because I told her the squad brought me there, I’ve been fighting cancer and other illness and am in the process of moving to where their are quality hospitals I just can’t do 7 Rivers again.
My stepfather is very very sick and he is at Oakhill hospital and begged us NEVER BRING HIM TO 7 RIVERS.
Has anyone read the reviews they try to tell me it’s all me NOPE I know many many ppl that refuse to go to that joke of a so called hospital and if there is a 5 star rating for this place it was made up from the staff. Nasty spiteful nurses get younger nurses in and let them do the job. I am moving and try to forget this circus

Jennie Palmer
Jennie Palmer

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

They killed my dad...taken to ER for his arm that was tender. After making him lay on a cot in ER hallway covered with a plastic tarp, shoes fell off, he was freezing. He WAS 93...of a sound mind and fragile body. They were afraid of a rash he has had for YEARS...SOME TYPE OF systemic rash...NOT CONTAGIOUS...he lived with us b4 going to care center.
I get that fear of the unknown.
The CDC Dr. Called and said he had Nairobi scabies? Are you kidding me...After numerous skin tests and evaluations through the years? And being treated for yes, even scabies and nothing helping him, I get the concern. He was highly allergic to Pennicillan. But after 2 days being admitted...his head swelled up like a basketball, he could not talk. Same symptoms as when he was given that medication years before.
It gave him a stroke. He was brought back staring and not knowing me. He died a couple days later. The medical records did not say he was given pennicillan, but I KNEW... A COVER UP. I SUSPECT.
Dad did not have to die. NOONE THERE CARED. Please watch your loved ones carefully in any facility. Make sure you know what they are administering to the patient. This hospital can never be forgiven. RIP my dearest dad...your laughter rings in my heart...


5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

My mother was recently admitted to Seven Rivers Hospital, it was a very sad time for my family but the two ICU nurses made her comfortable and my family comfortable. Mary Beth and Sarah, the best nurses I have ever met in my life. Mary Beth and Sarah were 5 steps ahead of any questions, and any needs we had while we were there. They were so god to us and so helpful, I will never forget them and their caring attitude. I appreciate them so much.

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