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By: Maland D.
Riverview Regional Medical Center
I have 2 blood clots in lungs so they say I could be dying before they knew anything some of the lead was off so machine turned off never seen anyone not getting any meds to help with clots no blood thinner are my regular meds thinking about leaving and go to gadsden regional so worried about me getting up walking around that when me and wife got up and walked around I got in trouble for walking Doctor told me to walk get in bed as u my see still in they stayed on me about taking a shower so they change sheets on bed so I did and told them and never changed sheets I have to say two good things finely the day nurse super nice and security guard was just now super nice about going down a floor to get Mt dew this floor has none still giving one star new nurse stole pain pills to today my pill do not come in that color I looked them up Melissa the assistance nurse gave pills I always thought head nurse was minanda walked out
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By: Joe J.
Riverview Regional Medical Center
ER DR. Refused treatment(didn't even look at me) when I had a card to explain exactly what they needed to do. I had to go to another Hospital for treatment. DON'T GO THERE!!! Still Billed ME and BC/BS.
By: Derek O.
Riverview Regional Medical Center
Best Hospital in Alabama. Although INCOMPETENCE is rampant in today's society, you'll find LESS of it HERE!
By: baugh.cindy
Riverview Regional Medical Center
I would never use this hospital. The nurse who took care of me actually eavesdropped on my conversations and didn't deny it when I confronted her. Everyone there was judgmental of me and the reason I was there, even the staff doctor. I hated every minute and I finally left against medical advice. I just can't ever recommend anybody going there if they have the opportunity to choose another facility.
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