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7201 N UNIVERSITY DR, TAMARAC, FL 33321 USA

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7201 N UNIVERSITY DR, TAMARAC, FL 33321 USA

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(954) 724-6342

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Consumer feedback about University Hospital and Medical Center

Deborah Burnette
Deborah Burnette

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I don't know where these doctors lose their humanity, but they do lose it. You know, if all of you at the beginning of your careers could get very sick and very scared for a while, you'd probably learn more from that than from anything else. You better start listening to your patients. They need to be heard. They need caring. They need compassion. They need attending to. You know, someday, you're going to be on the other side of the table, and as angry as I am and as ANGRY as I always will be, I still wish you a better doctor than you were to me.

Lexis DeWitt
Lexis DeWitt

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

This hospital is a joke. You go to check in and if you hit an emergency symptom the screen flashes and tells you to go to the check in desk. The people at the check in desk do not want to be bothered and tell you to sit down. With symptoms like chest pain and dizziness, loss of balance, you’re sitting in a chair waiting for the staff to care. God forbid someone was having a heart attack they’d suffer right in the waiting room before someone even cared to take their vitals. Patients are not cared for and the staff does not care whatsoever. It’s a shame. People come here for help and nobody cares to be compassionate. Never again

Alexis Cleary
Alexis Cleary

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Emergency patient in room with pee sitting there for an hour and a nurse come 30 mins after to ask if no one came to take your blood then say she will be back but doesn’t. You’re calling a nurse they don’t come but stop the call button and no one comes to check if you’re good. Last draw was a billing agent coming to ask for insurance information to bill me and no medical assistance was being done after still sitting there for almost two hours. I WALKED OUT

Jennifer Casia
Jennifer Casia

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I was admitted there a few months ago through the ER. I was in excruciating pain from a post operative infection. I asked for some pain relief and the ER doctor said they can’t find any meds because there was such a shortage. I only got the medicine when I got loud and started making a scene. That’s when the doctor miraculously “found” some in the pharmacy of all places.

My surgery went well and the other doctors and nurses were compassionate and caring. They answered my calls right away and were very attentive! Thank you University Hospital!

Cristina Litvin
Cristina Litvin

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My mother in law fell because she could not manage her insulin. We had her brought here and my sister in law, who is a nurse, told anyone who would listen, nurses, doctors, etc..., that her mother needed to go to a rehab facility. The hospital sent her home four days later and 36 hours later she fell again, hit her head, and was found naked in a pool of blood by my 15 year daughter, who thought she was dead. She survived but is suffering from memory loss now and will be going into an assisted living facility. But how could this hospital send this 83 year old patient home? This place is irresponsible and I will never bring another loved one here again.