Cone Health The Moses H Cone Memorial Hospital Reviews
Before you go to Cone Health The Moses H Cone Memorial Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Greensboro emergency room think.
Stephanie Masullo⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedDr. Shawn Joy and his team were excellent at ensuring that a scary unexpected ER visit was as manageable as possible. Dr. Joy & his awesome team were great at communicating my symptoms, explaining what tests needed to be done & why. This staff was detailed in addressing what was happening to me, caring, patient and professional. In the past, I have had horrible experiences with doctors that overlooked important information. Dr. Joy & his dedicated team were elite in their process, especially given the pace of the ER. More doctors need to be like this.Paula KimberIf at all possible to give no stars I would. My elderly mother was bought in my ambulance and after waiting in a room for several hours we were asked to wait in the hallway. My mother was put in the hallway to the right of the ambulance bay and given one blanket. Let me mention that she has Pneumonia. Only after I asked the doctor what we were waiting for was I told that her doctor had not provided next steps. I overheard the dr that was treating my mother in the hallway laugh with a nurse that she had given room 20, room 21 test results. To top off everything the same doctor comes to my mother in the hallway and gives her the results of her CT scan for everyone in the hallway to hear. DO NOT go to Moses Cone, they don’t protect the patients rights and privacy is a joke.Kathy Marley⭐️⭐️I was admitted recently to have shoulder replacement surgery. All involved in the surgery were great, no complaints! However, most of the floor staff were obviously in the wrong profession! I understand that they are busy, but a kind word goes a long way. Wrong medication or incorrect dosages were given to me and when I questioned this they told me that’s what my chart said. I took the ones I knew were right and trashed the others. I was in a sling on my dominant arm so had very little usage. Meal trays were brought in, but not once was I asked if I needed help. Seemed like a no brainer to me. One kind lady did fix my coffee for me and I was very grateful for that. I also had a kind nurse (?) who told me I looked uncomfortable and straightened my bed for me. I has so happy to leave, but upon arrival home, noticed I still had the IV needle in my arm. No way was I going back to have it removed! My firefighter husband took care of it. Most of these workers do not have helping people in their hearts! This is a very important asset when working in healthcare.S TMoses Cone Emergency Room is the absolute worst hospital on the planet. They don’t even deserve a single star. How are you going to have people waiting in your lobby for 10+ hours and have staff check patients vital signs three or more times???? Sad… Having patients leave still in or worst than how they came. Wow awesome way to actually show people that they are important… Thank youSteven Bateman⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy elderly mother had surgery at this hospital and I found the entire staff…anesthesiologist, nurses, and Dr’s all to be the best I have experienced anywhere! I was assured by the anesthesiologist when they were taking my mother back for her surgery that he was gonna take care of her…the look in his eyes was genuine and sincere and I knew that everything was gonna be fine and had a true sense of relaxation as if I felt a family member was performing the procedure! Only thing that I could even possibly complain about was my mother’s food would be cold when it arrived to her room…but come on, we weren’t there to be hospital food critics anyway…we were there so my mother could get the best possible care she could receive! My expectations were exceeded by the whole process, and I am extremely difficult to please! Hands down best hospital and staff I have ever experienced…period!Foxxi MahTonight I Called to inquire about a patient. A woman by the name of Alex answers the phone. I give her the name and she proceeds to search, and did not find the patient. Before I could ask a follow up question I was hung up on. I called back and Alex answers the phone again, giggling and pretends she has no idea of the conversation that we just had (maybe 10 seconds apart). Smh you can put the scrubs on, but that don’t make you trustworthy. That action says a lot about how this facility is ran.Amanda Baysden⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe Surgery department is awesome! My sister needed emergency surgery, and the RN’s there and all the CNA’s were so helpful and careful with her! They are very professional and explained everything they were doing. There was one African American RN that was the absolute best! If I could remember his name, I would share his name, but unfortunately I can’t remember, but if you want excellent help with top notch skills and bedside manner, Moses Cone’s surgery department is the place to go! Thank you to all of her nurses and doctors that took great care of her, especially that one RN! He was absolutely the best nurse I have ever experienced.Thelma Mcphaul⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️My 1st hospital stay there since 41 years ago almost to the day! The only thing that dropped a star was the 6 hr ER wait. Nevertheless.client services was gracious and the staff on 3East all get 5 stars!!! Love them all. Stay encouraged you’re doing a great job. God bless Angie Sink⭐️⭐️I recently visited Moses Cone Hospital with a friend who had a bad experience. First it took 3 transfers before the permanent room was available. Secondly, once you leave the emergency room; they let student nurses do the IV sticking which by the way was a bad idea; there were problems securing the IV. As a result my friend has a blown vein in one arm. Third, some of the 3rd shift staff do not care to check on the patients at all. Pros there are some pretty good doctors and nurses, who work there and do an excellent job.Don BrownThey have a doctor in their emergency room that is a killer!! Our family was in the emergency room twice this year. Once with my Stepdad and once with my Sister. We had the same doctor both times. Our Stepdad was in there with heart failure which he had been suffering for a while so he did not have much longer to live anyway, but this doctor came in and asked if we were ready for her to disconnect his life support. Every one of us said NO! She informed us that she thought it would be best if we did and proceeded to do it without our permission! This doctor also did all of these procedures with a DNA order in place!! My sister was there 2 weeks ago for cardiac arrest. instead of putting her on a defibrillator, she had them doing CPR, off and on for 3 hours. She even admitted how much damage it was doing , and had done! After the problems I had at Wesley Long, when I stayed there as a patient, and after seeing their protocols and how they treat people at the Moses Cone emergency room, I would very highly recommend staying far a way from anything to do with the Cone “System”. Just the fact that they have anything to do with Advanced Home Care, says a lot about them. DO NOT REPLY TO THIS REVIEW, TELLING ME THAT YOU WANT ME TO CALL SOME NUMBER TO TELL YOU ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE OR CONCERNS, OR TO GIVE ME YOUR RENDITION OF WHAT HAPPENED OR SHOULD HAVE HAPPENED!!Jason C⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI couldn’t express in words how much care I was given by this hospital over the past couple of days! I have been two a couple other hospitals but this one has yet been my best experience yet under the circumstances of having been diagnosed with appendicitis. Although the parking was a little confusing, I was promptly and politely seen by the receptionist who kindly requested me to be wheeled over to the Emergency wing of the hospital. I was serviced by a very kind elderly man who wheeled me over there, I know I never would had made that far with my fatigued and blurry vision I was beginning to have. Once received by the Emergency wing, I was promptly entered and admitted in, for the Emergency Room I would have to say I was moved I to diagnosis fairly quickly, within about an hour or so!! After I was seen by Jeff and Taylor, who both were very kind and professional they helped me to through diagnosis and determined I needed a CT scan for further determination of appendicitis. After waiting maybe another couple hours l, I was then seen by the kind staff in the CT Scan room. They were all very informative of my care and made me feel like a person, not a number. They were all very assuring that they would get me seen to and fully determine what was going on with me. After around half an hour after the CT scan, Jeff had returned back with the scan results and informed me my appendix was notably swollen but not yet had burst. He informed me of what option there may had been for it but strongly recommend I go to surgery that day to get it taken out. I was then promptly taken into surgery within the very next hour! Dr. Kelly and Dr. Thompson were my surgeons who took their time to come talk to me and Inform me of the procedure. I was also visited by the OR staff and they introduced themselves and asked me if I had any further questions as well, they had all done on a top-notch job going above and beyond my expectations treating me like a soul and not a number on their roster! The anesthesiologist had also visited me and was very kind and funny, he got some prior experience I had once with being anesthetized and he assured me he would have me taken care of accordingly. The procedure was done rather quickly and they done an awesome job bringing me back out of unconsciousness in the recovery room. It seemed they brought me back up slowly which greatly eased my anxiety after the surgery. The staff there were very friendly and offered me ice which was very well welcome since I came out with a lot of thirst and a sore throat from the intubation tube. I was then received by my wife and other friendly staff who patiently assisted into my room where I was seen by Regina, Joyce, my surgeon assistant Dr. Kelly again, and a few kind others who unfortunately their names escaped me although every single one treated with respect and kindness! My entire experience was a very pleasant one there! Moses H Cone was recommended by my wife’s coworker, Mrs Brown, and I never regretted my decision yet!! Thanks to all the friendly and professional staff at Moses H Cone to help avoid a potential life threatening situation so promptly! Your works will not be forgotten on my behalf! God Bless you all! Samantha JonesThey just hire anybody..smh. dont deserves a star and Wesley long isn’t know betterMarah Ashley⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedIf this hospital could receive more stars than 5 they would get it! I had Chiari Decompression surgery (considered brain surgery) 2 weeks ago.If anyone knows anything about Chiari,its a tough journey to face especially getting the answers that I needed because it is a rare disorder (some people have went years looking for answers and a good team to help them) Thankfully I have a great surgeon and this hospital made my journey so much easier! Every single person that crossed my path for 3 days..from the time I went in the doors until the time I left went ABOVE AND BEYOND anything I could’ve possibly expected! They made me and my husband comfortable the entire time.I cant name just one they were all so humble.My anesthesia team made me feel very comfortable and took all the original worries I had going in away..they treated me more like family and were just very trustworthy. Im not sure the girls names directly after my surgery before I went into my room but they were Angels! Heather, Sam,Amber,Tamara & Savannah were AMAZING!-So professional and kind..their bedside manners were so respectful.The only issue I had was I unfortunately couldn’t take the pain meds I was given right after the surgery, they were QUICK to fix that calling my dr having it fixed on the chart prior to the next dosage being due.Even up until the last moment,valet was courteous and quick to get our vehicle to us.I could just go on about the kindness,cleanliness and comfort of this place.I plan to send “Thank you” cards very soon.Every hospital should use this one as an example! So happy that I chose Cone Health!Very impressed Pam KivettEr nurses great but when they need your room you are moved to the land of the forgotten. Been in new room for 45 minutes and no one has come in to check on us nor have they come in because his breathing level is at ????Be You-tifulWent to the er baby has broken collar bone. Arrived at 8pm left by 130am. My baby was restless and I was running out of Pampers and wipes. Had to wake up at 430 am for work. One of the worst nights of my life.Edwin AndersonMy wife’s here on 5th floor west the care is good to this point my problem is when you’re waiting on doctors to make there way to the rooms so you can be informed then go to the NEW cafeteria and can’t get a decent meal because it closes at 2pm til 5pm what a waste of money building this like it’s convenient for everyone to eat on there schedule nurses were upset while I was there administering might want to rethink this bonehead decisionLaShawnda MinorTheir wait is ALWAYS ridiculous and no matter what your condition is they are going to make you wait for at least 2 hours. They don’t consider anything a true emergency. THEY SHOULD BE ASHAMED TO CALL THEMSELVES A ER.lotus.flower Cheatwood⭐️⭐️I am new to the Greensboro area and I was not pleased at all with Moses cone. There was a couple of Pros, like checking me in getting my blood pressure done and blood work and urine sample. However after that they told me to go sit in the waiting room while a room become available mind you, I wasn’t feeling the greatest at all. I had my son with me. 2 hours and 30 minutes go by and no call for me. I kindly got up and asked the front how much longer until they call me. And the lady said We are on a 5 to 6 hour wait. I was sooo bothered. I couldn’t believe it. Most hospitals is at least a 30min wait and the max 3 hours but 5 to 6 hour wait. I’m from VA and the hospitals there like st Mary’s, Roanoke memorial Lewis gale and etc do not have you waiting. I was hoping for a better experience being new to the area. I will try and seek other hospitals.A. PenetraOn May 3,2019, I called the phone number on the statement for payment arrangement. Representative Scott answered my call and I proceeded to explain to him the reason for my call. Explained that I would like to be put into a payment arrangement plan. He gave me one option 6 months interest free for a rough estimate of $203.00 monthly. I paused and expressed my feelings towards the option. I expressed my feeling and also asked Scott if he thought that was right, because an extra $203.00 monthly seems extremely high. Well that’s when the conversation took a dark turn, the rep. then said (in the remark) if I knew I didn’t have the money to pay the hospital, then why did I go in? I replied and asked Scott what was I supposed to do then, stay home in pain??!! If I’m not mistaken, I then asked Scott if the calls are recorded? He said yes, they are. I replied GOOD because I want your manager to listen to this conversation. I then asked to be transferred to his MOD or a different representative and he said “NO”. It went back & forth for a good minute, me questing to be transferred to someone else Scott kept replying “no I will not do that” “no”!! the call took a darker turn and that’s when I felt threatened and Scott said “ I’m sending your account to collections as off today (5/3/19)!! I’m pretty sure that’s when I hung up and made a second call and spoke with a different rep Michelle. I proceeded to explain to Michelle and started to explain to me that $20.00 a month is not acceptable and they are procedures or protocol (one of the 2) by the Hospital. I stopped her and apologized to her and told her I am not in a state of mind to sit here and listen to this after I was just disrespected and threatened by Scott. She stated that the team leader Marie is not in, but she can transfer me to her voice mail. I left a voice mail and till this day team leader Marie has not called me back. I immediately googled the number to make a complaint, left a voice mail. A representative called me back and I gave her the whole story and time line so they can go back and listen to the phone call. Per the representative Mrs. S (did not get the spelling) was going to bring this to the Directors and have them return my call today (5/3/19) because no one should be treated that way. We are now on 5/6/19 and no one has called me back. I called the Cone Health Hospital experience number and left a message on the general voice mail, wanting a follow up call in ref to my experience with their employee. I also have concerns in reference to my account and what any disgruntled employee’s might do with my personal information. I have already made a complaint to the Better Business Bureau, of NC. I’m completely disgusted in the way I was treated!! I’m not looking to get Scott fired, but feel that Scott should be retrained on his customer service skills. 5/7/19 I have not received any call from anyone, so I’m guessing this is the norm, truly sad!Talb MommyThis evening (10-10-19) I entered the ER with my daughter who was having severe abdominal pain. I asked several times how long it would be before she was seen and the triage nurse always said, “There were no rooms available”. “We had two traumas”. So all nurses and ALL doctors were needed for two traumas in the entire hospital. I asked if she could be seen on the adult side and I was assured it shouldn’t be much longer. There were several patients (infants and toddlers) that left because the wait was so long. We even saw shift changes…..I would not recommend Moses Cone ER pediatrics. For pediatrics go to Brenners in Winston-Salem.GS Auto⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI am typing this with no pants on just a black bowtie and black socks. This is a great place to find bargains on receipt paper rolls and under socks.dianne holder⭐️⭐️It was Great visiting my enlaw after surgery. But when patient discharge time came…. I was told to pick up at entrance. I called alerting floor staff I was in loading zone… They said he’s on his way now. 35 minutes sitting in hot car , no ac to run-. I called again. Then they brought him down. That was perfect example of poor staff communication! Doctors may be awesome , brilliant. But staff working with patient family…. Poor grade, for sure.Debi Curl⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER Recommendedbelow score is due to the emergency room department overuse under staff and that’s not fair to the inpatient care that you do receive at Moses Cone hospital. I just had a total hip replacement and if it wasn’t for my nurses Marissa and Chris working together as a team with the common goal my stake would have been so much worse. These ladies were phenomenal they got me to understand my pain management. We discuss the medications and advise that Rome was not built in a day and that really helped me understand my frustration. I was always having some say on my care which made my stay pleasant. Now, let’s talk about the nurse text we have Laverne we have Heather we have Theresa Allison Nikki these ladies are the champions behind the scenes with the nurses. Big shout out to the nurse text when you’re shorthanded and you have a lot going on state came in this room helped me do what I had to do always with a smile always with positive encouragement. These are the things that need to be up front when it comes to the reviews. I personally think there should be an emergency room review and a hospital review. I read the reviews and thought wow I was going to have the worst care because of all the emergency room, but I had the best care and these ladies are just not getting the credit. I feel bad that there is so many negative reviews with the emergency room department one day they will fix it.MsJakalopeWorst experience ever in the ER tonight. I was treated so badly by the nurses. Zero compassion. Zero empathy. Nurses were hostile. I ended up leaving because of they were so awful to me. I’m gonna tell everyone I know they should never go there. That staff should feel ashamed of themselves.i wish I could give negative stars. I was in so much pain that I couldn’t even walk. I had an incredibly painful UTI. When I asked the nurse if I could get something for pain her whole vibe towards me changed. When I told her I didn’t know if I could even get myself on the toilet she never offered help but made me feel like I was drug seeking. One nurse raised her voice at me. I could go on and on. I could hear them talking about me. One nurse was actually mocking me. They were some of the most hateful women I’ve ever come across. They were condescending and belittling. It’s like they don’t see us as people. I was in tears from the amount of pain I was in and they were so ugly to me. One nurse in particular was actually hostile and said something smart about me in front of everyone.Kim H.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI was scheduled by my cardiology office for a “routine” cardiac CT. Despite having worked at Moses Cone Hospital years ago, I was amazed by the growth! I arrived at the main entrance, was treated to valet parking, and greeted by several people inside who told me where to find radiology. When I became confused about where I was, another woman was positioned near the elevator to guide me. Once in radiology, I was checked-in quickly, and waited no more than two-minutes for nurses to calm me back. My nurse was a lovely young woman (Shauna?): She was kind, gentle, and explained each step of the prep and procedural process. Once in the CT room, another pleasant staff person talked me through the actual scan, administration of contrast dye, etc. The entire experience was smooth, efficient, even pleasant, and well-explained. I’m very impressed with the management of the Cone Health radiology department and it’s staff! Even the valet parking staff were excellent.Chelsea LarkinFirstly the two over worked nurses in triage were great under their conditions. Secondly, what happened to the 2 hr in and out wonderful experience? A child who is sick and/or hurt should not be waiting that long! I was not able to get my child checked out like I wanted as we had to leave due to noise,wait time, ECT… This is unacceptable for your staff (Who are so overwhelmed and worked). You really need to abjust that not only for the sake of providing the best services but also for your staff who should not be suffering under these conditions. Best part was is front desk explained to me that this was normal for a Sunday. You all really need to get it together. I have no further plans to have my family to be seen by you all.Imran Shishir⭐️⭐️Emergency Pediatric section: We have been waiting for doctor for 2.5 hours after triage by the nurse for my 18 month old daughter. and still not sure how long more would it take to see a doctor thought one hour back I was told I’m the first one in the line. LOL! I understand it’s Sunday however my expectation was a bit high because it’s a well known hospital. Per nurse – there are no rooms available at this time however Information desk can not provide any information for further assistance or when the doctor can be available. My concern is for emergency department, I would expect the hospital do a little bit better than this. At least some vision for the next step and just not blindly waiting for hours to see an doctor. Kids are very sensitive and I’m sure Hospitals can’t just ignore patients like this . I have been through many hospitals and very upset with the response. Time is precious and hospitals should value that accordingly. No one come to the hospital unless they have situation like me.JUAN MartinezYou guys take the longest . Seriously sucks there is no other hospital nearbyJake GMy mother was taken there by ambulance in late April as her BP dropped and she started going into acute renal failure. She was in the ICU on a breathing machine and barely aware of her surroundings and the nurses outside of her room were LAUGHING AT HER to the point she was crying and pointing at the door trying to convey what was going on. The ER staff was amazing, kind, professional, and saved her life. The nurses when she got upstairs were attentive, kind, and warm. But the ICU nurses seriously need to get their behavior in check because laughing at a woman who almost died is despicable behavior. She was going through hell and they added emotional distress on top of it. She still talks about it with a heartbreaking tone. “They were laughing at me while I had a breathing tube down my throat and couldn’t talk or write.” The nurse she had, I believe his name was Michael (who was fantastic), went out and talked to them and shortly after we heard a woman yelling at him for “coming down on her girls.” So not only were they demonstrating abhorrent behavior, but their behavior was DEFENDED. We never saw him again after that.Les HHave been waiting 7+ hours so far in ER. I’m looking at reviews and I’m wondering if reviews have been terrible for months then why is nothing being done to resolve this issue? I’m seeing answers to reviews with phone number to discuss these issues and asking how you can turn this unpleasant experience around. You can’t turn it around but you can begin to prevent further occurring by seeing the actual urgent emergency needs patients first and having a posted wait time expectancy to deter non emergency patients!!! Utterly most ridiculous experience I’ve ever had in ER! Who knows when we will be called back to a room to be evaluated by Dr.Rebkgb RebkgbI was charged $900 for a doppler of my legs which would have cost me $296 at Greensboro Imaging, I was referred by a Cone Health affiliated doctor to the Cone Health Heart office in the K&W building at Friendly center for the imaging. Cone Health charged the sonogram as an outpatient of the hospital. Which of their many doctors office are considered hospital outpatient? Patient beware. Ask the price before you get it done and shop around! You do not have to use Cone. I have lost all trust and confidence in Cone Health.Ralph BraxtonI came in to the E.R for difficulty with asthma at 7 pm Jan 16 here it is Jan 17 1:40 AM and I’m still waiting in the waiting room and cant get some kind of breathing treatment at least until they can fully diagnose me. So much for priority.Audra Smith⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️**** Update: Don’t know how to add/edit but I just got my bill! It’s big big they adjusted it because I have no insurance! That just gave me sooo much less stress. Thank u so much! I tried to call to pay in full but no one was available! I am so thankful since I don’t have insurance Because at Forsyth with insurance it would have been the same but I did get CT scans there so maybe not. And I think I was able to help someone who was left alone:((((. The polio patient who was left by his wife and she had left him by me I think so I could help! And I don’t mind that ..but my blood pressure was so high and I ended having pneumonia left in Lower left lung so I was struggling. I am a court reporter by trade and I’m constantly having heart strings pulled in “ALL” directions being torn in so many directions. * just wished I had my health at that point to help ur staff! Just talk to people because it seems that’s all some people needed. Just being talked to. And some people couldn’t her up to just have a quick chat. So I wish I was trained and could help.** 9-13 the staff are extremely nice here! But the wait was tortuous. I had a b to come here straight from work instead of drive back to Winston. However, what was more efficient is getting blood and xrays done so when I did go back, they were already done!. And another thing I liked, the staff came by and did blood pressure checks in waiting room. And they would talk to you and let I know where you were in the grand scheme of things. Breaking that wait up like that was helpful. But a big problem I had – no fault of hospital- which is sad, a wife dropped a man who can’t walk and left him there. But before that she chose to sit very near me and they argued constantly which I don’t think helped my blood pressure. 136/103. She leaves him And he’s moaning and asking people for help. So I did what I could and was comfortable with but the man was in agony and apparently had “gone in his pants.” So sad and nothing no one could do. And another man just fell leaving the bathroom. And as bad as I felt I went over to tell him a lady went to get help, to stay put. I just hated that situation having to watch and witness. But the staff was all so amazing! The PA Joshua came in bright smile and sat and talked to me about my issues and really had it thought out. not just “no emergency.” Go home. He told me things it could be and suggestions I was just astonished! So couldn’t have been a nicer bunch of folks from check in, triage, blood work, X-ray, to exam. I don’t want to ever go back but after all said And done, made the 6 hour event not so traumatizing because I feel like I truly got treated on a whole different emergency room level. Great job to all on 9/17!Lawana Trotter⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHad the best possible care at Cone hospital from Oct.3 to Oct.7,2019.From the start in the emergency room to my stay on 3rd.Floor.Cardiac Unit!Everyone from nurses..Drs..CNAs..food service from cafeteria..ones that kept my room clean.I did not want for anything!Everyone made my stay very comforting.Thanks to all of them.I would not go anywhere else and get this kind of treatment from each person I had contact with.Love to all who cared for me and made my stay a happy one even though I felt so bad.rudy bakerAfter waiting what is currently 5 hours in the waiting after taking v
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The full address is 1121 N Church St, Greensboro, NC 27401, United States.
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