Before you go to Maria Parham Franklin, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Louisburg emergency room think.
Jessica CollinsWent to the emergency room due to complications from the flu and exhaustion, plus it was late at night. I knew I had the flu already. The Dr. didn’t introduce himself, tried to prescribe me nauseous meds (wasn’t even one of my symptoms), and treated me like just another flu patient. Didn’t look in my nose, throat or check my ears … NOTHING. Went back home to stay in bed for 6 days later in pain. Flash forward to a few days later and went to urgent care. They found out I had a sinus infection on top of the flu, because they did the routine check up, the Dr. at the hospital failed to do. They prescribed me meds to treat the sinus infection. Next time I will just take my money to wake med north, where I can be treated like an individual for my individual symptoms. He never asked about my exhaustion or other concerns. I’m not the one to just go to the hospital for no reason. Now I understand why this hospital has the reputation it does.Treva VinesThe dr & nurses don’t listen to what kind of symptoms you’re trying to tell them that you’re experiencing. I took my daughter to the er bc she kept vomiting. They just gave her water and sent us home an hr later. I wish they would of gave her some nausea meds to at least try to stop the vomiting. Wake Med north next time.Kristin Dement⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedEvery step of the process was pleasant. All staff from the front to the back were great and attentive. Dr P. Was great.Brittany FarmerTried to be seen tonight and a lady told us that she had been there for 5 hrs. The lady at the front desk told everyone in the waiting room that the waiting time was ridiculous and if we needed to be seen we need to leave and go to wake med. I had already been waiting over 2 hrs and hadn’t been triaged yet. I have an open wound infection and cellulitis and history of sepsis but wasn’t able to be seen as I waited over 2 hrs with my young daughter and couldn’t wait another 5 hrs. This place just needs to be shut down!!!Bryan GallegoDr Dr Vainder Goli should not be practicing medicine. He walked into the room I was in without knocking, did not introduce himself, did not look at me when he spoke and did not empathize for the pain I was in. Whatever passion he had for becoming a doctor disappeared a long time ago. I’ve never been treated so poorly by a medical professional. The oath he took is as good as a roll of toilet paper.Lauren Wood⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had to take a family member to the emergency room and every staff member and nurse were wonderful. I am so thankful to have somewhere local to go if needed.Walt HollingsworthI brought my 5 year old daughter here and you think they would have cared better for a child! Terrible experience! We have been here for an hour now and still haven’t seen the doctor, no one has checked on us since triage first took vital signs. One patient has already left because they did not receive care in a decent time frame and we are about to do the same. Do not come here.Barbara Mullen⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Took my 2 year old grandson there last Sunday morning for a gash on the top of his left ear. They treated him so well. Didn’t wait long at all. Having to hold him down to get stitches can be very traumatic for a toddler. The nurse was very helpful and comforting towards him. He enjoyed his popsicle after even though he wore half of it.Isabel RiveraI would give a 0 they are so negligent people, brought my nephew in saying that he had a congestion when he really has a virus have to take to a REAL HOSPITAL right after the visit to this ERAdam MitchellThis place is more of a glorified Urgent Care with the worst wait times possible as opposed to a true Emergency Room or Hospital. If you have an actual emergency I would advise going somewhere else.Laneisha DavisThis place is HORRIBLE!!! How do you discharge a baby with a fever of 103.8?!!!! The only after care instructions were to keep givin Tylenol! This place is goin to go down quickly! New hospital and it’s still as bad as the one we had years ago! I advise not to go to this place ever Sunita Anne Abraham⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI work at Maria Parham Franklin and wanted to say that being a small hospital with emergency services, the staff and doctors are wonderful. They provide vital health services to the community of Louisburg and nearby areas so that people don’t have to travel over half an hour to reach the nearest hospital. I also wanted to reply to a couple of reviews here. To the gentleman who complained that his two girls were not let into the ER to see his wife who had a boil on her upper leg – I was working that night and you were really disruptive in ER. The nurses tried several times to explain to you that there was a nationwide flu restriction on any young visitors under 12 from being allowed to go into the ER. But you were arguing with them and causing a big ruckus in the middle of the night, disturbing other patients and preventing the nurses from doing their jobs. A hospital is not a hotel or a park where you can do whatever you want. It’s a place where sick people are taken care of. Nurses and doctors are constantly monitoring patients on critical conditions as well as serious life and death issues, so a boil would not be as critical as someone who is on a ventilator trying to stay alive or someone having a heart attack. To the person who complained that she didn’t even get an X-ray – please google X-rays and radiation poisoning. Getting an X-ray or CT is not like getting candy. It exposes your body to dangerous and harmful radiation, and increases your chances of getting cancer. The only time doctors prescribe X-rays or CT scans is when it is absolutely necessary to find out issues. If the doctor did not order X-rays, it’s because they know that you don’t need them, and because they have the clinical skills to take care of your problem without X-rays. Not every issue needs to be X-rayed! To the person who complained her husband had to wait several hours with a kidney stone – there literally is not much emergency staff can do to make your husband’s kidney stone pass. If the stone is big, the patient is admitted and a procedure called lithotripsy is scheduled the next day or so (by doctors specializing in that, not ER doctors). If the stone is small, the doctors will probably recommend lots of fluid and hope that the stone passes on its own. Now if you were waiting to see a doctor, please realize that if there are long wait times, the staff is busy helping patients who came in *before* you. You’re not the only patient in ER, and no, the doctors and nurses are not playing hopscotch in ER while making you wait. In any ER, doctors and nurses work non stop from the minute they step in the door to the minute they leave. At MP Franklin, several doctors work 24 hour shifts to provide care. The nurses often don’t have time to eat or use the restroom because they’re so slammed taking care of the needs of multiple patients. Please be respectful and considerate of these amazing caregivers who give so much and also put up with asinine behavior.Laura KahleMy wife went to the ER and was there for some time …my children were really concerned about her but they said that no one under 12 could go in but I did not see that posted on the rules… to make matters worse my wife needed a basic medical procedure that removes a simple catheter to drain a boil out in her leg but they did not have the proper equipment due to the Place being so small. this place is total garbage and the hospital administrator needs to be fired as soon as possible. If you are really in need of a medical emergency and have family go elsewhere.Brian DentonThis place is worse than before. No vending machines . Cafeteria closed to public . T.v doesn’t work . No toilet paper in restrooms . Dr and nurses dressed sloppyKhadiYou’re more likely to die then receive proper care. Please run.
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Maria Parham Franklin Emergency Room in Louisburg.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Louisburg?
Yes, of course. The Maria Parham Franklin is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Maria Parham Franklin is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Maria Parham Franklin in Louisburg
The full address is 100 Hospital Dr, Louisburg, NC 27549, United States.
◼️ What’s Maria Parham Franklin phone number?
The phone number of Maria Parham Franklin is +1 919-340-8700. 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 36.112335 and a longitude of -78.2936154.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Maria Parham Franklin?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Maria Parham Franklin 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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