Christ Medical Center in Spring Hill, FL with Reviews - YP.com
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08/04/2017
By: Brad B.
Gulf Coast Medical Center
Been going here for three years and I ask myself everytime I have to visit the office why? Why do I put myself thru this aggravation? Please help with a doctors office that actually touches you and you don't have to wait 1hour or more after your appointment time!!!
04/22/2017
By: Loretta L.
Gulf Coast Medical Center
was lied to about a credit that was due me from my last visit wanted me to pay $100 for a office call for my recent visit but I did not see CHRISTINE M FISHER, ARNP | NURSE PRACTITIONER on my last visit and did not get to see her this visit because they would not give me the credit due even though I had a receipt from them showing a credit. Completely ripped off I would not recommend this business or nurse practitioner to anyone and advise everyone to stay away from them!
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03/15/2016
By: patricia.ogrady.90
All Womens Midwifery & Health Care
Waited 1 1\\2 hours. Paperwork I was told to come in early to fill out took 2 minutes and didn't even ask about my gyno history. Overheard office staff laughing and making fun of another patient that had just left. I walked out. Very unprofessional
01/16/2015
By: bonnie.fotch
Bayfront Health Spring Hill
I was brought to this hospital by ambulance for bacterial pneumonia in both lungs. My oxygen level was in the 70's. While in the emergency room I had a woman wake me up and tell me that I needed to pay her $150.00. She didn't care what condition I was in just wanted money. I was so sick I didn't know where I was let alone in the condition to think about paying this woman. I laid in the emergency room all night. When they finally bought me to a room it was discovered that I had wet the bed. I have no idea how long I laid there in a wet bed. A nurse helped me out of bed and helped me change into a dry gown. I still had the clothes on that I wore to the hospital. Another nurse in the room stated to me that I needed to take a shower because I smelled. As she was saying this to me she was holding her nose closed. I was shocked by her behavior. They changed the sheets and put me back in bed. While this was happening I was connected to oxygen and very weak. No one came in afterwards to give me or ask me if I would like to have a sponge bath. I had wet the bed and was covered with urine and they put me back in a clean bed. I laid there for 8 days and for 8 days no one changed my sheets or bathed me or offered to help me get in the shower. I never had a CNA come into my room and the nurse only came when it was time for my medicine. On the 6th day I did manage to get up and bush my teeth and wash up in the little sink that was in the room. My hair which is down to the middle of my back was disgusting. It was stuck to my head from not being washed. They did bring me a longer hose for the oxygen and told me that if I needed to go to the bathroom I could now make it with the longer hose. I would get to the bathroom ok but then I would get dizzy and would have to sit there a while before I could return to my bed. One night I needed to have the needle in my IV changed out. The nurse had to call someone else to do it. I was in the bathroom when this male nurse opens the bathroom door and tells me to hurry up, he's waiting. I guess I wasn't fast enough because he then opens the door a second time telling me to hurry up. Very RUDE! When you go to this hospital you are basically on your own. I have surgery scheduled next month but it will NOT be at this hospital. I have been making monthly payments for the last year and all of a sudden this month they turn me into a collection agency. And let's not forget the wonderful food. If I had thrown the piece of baked chicken against the wall, it would have put a hole in it. It was a hockey puck! For more reviews on this hospital check out Spring Hill Regional Hospital. It is the same hospital just a different name for it.
01/06/2015
By: Stephanie R.
All Womens Midwifery & Health Care
If you're looking to have serious complications ignored and sent in for an emergency cesarean because they ignored signs of eclampsia for six weeks this is the place for you. This office is full of unprofessional, uncaring, and uneducated women. After being forced into an unwanted cesarean, I was abandoned by Cheryl my midwife and left to process having a preemie baby in the nicu by myself. Apparently if you have any complications they just leave you to the wolves. That is of they can even diagnose them in time. Anyone reading this is better off finding a different ob.
10/03/2013
By: Sarah B.
St Thomas Clinic P
Terrible Doctor!, The doctor only wants to deal with one issue at a time.. No matter how important any other issues are... Had a problem with my gallbladder.. it stopped working completely... when I kept going back to him for over a month He still didn't believe me.. Then when I tried to tell him about chronic headaches he told me to shut up and that he will only handle one problem at a time.. and come to find out I had to have my gallbladder removed and I have a brain tumor!! I just feel bad for his staff.. I wouldn't want to deal with him on a daily basis! It seems like he cares more about the pill poppers than someone who actually has physical problems! Total waste of my time....
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