The University of Tn Medical Center

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1924 ALCOA HIGHWAY, KNOXVILLE, TN 37920 USA

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Consumer feedback about The University of Tn Medical Center

Susie Tuberville
Susie Tuberville

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Love this hospital. Very friendly and helpful workers. Being going there for about 6 years now. We beat cancer together. Thanks to all the Great people that work at U.T. medical. Without there know how and God's blessings I wouldn't be here now.

Mike Brown
Mike Brown

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Been going to this hospital for years then had a kidney transplant in 2011 so I'm over there a lot everything an everyone works great till the other hospitals closed an has put a strain on the remaining hospitals even UT''s emergency room or rooms available if you have to stay but even with the wait I couldn't afford to go anywhere else because of the transplant office an the staff there thanks UT an Transplant office for being there when I need you guys.

Edna harris
Edna harris

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

All of the nurses were so kind and caring. They took the best care of me. Last time I was here it was aweful but they went above and beyond this time. I will always be grateful for the care I received!

Matt Wyatt
Matt Wyatt

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I brought my son in with a chin laceration and a fractured jaw as a referral from Leconte. We came in around 9pm. My son was placed on a gurney in the hallway. We had absolutely no privacy. Over 7 hours later, we had to track several nurses down to take his IV out that was unnecessarily needed. He received 15 stitches in his chin. For his fractured jaw, no eating solid foods. This is the most dysfunctional hospital I have ever seen. The staff is busier chatting, eating, and drinking in front of customers that obviously can’t have food or liquids. I was told this is the nature of things. No it isn’t. My insurance will probably be billed thousands of dollars for sub par care. This is not health care. I’m beyond disappointed to call this hospital the top notch of our area. You can do better.

Glenda Cornett
Glenda Cornett

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

They don't follow up with patients. Cancer center!! My oncologist s.n. was supposed to fax orders for testing because I am short of breath. I called the office and asked if the orders would be faxed to x-ray because I was driving 45 minutes one way to get there. I was assured that they would be faxed. I arrived and checked in. Orders were not faxed to the x-ray dept. So I drove 1.5 hours after working all day for nothing! Thanks U.T. !! You have dropped the ball again!