Before you go to Mease Countryside Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Safety Harbor emergency room think.
Hannah Martinez⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI got immediate quick help and was checked in. Staff was kind. Came in for a one-off medical reason that was also embarrassing. Staff was professional. Dr. Ron has great bedside manner and gave me great information. Nurse Melanie went above and beyond, and really really helped to make me feel as comfortable as possible. This was my first ever ER visit, I’m hoping it’s my last.Jennifer Howard⭐️⭐️Arrived last night by EMS in excruciating pain from the moment I got there I saw the eyes rolling, dirty looks and laughing from the nurses. I was then told to quiet down so I don’t disturb the other patients. OK IM SORRY FOR HAVING TO CALL 911 FOR BEING IN SO MUCH PAIN!!! I didn’t know you could disturb an ER. I was finally taken to a room and left in there in excruciating pain for almost an hour. The Dr finally came in, he wasn’t rude but I finally had to just cut him off and tell him “look I’m not a druggie and I’m tired of being treated like one every time I go to a hospital in pain! I don’t do drugs” I think they finally believed I was in real pain and finally gave me an IV with medications which calmed my pain almost immediately. I was then taken for xrays and discharged soon after with instructions and 2 scripts to get me through until I can see a specialist. I gave 2 stars because I do feel I was finally helped but the rest was so humiliating! I understand that the opioid epidemic is a serious problem but your job as a medical professional is to be compassionate and help people! Not everyone that comes through your doors is looking for drugs and you can’t just assume that as soon as you look at someone in pain! This is not the 1st time I’ve been treated this way at a ER and I’m sure as long as I suffer from chronic pain it won’t be the last but I think people need to be reminded that a little compassion goes a long way! I won’t be returning here if I can help it!Rick⭐️⭐️Went to ER this past Sunday in pain that was significant enough to justify difficult decision to incur my $500 copay. Couldn’t wait until PCP appt. on Wed. Terrible job! They weren’t even trying to do anything effective to treat my pain and get me through the next 3 days. I have history with this ER. Review of records from prior 2 visits would reinforce the point, which I tried unsuccessfully to make, that I have a high tolerance for pain, as well as for pain relief meds. After an injection failed to provide relief, I was given a single tablet of lowest strength Hydrocodone 5mg. Are you kidding me??!! Still no relief, of course, but Nurse said Doctor had done all he could for me and then prescribed a few of the low dose Hydrocodone to get me through next 3 days. I left with nearly the same level of pain I first came in with, wasting my $500. In these past 2 days, my pain has been exactly what it was to start with, even while taking the meds as directed. It’s laughable to think the lowest does of a single Hydrocodone tablet is going to make a difference with the pain I very professionally described to them. I’m furious and insulted that as a patient with 2 well documented prior visits requiring more pain relief meds than they initially thought necessary (but eventually provided), I was given a single pill and sent home. I understand with the opioid crisis there is a need to be medically cautious, but to take it to this opposite extreme is just as criminal. Criminal is exactly how I feel about my lack of effective treatment. When no effective services are contemplated, offered or rendered, that $500 should be credited back. Providers included Brian Flanagan, Francis Winter and Jason Messinger.Mike LehrTHIS REVIEW IS TERRIBLE. I clicked only one star, but in this case LESS THAN ONE STAR is deserved. My 78-year old mother, went to the Baycare Meese Countryside Hospital – Jacobsen Emergency Center. She gave the staff of Coastline Emergency Physicians her nickname by mistake (not her legal first name). Although, I believe she also gave them her driver’s license. Medicare would not pay the bill for $1,783.00 because her first name was not correct, although all of my mother’s other information was correct (SSN, Birth Date, Address, etc.). Per the instructions from both Coastline Emergency Physicians and Baycare Meese Countryside Hospital I went to the Baycare Meese Countryside Hospital Billing and Insurance Department and presented them with my mother’s drivers license and my Power of Attorney documentation. Both of the aforementioned parties assured me this matter would be taken care of. In other words, the billing would be resubmitted to Medicare, with my mother’s correct first name, for their payment in full. The next thing we know, the collection agency/debt collector, Transworld Systems, Inc. is contacting my mother asking for payment in full. At this point, my mother’s credit bureau report has been irreparably damaged and we are having to pay the entire amount of this debt.LA PerroneArrived about 5 am one person in waiting room. Brought to room 550 am. Nurse took history and left. Pushed call light 20 minutes later to ask for doctor. He says with Patient. Five minutes later patient needed bathroom got our own wheelchair and took him . 659 new shift still no doctor today. Left to go to an ER that cares and ook at son for post op pain.Tanisha ClaytonCalled 3 different security officers on me while waiting on valet. Just horribleMaia BesThis Hospital has no excuse for not providing a separate ER wing for pediatrics. There should be a pediatric Doctor here at all times, yet were here and there is not one. This hospital doesn’t even try to put a wait sign which I asked multiple nurses and faculty members and they could not provide an answer. I’m in no rush but it would be nice to know this, even before we show up. Also if there is a pediatric doctor. ER here is outdated and just negligent to provide proper care for children and proper comfort for kids and parents in this scary time. Kids should always be separated from adults for obvious infectious diseases purposes. I see they updated the service desk with bubbles! 😉 money well spent! There is more families in this location now, come up and upgrade with the times.Jennifer MakrasMy husband had an AWFUL experience there just a few weeks ago. Went in with 10 pain level in his back, couldn’t walk, high blood pressure of 233/165 and after a few examinations they told him they couldn’t really help him and directed him to walk out of the ER, he explained he couldn’t walk but no one helped or provided a wheelchair. When I showed up to pick him up I found him almost passed out and unresponsive sitting in the ER waiting room for me as he couldn’t walk anymore. I immediately tried to get assistance and NO ONE would help me… I literally had to make a scene and force myself through triage doors and demand a doctor come out. Finally a handful of nurses/staff came out to tend to my husband only to find out his blood pressure was still sky high and the pa was apologizing to me that they should never had discharged him!! Then when they did bring him back in and sent him for an MRI – his arm was logged in the machine and he was severely injured. I could literally go on and on… STAY AWAY FROM THIS ER AND DO NOT LET ANYONE YOU KNOW GO THERE PLEASE!!!Kat SendreyWorst ever. Wouldn’t go there again if my life depended on it. Came in with leavel ten pain and left there in level ten pain. They prescribed me nsaids when I told them I was allergic to them. Two CT scans… Why ? Couldn’t they read the first one ? Nurse unfriendly, probably due to working a twelve hours shift. Toddler crying down the hall and they said he was just being a brat. Left in room having to urinate. My dad died there as his chart clearly stated he was allergic to penicillin and they gave him penicillin. Don’t go there !!alison cronickWent into the ER in a great deal of pain. I was in the waiting room for 30-40 minutes before being called. When I was called I went into a room and spoke to a doctor that didn’t seem to care about anything I was saying and actually ignored my Husband while he was trying to talk. The doctor left the door open into the waiting room so all patients outside could hear what I was saying. I finally was seen by a few nurses who seemed to listen and this would have redeemed them but then I got double charged through the hospital because my visit went past 12 midnight. Be aware of this ER they will make you wait so they can charge you for a second day. I wouldn’t recommend this place to anyone. Stay Away!!!Carrie LearningasIgo⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI should have shared a review back in June 2018, but got busy and forgot. Anyways, we were on vacation 14 hours from home when our 18 month old spiked a fever in the night. It climbed to like 103 by morning so we rushed from the hotel to the nearest ER. They were nice to us, we saw an actual doctor, we were impressed that they didn’t automatically start sticking our child with unnecessary needles. They got his fever under control and we were able to head home.Jason***If you care about your loved ones, take them ANYWHERE else.*** Second visit this year… LEFT THE ER IN WORSE PAIN THEN GOING IN. Spent over an hour waiting for a nurse/doctor. I had to walk the halls to get the attention of staff to get someone to me. They had me strip down, just to find out the previous patients blood was still all over my room. SHOULD HAVE JUST CHECKED MY SELF OUT RIGHT THEN AND THERE. Physician refused me pain management. Nurse could not find my vein so my entire arm looks like something out of a horror film.Jonathan FelberThis is a very dirty hospital and unprofessional. We brought our 1 year old with a high fever to the ER. They told us that the Pediatric department was not yet opened for the day and that the doctors in the ER treated both adults and babies. This was our first clue but we stayed as we were new to the area and was told this was a good hospital. They put us in a dirty unkempt ER room and no one came in for over 45 minutes. Finally a nurse came in. Took the baby’s temperature and left. We waited another hour for the doctor which turned out to be a PA. They told us they were going to conduct viral tests and that they wanted to do an X-ray. We didn’t want the X-ray as he was not coughing and he had just had an X-ray about three weeks ago for another condition that was resolved. They insisted on the X-ray anyway. They came back with negative viral results and told us that he had bacterial pneumonia in both lungs. We found this impossible as he had absolutely no signs of pneumonia, but they insisted they saw it on the X-ray and and due to his high fever this was the only diagnosis they could make. They wanted to admit him and give him intravenous antibiotics. This just did not seem right but thought the doctors surely knew what they were doing. A nurse then tried to put in an intravenous line but could not get one in after trying for no less than 15 minutes with three people holding the baby down. They then decided to call in the IV team. It took them well over an hour to come down. They too could not put in the line. Another hour later they sent down a nurse who said she was experienced in putting in IVs in babies. She was unsuccessful after tying him down and sticking him several times! The IV team tried again and was unsuccessful. We then insisted we be transferred to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. They insisted on giving him a shot of antibiotics and an oral dose to treat The pneumonia. We got to the other hospital and things changed radically!! They said the X-ray taken by Mease Hospital was very poor quality and the blood test they took at Mease definitely showed he had a virus and no bacterial infection. They redid the X-ray and it showed clear lungs!!!! Had we stayed with Mease, he would have been admitted and given antibiotics for bacterial pneumonia he did not have. We were in Mease for 10 hours and in John Hopkins for only 2 hours.Edward Rusu5+ hours waiting to treat nasty wound from a dog bite… still waiting..Mathew HevelWalked in such pain that I almost vomited in the waiting room. Took 2 hours to be seen and the staff seemed to care less. Been in a good amount of ERs (not as a patient) do to my career and this is the absolute worst service I’ve seen. If only 0 stars were a option..Kirk YunkerNurse Erica seems to be too busy to care for patients in any timely manner and her unprofessional attitude doesn’t make you feel as your loved ones matter to the department. As far as I’m concerned she should go back to school and learn how to treat patients as humans. Most unprofessional nurse I have ever come across! I’d get better care at a vets office!Jodie Jagars⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedStaff is friendly, helpful, and professional. We were in and out so quickly we wouldn’t of even had time to find anything to complain.Jennifer Kerouac⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER Recommended4/23/17 – In at 8:45 p.m. – Worst experience ever and I am still sitting here. Never again. They would have received zero stars from, but it was not possible to even mark that on here. 4/24/17 – In at 1:45 p.m. – Back again today and had a completely different and completely wonderful experience!! They get 5 stars from me today!! Thanks to everyone for turning things around for me!!!Cynthia Hauss⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedPeople are very nice and comfortingDwight DillsFinally was seen by the Dr at 1130 pm. Registered in at 940 pm. Dr was in an out in less than 10 minutes. My wife has lupus erythematosus and it was obvious to me that he hasn’t had many lupus patients come through here. Basically asking what have the Dr’s done in the past when this happens. Second time through here. First time I had a stroke (TIA) and they still had me waiting out in the waiting room. DO NOT COME HERE IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY. YOU’VE BEEN WARNED.Megan Frey⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedOur experience with the ER was excellent considering the situation. We had gone to the urgent care and then were sent to Mease for my 10 month old son. The pediatrician on duty Dr. Kizewic was called to be aware we were coming in from our urgent care center. He saw us right away and was very knowledgeable. After doing some additional test we figure out his diagnosis, Dr. Kizewic stayed until we were admitted into the pediatrics to be treated. The experience during our stay was good, the nurses were very attentive and helpful. The only downfall was the food ordering system was down. But, other than that my son is doing great and we are very thankful for the excellent service from start to finish. Thank you Dr. Kizewic for staying late for us!Angee Siegel⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedFast turn around time. Knowledgeable staff.Len NettlesI’d give them no stars if I could. Waited 5+ hours for 4 stitches while the staff appeared to do nothing. Literally, I get that it’s a hospital. But how is it that waiting damn near 6 hours is good business or an adequate time for any kind of emergency response. If you ask how much longer somehow everyone gets cofused & just says a little while longer. This place is garbage & they should scale it back until the 50 or so ppl on staff here can actually get some work done.Jonelle DanieleIt should never take over 5 hours (that’s just so far) to even be taken to a room. If a hospital can’t handle patients, they should offer patients to go to another hospital BEFORE they check in. Inform patients it’s a long wait and they may want to go to another hospital. This is NOT an emergency room, it’s a never ending waiting room. ANY TIME NOW PEOPLES!!!! UPDATE: Took almost 6 hours to be seen. They give me an antibiotic in a capsule. I tell them I can’t digest it. Nurse said it’s all they have. We break it open and I nearly vomit taking it. I pick up my script from pharmacy next day (because I was stuck in ER for so damn long), it’s in capsules. Didn’t we JUST have this conversation? Doc could have written a script for something I could digest. Time for a new hospitalCortand JayWorst hospital experience ever first the fat lady at the desk is extremely rude and doesn’t care for our emergency it’s taken over a hour to even get called back or seen its crazy that’ll make you feel comfortable and like you should at the hospital they make you feel like you are bothering them all staff is rude and short as possible with you YOU WIll BE BETTER OF DRIVING TO THE NEXT NEAREST HOSPITAL AND WOULD GET TAKEN CARE OF QUICKER AND WITH MORE RESPECT I would not call this a emergencie roomLinda Bando⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWonderful, thorough care and caring staff.MOHAMMED ATRAKCHI⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThanks
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Mease Countryside Hospital Emergency Room in Safety Harbor.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Safety Harbor?
Yes, of course. The Mease Countryside Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Mease Countryside Hospital is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Mease Countryside Hospital in Safety Harbor
The full address is 3231 McMullen Booth Rd, Safety Harbor, FL 34695, United States.
The phone number of Mease Countryside Hospital is +1 727-725-6111. 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 28.0380294 and a longitude of -82.7075938.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Mease Countryside Hospital?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Mease Countryside Hospital 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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