Iu Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana with Reviews - YP.com

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By: mr.penn
Community Hospital South
The nurses on 3 East rocked. The staff was nice and the food awesome. My only complaint would be this hospital has a lot of attending Nurse Prac, and though she tried. If a patient is an Infectious Disease Patient I would think more than a Nurse Prac would be attending?!
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By: R'leta W.
Community Westview Hospital
Could not get my primary care doc to help me after 4 visits even being 1 handed and westview docs made them help me finally. Thank God for Westview I could not even use my 1 hand
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By: Doreatha B.
Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana
Im trying to find the location of this hospital,never been before please send the direction to this place please.
By: jeremy.thurman.758
IU Health Methodist Hospital
they supply very good support... Unlike other places that treat you like a number on the stats ... Thank you
By: Nick K.
Community Hospital South
Makes sure you're comfortable, and listens and cares for your concerns
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