Find top-rated Service Providers

Find Top-Rated Wilmington Hospitals

There are 0 top-rated hospitals in your area and 115 to avoid.

After 20 years, it's now free to join.

  • More than 10 Million Verified Reviews
  • Nationwide Coverage
  • Trusted Ratings

Hospital Care reviews in Wilmington

Real People ~ Real Reviews ~ Real Results

  • If I got any bills from them, they'd probably be with the insurance company. The doctor just seemed very knowledgeable and he was just to the point. He might have been a little gruff with his bedside manner but he's very pleasant. This was the second time we ever saw him. He was a specialist so you only go to him when you're having issues.
    - Debbie W.
  • The paramedics came quickly. It seemed to have taken a while before x-rays were performed at Beebe Hospital. I was very nauseated throughout the whole ordeal. The pain was excruciating. I was given Zofran by a male nurse. After the x-rays were read, thank goodness nothing broken, I was told that they could do nothing more for me. My right knee was wrapped and I was told that because nothing more could be done, I was done at the ER. They insisted on getting me up and out. I was VERY nauseated. I demanded another Zofran and to have them stop rushing me "out." The gave me a little bit more time. They just kept trying to get me up and out when I could not even lift my head.

    I had a "lot" of x-rays taken of my knee. I didn't realize it until I got home (2 hours away), but the hospital never gave me my x-rays to show to my physician. When I called my physician, he could not bring up the x-rays because Beebe Hospital is not connected with Powerpoint or EMR to the hospitals in Wilmington. They are not up to date with technology. Very archaic!!!!! Since Beebe KNOWS they are not up to date with technology, THEY should give every patient any x-rays, etc that are taken of their injury.

    For me not to get the x-rays I paid for to show to my doctor, it meant that I paid for x-rays the hospital will destroy and I needed additional x-rays to be taken by my physician back home. That meant more cost to me, my insurance company, and more radiation exposure.

    An administrative person called me today (10/13) because I had filled out a survey of my visit. I told her exactly like I mentioned above about my not having my x-rays. I am a medical transcriptionist, and this is not the way you treat a patient - not giving them their own information to take to their physician IF your facility is not "up to date" with technology. I also mentioned to her that they were trying to "rush" me "out" before I could even lift my head.

    Because I had to have more x-rays taken, I asked her if she was going to pay for the ones from Beebe Hospital. She responded that she just wanted me to know that they "read my survey." GREAT service!!!!

    I asked her the proximity of other hospitals to Beebe. There is one in Seaford and one in Milton. Think twice before you go to a particular hospital.



    - Christine L.
  • We had asked specifically to have blood work done prior to the
    procedure to make sure everything was okay ,and that an antibiotic be
    administered prior to the procedure to prevent infection. Although the
    chance of infection is only 3 to 4 percent, I had done extensive
    research prior and the best facilities in the country do this as a
    standard precaution.We were told there was no reason for this, they don't do this, and they've done hundreds of these....no problem.
    Well, unfortunately..... my father acquired a staph infection, which was bacterial meningitis. He became very, very sick and the procedure meant nothing as we couldn't  properly assess the results.
    My father has suffered with vascular dementia for 4 years and has become almost immobile and incontinent, so extra precautions should have been taken to assure steriltity and cleanllness.
    Perhaps the very worst part, if there could have been a worse part, was that they felt that he must that he go to a skilled nursing facility upon discharge and gave us very little help in locating one that was in decent condition and had good care.The social worker treated us as if we were a major annoyance to her and communicated rarely, even though a member of our family was there all of the time. My brothers and I did most of the searching, calling, begging, etc., during an incredibly difficult time . We were there pretty much constantly except during the late evening/early morning hours and thus were in communication with other families on the floor.  We knew with 100% certainty that at least one more woman had MERSA in her spinal fluid. There were many rooms that were "quarantined"  so to speak , but I cannot say for sure why. Two people on one floor is unacceptable.  We had some amazing nurses on the neuro floor and we were so grateful for their help! It was a nurse that brought my father's fever to the attention of the doctors and us. Thank goodness! This procedure was done in mid to late November and it has just been in the last two weeks that my father has truly been "well "again. We were already "losing him" to the awful, heartbreaking disease of dementia and we lost him for two months and two of perhaps our last holidays with him, due to the negligence of this hospital.  We will not be returning to this facility. The entire experience, with the exception of most of the nursing care he received and the kindness of one doctor, was a nightmare
    - Beth B.
  • My primary care doctor sent me to this hospital for atrial fibrillation. If you go to the emergency room bring two bags of sandwiches and a lot of reading material!!! You will have to wait for a long time to get attention. The waiting room is a pain in the neck, but as soon as you get past that I could not have gotten better service. There were people coming in and out and checking my heart rate, and I feel that I got a lot of personal care. I will continue to use this hospital in the future if the need arises.






    - Kenneth B.
  • Their service is good. I have no complaints.
    - William M.
  • I like the doctor fine.
    - Valerie R.
  • The staff were professional and compassionate. I was grateful that he had been admitted to Crozer!
    - John T. S.
  • It is a great hospital.
    - Marc N.
Join Angie's List to view provider's name.

Hospitals in Wilmington

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order.

To view top rated service providers along with reviews & ratings, JOIN ANGIE'S LIST NOW!