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  • A
    Memorial Hospital West
    Insofar as exercising on your own in their Fitness Center, it is very clean, enough equipment to not have to wait and is open for very convenient times and days.
    - Betty J F.
  • A
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    They are the best hospital in the country. They are professional and they have very little wait time.
    - Sarah P.
  • A
    City Hospital
    I don't have any dislikes and have received good service at this facility. The nurses are helpful,, knowledgeable and concerned for your care. I would use them again if needed.
    - Alonzo C.
  • A
    City Hospital
    We were readily admitted into the ER. The staff treated the issue for the most prevalent symptoms. Went through appropriate tests. Good diagnosis. We were very satisfied with the thoroughness.
    - Michael G.
  • A
    Winchester Medical Center Inc
    It is a modern medical center.  They have added some more building space and more outpatient rooms.  It is fully functioning medical center.  All the medical specialties are covered that.  I am very familiar with the hospital.
    - Ralph S.
  • B
    City Hospital
    I tripped and fell and ended up in the Emergency Room at City Hospital. This is an entirely new/rebuilt part of City Hospital. I had injured my left foot and knee. The ER was very quiet and I got through triage quickly and a nurse came to lead me to the "minor care" part of the emergency room. The first thing that I noticed was that it was a very long walk from the waiting room to the minor care area.  I had a broken foot and sprained knee and was not pleased at the distance I had to walk.  I wasn't offered a wheelchair and didn't think to ask for one. They had a new computer system installed with the new ER.  It didn't work so they were just doing everything on paper which slowed things down a little, but not too much. I was seen by a physician's assistant (PA), sent to x-ray (I had to walk again) and then waited while the doctors and PA's tried to find a computer that was working well enough to review my x-rays. I was told I had a fracture in my left foot.  I was not given many details and was not able to see the x-rays (which is important to me.) I was given a boot with Velcro straps and crutches and given some discharge instructions.  I said I needed pain medicine and told them which kinds I can take.  They wrote a prescription, but for the wrong dosage. The receptionist was efficient and friendly.The nurses were efficient and friendly.The PA was a little rushed and brusque, even though I was one of only 3 patients in the whole wing.The x-ray tech was very pleasant to work with.I never spoke with a doctor (which is fine.) At checkout, they charged me a $25 copay.  My actual copay for an ER visit is $23.85 and they inevitably have to send me a small refund check every time. The facilities were clean and tidy. The new ER is nice and a huge improvement over the old ER. I think I received very adequate care.
    - Jon H.
  • B
    Jefferson Memorial Hospital
    The emergency area was very clean and organized. I was processed in very quickly. I saw a Dr within 20 mins of arriving. The Dr and staff were very through. Was quickly taken for a CAT scan. I would go to this hospital again.
    - Karen S.
  • C
    City Hospital
    The ER itself is nice, especially the fact that they have private rooms (once you get past the waiting room).  That is very nice for privacy, as well as not being around noise and a lot of other people when you're not well. I'm not sure the medical providers were really paying attention.  They ran some unnecessary tests given my medical history, and I'm sure I paid for that.  Their verbal instructions contradicted the written instructions they gave me as I left.  My situation wasn't life threatening, and I might have been concerned if it had been anything more serious.
    - Melissa J.
  • C
    Jefferson Memorial Hospital
    The operation went well enough, the surgeon Jan Kletter is skilled and able. Attending anesthesiologist and nurses were friendly and well trained. Then the bills came in. As always, the first round of billings were rejected by Medicare and BC/BS. Subsequent billings were more specific and the charges seemed greatly exaggerated. This is SOP for all our treatments at WVUH. They strive to extract the maximum from Medicare and go to great lengths to do so. They also bill the patient for unidentified procedures that Medicare indicates are not to be paid by the patient.
    - Dr Elliot K.
  • D
    City Hospital
    City hospital used to be a small, hands on hospital. They have now become part of a much larger organization. They don't have parking, because they are always building out there. They also don't have any type of valet parking and I had to park at the far side of the lot and use my walker all the way up. I then walked through the hospital to where I was supposed to go and I was told I had to pay first, so I had to turn around with my walker, in pain, and walk all the way back to the billing area. No body seemed care or though about bringing me a wheel chair . After walking all that way, I was about an hour late for my appointment. They seemed more like a business than a care center. Once I finally got to my appointment though, the nurse was very kind and caring.
    - Dorothy D.
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