Wilson n Jones Regional Medical Center

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500 N HIGHLAND AVENUE, SHERMAN, TX 75091 USA

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(903) 870-4611
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500 N HIGHLAND AVENUE, SHERMAN, TX 75091 USA

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Consumer feedback about Wilson n Jones Regional Medical Center

Janna Little
Janna Little

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 days ago

I recently received exceptional care in the ER at WNJ. The doctor, nurses, X-Ray Tech and staff worked swiftly and were genuinely kind and caring.

Amy Hunter
Amy Hunter

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Ist keep in mind that I do not take myself to the ER, I will take my family and friends but not myself. If I'm not dying I'm not going. Yesterday was a rough day for my back. I finally broke down and in I went. Got into a room less than 5 minutes and was seen by staff withing 15. I was treated with dignity and care even though I was hurting I wasnt treated as a pain seeker and after pain was under control I had a MRI and the issue was found. It took some time but I left in better shape and most importantly I have answers.

Max Garcia
Max Garcia

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

This was by far the worst hospital experience I have ever had. Nobody here actually cares about helping people. They want money and if they can’t figure out what’s wrong with you, tough luck.
I went in about a year ago after having a severely swollen lymph node and very strange symptoms that nobody in the campus nurses office could figure out. I had a fluctuating fever and episodes of extreme dizziness, close to passing out. They gave me a strep test, a flu test, and a mono test and each came back negative. That same day I nearly passed out on my front stairs and had to call campus police to take me to the hospital. They brought me to WNJ. I waited for an hour in the waiting room while I was beyond scared, then another hour in the room after being brought back to see the doctor. I told them I’d been tested that same day for mono, strep, and the flu and they insisted on testing me again. When the results came back negative (of course) they tried putting me on an IV with fluids but after the nurse had stuck me about 3 times and missed, I just asked if they could give me a cup of water instead. They gave me a Tylenol, then sent me on my way. Nobody had a clue what was wrong with me.
They charged me over a thousand dollars for this total waste of my time. The bulk of it was for the three tests I had told them I’d already received. I have no idea what the rest was for. The one Tylenol? The styrofoam cup of water? The time I spent in the waiting room? Even after paying the excessive hospital bill they continue to send increasingly harassing notices to me claiming I have not paid when I have. I still have no idea what happened to me a year ago and deeply regret coming here. I was not dehydrated, I had not taken anything different or eaten anything different. I wish I had gone to an urgent care center instead of wasting my time here.

BOOGIEMAN 89
BOOGIEMAN 89

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

It took hours to get my test done this is ridiculous arnt they supposed to be professionals at there job👎

Haley Lummus
Haley Lummus

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Thanks for allowing us to charge our cell phones and drink coffee