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By: Elaine D.
Union Hospital
The staff is so awesome at Union Hospital, I don't have a single complaint. They did their best to comfort me and went beyond my expectations.
By: Jacob R.
Union Hospital
I just wanted to express my sincere gratitude and let you all know what amazing employees you have at this hospital.
By: John S.
Grove Home Medical Inc
Our family was very disappointed in Grove Home Medical. The Assisted Living facility where our mom resides contacted Grove for a wheelchair for her to use. We have been dealing with the issue of the wheelchair for about four months now. The wheelchair had faulty brakes from the moment the chair was delivered. They were "fixed" numerous times by the facility, family members and supposedly by Mr. Grove. He was made aware numerous times that there was a problem with the brakes! After having the wheelchair at Grove for about 6 weeks waiting on a tire to be repaired , the wheelchair was brought back to mom . Well, within 24 hours, the brakes came loose causing our mom to fall as she was transferring to the chair. There is even more to this review such as the wheelchair he brought for her to use while fixing the first one was way too small for her. He was just bringing anything he could find.When you have an elderly patient who is not very mobile the wheelchair needs to be safe!!!
By: Blake C.
Union Hospital
At Union Hospital I felt reassured that the staff had our best interest. It was an overall wonderful experience especially with how unexpected our situation was.
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By: Victor B.
Union Hospital
The staff at Union Hospital is always courteous and makes you feel at ease. They are professional people.
By: Alex S.
Union Hospital
I was very impressed with our care in the ER at Union Hospital in Dover, Ohio. As soon as we walked in, they took us right back and started to assess him.
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By: Randy C.
Union Hospital
The staff at Union Hospital is amazing. Everyone from the nurses to the doctors to the assistants. I'm very grateful for you all.
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By: Justin F.
Union Hospital
This has been a great experience with Union Hospital. The staff is beyond friendly, helpful and informative.
By: Amie B.
Union Hospital
The staff at Union Hospital were very understanding. I felt very comfortable when I stayed there when I was sick.
By: Pat H.
Union Hospital
Never have I received better care or compassion from a hospital. I will never choose another hospital for myself or my family. Thank you!
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