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07/13/2017
By: Joe H.
Firsthealth Moore Regional-Hoke Campus
I wouldn't go here again if I was bleeding out of every orifice. The doctor/PA makes you feel like you are bothering him. I went there after waking up feeling over heated and had the feeling of pins and needles across my upper body. My heart rate dropped dramatically and I almost passed out. This was at 2 am. I went to the ER and the PA decided I was having a panic attack. He left the room and the monitor I was hooked up started going off with a bradychardia alert and I almost passed out again. It took them 10 minutes to get into the room at which point he acted like I was bothering him again and said he saw nothing on the history of the monitor. He gave me a xanax prescription and sent me on my way which I didn't fill right away because I had a cardiology appt coming up and didn't want any more drugs in my system. A little over a month later I tried to fill the prescription in hopes it would help me sleep since I was really anxious over my health issues, and they refused to fill it. Not only were these people the rudest most unprofessional medical providers I have ever seen, but they won't even fill your prescriptions.
07/03/2016
By: Nivea B.
Firsthealth Moore Regional-Hoke Campus
The doctor mr.keys is very arrogant and smart mouth. He act like he didnt care. I do not recommend this place to anyone. All everyone did was sit around and talk no working involved at all. The only person I saw doing any type of work was the janitor.
12/30/2015
By: Dynise L.
Firsthealth Moore Regional-Hoke Campus
This was absolutely the worst hospital experience I have ever endured, I went to the emergency room for severe hip pain and the doctor never examined me, I was placed in a room , no sheet or blanket to cover myself , I was in so much pain, I could barely walk , the Doctor took a urine and a blood sample and then discharged me and said I had arthritis, mind you he never did a xray or exam. Please consider going to Cape Fear at Hoke it is only 5 mins away and they actually care about their patients
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02/26/2015
By: Yvonne M.
Firsthealth Moore Regional-Hoke Campus
Hear very good things about it.. Not affiliated with Cape Fear,
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