St Bernards Medical Center

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225 E JACKSON, JONESBORO, AR 72401 USA

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(870) 972-4100
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225 E JACKSON, JONESBORO, AR 72401 USA

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St. Bernards Medical Center
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3.5 out of 5 stars

Shannon Wilson
Shannon Wilson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My daughter and I had a very unpleasant and awkward interaction with a female security guard here recently.
I don't normally do things like this, but this crossed a line. Recently, my husband and I brought our 15 year old daughter to the ER. Everything was fine, until we were leaving. My husband left to go retrieve our car as myself and my daughter waited outside.
While we waited, a female security guard approached us and asked if we needed help. I said no and thank you, and she stayed near us. Suddenly she asked about my necklace, and said it reminded her of someone in her family. We proceeded to talk about our families, and for some reason she thought it appropriate to tell me, with my daughter right there, about her families incestuous tenancies and other unneeded sexual details of her personal life. I tried to disengage but she kept talking to us.
I normally wouldn't give names, but this was to far, she introduced her self as Elizabeth. I know this review won't amount to anything, but I had to get it out there.

Margie Watwood
Margie Watwood

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My experience at the hospital was good but one special nurse made my pain and suffering after my surgery bearable. I felt she was so sweet and caring and went beyond the normal duties as just a nurse to make sure I was taking care of. Her name was Lisa Miller, RN, 3 East. I feel she deserves recognition for going above and beyond. Without her love and care my stay would have not been as bearable.

Karol Perkey
Karol Perkey

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My husband had perifial vascular disease. Dr. Mark Wright and now Dr. Matt Henrich have saved my husband's foot. They do their best to see Donald keeps his quality of life. The nurses are amazing. Thank you Georgia, Brooke and all the staff.💞🙏🙏

Rita Penn
Rita Penn

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

I was hospitalized 12/31/18 - 1/5/19 and received excellent care. Each care giver was professional and friendly.
Doctors Porter and Morrison
Nurses: Amber, McKenleigh, Franchie, Vanessa
Techs: Rachel, Carol, Brittney
Respiratory: Eric and a female w/ short red hair
did an outstanding job taking care of not only me as the patient but also my husband's comfort and concerns.
Thank you for your excellent staff.

Dennis Foster
Dennis Foster

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The wait was excessively long and there was an apparent breakdown in communication between my doctor’s office and your emergency room staff which caused the repetition of blood tests which had already been done thus incurring additional costs which weren’t necessary.
Furthermore, after having received pain medication within 30 minutes I experienced a bout of excruciating pain which had me doubled over, rolled up in a ball yelling in pain my wife used the call button to ask for assistance and heard over the speaker assistance needed in our room but no one came! I could have died and your staff couldn’t have given a rat’s patooty!
After, having been there (including arrival) for 7 hours, a doctor finally came in, gave me a diagnosis, a plan of recovery and informed me he would have the paperwork prepared so I could be released, that took yet another hour.
Considering I had been to my doctors office earlier that day for 2-1/2 hours and, as I previously stated, they had drawn blood and did X-rays and found a spot on my lower left quadrant of my abdominal cavity which merely required a CT scan to ascertain whether it was a kidney stone or diverticulitis, and due to the severity of the pain and constraints of my insurance company, my PCP determined it was necessary I go through the emergency room so treatment could begin immediately, which is why he called to inform the ER of my arrival. Had I known that whoever took the call would fail to make note and I was going to be there for 8 hours, I am not so sure I would have subjected myself to that additional agony.

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