University Mcduffie County Regional Medical Center
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My experience with the ER department was spectacular. Not much of a wait. The front desk staff, registration staff, nurses, imaging techs and PA that I interacted with were all professional, courteous and knowledgeable. They took the time to answer all my questions. Thoroughly impressed!
DO NOT TAKE ANY OF YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS HERE!! TAKE THE RISK OF GOING TO AUGUSTA!!! THIS PLACE WILL CHARGE YOU $2000 JUST TO SIT IN THEIR BED WITH AN ICE PACK.
My 5 year old son was injured at school. They said he had a liaison on his head and it was clearly his chin. After 3 hours they told me to take him to Augusta 😂😂
My aunt had a stroke and they diagnosed her with a UTI! It wasn't until she was transferred to Augusta University, we were told it was definitely a stroke. This hospital shames the University reputation because everyone I know goes here is always diagnosed with something way less threatening than the what's actually going on. If it was up to me, I wouldn't allow anyone in my family to go here.
I really love how well they took care of my mom today. Very polite and kind. Thank you. It was nice and clean and I didn't mind having to sit there.
Don't go here if you don't have to. Every time I went here was a disaster. I don't know which story is worse. I went in for a pain in my pelvis. I have a cyst on my ovary and I was afraid it had ruptured. Urgent MD was closed. The nurse with long curly hair told me they don't treat VD and there was a patient in the exam room that needed it more than me. Turns out i had PID. When I was able to see my OB/GYN I had free fluid in my pelvis.
Which he said it probably wasn't even PID. Another time I was waiting four days to be transferred to another facility and they only bathed me when it was time for me to go. FOUR DAYS! Aweful hospital.