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By: alison.clemency.7
Virtua Voorhees Hospital
I am giving it a three star rating simply because I enjoyed the space in the room and the food lol. I gave birth here at Virtua in Voorhees back in 2007. The room was nice and spacious, clean and organized. Plus the food was really good. Cons: The service was TERRIBLE! I had gotten attitudes from all the nurses I saw on top of one not knowing basic rules about IV's. The OB's I worked with for this Hospital sucked as well. They didn't bother to take the time and explain things to me and induced me rather than explaining to me that I could go home and wait longer. So over all...I would NOT recommend this hospital to go to when delivering a baby.
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By: Wendy G.
Virtua Voorhees Hospital
By: Deb B.
Advocare The Farm Pediatrics
We have been using this practice for over 10 years. We've never had problem making an appointment for a sick child. Every weekday morning there are doctor's hours from 8 -9 am, I believe, where you get to speak to a doctor and get advice whether your child needs to be seen that day or you could wait to bring them in the next day. I was always able to get an appointment when needed. My daughter has been seen by almost everyone there and they each have their own personality. It's easy to find a few that you connect with. About six months ago she presented with generalized belly pain and we worked with them to figure out what was going on. Blood work was recommended and we were told they would call with results. The next day we received partial results and were told they'd call when the rest were available. Two days later we received a call with the results and were told that my daughter needed to see a specialist. I am very happy with how proactive this practive is; how sensitive to the needs of my daughter and myself; and how caring they are. I recommend the practice without reservation.Also, just so you know, I am on NJ Medicaid and I have never been made to feel "less than." A real treat.~A satisfied mom and her daughter.
By: Nicole M.
Meredith was so rude and dismissive. I was shocked. This is the second time I experienced a cold and dismissive response from a doctor or np. Time to find a new practice!
By: Jackie S.
Barbara Winfield
Dr Winfield listens to her patients and takes how ever much time is needed to help. She is caring and shows true compassion and genuine concern. She treats you as a person, not as a statistic or as cattle. She works with her patients, never rushing them or ignoring their questions. Dr. Winfield is an absolute gem.
By: William B.
Virtua Voorhees Hospital
Wow.....I never thought I'd give this location a 1 Star rating. I checked into the emergency room at 7:20pm. It is now after midnight a I am still waiting to be seen. The staff attitudes towards EVERYTHING is very nonchalant. There's items across the floor left from previous patients and seating is limited. My pain has been persistent and everyone in here is complaining. Do better Virtua. After a couple hours waiting, that becomes RIDICULOUS!!!!
By: Daniel P.
Fantazzio, Michele A, MD
My wife is 3 weeks out of surgery from cancer and the surgeon Fantazzio has unexpectedly refused to treat her pain and discomfort and has given us no notification of it and no options before refusing to continue to treat. My wife just simply trusted and followed all instructions to the letter and now gets to suffer each hour that passes. ALL I Can Do Is Watch AND BE stressed out that a loved one has to suffer for being conned into surgery and not informed she would not be cared for and have to remain in pain.
By: Michael H.
Virtua Voorhees Hospital
leaving this hospital immediately, have been in the emergency room for over an hour waiting to be seen for extreme side pain and a high fever, a urine sample was taken and hour and fifteen minutes after our arrival and we were told we will not beem seen for a while.... this is not the virtua i remember absolute incompetence for health care providers, do yourself a favor and never come here if you have a real emergency.
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By: Tracy P.
Virtua Breast Specialty Care
Was very satisfied with my lumpectomy surgery that was done by Doctor Gillum. She was friendly and kind. I was very comfortable talking with her.
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By: Angel D.
Virtua Voorhees Hospital
One week after I had a c-section at Virtua I started feeling so cold, in 75 degree weather I was bundled up. My fever spiked up to 104, I couldn't lift my arms and could barely walk. At the time I didn't have a breast pump, I breast fed my baby and I physically did not have the strength to feed him. My poor husband didn't know what to do so he rushed me to the ER. He put me in a wheelchair and wheeled me through the door, barely, one hand on the wheelchair one hand holding the baby. He obviously needed help maneuvering the chair as he had his hands full, I was slouched over in the chair in a sleep like state, the baby was crying, and every single person working the in the ER looked at us like we just barged into a church in the middle of a wedding ceremony, they persisted to stare, one woman finishing her cheese fries, then finally my husband burst into tears and yelled "can somebody help?!" It was so upsetting to see the lack of concern from emergency room personnel.
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