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    Bluefield Regional Med Ctr EMR
    The Physical therapy department associated with Bluefield Regional Medical enter was great with my son.  He had to have therapy to help aid him in walking correctly.   The Therapist, Renee, worked great with him and he really liked going to see her.
    - Amanda C.
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    Princeton Community Hospital
    This was my first experience with fasting for a procedure and the radiology staff was very friendly and accommodating to my situation. The admission staff handled my paper work quickly and had me on my way within 10 minutes of checking in. The hospital is always very clean and tidy, all departments are clearly marked and easy to find. The radiology staff made me feel comfortable and at ease. I was offered pillows and blankets, any thing to make my procedure more comfortable. The whole collection of X-rays took 30 minutes to 1 hour to complete but it certainly did not feel as long. As a courtesy for having such an early appointment and not being able to eat for many hours before, I was given a $5.00 credit to their cafeteria. Everything is reasonably priced there and the food is always good so I thought that was a really great touch on PCH's behalf. Princeton is my first choice in hospitals for this area and I haven't been disappointed yet.
    - Holly C.
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    St. Joseph's Hospital
    Everything was taken care of. Dr. O'Laughlin is my physician. He is associated with St. Joseph's Hospital. Billing is horrible.
    - Christina C.
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    MedExpress - Beckley
    There is nothing that I dislike. I told them after I injured myself and I asked them if they were busy and they said, "it doesn't we'll be able to get you in". So, the service was prompt and then once I got there it's pretty much no waiting, they got me right in. They asked me some questions. They were extremely friendly and they were experts on what they did. They knew what they were doing. They treated me and gave me information.
    - Jordan S.
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    Raleigh General Hospital
    Unit was quiet and condusive to healing. Nursing staff, excellent, available and knowledgable. . Doctor available and answered all questions with positive attitude. Equipment and rooms very clean. Food - not so good. but my appetite was poor. I would rate my experience with this hospital and staffa B+ + or A. Food- a D. Auxillary staff - X-Ray, etc. always on time, respectfull and qualified. This included the Food delivery staff. I will add that I have had two brothers enter the ER for Cardiac incidents. They were well-cared for and the Cardiac team was excellent. If I were to rate them it would definitely be an A.
    - Carol O.
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    Greenbrier Valley Medical Center
    Everyone in this hospital has been excellent, the waiting time is minimal. I always receive excellent care at this here.
    - Coralee P.
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    Greenbrier Valley Medical Center
    I recently had outpatient surgery. apparently they did not know that i planned to have a nerve block rather than anesthesia. when i mentioned that, they readily confirmed with the dr. they were very pleasant and agreeable. communiocation was very good
    - sheryl h.
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    Weirton Medical Center
    We liked their service, everyone was helpful and we would recommend them. It was just a nice place to be if you had to be in a hospital.
    - jerome l.
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    This was my first actual surgery. I had my impacted wisdom teeth removed. Because I requested anesthesia, this procedure was preformed by my oral surgeon at a location other than his office. The location he chose was Davis Memorial Hospital, our local hospital. I had a very positive experience during this visit. I had to call the day before my surgery, Tuesday January fourth, at a certain time to set up an appointment time for Wednesday. I got the second appointment. I went in for check-in at 6:45 am for an 8:45 procedure. The patient ahead of me canceled, so I got out more than an hour before expected. There was no line at this hour. I was in a room within the hour of my arrival. (All the billing and pre-examination information was handled in a previous visit.) My room was very comfy and I spent my waiting time watching television with my mom. Several different nurses dropped in while I was waiting. They were all polite and smiling. One took a urine sample, another set up my IV. I was very nervous and felt a little sick. The anesthesiologist after my urine test and IV were handled. She chatted with me about possible risks and what to prepare myself for (I would have a breathing tube inserted while I was under, I might talk, but it would probably be brief and nonsensical, so don't worry, etc.). She did take a cell phone call while she was discussing my history, but it was business related and short. She asked about my experience with nausea. After checking my risk factors, she said I had a very high chance of nausea after the operation. She had a nurse give me a patch and injected my IV with anti-nausea medication. I had a surprisingly short wait. Two new nurses rolled me down the hall. They had a little trouble finding the brakes on the specific bed I was in, but they did their best and didn't crash me into anything. I was rolled into a big, sterile room. The nurse introduced me to everyone who would be helping the surgeon. I remember them covering me up in a warm blanket and telling me we were going to switch beds, but after that, I don't remember anything but waking up. I woke up in a new room to a nurse saying my name. She gave me a few minutes to adjust, checked my vitals and sent me back to my room promptly. The nurses continued to check me out for about an hour, gave me some apple juice to drink, removed my IV and cleared me to go home. A nurse wheeled me out to the parking lot and said goodbye. I was home with a packet of gauze by 11:00 am, which is an hour before they estimated I would be going home initially. This was the fastest visit I've ever had to any hospital. I felt so nervous going in, but the nursing staff was very positive and really put me at ease. Everybody was really efficient. I'm glad that I chose to visit this facility for treatment.
    - Ashley B.
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    Princeton Community Hospital
    They are nice and clean here. The staff is good to work with. The Womens Center is very updated and nice as well.
    - Sydney S.
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