Wakemed, Cary Hospital

Address

1900 KILDARE FARM ROAD, CARY, NC 27518 USA

Get Directions

Phone

(919) 350-2550
Access Patient Portal

Emergency service available

1900 KILDARE FARM ROAD, CARY, NC 27518 USA

Health Insurance as Low as
$1 a Day!

More flexible than
traditional plans.

Easily check your options!

Need your medical records from
Wakemed, Cary Hospital?

We can Help!

1Complete a simple secure form
2We contact healthcare providers at Wakemed, Cary Hospital on your behalf
3Have The National Center for Medical Records send your records as directed by you.

Consumer feedback about Wakemed, Cary Hospital

WakeMed Cary Hospital
Reviewed from Google

2.8 out of 5 stars

Mark Zimmerman
Mark Zimmerman

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The entire team in the emergency room were great. My nurse was David, he was exceptional. Friendly, professional and a very caring individual. The surgical team was outstanding. They took the time to explain everything and ensure both my wife and I were comfortable and taken care of. I can't say enough positive things about the level of care we were provided. They were extremely busy, yet we always received attention and a friendly smile. Thank you !

Meredith Schuyler
Meredith Schuyler

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Great hospital. Had a baby there and also some accidents with kids. Clean environment and great staff. Dr.s we had were first rate.

Cody Stilwell
Cody Stilwell

2 out of 5 stars

posted 3 days ago

I came in for double pneumonia and was put on an IV drip. The nursing staff are friendly but that's where the list of good ends and the reason I'm not giving one star. The call bell intercom system goes off every 5 min to notify me and I assume everyone else in the building of a tech being needed or a doctor needed for line 1. This is what wakes me up every couple minutes due to the fact of the speaker being at the head of my bed which is great if you are calling for a nurse or need something but not for mass messages to the entire hospital AGAIN every 5 min. Now the real kicker is that I had on multiple occasions someone hooking antibiotics up to my IV without ever washing the connector with an alcohol pad or any type of sanitizing which AGAIN I am in for double pneumonia so compromised immune system and what not. If you value you're health and can make it to another ER like Rex or literally any other ER in the state please do your health a favor.

TERESA IRUETA
TERESA IRUETA

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 day ago

Nurse care goes from good to horrendous depending on the person.
After my surgery, I rang for the nurse and I get a what now? Or a can't you see I'm busy?? The surgeons and MD's may be the best but most of the nurses are either overworked or just simply have an ATTITUDE problem. It's VERY hard to get well when you are seen as an obstacle instead of a human being IN PAIN!!!

Chris Bern
Chris Bern

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

My elderly father was hospitalized for a week around Thanksgiving after a bad fall. While in the hospital he had various degrees of dementia as well a new heart problems. I was blown away by the consistent care, respect, and consideration from all of the staff, especially the nurses. He was in the ICU for a few days and then lower level care the rest of the visit. I stayed with him, even at night. I didn't have a single bad experience or bad caregiver! The doctors and PAs were also great. I was especially impressed by how patient and genuinely compassionate the staff was to him and to me. I want to give extra compliments to Chris and Eileen, two nurses with us the last few days. They went above and beyond what was necessary and expected of them, and were a true blessing.

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!