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1. MedStar Washington Hospital Center - Washington

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Address: 110 Irving St NW, Washington, DC 20010

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 877-7000

Business type: Hospital

MedStar Washington Hospital Center: what do users think?

Chaturbhuj bhojwani: I believe this is the best hospital in Washington DC Compare with other hospitals. Unfortunately waiting time is so much here cannot explain. This location needs major renovation more facilities for patients and staff.

Hannah: Was flown into the emergency department after a major hemorrhage, post-tonsillectomy that left me unable to stop throwing up large amounts blood. The ER team got me straight into a room, explained everything they were doing, and made sure I was comfortable. My primary ER nurse, Raquel, was incredibly helpful. In less than 10 minutes after my arrival the resident ENT, Dr. Randolph, came to exam me and was very kind and had excellent bedside manner. He collaborated on my treatment plan with my surgeon and communicated everything to me and my mom. After a few hours I was admitted to the hospital in my own room. They allowed my mom to stay the night with me since I am under 26 years old. My nurse, Mary Kate, was incredible. She made sure me and my mom were comfortable, that I wasn’t in too much pain, and was very very sweet! The next morning Dr. Randolph came back to discharge me. Every nurse, doctor, and staff member I encountered there was great - which is very meaningful considering I was in such rough shape. Great medical team. Wait times were a bit long at times, but as to be expected in a hospital.

Johniece Robinson: Don’t let these people lie to you this by far the worst hospital ever! Back in the day it was okay but I don’t know what happened over the years. I’ve watched my sister have the worst labor and delivery. The doctors was unprofessional they even had students practice on the patients. They barely clean, sanitize my sisters room, if it’s supposed to be COVID why nobody not doing they’re job! I was so irritated and annoyed for my sister. She came in the hospital Great left out with a fever. The nurses will get irritated if we ask them a question, they will take along time to respond to us if we call for them it was just too much I felt so bad. Hopefully in the future they will have better doctors and more professional nurses. I will go more into details but I’m not! Just hope In the future things will be so much better and more professional

Julio Argueta: It was the worst experience in a hospital, my daughter was on surgery for 6 hours, and no one come to me and let me know how was everything, not even after the surgery, in other cases I saw doctors come and tell there family how was everything and that everything went well. But not in my case and not even the receptionist could tell us anything not even where she was. Until 10 hours later when my daughter called me and send me a picture of the board information that she can verily see. That was the only way that I could see her. They ask her if she wants to see a minister, she told them that she wanted to see me because her father was a minister but they didn’t let me in, she stay overnight and now I am her outside waiting until 11:00 they won’t let me in until visit hours, even when she ask for me. Her father. We are used to have a better treatment. Georgetown is the best hospital. For sure….

joy adona: My sister was a patient at this hospital just recently. She had chest pain and fainted while working. She was brought to the emergency room department and had the worst experience since. The nurse who took care of her yelled at her when she was asking for something, she could not move at all and needed assistance getting what she needed. She was not treated with respect, her privacy was violated. She was in pain and did not receive anything to manage it. Her calls were ignored. It is hard enough to be in pain more so being treated rudely while dealing with it. The nurses’ priority should be the provision of safe and quality patient care. My sister just experienced the opposite.

Greer Dog Adventures: The front desk and security are horrible. No compassion, no empathy, unhelpful, and always have an attitude. They will give you different information policy than the doctors and nurses, and it is not always correct. If you can get past that, the other staff is gracious, kind, compassionate, and helpful. Mask mandate in effect. Normal visiting hours vary from 11a-6p to 2p-7p. Only one person PER DAY. Palliative care visiting hours are 24/7 under order of provider. Two people are allowed at a time, and they can switch with other documented visitors.

Naya -Monet: April front desk at suite 108 for pregnant women had a really nasty attitude talked to me any kind of way no greeting busy speaking to co-workers while speaking to me must be really miserable. She definitely needs more training on people/communication skills if you don’t like your job don’t work there simple. In the hallway while I was waiting for feedback I even overheard other patients complaining about her attitude which sucks. She needs to learn the basics of patient care fire her or have her get more training .

Jade Dawson: I had a very good labor and delivery experience here via c section, as I could not labor naturally with my midwife as planned for several reasons. I labored naturally here until 7cm and I’m so glad all I had to do was pace my breathing. They took wonderful care of me, knew how and when to manage my pain before I realized it myself. The low stress of this resulted in a calm trust when it came to the c section. Will come again for the next baby!

2. George Washington University Hospital - Washington

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Address: 900 23rd St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 715-4000

Business type: Hospital

George Washington University Hospital: what do users think?

Barbara Thompson: For the past 2 months, I have been fortunate enough to be seen at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital. I am new to Washington DC, so it is the first time I have experienced the level of care that goes on there. Because I have several physical issues to deal with, I am at the hospital a couple of times a week. The Doctors have been able to diagnose and begin treatment for .a couple of major physical issues that I have. The Physical Therapy team that is working with me is showing me great kindness and patience. There is a confidence and optimistic feeling among the staff that permeates the hospital. You can’t help but feel better after spending time with this crew. I have never felt so comfortable in a hospital before, or looked forward to going to it! I am so grateful for the professionalism and the knowledge that the doctors and nurses have. I am looking forward to healing in a better life because of their care. So to the doctors, nurses, therapists and the rest of the staff, please know how much we appreciate all the hard work that you do for us. You are greatly appreciated and loved! Barb Thompson

Jackie Wlodarczyk: I went in with an issue with my eye because it would not open. I obviously was not able to see much at all. The staff was very friendly and helpful, they guided me so I would not run into anyone or anything. I was seen by a medical student, a resident, and an ER doctor almost immediately. They were all very nice and were quick and efficient in order to cause me the least amount of pain possible. The student and resident were extremely nice and provided me with as much information as possible. The only downside was that it took a really long time for the head doctor to approve my discharge paperwork. Which I kind of understand since it is an emergency room, but at that point I just really wanted to leave and go home. I eventually just left on my own after waiting an hour and a half for the head doctor to sign it. But overall, the staff really made the experience great.

LyshaReneéTV: From the time of my consultation to the time I had my surgery the nurses and doctors were excellent! They made sure at all times I had everything I needed. Throughout my consultation, the doctor was very informative of my issues and well informative about my options. During my surgery, it did start an hour late but throughout my time waiting the doctors still made sure that I was comfortable and the job got done. I would definitely recommend!

Jessy Manuel: The staff had excellent bedside manner and were comforting and kept me well informed. I was very nervous as I had a prior surgery after which I woke up in horrible pain. I told the anesthesiologist and he reassured me before the procedure and stayed with me until I was in recovery to make sure that did not happen. Highly recommended.

Vonda Lewis: I had in and out surgery here last week and I was really nervous but once I checked in and was called to the back to get prepped for it. My nurse came in then the doctors who were doing the surgery came in and introduced themselves and then their assistant and so on. I was like I really feel welcomed and at ease a little. When I got to the surgery room the room was nice and cozy they had soft music playing, everyone was so very nice and at that time I knew I was in good hands. I was not nervous anymore. From the time I switched doctors GW has always been on point with everything! I would definitely recommend this hospital and the doctors to any and everyone! They get 5/10 stars from me! Thanks GW😊

Leandra Brown: I just recently gave birth at GWU and I had an amazing experience. From the check in process to discharge and everything in between, I felt well taken care of. The Midwives are incredible! They are all so kind and knowledgeable and really attentive to your needs. I couldn’t be happier. All of the Nurses I worked with during Labor and after were awesome! They were super helpful and took such good care of me! Even though they had their hands full with lots of other patients, they were still very attentive, constantly checking in to see if I needed anything. I also loved working with the Lactation Consultant. She was so supportive and encouraging and I learned so much from her. It was such a pleasure working with her. I appreciate all of the staff (it’s impossible to name them all) for making my experience a great one.

3. Howard University Hospital - Washington

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Address: 2041 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20060

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 865-6100

Business type: University hospital

Howard University Hospital: what do users think?

Zina Jones: I was there this month. May 2022. The ER staff was efficient, patient and kind. The emergency room was clean, even the bathrooms were clean. Security was alert and understanding. My brother was a little loud and vocal and the security guard was very understanding. He said my brother is just worried about me. That was awesome. The staff that checked me in was ok. The triage staff was excellent.. Thanks so much for a job well done. The Doctor techs and nurses were professional and comforting.. Thank you so much

Evan Glassman: Not gonna lie when I was sitting in the waiting room with my head leaking from a huge gash I got from slipping on my own pee, I decided to check the reviews on google. After seeing the measly 2.4 stars, I was scared they were gonna make my cut worse or even forget about me. I was completely wrong. Service was efficient. The nurse was really kind and she stitched me up effortlessly. Would definitely come back if I slip on my own pee again. Thanks guys.

bria bailey: I don’t even know how this hospital is still open. My grandfather was having a heart attack and when they told him that they were taking him to Howard hospital he stayed home. This place has no empathy at all. The staff is rude. Lazy. Disrespectful. The emergency room acts as if you are an inconvenience by actually going there. Nobody has phone etiquette and manners. Whoever the man is running the emergency room has no business dealing with people. I legit hate this hospital and only go if I feel like Im dying. If you read this PLEASE GO TO SIBLEY HOSPITAL THEY ACTUALLY CARE.

Lamaria Washington: I go to this hospital cafe a lot and it is normally a pleasant experience but yesterday (5/15/22) I came and brought some grapes. After eating a few, I realized that some of the grapes had mold in them. I checked the label to see that these grapes were 10 days expired. I returned the next day and checked the other grapes and saw that the label had been removed so customers could no longer see the expiration date.

Shaunta Gilchrist: On March 13th 2021 I was scheduled to give birth to my daughter and we arrived on time and there wasn’t no doctor on the floor until the next morning. Following that they continued to want me to have a c-section which I refused. The bed I was on was broken and the feet rest didn’t work. Well during pushing my daughter out two days later the foot rest broke completely and my legs dropped while I was pushing which caused the epidural to turn and almost fall out. I know have severe nerve damage to my right leg and can’t feel it from the knee to the inner thigh. I have a lawyer involved and plan on going all the way. I had to stop breast feeding because of the medications they had me on. Absolutely horrible

jose Navarro: Do Not go here if you’re pregnant and planning on giving birth here!!!! I’ve been to L&D like 3 times for emergency due to pregnancy every time I go there they never find anything wrong I feel like they are just being lazy when I arrived to the L&D section all the nurses were in their phone didn’t even want to see me because they didn’t want to work at all. If anything goes wrong in your labor and delivery they won’t be able to find it. I ended going to Medstar hospital after going here an boom there was a Problem in my pregnancy like I suspected. So don’t trust this hospital at all they don’t care

4. Sibley - Washington

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Address: 5255 Loughboro Rd NW, Washington, DC 20016

Business type: Hospital

Sibley: what do users think?

Tyler Brantley: This Hospital is wonderful, the staff are amazing and were a easy to work with. All the doctors were very respectful, that goes for the nurses other employees as well. If I were cold they got me a warm blanket.

Zhora Gotsman: My doctor was great in all areas. Very professional. However, the rest of the staff I had to deal with, seemed to be ignorant , not to say hateful. Also, billing system is terrible. Hope, never again.

5. BridgePoint Hospital Capitol Hill - Washington

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Address: 223 7th St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 546-5700

Business type: Hospital

BridgePoint Hospital Capitol Hill: what do users think?

Lawan Young: BridgePoint Hospital Capitol Hill Hospital exceeding our exceptions. My mother had a great team of physicians, respiratory therapists, nurses, technicians, physical therapist, occupational therapist and case managers. We would like to give a special thank you to the 3rd floor staff. Nursing Supervisor Mr. Jalloh, Nurses Ms. Cynthia Pollack and Ms.Divya, Technicians Jason , Ms. Blake and Ms. Bailey, Phyiscal Therapist Aaron and Case Manager Mr. Lonnie the quality of care and dedication was exceptional. The team made an everlasting impression and we are forever grateful.

Kiesha Davis: This is the worse hospital. Wish I could give them a negative but it will not let you. Since my husband been there I have never seen a nurse or a dr come into his room. I leave message for someone to call me still waiting. They gave him pork when he does not eat pork. He is suppose to be there for PT the only thing that’s been done is walking around the elevator in which he still leans against the wall from time to time. Now they are talking about discharging him without the proper care. I come in there and do the nurse job with taken care of his womb care when they should be doing that.

Phong Tran: I would like to take the time to give my sincere thanks to Mrs Elin who always was there for my daughter, she has taken care of my daughter for quite a while now and I appreciate her professionalism and commitment to taking care of my daughter. She is very respectful towards visiting family’s and patients. She is always there to help me when I need help and checks up on my daughter and my family on daily basis. I also appreciate the other staff members and how they’re so welcoming and I’m very grateful for everyone here. This is my genuine thanks to Mrs Elin and many other staff members, thank you for your service.

Karen Johnson: I applied for a job for which I have over 16 years experience in the healthcare industry as a Office Exective Assistant and then basically email me without any consideration for interviews or acknowledgement of my skills. Totally bad decision the recruting team has ever made, totally disrespectful and very worse decision. Where is the heart of your HR because I don’t see it. Too bad that the company didn’t once call or schedule just an interview opportunity. Can’t trust the interview and hiring process.

Carla Nelson: Bridgepoint cared for my mom until she passed away on 3/2/2022. The staff became my family and was extremely caring for my mom. I visit often and bring them Strawberry Shortcake to show my gratitude, appreciation and love for my mom. THANK YOU BRIDGEPOINT FAMILY

LaMonica White: Some areas of BridgePoint have been updated and the facility is still undergoing renovations however the people make the difference here. While my brother was there, we had great experiences at every level of support from the Client Liaison who helped with the transition from the hospital to the Patient Advocate Sheresse Hatcher who remembered our names and helped us with a special circumstance for friends who came to visit. There were so many caring members of the team who were friendly and committed to his care including a few special to us… Dr. Singh, Nurse Mint and "Red" (hair), Physical Therapist Zee, Speech Therapist Allison, Technicians Sharonda and Bernice, and Case Managers Erica and Lonnie. Family and friends often said those are some pretty friendly folks there. My brother came to BridgePoint on a breathing machine and within the first 24 hours, he was weaned off, monitored and encouraged to keep improving at every level. They truly helped him get on the road to rehabilitation. Once he was eating solid food again, he honestly liked the meals and thought they were “rather tasty” to the point he didn’t even touch the outside food we brought. My brother was so pleased with his experience, he wanted to thank everyone and has tasked me with sharing his appreciation with his entire care team.

6. MedStar Georgetown University Hospital - Washington

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Address: 3800 Reservoir Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 444-2000

Business type: University hospital

MedStar Georgetown University Hospital: what do users think?

Renuka C: My experiences at Medstar have been very good so I keep coming back. The staff are efficient, the providers are knowledgeable and skilled. An outstanding patient-centered system where the doctors listen to your concerns and take their time to answer questions. I trust them to keep me healthy. A few parking options: hospital garage, paid street parking (up to 4 hours), and free street parking (2-hour max and about a 7 min walk). Highly recommend these professionals!

N K: If I could give a million minus stars, I would. I’ve lived in many developing countries, I was always better treated or received better care than in this emergency room. People had seizures in front of me and other patients had to point out because nobody seemed to care. It’s unbelievable that this is a major private hospital in the capital of the richest country in the world!!!!! As stated in most comments here, I do not understand how this emergency room is allowed to operate!!

william hutchinson: (edit: it took 9 hours to see a doctor. Got there at 8pm left at 6am.) told it would be a 3 hour wait. Told we could not leave for 2 hours and come back. Had better service at an Outback Steakhouse. At least Outback gives you a buzzer for when it’s your turn….

steven chapman: My wife had a 2 day surgery and will be staying in the hospital for a couple more days for recovery. The surgery center staff and her floor nurses were amazing, informative, and understanding. My issue is the hospitals ridiculous visitor policy of 11-7 and the front desk clerk that ran down the hall to stop me after 16 other workers said I’m good. On the first day we showed up at 8 for the survey and I wasn’t able to see her in her room until 6:45pm as that’s when the surgery/recovery wrapped up. I got a solid 15 minutes with her before having to leave. Next morning I wasn’t able to see her until 11am and they wheeled her out for surgery at 11:30. I grabbed some food at the chic-fil-a and sat outside at the picnic tables(didn’t have any to sit in over crowded waiting area for 6 hrs) near the surgery center. When the surgery wrapped up and they informed me she was heading back to the room, I was denied entrance by the front desk saying it’s their policy to not let guest leave and come back. I never left the campus and and was literally sitting where the whole staff goes outside for lunch, but had to go to the main entrance to get back in the building. I guess I could have just sat in her room alone for 6 hours but I didn’t think there is a lack of common sense in a facility where we were forced to visit because this is the only hospital her doctor preforms surgery in. Also traffic around the hospital and parking is a mess. But it’s cool because you have to pay for that excellent service.

Alex E: Not sure what is going on but this ER is changing for the worst. My first two encounters were wonderful, I felt like my concerns were answered and I was comfortable. Yesterday I arrived with stomach issues and, long story short, was given a CT scan and bloodwork and then sent away without genuine answers. I still feel awful a day later. There are also way more beds now in the ER, which shows me MedStar is only concerned with money. The floors were filthy and the bedding had a stain!

Virginia Donnelly: Personnel are Always professional and courteous. I trust the Doctors I encounter. I had breast cancerin 2012 went through lumpectomy, radiation and closely followed by my oncologist for more than 8 years. I have a friend whose 12 year old daughter who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at Childrens hospital. They took my advice and came to this hospital for a second opinion. They decided to continue her treatment at Georgetown Univ Hospital because of their communication, explanations and atmosphere with the child and parents. The child is happier, understands what is going on with her body and has been able to return to school.

Paulaa Mason: I wouldn’t suggest this hospital for young inexperienced first time black moms. I’m 28 and I was told this was a decent hospital however I was given poor care by the staff here. It was one point for 3 months I wasn’t seen by my doctor and was only getting ultrasounds monthly. I didn’t know any better or know I was supposed to see a doctor and the ultra sound people. However once I found out I made an appointment and was seen that day. The down side to it I got a VERY nasty nurse who did the bare minimum and even had an attitude. I understand they say that some students practice and are involved but I don’t need anyone learning anything trying to help me. Especially when I’m not fully aware of what’s going on. Even now I’m in my 7th month I’ve yet to get a proper due date, measure or weigh my baby or 70% of what I’ve recently learned should’ve been done by now. I just pray it doesn’t affect my son in the long run. I would switch hospitals but it’s too late and when I tried the place I was going said they had to start everything from scratch and that’s just a huge inconvenience. So if it’s your first child and you don’t know what to expect please don’t come here. These people don’t care, they just wanna collect their check and go home. (I also hate to be this way however I witnessed with my own eyes how the attitude of a white Women changed versus helping me. Than when a white couple came up who was after me and it was a major difference.) I asked to speak with the BOA but they said that department didn’t have one. And only said I could talk to a women was was in charge of the shift. However that was unhelpful and nothing was fixed. I’m extremely disappointed in the care I’ve been getting and the lack of help my child has been receiving

7. United Medical Center - Washington

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Address: 1310 Southern Ave SE, Washington, DC 20032

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 574-6000

Business type: Hospital

United Medical Center: what do users think?

lucky joeyoung: The worst experience I have ever had in a hospital. The people working the ER called security to force people out fur to them being upset for sitting here for hours. From injuries to Covid there was no compassion for anyone here. The staff behind the glass laughing while people are yelling in pain. Security is three deep trying to intimidated patients. The RN is walking around telling people it will be another 3 to four hours before being seen and most including me have been her for 3 or more hours already. Then they all go to the back as you say they are mad at us for being here. Enough is enough DO NOT COME TO THIS ER FOR AM REASON.

Jonelle Lewis: Blood on the floor. Actual blood. Told staff and was told that she was “aware” that is was there and that she cleaned the bed sheets but left that there so EMT could see that they didn’t properly do their job. Understandable that she wanted someone to know they aren’t working up to expectations, but why service that room until it was properly cleaned. And lets not forget to mention i registered at 4pm and didnt leave until 11:30 pm. Never visiting this hospital again. ESPECIALLY not on my death bed

Stephanie Williams: If I could give this hospital zero stars I would. it’s is so sad that this is the hospital serving our Ward 8 residents. No one deserves the awful treatment that is given in this place, it’s embarrassing to call this a hospital. My mother was admitted here for a week and was humiliated and disrespected by the nurses here. I witnessed first hand while On FaceTime with mom , nurse Martina shouting at my mother who just needed help walking after a major abdominal surgery, she raised my mothers blood pressure while my mom already had difficulty breathing. The patient in the same room told the nurse to lower her voice and that it’s not okay to yell at my mom. On another occasion, Numerous times my mom pressed the nurse call button for help because her oxygen was so low and no one came. I had to literally call the hospital at 1 am to get someone to go to my moms room and help her. There is so much more I cannot fit in this review but our family will be making a formal report on the following nurses with the worst bedside manor I’ve ever seen: Linda Briscoe, Nurse Martina, Nurse Diana. Disgusting hospital!!!

Danni Buchanan: My father died here coming from Bridgepoint National Harbor (a joke in itself). WHY they would send their patients here I’ll never comprehend! I spent 12 days begging for his body to be released from this roach motel but Dr. MoMoh was MIA. The medical examiner called ME asking for a rundown because the doctor was no where to be found. I finally tracked him down in his fancy Maryland office to remind him of his obligations at UMC. The people of SE deserve so much better than this!!! This was in January 2021 and I am just getting the energy to write this because I know none of you really care and it won’t change until someone?? intervenes. So please save your generic “sorry for your experience” comment. You’re not sorry and I’ll advocate for better treatment in these funding-starved areas every change I get. Pathetic. Disgusted. So sad!!

Steven Hurt: These one of the worst hospitals in the world no one works I just got in to a car accident and they had me waiting for five hours then they switched shifts and told me they dnt knw when I will be seen so I lift and went to a different hospital and I came in on a Stretcher

Jasmine D: This is the worst hospital on my life! My father passed away and we are still waiting over a week for a death certificate! Really making me think they didn’t even try to save him when he was living! Everytime we call them the receptionist send us the a automatic teller knowing that it’s gonna hang up! They’re very inconsiderate and unprofessional! If I could give this hospital less than a star I would! If you or a family member on the verge of death please avoid this hospital at all cost! If anything they’ll kill you! I wish I could report this hospital as a whole! It needs to be shut down immediately!

Dave Frey: Dr. Balhara is an exceptional, caring and patient doctor. He has very strong and clear communication skills. Most importantly, he built a strong trusting relationship with my son who received great care and attention. His guidance and advice were priceless guiding me towards his next steps to a full recovery. Multiple times a day he provided status helping us through very sad days. We need more outstanding doctors like Dr. Balhara!!

8. Sibley Memorial Hospital - Washington

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Address: 5255 Loughboro Rd NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 537-4000

Business type: Hospital

Sibley Memorial Hospital: what do users think?

Anna Katt: We just arrived home from receiving excellent care from Sibley’s Labor and delivery department. Everyone involved at every stage of the process was so kind and helpful, including the room service staff and environmental services. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of people to support us during the process of welcoming our first. Really appreciate all of it considering the current challenges faced by health care professionals during this pandemic.

Erin Taylor: I had such an amazingly positive experience at the Sibley ER yesterday and had to write a review. The triage nurses were really fantastic and caring. They stayed calm even though it was a hectic day and they were so kind. I especially appreciated them because I passed out in the ER and they were so kind when waking me up and helping me feel better. The ER nurses (Alex and Liz) were amazing! So helpful and kind and attentive. They really lightened my mood because they were so kind and caring. They also took the time to explain everything to me and really make sure I was okay. This was amazing to me because I knew the ER was very busy that day. The doctor, Dr. Eltaki, was absolutely fantastic. She was so smart and caring and made me feel really cared about and important. She also really took the time to explain things to me. I really really appreciated her!

Ronald Willis (Toke Masta): This was the worst experience I’ve ever had at an emergency room. But still very worthy of 5 stars. I was in at 9:30a. They drew blood at 10:15a. I didn’t get into a room until about 4p. I watched literally every person in the lobby get called back before me. By the time I go in a room. There were no familiar faces. A supervisor came out around 3:15. And I explained to her what I came for. And how long I had been waiting. She assured me she would look into it. And about 45 min later, I had a room. Once in the room. The nurses jumps into action. I got my cat scan. Nothing unusual. And they did what they needed to do. Once complete. I did have to wait an unusually long time for my discharge papers. But when I asked what was going on, I was out within 10 minutes. The staff was very overwhelmed but the people, the attitudes, the trash talking. But nobody lost patience. Everyone did the best they could. And even though it took a while. I left happy and satisfied with how the day was spent. Kudos to the entire ER staff at SMH! Thank you!

Karen Luttrell: I just has surgery here at this hospital. My third surgery in 5 months due to breast cancer, but the first time I had surgery at this location. The staff in both pre-op and post-op went above and beyond to take care of me. My anesthesiologist was fantastic. I generally get very sick from anesthesia, but not this time. I greatly appreciate courtesy, kindness and care I received. I would highly recommend them!

Emalee Jimenez: This hospital needs to be seriously investigated for negligent patient care and no standards of cleanliness. This is a liability and I wouldn’t be surprised if they’ve been sued for negligence in patient deaths. I will be contacting more people because of this. Took my friend to the ER because she was having extreme abdominal pain that probably occurred because of a gluten allergy attack. The staff kept asking if she had drank or smoked weed recently, probably trying to really push to see if it was just a hangover. The staff was extremely rude and aggressive and caused her even more pain at times. The ER was less than half empty when we were there but somehow they took 2 hours just to give her an IV. As they were getting blood samples I guess the phlebotomist was too lazy to get a separate cart so she just used our table with all our personal belongings on it to do her blood work. The picture shown was AFTER the lady took the 4 blood viles off the table. She looked confused and didn’t know which vile went in which bag , and even got BLOOD on the table near our stuff!! Didn’t bother to clean up the spilt blood. I had to wait another hour just to get somebody’s attention to ask for gloves and wipes to clean it up myself. After 3 hours, and complaining about 2 or 3 times, they gave her morphine. Still rough and aggressive. We were fed up and just told them we wanted to be discharged. We waited another HOUR AND A HALF. At this point we’ve been in the ER for 4.5 hours. Nothing was done. Nobody was helping. Still haven’t seen any doctor. We pulled out the IV ourselves and walked out and went to another hospital. Wasted so much time and actually caused more pain. Please don’t come here

elijah: I’ve always had positive experiences at sibley but not this time. I’ve been sitting in the er for 9 and a half hours. I’ve had my blood drawn and and IV put in and left to sit in the waiting room this whole time. I am an amputee (amputation done at Sibley) and I have an infection. I was admitted last week for 3 days for IV antibiotics and sent home with 5 days of oral antibiotics even though I told them I cannot take oral. I vomited the oral antibiotics for 5 days and am back at the hospital because my infection is still there. Everyone that came into the er after me is gone. They say they are going by acute cases but leaving me in the er for almost 10 hours (and counting) makes me feel like I don’t matter. I’m extremely upset and feel neglected.

9. St. Elizabeths Hospital - Washington

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Address: 1100 Alabama Ave SE, Washington, DC 20032

Telephone: (202) 299-5100

Business type: Psychiatric hospital

St. Elizabeths Hospital: what do users think?

Charles Robinson: Is there any vacancy in always looking for a second home 🤪aka houseofmadness

Angelic Applewhite: Emmanuel Tucker MT was extremely rude to me just now! He was upset because he was supposed to be off work at 9:00 am. So I guess he’s taking everything out on other people who are calling to do an important job! He needs to be counseled on his behavior or he needs to get a new job elsewhere. Because telling me “oh whatever” and telling me how bad your day is has absolutely nothing to do with me. I expect to hear from higher up on this matter!

Timothy Hinton: They are getting it Ready!I can’t wait! 🤪💪🏾 👨🏾‍💻🏘....?! #2024?#NewHome?🤔

Tereza Farid: Horrible experience with the security officer the Bk lady with the glasses, she yelled at me because I want her to let me go, she blocked the exit with the orange cone, very bad attitude with the visitors,they need to hire new guards more professional,they make people sad and frustrated.

Lisa Hults: Scary Place

Holly Seibel: Even giving one star is a stretch. The staff has no consistency with their front desk security. One thing that is consistent is their unfriendly attitudes and service to both visitors and patients. The lack of communication within their staff is appalling.

Jack Cohen: I got touched in the back closet

10. Children's National Medical Nphlgy - Washington

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Address: 111 Michigan Ave NW, Washington, DC 20010

Telephone: (202) 476-5000

Business type: Children's hospital

Children's National Medical Nphlgy: what do users think?

Leah Thompson: I was nervous while driving in after seeing the low rating but I noticed most complaints were due to the time spent waiting. Well today I spent 11 hours in the ER and while that’s a crazy amount of time my son was so well taken care of that I don’t care. Every option was explored and there was no being referred to other places because all specialist are under one roof. 100% recommend making the trip into DC for child emergencies if you’re able. The staff was wonderful❤️

Chaturbhuj bhojwani: Very good hospital for children my daughter had a eye surgery here.She was the patient of Dr. Jaffar.

Patricia Carter: My 6 month old daughter got stuck with a needle 7 times because other places “couldn’t get a good stick” when we went here, she got it on the first stick, no problem. We were in and out, with hardly any fuss from the baby. Kathy Hawkins, specifically, was absolutely amazing. Extremely attentive to not only baby, but myself and her dad as well. If we ever need blood work done for our daughter, we will absolutely make the 2hr trip to come here again!

Jennifer Alvarado: Best hospital for childrens. My daughter has had 56 surgeries during her 4 years of life,and everyone has been wonderful! I love Childrens hospital. From specialty doctors to pediatricians,nurses,radiology,clerks,social workers and other workers have been great! I love this hospital and will always be grateful! Parking is a little tough at times so it’s better to always leave an hour before your appointment. Thank you Childrens hospital.

Lisa Taylor: The “1” review is only because of our wonderful nurses. Poor attending gastroenterologist and resident problem-solving and diagnostics. They didn’t verbally communicate critical MRE results. Infection control issues with C-Diff after testing and “see it all the time there”…sanitize your equipment! Significant financial hardship with med school level care!

Marbel Panameno: I took my son there because he’s had a bad cought and the place was so dirty and there was even vomit on the floor and it took them over 10 mins to come clean it up. You would think the attention towards children would be good after all it’s called children’s but its bad and it took for ever to be seen, We waited over an hour in the emergency room before they brough us in…. Overall if I would have known about the attention in this hospital I would have taken my son elsewhere, not going there again.

11. Washington DC VA Medical Center - Washington

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Address: 50 Irving St NW, Washington, DC 20422

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 745-8000

Business type: Veterans hospital

Washington DC VA Medical Center: what do users think?

Tri Love: For the most part my experience with the VA have been good. Sometimes the call and appointment lines take forever and hang up, and sometimes the personnel I speak to are grumpy but overall the service is good, the ER is relatively efficient, I can reach my Dr or their team with ease, and, aside from one ER incident with a certain Dr. I feel heard and well treated. My medications come fast, and the variety of programs is nice. Thank you for your service !

Ashton: My first experience in the cafe was terrible. Taco Tuesday at 12 noon they run out of 5+ items that up make the taco bar. Only meat, cheese and lettuce was left. The problem escalated when the cashier told me I was “entitled” for inquiring about a discount considering they discounted the food. He said “well, you still ordered it”, and even tried to charge me more than the set price. When asked about it he said he was told to charge that price yet adjusted the total to the original amount listed. I spoke with Kevin (manager) to oversee this unacceptable behavior. This service was despicable. As it is acceptable to say no, it is not acceptable to dishonor and disrespect anyone. The attitude was undeserving and unprofessional.

Artis Baskin: My most enjoyable and professional VA visit ever. I am a patient at the Yellow Clinic and had my appointment on FRI 15 APR 2022 w/ Dr. Benton. Routine physical and continued evaluation of service-connected issues. The Medical and Lab Technicians were cheerful, polite and engaging and the Phlebotomist Tsedey was amazing. Great visit...thank you for your service!

Lauren Harcarik: Every *single* time I try to call to make an appointment, I am on hold for 20+ minutes. Several times I have been unexpectedly disconnected - even after speaking with someone - and, thus, have to call and wait again. I have been hung up on at least three times (and I just moved to this area). This is the worst of 4 VA systems at which I have been enrolled to receive care. I needed an appointment for a pap smear, and the patient call operator said, "they are not taking new patients," then hung up on me. Thank god I am not forced to rely strictly on VA healthcare, and I will look elsewhere to receive care; however, there are patients who have no other options, and this answer is completely unacceptable.

Mr. Robinson1911: The worst! We lay our lives in the this country and this is our reward. How does one ask for an appointment in May and we are told that we can be seen in January of the next year. Honestly, I don’t think some of the medical personnel is knowledgeable about their craft and they are numb to what some of us really need. This is apart of the reason all of the armed forces are low on numbers…..who wants to serve a country to be rewarded with care from people who really don’t care about you. We are just numbers and the actions of the staff justify us feeling this way.

Emily Breining: VA - where support staff rides out a fed position & does the least in your favor. #1 Know your patient advocate team, keep track of your doctors(they come & go being in a large city.) Know that as a patient you have rights to accurate documentation & efficient service. Keep the VA accounatble for poor service.

12. NIH Clinical Center - Montgomery County

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Address: 10 Center Dr, Bethesda, MD 20892

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (301) 496-4000

Business type: General hospital

NIH Clinical Center: what do users think?

Omnia: If someone gives less then ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ something is wrong. This is the best resort, I mean hospital I have ever been to. Like, omg, its unreal. The staff is amazing. The doctors are exceptional. The food is on point. The facility is breathtaking. My only complaint is, its way too big f u are a patient. I love it but I got lost soooo many times but there was always someone there to put me back on track. Wish there was more governmental fynding ding for the endocrine department and Cushings research. Other then that. The only thing that would make this place better is to add Mediterranean food to the menu and put in a bowling aleey. Lol.other then that I love it.

Marie Nunez: Beautiful campus & some of the best, friendliest & smartest medical professionals I’ve encountered. They are compassionate, take their time with patients & SO punctual.

JASON TOMLIN: The best people you could ever meet I had cancer in 2012 and was told in January 2013 I had 6 months to live and got in with these people and still here to tell people but God CURE me these people help with loving arm waiting on people

Patrick H: Although there are many amazing things about this place, the clinical center op9 is a joke on Tuesdays. Be prepared to wait. And wait. And wait. Appointments mean nothing.

13. Providence Health System - Washington

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Address: 1150 Varnum St NE, Washington, DC 20017

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 854-7000

Business type: Medical clinic

Providence Health System: what do users think?

Crazy Chicc: It’s a shame that this hospital is closed now. I received the best treatment. I Was comfortable with the people who worked there. A very trustworthy hospital.

Tiyende-Tose Nyirenda: The lady at the front Judy/Ruby is rude. Took time off work to come for an appointment that was scheduled by them in advance just to find out that my insurance isn’t accepted there. Waste of time.

MW 7: I always received the best care here when it was a hospital. In the past it felt like my treatment plan was being executed by a team of angels, amoung them Dr. Lawrence, Dr. Mark Johnson, Annie the nurse, and others. They even use to have a copy of a healing or encouraging prayer for you to read or take with you. The gift shop and cafeteria were awesome. This was a first class hospital for 186 years. Now as an Urgent Care Center I received the same great care for a recent health concern. The waiting room was clean and appropriately modified to ensure social distancing. The receptionist, nurse and Nurse Practitioner Beale were professional, compassionate, kind, and thorough. This is a much needed christian-based health care resource for the hardworking, taxpaying American residents of the Northeast quadrant of the District of Columbia. The decision to care for and minister to the health of the people of this community by offering this serve was indeed an ethical and important decision.

for for: This has to be the worst place ever. I’ve literally sat here for 2 hours for absolutely nothing. Nurse and Doctor came and told me to do two completely different things about my injury without even touching or evaluating me. For the work they actually put in here to actually helping people you could hire 4 year olds here. DO NOT TRUST THESE PEOPLE WITH YOUR LIFE ESPECIALLY TATIANA

Zuri Jordan: I have been trying to get my health records for months. I have submitted the paperwork and haven’t heard back. When you call they dont pick up. This hospital is trash. And then someone responded to this review, I did what they asked and they never reached out. Im sick.

14. Walter Reed National Military Medical Center - Montgomery County

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Address: 4494 Palmer Rd N, Bethesda, MD 20814

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (301) 295-4000

Business type: Military hospital

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center: what do users think?

London Couture Salon: I’m going to announce that sadly this is not a good review. I wish I could have said something different. I’ve been trying to get an appointment there for over a month now. I’ve made more than 10 calls and it’s back to square one every time. After much observation, I realize that No one there knows anything about the system nor do they communicate with each other from one department to another. That has been made evident as I have left messages, presented referral information, filled out forms and spoke to the manager and coordinators. I don’t know what is going on there but I have lost confidence in their ability to help my daughter who urgently needs care.

Michaela Layne: I’m a nurse and I’m appalled at how this place runs. Currently here and my husband is having a major 4-6 hour surgery and I’m not allowed to go back to anesthesia holding with him to ask questions per Covid restrictions. An employee just pointed me in the direction of surgery waiting room and said it’s right there. Nothing like you will get a call, here is a number to watch a board to show where he is at, someone will update etc. all because of Covid restrictions. I work at the largest Level 1 trauma center in Virginia and our Covid policies are 10x better than here. Also, their “updated” Covid policy is from December 2021. Not acceptable.

C H: Not only is it a pain to drive 2 hours away as active duty but the service and care is not good at all. The hoops you have to go through just to get an appointment and you have to keep reaping just to get another appointment or service. I completely understand what our Veterans go through because as an active duty serviceman it has been a nightmare dealing with medical centers in Maryland. We have preferences and the service is still mediocre. The fact that you can talk to someone there, have a problem and them not care how to help you take care of it is the reason why service member HATE dealing with medical. Nothing has changed for me in over 20 years!

Lawrence Westcott: My visit with Dr. Oyakhi Omoike in physical therapy and Dr. Abraham Sabersky in Nerosurgery was one of the most pleasant and productive medical experiences that I have had in some 72 years. Dr. O took the time to explain my situation after my recovery and physical therapies that I all ready received. He is very good and I would recommend him to anyone. Dr. Sabersky was my surgeon for surgery on my spine last year and all my followups with him have been outstanding. He is a great surgeon and I would recommend him to anyone. Thank you Dr. Sabersky and Dr Omoike, Lawrence Westcott

Ananda Owens: Great service here, they are the epitome of a professional health care experience. Very kind and attentive workers.

15. Sibley Memorial Hospital Emergency Room - Washington

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Address: 5255 Loughboro Rd NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 537-4080

Business type: Emergency room

Sibley Memorial Hospital Emergency Room: what do users think?

Nicole Bertrand: My experience at SMH ER this past week was in one word: Inhumane. For many years my family has loved and been served well by Sibley, and as such we have been glad to both donate to them and solicit donations from others on their behalf. However, my recent experience within their ED was unacceptable. I arrived via ambulance presenting with severe COVID symptoms, including stridor and inability to breath. Upon arrival, I was greeted by an angry nurse berating me with the question of “Why did you come here from Mclean?” I was then left unattended in a room for hours on end, with my oxygen falling to dangerously low levels, alarms sounding, and no one came to check on me. I double checked to see if patient vitals were being monitored behind the nurses station desk: they were NOT. Simply put: my symptoms were made worse from going to the ER and also were not treated. Not once in 5+ hours did someone check on me, apart from to take blood or perform a test. I asked for help to the bathroom and no one ever came so I myself had to unhook all cords, monitoring devices, and IV to go to the bathroom. The only person that acted with any empathy, care, or concern was the ED Doctor. Everyone else was cold, harsh, and dismissive. Nothing about this experience was “compassionate care in a comfortable environment.” The experience was appalling. When I left and was given my paperwork and labs, I was furthermore shocked to find dangerously abnormal labs that were neither discussed with me nor factored into the minimal care that was administered. My PCP was also appalled. Sibley, my family and I are extremely disappointed in you. We expect better. Reader: as once big fans of Sibley, we can confidently say do NOT come here for emergency care. Do yourself a favor and go across the River to Virginia to be treated with compassion, empathy, and competent care.

Alex Navarro: Took my child there for a head injury. I guess they were busy as we were not even triaged for over an hour. However, there were only 3 or four other folks in the waiting room when we arrived and they didn’t even all go back ahead of us. So in an hour 3 people were triaged. This place does not move quickly. So after that wait we we’re “Fast Tracked” meaning we at least got a bed and a little room to wait in for the doctor. Another, small child who was there was sent back to the waiting room with an IV port in his hand!?!? The place was huge and had plenty of open beds. I have no idea why they did that to that poor kid. Another, small child was in with a broken toe. They’d also been waiting for hours only to be told they needed to go to Children’s to actually get any medical attention. We made it out after waiting another hour+ to even be seen by a PA. Then got some X-rays and waited on those. All and all a 5 hour visit with a small child is not ideal but that’s kind of what you get in an ER. I will give it 3 stars for being clean and large. The staff was great although one of the nurses warned me against vaccinating my child which seemed odd. It’s certainly nicer than waiting in Georgetowns ER, but the doctors seemed about the same. Would I go again, maybe. I liked that it felt clean and roomy, but I do feel they could communicate the process more.

Leandro Caroli: If you have an emergency find another hospital. This hospital seems to have wait hours over 8 hours. Priority given to those that arrive through ambulance with real emergency otherwise your placed in the waiting full of people holding. But on the same token good luck finding any hospital in this city with less than at least 6 hour wait. I have no idea what’s going on but it seems like everyone is at the hospital. This is highly frustrating.

Ray Ban: By far the worst and most inefficient ER in the MD/DC/VA region. We came here a few weeks ago because my father was passing out and his BP was 210/88. After spending 12 hours here, they told his head CT showed a subderal hemotoma, which they didn’t have the capacity to deal with here, so he needed to be transferred to Georgetown. We were ok with this, except it was 10 hours later before they transferred him, and he basically sat with no food, blankets or anything, in a daze, with super high blood pressure. He feels loyal to Sibley because his cardiologist is at Sibley, which is part of the Hopkins network. Anyway, now, three weeks later, we’re back at the Sibley ER. His cardiologist wanted him admitted via the ER because he’s having chest pain, nausea, dizziness etc. We got here at 3pm, it’s now midnight and they’re now saying they’re going to discharge him after doing a chest X-ray and blood work….after 9 HOURS! They also keep saying they’re so busy, yet half the ER rooms are empty, and the staff are basically sitting around. If they’re so busy, why haven’t they staffed up? Oh, and in case you’re wondering, he still hasn’t been offered a glass of water after nine hours. I just told him when the doc comes back we’re leaving and we can read the results on his MyChart. Do NOT come to Sibley ER - ANYWHERE is better.

M K: Staff was friendly enough but the wait times were extremely long. I waited over 5 hr in a mostly empty wait room to see a doctor. I then spent over 1.5 hrs in the exam room, during which time I only saw hospital staff twice. I then waited an additional hour to be discharged. I would recommend going a hospital better equipped to deal with patients.

S: After 8.5 hrs they forgot a prescription and without close monitoring would have missed other things. Overall ok on big picture things but I will not take a kid there again. Neither main doc nor nurse impressive. Second doc was fine/better. We’re educated consumers of medical services, ERs can be much better than this. Disappointed in the “John’s Hopkins” brand.

Christopher P: I am a frequent flyer when it comes to ER’s as of late. And am 100% totally please with the entire visit. The front desk staff was pleasant and friendly, quickly got me situated, the check in. The intake nurse took my historyvitals and got me to my ER room. Nurse Nneka was super! And Dr. Rifai was friendly efficient and through. Checked in at 11:30 -blood, x-ray, CT, COVID-19, and existing cancer issues all addressed. Release from Dr. Rifai at 5:30. When I needed something the staff addressed my needs, came quickly when I hit the button, they were all super friendly courteous respectful, and most importantly empathetic to my existing issues and ER visit condition. I have been coming here since April for the oncology - and am now totally impressed with the ER! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️+❤️‍

Lisa Elisabeth: Wow the ER staff here were so mean, 4 hour wait and employees at waiting room were unfriendly. It’s so wrong they hire such mean people to deal with vulnerable, scared patients who are suffering health problems. It’s almost an abuse of power over the vulnerable. Please hire friendly, compassionate frontline healthcare workers. Management has a choice if they care. Don’t know about doctors because couldn’t wait 4 hours…

Ronald Demarines: The people you’re caring for are in great hands. Thanks for doing what you do. I would especially like to thank Dr.Hoerster for being attentive to all my needs and for the excellent care and medical advice I received.

16. DC Department of Behavioral Health - Emergency Psychiatric Services - Washington

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Address: 1905 E St SE # 14, Washington, DC 20003

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 673-9319

Business type: Psychiatric hospital

DC Department of Behavioral Health - Emergency Psychiatric Services: what do users think?

Channy B: Very charitable in a sense. Kinda hard to find. Most of the employees here were very accommodating though.I particularly liked the security lady with the Mohawk braid style, Mohammad, Ricky, and Mr. Walker. The lady with the 27 piece was nice as well. Great if you need emergency treatment, they seem to have an open door policy.

Jenifleur O: Where do I begin? Hell pure and simple.

17. Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center - Fort Washington

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Address: 11711 Livingston Rd, Fort Washington, MD 20744

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (301) 292-7000

Business type: Medical Center

Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center: what do users think?

Vanessa Garcia: This places is terrible. The nurses and doctors are none caring. If there was a option to put a 0 stare I would give them that. You have people waiting hours when it’s a emergency! You have your patient die that’s how bad this place is! Please who ever sees this we need quality care in the community not quantity. Very bad!!! Customer services is key and timely manage.

Brittany Young: As I sat in the emergency room waiting for my brother, I watched a man come in and tell the front desk that he felt like he was having a heart attack. No one moved with any sense of urgency. They even asked him to sit down and do a formal check-in. I couldn’t believe my eyes. There were other things that happened that also made me sad—a nurse said she’d get help to assist my brother in getting onto the gurney and she never returned, and waiting on final paperwork took forever. I appreciate ALL that nurses and doctors do. They are heroes. However, as an overall hospital experience, this community deserves better. How can we make this a better place for people to get quality emergency care??

Bobby Glenn: My mom checked in and she received decent care the nurse staff did very poorly in calling with updates on a day to day basis. I called multiple times throughout the day and was always promised a nurse would call me back but never did. When it was time to transfer her to a new facility I called and wasn’t informed until I called her in. When I asked the male nurse that evening he refused to give me any updates and was very rude. I had to go up to the hospital to get an update from the lead nurse who informed me that my mom had been transferred to another facility in western Maryland. I do appreciate the care she had while there but the customer service aspect has to improve.

Brittany Gudger: Not the place to go if you have an emergency or if you feel like death is at your door. This place will test your patients. I feel like they be waiting to see who going pass out first in the lobby before they take you to the back. Will never go back tear the building down and start all over again, this use to be one of the best ER’s now it’s just there a useless building.

hammy the bear: Unequivocally the worst hospital I’ve ever interacted with. Specifically the ED staff. They are incompetent and conduct patient care with a lack of any decent bedside manner. Nurses especially treat patients with no regard for their personal needs and circumstances. If you have any kind of choice in the matter I would recommend no one patronize this institution

leticia escobar: Five hours waiting for my 4-year-old son to be attended to; my son cried a lot because of the pain in his fractured knee and even so they did not attend to me. It is the worst hospital I have ever seen in my life. They have no pity for the sick.

Jackie Brame: Awful experience. My sister came here complaining of chest pains and had swelling in feet and legs. We have been waiting for 8 hours in the ER for her to be admitted to a room.

Tyson Whitting: This hospital is horrible,They move ridiculously slow doctors are care free.security sleeps on the job. I recommend not coming here this place is terrible.Sitting in the lobby for hours. This place needs to be shut down.

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