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08/30/2016
By: Nancy M.
Mercy Regional Medical Center
I wouldn't take a dog to this place. Rude, nasty people. Last time I went there, I left and went to University Hospital in Elyria. Had to comment after their latest mistreatment of the family who had a stillbirth. Shut this place down.
01/08/2015
By: Michelle K.
Mercy Regional Medical Center
The average IQ at Mercy in Lorain is probably a -40!!!! That goes for ALL EMPLOYEES! I wouldn't take my dog here! If I was dying and I was 2 minutes away from Mercy, I'D MAKE SOMEONE DRIVE ME TO CLEVELAND CLINIC MAIN CAMPUS!!!!!!!! I've never witnessed such poor staff in all my life.
02/16/2014
By: Sam I.
Mercy Regional Medical Center
This is not a medical facility that I would ever go to again. Rude employees (Veteran employee, Lori Black for one) that lack the education and integrity of being in the medical profession. I would strongly recommend a more established hospital like the Cleveland Clinic or the University Hospitals.
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