Sharon Hospital

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50 HOSPITAL HILL ROAD, PO BOX 789, SHARON, CT 6069 USA

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(860) 364-4228
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50 HOSPITAL HILL ROAD, PO BOX 789, SHARON, CT 6069 USA

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Sharon Hospital
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3.1 out of 5 stars

Catherine Mahoney
Catherine Mahoney

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Great place to have a baby if you want PTSD from the experience!

Nurses infiltrated a vein with an (unnecessary yet forced) IV causing serious swelling, they over-filled a bathtub spilling water into the floor below. The midwife was arrogant and aggressive (and never even had a child before so seriously lacked appreciation for the mother's pain). The doctor was even more arrogant and aggressive, not to mention uncouth and lacking in any social niceties. They caused more problems (plenty) than they fixed (which was none). I would suggest home-birthing before stepping foot within these doors to bring your miracle into the world.

Trish Miles
Trish Miles

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

It should be ZERO STARS! There aren’t ANY doctors that actually care about their patients! My Mom is 82 yrs old and NONE of her drs care that she is sick all the time, in pain every day ... they do not want to help her. Find some QUALITY doctors Sharon - is that when people reach a certain age, doctors just give up on them. You lost your Endocrinologist how many years ago - and he was really good - and you’ve NEVER replaced him. You need to INVEST IN YOUR SENIOR CITIZENS AND FIND SOME GERIATRIC DOCTORS THAT ACTUALKY CARE ABOUT THE QUALITY OF THE LIFE OF THEIR PATIENTS. I wish my Mom lived closer to be me and go to St. Frances Hospital where there are quality doctors & doctors that actually CARE ABOUT THEIR PATIENTS.

Sarah Robertson
Sarah Robertson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Birthing suites are TERRIBLE. STAY AWAY. The nurses are super over bearing and make up stories about you to gossip amoungst each other: Leigh and Donna will call social services and DCF on new parents out of boredom: Operating room will not be cleaned thoroughly before you go in. This place needs to close down!!!!!! Half of these nurses need to lose their licenses. They don’t use proper hygiene and protocols.

Melissa Becker
Melissa Becker

5 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

I just had my baby at Sharon Hospital. It was a great experience. The staff was amazing, the doctors all were awesome and the attention and care I reiceved was absolutely the best. I can’t say enough about everyone there. I had my previous babies at a different hospital and was never given the attention the staff all gave me. I would recommend and I will recommend to everyone I know who’s going to have a baby.

Nicole Merritt-Quiles
Nicole Merritt-Quiles

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

Twice I have used the ER at Sharon in the last year. I have since chosen to drive over an hour whenever I need an ER after my experiences there. I have reached out to Sharon through their Facebook page, their main phone number, and now through this review without word from them in regards to my experiences.

The first time, I took my husband who was up all night in extreme pain and could not sleep. The nurse and Doctor implied that he simply needed a "release", and his pain was nothing without anything more than that, after a couple blood tests. Thankfully, I took him to a specialist, and we discovered it was something very serious. I am glad I did not listen to them.

Second time, I have CRPS, and I woke up in extreme pain with a high fever. Tylenol did not bring down my fever, when I got to the hospital it was over 103. My body felt like it was on fire, I could barely walk. They not only made me walk to multiple rooms before they gave me a bed, but they had me walk to all my tests. They told me I had an UTI, and gave me a prescription for antibiotics, I went home to take more Tylenol. A few days later they called to tell me I have Lyme's disease and were prescribing extra antibiotics. Not only was the nurse rude and condescending to my pain and discomfort, but she implied I was over exaggerating. I literally felt as though my body were on fire, and come to find out it was the Lyme's disease exacerbating my CRPS, but I was being treated as though I were lying.

I see a specialist who has an office in the hospital, and it is the only reason I have ever stepped foot in that building again. I would rather drive an hour then be treated by people who need more training.

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