Washington Regional Medical Center
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3215 N NORTH HILLS BOULEVARD, FAYETTEVILLE, AR 72703 USA

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3215 N NORTH HILLS BOULEVARD, FAYETTEVILLE, AR 72703 USA

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(479) 463-5113

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Michelle Ransom
Michelle Ransom

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I don't know about any other areas of the hospital but the joint replacement center is the BEST. Dr Hanby is excellent. The nurses and aides were great. Craig, Ed and Sydney are excellent nurses. Amelia and Amber excellent aides. Another night nurse we met , can't remember name but she introduced and helped us with boot camp info. Derek with lab was awesome. I am an RN and hard to impress with care but I am IMPRESSED. thank you

sherry ralston
sherry ralston

2 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

The ICU was fabulous! The rest of my mom's stay was not. You should not have to fight for standard care. Do not leave your lived ones alone especially if they have problems communicating. They also no longer serve meals in the cafeteria. Sandwiches and salads only. They can afford clinics on every corner but no decent food for patients, family or staff. I so wish the ambulance had taken her to Northwest Medical. This is ridiculous!

Allison Black
Allison Black

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Got here at 11.40pm. ER staff were nice and Dr Green did a CT scan and diagnosed my husband with an appendicitis. This by 3am he had a room and we were told dr Mullis would be here to start the appendectomy ASAP (a couple of hrs) . 7 hrs later no Dr and none of the nurses can or will get us an ETA for when he will get here or the surgery. At 8am when I asked she said he's " usually here earlier but may not get in till noon". So here we wait hoping his appendix doesn't burst before then. It's now 10:15 and we still know nothing.
TLDR ER experience was pretty good. Waiting for the emergency surgery is currently a long, nerve wracking and aggravating process.

Rhett B.
Rhett B.

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

The ER at this hospital is really bad. Somebody is always talking about the military in the treatment area past the double doors. Maybe they've got an emergency recruiter just in case you decide you're not sick and want to join the army. Based on what I’ve heard for the past decade or so, a large portion of the population is nearly obsessed with the military now, and I don’t mean enthusiastic about it. I don't know about you the reader but many healthcare people I see are very rude or just plain insulting. I've had this problem for years and not just in Fayetteville, but in Sarasota, Florida and elsewhere. Some healthcare people even look down on my B.A. degree (1982) and graduate work in English saying, “you can’t do anything with it,” which is nonsense. You can do plenty with it, let me tell you, like copyediting, my own divorce without an attorney, complaints to the medical board, and other legal work. Most healthcare people don’t even acknowledge who I am outside their own little fantasy world. Just a few of the cracks I've heard, and this is all true by the way, are "enlisted" any number of times (I got out of the military in 1978; a popular remark with healthcare girls and blue-collar customers at Walmart especially); "poor" (from a receptionist at a cardiologist; I’m definitely not poor for Arkansas); "shy" multiple times, because I don’t want to date healthcare girls who put me down all the time; "priest" (I knew a priest once, so therefore I must be one apparently); “phile” (as in pedophile, which is false; projection made by a very effeminate male nurse at Wash. Reg.); “a bum” (I’m retired, so I don't work; a judgment made by an orthopedist in Springdale); and “boring.” They make it up as they go along. Some try to manipulate me with healthcare girls so they can continue what’s known as the cycle of abuse. Apparently I’m attractive enough to sleep with but otherwise pretty contemptible.

D D
D D

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

The people at Washington Regional took care of me and the doctors delivering were from Willow Creek because of my insurance. Both did not help me hardly. It was horrible having my baby not a good day to remember SAD to say, a complete nightmare. They pushed me in a room by myself without any buttons to push for help and just put the heart gauge on my pregnant stomach and my wrist and left me!! Before that let me back up...They shocked me 3 different times from the waste down in giving me my epidural. I told them just to stop and she begged me that we should go on and do it. I let her one more time and glad I did. Because when I got pushed in that room by myself...Here it is...My baby started stressing with a heavy heart beat. They rushed in to take my baby by C-section. I asked the doctor what was going on as they wheeled me down the hall fast. He said, oxygen was being cut from my baby's brain and they needed to get him out. During my C-section, I threw up from everything and nerves. The doctor than said, I see your tubes would you like me to tie them while I'm in here. I also forgot to mention when and before they cut me open they plopped me on the table. I heard a nurse say, you need to cover her up. I could not move and was laying there spread eagle at first. Later, I was ignored again when I was in the intensive care unit. A nurse walked in and said, how long have you been laying on your back? Come to find out I was suppose to lay on my side and switch never on my back. All this was the biggest nightmare of my life.