St Anthony Shawnee Hospital

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1102 W MACARTHUR, SHAWNEE, OK 74804 USA

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(405) 273-2270
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1102 W MACARTHUR, SHAWNEE, OK 74804 USA

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Consumer feedback about St Anthony Shawnee Hospital

Donna Harvey
Donna Harvey

2 out of 5 stars

posted 9 hours ago

I am Donna's husband. After 5:00 PM nothing is available, the emergency room does not know or do anything to help you. They took my wife for other test at 4:30 PM and no one told me where she was taken. Took over an hour and a security guard to find her. All the doors were locked and no way to contact anyone. With all of the negative reviews when are they going to do something about this? I thought health care was available 24/7.

Janis McElroy
Janis McElroy

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My adult son and I were in a car accident yesterday and were taken to the SSM ER. We were seen immediately and testing was done timely and efficiently. All the staff were friendly and knowledgeable. Because my son had an appt in OKC he had to leave me before my treatment was complete and then I had to wait a couple of hours for his return. I was treated so well by the ER staff in admissions. They brought me coffee, water and made sure the television in the waiting room was adjusted for me. After the traumatic ordeal of being in an accident their kindness and friendly attitudes were so appreciated I was impressed with every single staff member I dealt with. They were all wonderful.

Cindy Hall
Cindy Hall

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Exceptional care. Went in w/phemonia & legs suddenly would not work. Was there quite awhile but always felt they were attending to my care. Doctor explained her orders, was determined to diagnose legs & walking issues, and checked on me often. She did determine my potassium was so low (due to dehydration & anemia) it had affected the muscles in my legs. Admitted me to give potassium IV & antibiotics. Potassium immediately took care of my legs. In hospital only one day as I convinced doctor I could take care of myself which I highly appreciated. Great care in the hospital. Staff very pleasant & attentive. Answered request for help immediately.

Britany Dawn
Britany Dawn

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I love the doctor I see, but the ER is horrible. They discharged my dad when he should of stayed. He couldn't walk and his mind wasnt right at the time. I told them I can't lift or care for him properly he's a big man. They ignored me trying to lead me to believe he could walk. When we got home and my dad tried getting out of the car he landed head first falling back on the concrete. I couldn't sleep for 2 days having to help him every time he tried getting up. Not to mention he was sick to his stomach. They should not of discharged him. He needed to stay to be properly Cared for. This happened a while ago, but my old review wasn't detailed enough. The male nurse just repeatedly ignored me. Knowing darn well my dad should not of been discharged. If I wasn't there to care for him what would of happened? People are losing their humanity. The staff here as well as the front desk really need to remember why they wanted to work in this profession in the first place, because they ckearcl have forgotten. No empathy at all!

M R Noneya
M R Noneya

5 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

The new ICU and the new West wing is world class. It sort of makes a patient sad to get better an move to the slightly older sections of the hospital. Only sort of. The new ICU has massive photos in the halls and rooms that were all taken in Oklahoma.