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07/11/2013
By: emilie.owenstreadwell
Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett
This was the worst care I have ever recieved! Total waste of time! I have new ins so did not have a dr that could see me immediately. Went to minor med before going to ER. Minor med said they would not be able to give me the care I would possibly need so they sent me to the ER. To air on the side of caution, also called my ins company and they said the same thing. I thought St Francis would be nice because you can make an appt instead of sitting in the waiting room all day. I presented with severe pelvic pain and abdominal and lower back pain. Due to the fact that I have an iud and could have had a pregnancy or any number of things I needed to be seen immediately. The nurses were very nice and attentive (the only reason i gave 2 stars). The NP I saw was horrendous! She was dismissive and downright rude! All she did was poke my pelvis and order a uranalysis for uti and pregnancy. Pregnancy showed negative which i told her it would. I had to basically insist on blood work being done. I told her I recently had a new med change and found interactions between the two meds after starting to have symptoms of being pregnant along with severe pain. She rolled her eyes at me! In the end, after being there for over 5hrs, she said she couldnt find a cause for the pain and i needed to see a dr. She never did a pelvic exam, never asked what medications I took, nothing! Absolutely nothing! Even my husband who was not there initially said she was dismissive and acted as if she just didnt want to deal with me. She gave me a scrip for pain pills and sent me on my way with the diagnosis of PELVIC PAIN!! In short, DO NOT GO TO THIS ER!
05/01/2014
By: aprilelizabethransom
Memphis Children's Clinic PLLC
my 6 year old twins and my 11 month old daughter have been going to the Memphis childrens clinic since they were born. We have had very little issues with the staff or the physicians. My children have always been well taken care of and the nurses are especially caring and gentle with my kids. I understand that most children's clinics are in high demand and scheduling is often difficult. The wait times are what made me rate them a four star instead of a 5 star. Most of the time I am in to see the doctor no more than 30 minutes past my scheduled appointment time, but I have had to wait more than an hour. However, the doctors are willing to answer all my questions & 2 address any concerns that I may have. The only time I've ever had any issues was when I try to do a walk in on a Saturday at the Bartlett location. They prefer that you call ahead of time and make an appointment. They have acute care at the Kirby center location, which does take walk ins. So that would be the location that I would go to from now on for any acute care issues after hours. the Germantown location is located in the Methodist LeBonheur hospital, and is an especially good clinic if you are close to that one.
02/25/2017
By: Angela R.
Methodist North Hospital
I am a caregiver and my client was admitted in methodist north for a few days.i visit my client just a visit and when I arrive my client was almost in tears telling me how she was tryna to get someone to come help her bath.but no-one never came.so I push the call bottom to ask someone to come bath her cause she wanted a bath.they report me to aps with a lot of lies just because she did not want to bath her.will never go there again. Very lazy CNA.they will lie on u..
07/08/2014
By: nefterri
Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett
My husband stay at st francis bartlett, the staff was great, beautiful job.THERE WAS ONLY 2 PROBLEMS HE WENT TO THE ER AT 3A AND DID NOT GET TEST DONE UNTIL ABOUT 9A THE NEXT DAY, PITYFUL!!! AND THIS HOSPITAL HAS CAMERAS IN THE ROOMS WHICH VIOLATED MY HUSBANDS RIGHT TO HIS PRIVACY, ALSO HIS DIGNITY,ITS LIKE THE HIPPA LAW DOESNT APPLY TO THIS HOSPITAL.
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07/21/2016
By: Sherra W.
Methodist South Hospital
5 hours plus is too long to have to wait to be seen with just EMT's taking vitals every 2 hours to keep you quite. I have never had this experience before here, but when you are in pain, every minute counts. RN who wish she could just be treated and go home!!!!!!!
12/19/2014
By: robert.dean.1272
Schwartzberg Lee S Md
"a doctor's doctor"! cancer is scary people! more scary than aids or ebola put together! this may seem strange. but, cancer is a lot more complicated. it takes brains and courage to be an oncologist. i like dr. schwartzberg the minute i saw him. fine human being!
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11/10/2015
By: Cheryl S.
The Med
I have heard how great the trauma center was but when sent to the floor was a nightmare. We were flown there. After ER we went to orthopedic floor. Omg the best care ever received! Leigh, Ryan and Caitlyn u r the best!
05/29/2013
By: jameshandles
Natural Chiropractic
Felt so much better after leaving Dr Adam's office. He does not pressure you like other doctors do to keep coming back and I like that about him. I will return next week for another adjustment. Great place
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07/20/2017
By: Kearya R.
St Francis Hospital Bartlett
Very fast pace, they care about the patients very understanding give the best care best advice on care what they're going to be treating you for.
01/03/2013
By: sdenato
St Francis Hospital Bartlett
Emergency room staff helped me as soon as i got there, thank God! I was in so much pain . I received excellent care.
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