Before you go to Baptist Health Medical Center, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this North Little Rock emergency room think.
Zabriana Hollimon⭐️⭐️My nurse Edie was AMAZING so sweet and kind , My ER doctor David Swindle was the least concerned about the condition I was in and kept telling me to go see my PCP because ” I have a PCP and situations like this just take up space in the ER”. He goes on to say “I’m not trying to be rude”. Also he asked me why I was there I gave him 3 reasons but he only accepted 1.Scott BallWorst food service in the world. No matter how good the healthcare might be, the God awful food will make you sick. Why they changed from the wonderful service they had I don’t know, but I will choose another hospital when needed just to avoid their food!Alexandria PachecoHorrible unprofessional experience, the staff at the front desk felt the need to loudly discuss how bad they needed a beer with a ER full of people,J T4 hours to get back, room was dirty, bed wasn’t even ready, flat, meth heads all over the front entrance and the security is not helpful when one came in and caused a scene with the nurse staff. They need more nurses, more rooms, more compassion.Meredith Bridges⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedDr. Carter saved my life when I had secondary PPH. My emergency room visit was very scary but she brought me back super fast and the whole team was calm and supportive. Although I never want to go through this again, I would want Dr. Carter and her team without a doubt and I would never hesitate to send anyone to the NLR Baptist emergency room. Thank you all so much! I have never been so happy to be alive and well and now one month out I feel almost fully recovered and am able to take care of my family!AutomatismThe place is very unclean they really need to update their emergency room really long wait times they have to free up rooms really small Emergency room if you really need help go somewhere else Vl StopTrying⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had a good day hereSwayWhites are seen before blacks. They say it has nothing to do with race but when you sit there 6 hours+ and watch and listen to a black girl have a miscarriage and whites go to the back for room you feel some type of way! They wouldn’t even give her towels while she was bleeding everywhere. I had to get paper towels from rr, then they helped her. Evidence and facts are nothing compared to hear say! They need to be shut down or restaffed with more caring doctors and nurses. Then to make matters worse, the check in people and triage nurse laughed at my husband’s pain when we decided to leave after waiting for so long. Just sad! I could say more but y’all get the point.cristina GonzalezWORST PLACE IVE EVER BEEN!!!! I called my doctor to explain what was going on and he told me to head to baptist. Waiting 3 hours. Waited in the waiting room with my stomach burning and my back completely killing me. Finally after 3 hours i was sent back. I explained to the doctor what was going on and what my doctor told me to do. His response “so what are you doing in the ER” I OBVIOUSLY ALREADY TOLD YOU!!!! Waiting another good 45min to see if I would have a CAT scan or something done to see what is causing me so much pain but nope only to be told They were Prescribing Me some medicine and discharging me. Ignored everything I said. What kind of place is this. As I was also sitting in my room with the door open. A doctor and a nurse pass by talking terrible about a patient. Saying “we literally just saw her. She’s probably BSing” I mean are you serious!!!!! The staff is also not caring. On there phones 24/7. ST Vincent does better then this!!Crystal BurtonI’m not sure where the lack of communication has fallen but I was more than displeased when I saw nurses and front staff on their cells phones while they forgot to bring me back to see my husband… they also did not diagnose him with anything but the symptoms he came in with. He was wheeled back to have a ct scan after telling one the staff members his name when asked and then was told while he was on the machine that they had the wrong patient. When I asked the discharge nurse what to do if my husband had the same problems or if his problem was “x” diagnosis she couldn’t answer the question but they released him anyways. I truly hope y’all put together a better trained staff or I’m almost positive you’ll have a few lawsuits on your hands…Jasmine HowertonHospital? What hospital? You will find the slaughterhouse down the road has more compassion than the people here.ruth trowbridge⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I had very good service. They did as much as they could on the weekend.aswan porterI’ve been waiting for over 4 hours and I have still not been seen. I’m having chest pains and tightness in my chest and they don’t care at all. I could kill over in the waiting room and still there will be no action by the staff.jericho wadkinsThis is probably the worst hospital to go to took my uncle who is a stage 4 lung cancer patient here because his doctors recommended it. Since they were close to here. He was having trouble breathing and it was hurting him to breathe it’s been over two hours and still waiting this place suck and the employees were all playing on their phones and goofing off the admin lady told him to sign his name on the pad and slapped his hand away after he started signing this place is awful and the employees are worse.Maggie Bush⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy mother was recently hospitalized at Baptist Health Springhill and she had about a 10% function of her kidneys. Since she was 86 years old, there was very little chance of survival. The doctors, nurses, and assistants in the CCU and in the comfort care unit of this hospital are the kindest, most compasionate and loving people I’ve ever met. The morning my mother passed away, every nurse on the floor immediately came into the room with me. The love and respect that was shown to me and my family far exceeded anything I had ever expected. I thank them all from the bottom of my heart.Sarah Brown⭐️⭐️I took my 86-year old friend, for whom I am the caregiver to the ER via a 911 call. During the hour and a half that I was kept waiting in the ER after he had been settled into a room, I saw the two security guards man-handled an elderly gentleman out the doot. The man was obviously suffering from dementia or alzheimer;s and was simply asking the staff to contact someone for him so that he could go home. He was not ugly, loud, or violent. He simply repeated himself over and over. A rude nurse at the desk called security saying that he was getting loud, when, in fact, he was not. The two guards showed up and twisted his arm and pushed him out the door, I followed to watch to let them know that I was noting what they were doing so that they did not hurt him. This was only the beginning of my experience with this facility. I was eventually allowed to go back to my friends room. We gave them my name and number as the emergency contact, explained that I was his caregiver, that he lives in my house, got pass code etc. For the next three days, I tried to get information and received nothing but rudeness and abuse. I went over peoples heads to administration and got more of the same. I had people tell me that they could not give me information, that as long as my friend could communicate with them, they would not tell me anything and I was even hung up on. Finally, when I went in to confront them and the problem, I figured out that in the ER, they had failed to put down my information and instead pulled up a six year old record from when he had been admitted before when I was out of town, So, instead of me as the contact, they had a neighbor from down the street on the record. Otherwise, I had a nurse chew me out over her confusion saying that it was my fault because I had asked for her. I told her that her name was given to me as my friends nurse and that was the probem. She, Ann, told me that I was taking it out on her, I told her that I was trying to point out another communication problem in the hospital as I had been told that she was the nurse by another nurse, She kept saying I was talking it out on her. Taking what out, I said, I am trying to tell you of a problem that you have here with communication that you need to correct. She was determined to have the last word and stormed out the door leaving the door open. She them hovered at the door as is she wanted to pick a fight. When I thought she was gone. I told my friend that she was a beeeaatch. Well, she heard because she had the door open and was skulking around the door. So, she gets the head nurse who is then .likewise going to tell me what is what and have the last word. This is what these people are all about and all they are concerned with: playing their game and making you bend over to play it under their rules. It is not about the patient or those of us who are responsible for them. They are rude, ignorant, stupid, defensive, incompetent, and hostile. They brought my friend a full plate of food on the morning that he was to have surgery. Then they tried to sweep it under the rug by saying that they had caught it in time. In fact , they did not. They think they should get inappropriate amount of respect while giving none. They think the they are omnipotent when they are not. They think they can jerk you around and that you will let them because you are the one who is stressed, ill, or dying. What cowards!Rasheedah BeyStaff lacking compassion, call light ignored and it’s worse on the weekend. Required and requested medicinal delays appear to be commonplace. Cheryl & ZIt shouldn’t take 5 hours to see a sick baby with a fever of 103. I will never bring my baby back hereCarla Hall⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAt the hospital for my ear will call you all soon to iam okK PWould never recommend this hospital to no one waited 5 1/2 hours in the lobby an they was very rude so I left now when the last took my blood she blew my vain an now I have a big blood clot in my armDensi Blye-Deeks⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy Brothers kidney’s were going out they saved his life and they were very kind and Compasionate
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Baptist Health Medical Center Emergency Room in North Little Rock.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of North Little Rock?
Yes, of course. The Baptist Health Medical Center is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Baptist Health Medical Center is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Baptist Health Medical Center in North Little Rock
The full address is 3333 Springhill Dr, North Little Rock, AR 72117, United States.
◼️ What’s Baptist Health Medical Center phone number?
The phone number of Baptist Health Medical Center is +1 501-202-6800. You can click here to call now from your phone.
◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?
If you use a GPS coordinate system to get to the emergency room, you must enter the following; a latitude of 34.7839608 and a longitude of -92.2227322.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Baptist Health Medical Center?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Baptist Health Medical Center may vary depending on the type of emergency you have and also the type of insurance you are with. Feel free to ask or call the center before you go.
◼️ How long should you wait in an emergency room?
The waiting time will always depend on the type of emergency at that very moment. You can contact the medical center before to ensure that you can be attended to as quickly as possible.
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