Waukesha Memorial Hospital
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725 AMERICAN AVE, WAUKESHA, WI 53188 USA

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(262) 928-1000

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Consumer feedback about Waukesha Memorial Hospital

Dani Krueger
Dani Krueger

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Had my first baby via csection June 2018 and the post operative care was top notch! The nurses in the birthing center really helped me feel confident in my ability as a new mother. And helped me get back on my feet quickly following surgery.

Katie Schultz
Katie Schultz

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Delivered all three of my kids there. Maybe things have changed in the last five years but I had no pressure on me to formula feed. They sent up lactation consultants every time even though I didn't need them.
We've been to the ER a few times for various reasons. That department is hit or miss.
Nurses are either angels who deserve the respect that title commands or they're clearly only in it for the money and cute scrubs. I gave WMH 4 stars because some of their nurses are horrible. Horr.i.ble.

Ashleigh Landis
Ashleigh Landis

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Thank you to every person involved in my care on 3/22. Every tech, pa, md, nurse, security guard (Debbie), and the super sweet natured behavioral specialist...you all made me feel like a person, and not just another number there. Every one of you did everything you possibly could to keep me healthy and sane while I was dealing with some of the worst stuff a person can deal with..and they noticed low potassium results and made sure I had that rectified prior to discharge. You did not have to, but you all did show great empathy. I will never forget this experience...and how grateful I am for your help. It makes me hopeful to know people like you all exist and are caring for those in need in the Waukesha area. Thank you for understanding and treating me with the utmost dignity and respect.

Ashleigh Landis
Ashleigh Landis

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Thank you to every person involved in my care on 3/22. Every tech, pa, md, nurse, security guard (Debbie), and the super sweet natured behavioral specialist...you all made me feel like a person, and not just another number there. Every one of you did everything you possibly could to keep me healthy and sane while I was dealing with some of the worst stuff a person can deal with..and they noticed low potassium results and made sure I had that rectified prior to discharge. You did not have to, but you all did show great empathy. I will never forget this experience...and how grateful I am for your help. It makes me hopeful to know people like you all exist and are caring for those in need in the Waukesha area. Thank you for understanding and treating me with the utmost dignity and respect.

Stacie Allison
Stacie Allison

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

I went to this place once, because an EMT asked someone who felt like they were dying if they felt like they needed to go to the hospital. (If the EMT had done their job instead it would have been fine.)

At the hospital they did not respect the fact that I'm trans. The doctor was was extremely dismissive of the fact that my throat was too dry to be able to talk. And on top of it all, ultimately nothing was done other than they took me to the hospital for no reason.

That's not the reason I'm writing today. This event Happened January 2015. I'm writing this today because at the time I had really good insurance that let an ER visit only cost $400. The next day I paid $400. Unfortunately I paid cash and hadn't learned the calueof receipts. 1.5 years later I finally received a notice that they were claiming I didn't pay it. I was freshly moved half way across the country at the time. So I couldn't dispute it. I tried over the phone but I kept getting put on hold.

Waukesha Memorial Hospital has ruined my credit. I was in the upper 700s at the time. I've clawed my way back to the mid 500s but I can't do anything with that. It's literally haultes my life.

So if anyone knows a good lawyer lmk.