St Elizabeth in Youngstown, OH with Reviews - YP.com

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06/03/2016
By: Diana B.
St Elizabeth Health Center
My son was sent here with a pulmonary embolism and he has received top notch treatment! The nurses are in here constantly, checking in on him and are always around when you need anything! Plus, this place is CLEAN! Very nicely kept, garbage is always emptied, his bed is always changed and the food tray is picked up quickly. Well done Mercy Health Downtown!
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08/18/2015
By: Victoria B.
St. Elizabeth Boardman Health Center
I drove myself to the ER at 3am with excruciating abdominal pain. From the time I checked in, to the time I was discharged, after ultimately having an appendectomy, my care was impeccable. I can't say enough good things about this facility and would never go anywhere else. They were spot on with professionalism and kindness in every area.
01/21/2017
By: Gracie J.
Greenbriar Healthcare Center
Was there for 18 days and found it to be a wonderful experience. Great staff. Will recommend this facility to anyone who needs rehab, I could not be more pleased!
07/22/2017
By: Linda F.
Greenbriar Healthcare Center
I adored the workers. I could not ask for a finer group of people to take care of me. Nice,nice, nice. I still go back and visit everyone. They are my friends.
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02/21/2016
By: Stella E.
Greenbriar Healthcare Center
Great therapy and nurses. Friendly staff. Made me feel welcome.Was there after surgery and was able to go home.
09/28/2015
By: Margie V.
St Elizabeth Health Center
They have excellent employees who take care of their patients. They are well advanced in technology
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