Biloxi Regional Hospital in Biloxi, MS with Reviews - YP.com
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05/07/2014
By: Kevin F.
Biloxi Regional Hospital
This place is a joke. Took my wife to ER with lvl 9 back pain. They took blood pressure, pulse, then saw a nurse, NOT a doctor, who asked her to turn her neck each way and touched her shoulder and decided she "had a muscle there." 90 seconds with a nurse cost $850. If you do the math, that's $34,000 per hour for a nurse. What a bunch of CRIMINALS!!!!!! (PS Why can't I give ZERO stars)
09/16/2013
By: chrysti.daonguyen
Biloxi Regional Hospital
This hospital is the worst hospital you could ever go to. You will never get prompt service from either a nurse or a tech. When you press the buzzer, the idiots at the counter don't pick up until 4 minutes later and they don't send anyone into the room until an hour passes. We had to call for someone 100 times and that is ridiculous. A patient could have had a serious problem and could have even had a seizure or died and there would not be any nurse coming in on time. The beds are very uncomfortable because the mattress is so thin, you literally have no cusion whatsoever. The cups that they supply for you are nothing but cheap styrofoam water pitchers. The same pitchers that were here from the last time I was here which was 17 years ago. That's ridiculous. They also don't know what it means when you tell them a million times that you are a diabetic and you cannot have sugars because they sent me nothing but sodas and sweet teas! Best advice, go to ocean springs hospital for better service. Or at least know what you need or don't need because apparently the people here don't know anything. Good luck!
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