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03/10/2014
By: Patti F.
Gulf Coast Medical Center
I cannot believe all of these negative reviews... I had surgery on the 7th of March and was discharged on the 9th.I have nothing but good and positive feedback on this hospital.. 1) excellent doctors,thank you Dr. Pescitelli for your intelligence and compassion. 2) the nurses on the 4th floor (my room4256) were great everyone of them old ,young,black,white,nothing but professional..... But one nurse really stood out and she should know what an impact she had on my visit and my recovery .CHARMAINE thank you so much for everything,, dont ever change.. when walking down the hall I saw .her interact with other patients and she simply is the Best..... I can't say enough about her -she is an asset to LMHS . the hospital food A+ Cleanliness and sterile procedures followed (and I watched everyone) A+. No complaints hereand thank you for not over medicating me. Keep up the good work...patti f.
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04/14/2015
By: Sarah H.
Gulf Coast Medical Center
Once I made it past the heartless triage and 6 hour wait with a first time gallbladder attack there were Angels of mercy waiting to help me in the back. I only had one twerpy 20 something nurse tell me she wasn't having a party and would get me my pain meds as soon as she could. The others were super sweet and I LOVED the Doctor.
04/21/2014
Gulf Coast Medical Center
My mother was admitted twice for mini-strokes at this facility. The service was outstanding. Everyone was very caring and considerate. This is the place I want to go if anything happens to me. My mother was there for 7 days and then again for another 7 days. Very professional! and caring.
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02/22/2015
By: Fred P.
Lee Memorial Hospital
I WAS here 3 weeks , very professional staff some support leaves much to be desired . the director rehab VP , did all he could to make it tight ; THE therapists were all excellent , all did there did what they were intended to do
10/30/2016
By: Catherine G.
Gulf Coast Medical Center
i had a liver biopsy on 10/10/16 and would highly recommend this facility to anyone i will return for any reason needed and so will my entire family
07/13/2014
By: bobbaron
Dme Shoppe
This is where I got my elevator lift. Courteous and knowledgable staff highly recommend
01/27/2014
By: Mel J.
Dme Shoppe
Best place in southwest Florida to get your wheelchair fixed. Great service, finally.
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