United Hospital Center

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327 MEDICAL PARK DRIVE, BRIDGEPORT, WV 26330 USA

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(681) 342-1000
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327 MEDICAL PARK DRIVE, BRIDGEPORT, WV 26330 USA

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United Hospital Center
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3.1 out of 5 stars

Sarah L
Sarah L

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I really enjoyed working here, but I do not see how UHC can get away with hiring Molly Abraham for a human resources job. I don't believe she has ever worked in her life. She has no qualifications to be firing anybody and there is no way she has a degree in HR. How is someone that has never been in a real job supposed to manage employees? Favoritism at its finest here in Bridgeport. Wonder how many qualified people missed out when they hired this disaster.

Kay Zinn
Kay Zinn

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I went to the Infusion Center at UHC. A nurse named "Deb" was conscientious, pleasant, efficient and made my stay as comfortable as possible.

Samantha Stewart
Samantha Stewart

3 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

MIXED EMOTIONS-
I’ve had both my children here. I’ve always had wonderful experiences on the 4th floor (labor and delivery) but recently had to take my son to the ER and they took 5 minutes getting blood taken. Yes, he screamed but he didn’t move. The nurse was also REALLY weird. Kept tearing off tape and replacing it with a new piece and repeating the process making my son cry out in pain. Kept telling him to be quiet and telling him “oh that doesn’t hurt. Stop!” Of course I told her she had one more chance and then she was done. It just gave my son a very poor look on nurses and their should be better nurses to help with children.

Marc Holyfield
Marc Holyfield

2 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

Mother was admitted late stage Alzheimers, with a history of respiratory issues, with orders from her doctor, respiratory and ENT, not to fully recline. I came for a daily visit, to find my mother fully reclined. I elevated her upper body and went to the nurses station. Their excuse was no one had told them. At that point my mother had been in the hospital 4 days. So what information gets paased at changeover? Apparently none.

anita gilroy
anita gilroy

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

My husband was in a vehicle accident and was brought to the ER. He was in severe pain. When they found out he had no broken bones, they ripped the C-collar off him and within 10 minutes we were kicked out. I had to ask for a wheel chair myself because he couldn't even use his leg enough to walk out. He had a back and knee injury. They made no attempt to help us to the car at all. We had to go to MedExpress in Elkins after leaving that ER to get medical attention. There they gave him a shot for pain along with 3 other meds. Apparently, they assume everyone is a drug user at UHC. I thought we had bad care in Elkins, but after this experience at UHC, Davis Medical looks like a dream.