Springs Memorial Hospital

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800 W MEETING ST, LANCASTER, SC 29720 USA

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(803) 286-1214
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800 W MEETING ST, LANCASTER, SC 29720 USA

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Springs Memorial Hospital
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2.5 out of 5 stars

Steve Sheppard
Steve Sheppard

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I cannot say enough good things about the staff at Springs Memorial Hospital. I stayed at this hospital for a week and I was treated with kindness and concern throughout the entire week.

The nursing staff is outstanding the nursing assistants are sweet and caring. The janitorial staff is on the ball and keeps everything nice and tidy and the food is actually pretty good.

I want to convey a huge thanks to the staff Springs Memorial Hospital for making my stay as pleasant as it could be under the circumstances.

If you read the rest of the reviews closely I think you'll find that almost all the bad experiences are in the emergency room. I have not been to the emergency room and so I can't speak for that, but it is unfair to blame the entire hospital for the actions of the emergency room.

Brent Privette
Brent Privette

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I delivered baby #3 at Springs. Our first two girls were born at another hospital in NC, and being new to Lancaster, we were a little leery of delivering at a small hospital. We were SO impressed with the quality of care and the staff! Dr Tiedt was AMAZING and calm, even with some small complications during delivery. The nurses, both for me and the baby were so attentive. Even after discharge I was able to call the nursery nurse with some questions (it was a holiday weekend and the pediatrician was closed) and she was so patient and helpful!

Google User
Google User

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

Horrible establishment, half of the staff doesn’t truly understand the title they carry, clueless on the meaning behind it. To work in a hospital environment and pick and choose when to care for your patients is beyond disbelief. Doctors come and go out the rooms without addressing the problem. It’s more so about climbing up the ladder on how much they can possibly bill the patient with little to no work possible. Through out the hospital staff each person has a role to carry, a job to fulfill and patients in their hands with their health, either do the job you signed up for, or hand over your licenses.

Alyssa Tebeau
Alyssa Tebeau

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I have never felt so disgusted with the way I have been treated until my 2nd awful experience here... I went in because I have low iron and I got dizzy and light-headed while at work and my nose started gushing blood... From the 1st person I spoke to, until the last i was mistreated and left feeling stupid... Doctor K was very rude just plain disrespectful, and accused me of being on something... Unacceptable treatment from nurses and doctors... I will never understand why people who arent friendly, caring, or compassionate go into the medical field.

Hailey Watts
Hailey Watts

1 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Went there today. After I slipped and fell down my stairs at home. I thought I was ok, until I was in a lot of pain and my ankle was swollen so big that I couldn't walk. Then I couldn't see my doctor, which lead me to the emergency room. I was actually discharged without a diagnosis. When I asked the discharge nurse, she seemed to be confused. About 5 minutes after she walked out the room the nurse practitioner that saw me first, came in to tell me it wasn't broke. As fast as he appeared, he disappeared. Another nurse walked in to tell me that she forgot I was there and that was the reason my care was ignored. They forgot! I don't understand how they can just forget. Luckily for me, I was not life threatening. But I can't help to wonder how many times have they forgotten about somebody that was in a life threatening condition. I would not recommend Springs Memorial Hospital to anybody.

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