University of Md Balto Washington Medical Center

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301 HOSPITAL DRIVE, GLEN BURNIE, MD 21061 USA

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(410) 595-1967
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301 HOSPITAL DRIVE, GLEN BURNIE, MD 21061 USA

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Consumer feedback about University of Md Balto Washington Medical Center

James Coates
James Coates

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

I wish I could give no stars this is the worst hospital I have ever been in and I been to a lot of a hospitals as a firefighter/emt. We got to the hospital at 12am didn’t get called to the back till 5am got put in a room and didn’t see a doctor till I had to go out and go off on one of the nurses because we been just sitting in the room. It was after 8am till the doctor came in. I till everybody not to come to this hospital it’s the worst. Then they tell me that I can’t be in the room with my wife when they do the ultrasound. I’m over this hospital. WORST HOSPITAL

Liberty Moore
Liberty Moore

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Hardly anyone likes to go to the hospital, but if one must go this is the one to go to.
Whether it is for emergency services or a hospital stay, you'll find the staff caring, comforting and competent.
This is most emphatically and categorically, the best hospital l have ever been treated in!

Jennifer Lindstrom
Jennifer Lindstrom

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

We rushed my daughter to the ER, pediatric, for a possible appendicitis. The ER nurses were awful! The ER room was dirty and definitely not like any I've ever been too. She was admitted to the hospital for emergency surgery. The hospital wasn't any cleaner. I was shocked at a place that should be clean due to sick people and keeping it sanitized. However, dust and dirt in corners and on top of equipment. I will never go back and definitely not recommend. I'd drive a little further.

Kathy Langston
Kathy Langston

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

My husband was on life support in the CCU and this was the most difficult time my family and I had to face. Without the kindness and compassion that everyone we came into contact with showed us this tragedy in our life would not of been bearable. I will b forever grateful to all that treated my husband and helped my family and I. There were a couple unbelievable people and I hope they know who they are that pulled us thru. My husband has been in many hospitals and by far this one is #1.

Travon Morrison
Travon Morrison

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

The ER was a different experience than the Surgery unit. ER took hours to go through. The rooms were tiny and you can here people all around, suffering in pain. After being hooked up to an IV I told the nurse that I had to use the bathroom more than once and I had to unhook the IV and walk to the bathroom . She had a surprised look on her face and then ran after me for a urine sample. When I finally spoke with a Dr. he was very dry and short with me, sent me to the ultrasound room and then I didn't see him again. I got mixed information from different people and I could say more about the experience but you get the idea.

The Surgery Unit process was smooth sailing the intake people were nice the nurses and doctors were nice, professional and informative and the experience was top notch care. They did everything to make sure that I was comfortable, they listened to me and answered all of my concerns. I have panic and anxiety and because of them I felt safe and in calm. The facility was clean and the room looked sanitary.

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