Tennova Healthcare-Volunteer Martin

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161 MOUNT PELIA RD, MARTIN, TN 38237 USA

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(731) 587-4261
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161 MOUNT PELIA RD, MARTIN, TN 38237 USA

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Chandra Blackburn
Chandra Blackburn

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

DO NOT GO HERE!!!! I've had health issues over the last 1.5 years, prior to that I was in superb health, placing in races, and exercising numerous times a week. I went into the hospital a few times and ABSOLUTELY NOTHING was done in this ER!!!! I was sent home with NO help, but the bill is definitely right here. Even an anaphylactic reaction is apparently not detected by this ER and don't try to contact if you CANNOT PAY ONLINE BECAUSE IT ISN'T SET UP, because they will not respond, but the FIRST bill you EVER get will be LATE and then you'll get a collections notice. I just tried to call and got voicemail, and tried again, I left a voice mail with allegedly the CFO. I don't need this. They did NOTHING but bill me.

Jessica Johnson
Jessica Johnson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I had to go in for a kidney stone and was in SEVERE pain and staff was very rude. The doctor came into the room for less than 1 minute. She asked how I was feeling and then simply said, "Next time I guess you will have insurance because this is going to be very expensive."!!!!!! That's it!!! This hospital is very unprofessional and hateful. I have had other traumatic experiences here I don't feel comfortable talking about and I've heard NOTHING but equally horrific stories from people o know! I DO NOT recommend!

Christie Ferguson
Christie Ferguson

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I personally had a great experience in the ER. Was in and out

Jacob Qualls
Jacob Qualls

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Filed my insurance wrong so now I have a bill being sent to collections for a visit that was terrible and didn’t even help me. Terrible staff and doctors

Christy Alexander
Christy Alexander

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

As I read these reviews I find that most have no clue what the staff of "this" hospital deals with daily. I was a patient of Martin hospital last year. Original diagnoses was diverticulitis, which was discovered by the woman's clinic (originally I thought I had a cyst on my overies). I was sent immediately to hospital for a CT with contrast where they not only discovered my diverticulitis, but they also found my cancer. Thanks to quick thinking and rapid diagnosis, my cancer was found early and I'm 100% cancer free. Im sorry that others have not had a wonderful experience there at Martin, but no complaints here. Hospital, women's clinic and all staff were VERY professional, caring and above all devoted to my issues and well being.
(On a personal note being apart of the health care world...before handing down a negative review for any healthcare facility, you should research the hospital and what is going on daily behind the scenes. Healthcare and healthcare facilities are working with less staff, less equipment and less pay for double the work. Patient load should be no more than 5 patients per nurse and I have seen and heard up to15 patients per nurse. That is unacceptable! There is no way that one nurse can physically undertake proper patient care with that amount of patients. Healthcare is a area I feel doesn't need to have any cuts. As much as each individual pays for insurance there should be no excuse in this! Also many patients are repeat customers looking for their next "fix" and this takes away from those patients that are truly sick. Hospitals are not your drug supplier and nurses are not your waiters or waitresses. They have a college degree and have passed very hard state boards. I have always said those people who are complaining as to why they don't make money like those in the medical field, you can. Thanks to the Governor here in Tennessee he has made going back to school affordable for all high school and adult learners. IT'S FREE! Go through the rigorous college courses and become nurses and doctors. Help fill in these job vacancies and help improve the medical field by your knowledge. Stop complaining! Start helping!)

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