Shoals Hospital

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201 WEST AVALON AVENUE, MUSCLE SHOALS, AL 35661 USA

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Phone

(256) 386-1601
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201 WEST AVALON AVENUE, MUSCLE SHOALS, AL 35661 USA

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Shoals Hospital
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2.6 out of 5 stars

cory carmack
cory carmack

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I wouldn’t give this place any stars but I had to so I could post this..

Mom was taken by ambulance from work to shoals hospital the nurses or doctors did nothing to help her she was hollering out in pain when I walked in until we left they would not do anything out of their way to help her. Dr Powell was the worse of all he argued with my mom that nothing was wrong with her and didn’t even look at her charts this hospital needs to be shut down and all their license pulled because they will wait around and let you do before they lift a finger to help you.

Russell Bahn
Russell Bahn

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Wife had complications from a double mastectomy, arrived early morning and the staff was concerned and helpful, now it is 11 pm and the staff is worthless & rude. Wife has significant pain, med wore off and 3 hours later they show up after being called numerous times.

Gregory Bedsworth
Gregory Bedsworth

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

Absolutely love this hospital they are the best hospital around I love the doctors love the staff they are courtesy the ability to communicateI I am grateful for the way they treated my family

Beth Davis
Beth Davis

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

1) My husband was dying of cirrhosis January, 2015. He was in ICU. A nurse frowned at me and told me I just needed to go back to ICU waiting room b/c I was covering my husband with a blanket when he said he was cold & the next minute, he said he was hot, so I took the blanket off of him. I was just trying to help him. 2) On May 4, 2018, I took my friend S to Shoals Hospital ER with a kidney stone attack. Nurse "Christie" was always very short-tempered and short with her answers if we asked her a question. S asked for a blanket and Christie threw it on the bed. S was in MAJOR, MAJOR pain & I ended up putting blanket around her shoulders, as Nurse Christie would not do so. S had been given strong, strong pain med and was "woozy" and Nurse Christie did not bother to even put the BED RAILS UP so S could not fall out of bed. When I picked S up outside hospital in my car & Nurse Christie rolled S out to car in wheelchair, S had to lift herself up out of chair and grab onto my car and get in by herself......Nurse Christie, once S's butt was out of wheelchair, turned chair & was already @ hospital ER door entrance without even seeing if S got in car safely. S used to work in ER as EMT (and earlier, on ambulance as EMT)....So she still is in touch w/ a nurse who works in ER. This nurse, M....Says Nurse Christie has been written up MANY, MANY TIMES but never FIRED.......For her evil, ill treatment of patients. Time to say BYE, BYE FELICIA! to NURSE CHRISTIE.....You sorry excuse for a nurse and human, you!!!!! 3) I will say, when I took S back re: her kidney stone pain Sunday afternoon (5/6/18) that Laura (?? I think was her name) was a very sweet, attending, caring & compassionate nurse. And so was the one who followed her on the next shift.

Karen Shelton
Karen Shelton

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Husband treated at ER. Very incompetent care from nurse and doctor. Major symptoms ignored, critical history ignored. Nurse failed to perform orders, Dr failed to review to see if orders had been completed before issuing discharge. Dr failed to go over test results and diagnosis with patient until after discharge and complaint made insisting to speak to Dr. prior to leaving Elevated temp, BP ignored and not treated. Nurse was rude and condescending to patient and family.