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

JulieGavin Goren
JulieGavin Goren

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I was brought in there due to having 3 seizures. I do have epilepsy. I was given medicine that my family specifically told them I can’t take and why I can’t take. However they gave it to me for 3 days!!! This medicine makes me dizzy and lethargic. I was like a zombie I was told. That has never happened after I’ve had a seizure!! I wasn't unconscious however I remember none of what happened. I broke my thumb and they didn’t X-ray until my husband told them to. I may now have to have surgery due lack of care while in there. There should be a option for 0 star.

S K
S K

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I will give -100 star for this trash 🗑 hospital if i can. Please please if you are looking to go emergency go near by another hospital. Don't waste your time and money here. We have been here for labor and delivery for my wife but they keep us waiting almost 1-1/2 hour.

Patricia Adams
Patricia Adams

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The only complaint I have is if the need to keep you the wait is entirely too long. Everything else went smoothly. The staff seemed to be very knowledgeable and compassionate.

Donna Sokolowski
Donna Sokolowski

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

We brought my dad in around 430pm, left leg swollen and blue. By 8pm a room in the ER was finally ready( he was brought in by ambulance). Where the staff is friendly they were not prepared or set up for success. They had my dad waiting in a tiny room and when his room was ready a tech/ nurse half his size and weight shows up to take him to his room. My dad can’t get up by him self ( his leg is swollen and blue and he’s 86). She expects me ( I’m also half his weight and height) to help him. Once we get him to his ER room she then expects him to get up again alone and climb back into a bed. I had to tell her to get some men to help because I couldn’t do it. The paramedics who came over could barely lift him. After waiting 4 hours just to get an ER room than having staff who are expected to do a job they are not physically capable of doing is unrealistic and ridiculous and hinders the care of the patient.
Avoid this hospital if you can.

sabrina jones
sabrina jones

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Went here for an emergency! Needless to say they left me in triage for 3 hours waiting for a urine test that no one even communicated, only to find out that it wasn’t even needed for radiology by me going out there to check my status, and get a blanket! Waste of 3 hours. Then I get taken into radiology (great) roughly about 20 minutes into waiting again a nurse practitioner assistant (Kiersten Hoefler)comes into the room starts talking to me, gets a phone call in the middle of my sentence and says I have to take this. Leaves takes the call. My phone rings, she comes in 5 minutes later, stands in front of me and says I have to go I can’t wait while your on the phone! I signal for to wait one second she walks out. I have never experienced this type of bed side mannerism in my life. So her time was more important than mine. I ended speaking with the supervisor on duty! Will never recommend this Hospital to ANYONE! Should have went to Anne Arundel