Peninsula Regional Medical Center (Salisbury)

Type Emergency Room (ER)
City Salisbury MD
State Maryland
Address 100 E Carroll St
Phone number +1 410-546-6400
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Peninsula Regional Medical Center ER Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours
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Peninsula Regional Medical Center Reviews

Before you go to Peninsula Regional Medical Center, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Salisbury emergency room think.

Duawan Mills This place is ridiculous! You wait in the emergency room for hours before you are seen. Mind you there are 4 people behind the registration glass doing what? They need to have a better system in place…Lord help if a major disaster were to happen in this area we would be screwed! What do they only have 1 doctor working.Melone The nurse staff was very polite and efficient however, the doctor was very misogynistic and belittled everything. I had collapsed, was having difficulties talking and was unable to stand while having a history of seizures/strokes. He wanted to do no tests and wrote off everything as female hysteria saying it is common for women to fake a problem because they want attention.Sophia Porta As someone from Baltimore who has various chronic health issues and has grown up in and out of hospitals, I know a good one when I see one. Peninsula Regional is the absolute worst. Can’t speak on any of the other departments, but the ER is absolutely horrible. I have been on two occasions, and I will preface this by also adding I am immunocompromised, so my body is more susceptible to catching illnesses and has a much harder time fighting them off. The first time I went was two years ago. I came in barely conscious, with a fever around 105, and nauseous beyond belief. My boyfriend had to sign me in because I wasn’t capable. I had been profusely throwing up in the hours before. I waited for nearly 2 hours to even get triaged, and a total of 4-5 hours to get a room. My father was able to drive a 3 hour trip to come meet us at the hospital before I was back in a room. Once in the room, I had the very basic vitals taken and was given IV fluids. Took an hour to see a doctor. Doctor comes in, tells me he thinks I could have a very serious kidney infection, but he doesn’t want to test for it, and if I get worse I should just come back a day or two later (except being immunocompromised I couldn’t just wait like that). They gave me Zofran, and sent me on my way. My dad then drove me 3 hours back to my hometown in the same night. The next day I went to GBMC, was triaged and had a room within 30 minutes, they tested me for everything under the sun that they thought was a possibility with my symptoms, and treated me so well. Gave me another round of IV fluids. Didn’t have a kidney infection, but symptoms were getting worse (so I probably would have gone back to PRMS for dumb results again), turns out I had a super virus. I also went yesterday. I have been experiencing flu-like symptoms all week, and went to urgent care at the beginning of the week for tests to come back negative but to be treated with Tamiflu. Yesterday was so horrifically bad though that I knew I needed to go to the hospital. My temperature was creeping up on 104, and I had begun throwing up, in addition to probably 15 other symptoms. We didn’t wait as long this time to be brought back, and I was triaged right away, but being triaged I felt like I wasn’t even being listened to when I tried to give all of my symptoms (because I was cut off before I could give even half of them.) The nurse was definitely nice, but I felt like she wasn’t giving me the right attention. Then I waited for 45 minutes, and they brought me back. A PA tried to ask me my symptoms again, once again kind of cut me off, and immediately basically gave me her idea of how to fix it. Told her I was immunocompromised, she said she understood, then she proceeded to send my boyfriend and I out into a crowded hallway filled with at least 10 sick patients to wait for over 2 hours, which is such a risk for me. Never got a room, never saw a doctor. They gave me Zofran to curb my nausea, and tried to get me to drink liquids. They said if that made me nauseous still, due to my severe dehydration, they would give me IV fluids (although being someone who gets infusions frequently and is dehydrated without illness, I knew this was the first thing they should have done). I ate ice even though I was still nauseous doing this, and the consensus was “well you’re not throwing up even if you are still nauseous, so go home.” The male nurse I had was extremely nice and was just doing what the PA told him to do, but the entire thing was honestly handled horrifically. All in all, avoid this hospital like the plague. The only reason I went at all yesterday was because I was too sick to make it all the way home to Baltimore to go to a good hospital. Next time I will go anywhere but here.Lisa ER ONLY REVIEW: 0 stars. (Visit for an “emergent need”) I would like to praise the less than 5 stellar employees who are doing their best, with what they have, to do what they obviously love. They deserve promotions with generous raises. The true meaning of PRMC’s mission, as an organization, was represented in these few people who weren’t just doing their “job”. Please feel free to contact me for more information. Sincerely, Lisa TaylorJonathan Penman 1) Room was clean. So clean the floor was as slippery as ice. After mentioning the fact that I was a fall risk and how slippery the floor was to the nurse, I watched over the next 48 hrs as person after person had close call after close call almost falling on my room floor. Can you say lawyer??? 2) MOST of the RNs, CNAs, and other hospital personnel were very friendly, personable, and helpful, however I did have one RN who was unsure as to how to change the dressing on my wound. Don’t worry, I explained to HIM how to do it. FYI, not laughing!!! 4) Worst of all, after being told my surgery was scheduled for 5pm the next day, I got bumped off of the schedule due to an emergency. This was very upsetting as I sat for 11 hrs with no food, water, or pain medicine and my wife had taken the day off of work unpaid. I can understand a delay of a few hours but postponing my surgery to the next day and having to go through the whole process again just SUCKED. RESULT: NEXT TIME I WILL GO TO AGH (Atlantic General Hospital)Amaris Kaloroumakis Went to the E.R. last night. I was bleeding pretty bad thought I was having a miscarriage since I was gushing blood. The staff had me back to a room only to be told to walk to a hallway and sit in the general population while my pants are covered in blood and I’m still bleeding bad. Then the bedside manner of the staff in the E.R. was horrible. They made me stand up to walk and blood started rushing out of me. That was when the nurse who got all my info finally decided to offer me a wheelchair and a room. I already decided not to deliver in this horrible hospital. Now my fears have been confirmed. This hospital doesn’t care for their pregnant patients. The doctor told me that they don’t send pregnant women to their maternity ward until it is a “viable” baby. Never again!Botagoz Rahat⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI gave birth my little baby boy in this hospital. Thank you for all staffs they are the bestdebbie king⭐️⭐️⭐️This hospital is typically a great hospital, I went there because I had been having chest pains which is usually always a blocked artery , I did not get to even speak with a cardiologist and really couldn’t get anyone to listen to me,, I always spoke highly of this place, now I’m thinking about going to Atlantic general hospitalNadine pierre They are told my dad to stay but he wants to go when he is perfectMargaret Walter⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHelpful careing people and Dr’sJustin A Went to prmc with swollen lymph nodes the ER nurse not a doctor touched my lymph nodes and said yup they are swollen come back if they get bigger no meds no nothing received a 297 dollar bill thanks wasn’t happy with the service went to agh Dr noted I had folliculitis that was causing my lymph nodes to swell got me on antibiotics and I’m good as new do not go to prmcAdam Filbert This is definitely the worst ER when it comes to waiting to be seen. For medical and psychiatric. State Health Dept needs to inspect. Bathrooms are always filthy.TERRY THOMAS⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had a Robotic prostatectomy surgery at PRMC. Everything went as scheduled, no problems. Staff, Nurses, and everybody involved with my procedure were very nice. My room was clean, quite and comfortable. Oncologist Surgeon Dr. C. D. Maull who performed my surgery did an awesome job. I had no complications or problems and went home the next day. I had no recovery problems at home either. I’d recommend Dr. Maull to anybody who has prostate issues and PRMC Hospital to have their services doneTiffany Hohman⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️My grandma recently fell and broke her hip. At any age this is a frightening experience for all involved. My grandma is 91. I am super impressed with Dr. Miller and his surgical team! Dr. Miller was friendly, personable, informative, and an excellent surgeon!! So many of his team were cheerful faces without names and that was very much appreciated also. Im sorry I dont remember you names. Thank you Jeremy the anesthesiologist who lightened the mood and eased my fears during pre-surgery questioning. The ISU medical team was attentive and caring from admit to hospital discharge. Dr. Sterner and the other young man that was with him when they came to admitting were so compassionate and attentive through-out the entire experience. Theresa the night nurse was a superstar! Helpful, kind, considerate, and just fantastic! Brandi was also kind, and so helpful. Sophia was ray of sunshine each meal she brought to grandma. Everyone I named was so kind, friendly informative and patient with my questions.These staff were excellent and made a hard experience tolerable. I can tell they really like their job and enjoy helping people. Thank you for your hard work, diligence and compassion !! Warning to the ER nurse, you have to ask before giving a shot. Tetanus or otherwise. You dont just give a shot and then tell people about it. You gave my grandma a tetanus- diptheria shot with out permission from my grandma or myself. That is not ok. She is one other nurse on the 3rd floor are the only reason for the 4 gold stars instead of 5. The good eggs far exceeded the bad.JOHN REED⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe nurses Heather, Angel and Doctor Erin we’re awesome and geuinely concerned about my health. Definitely had a great experience to getting healthyGreg Mears My father was dying slowly over his last 8 months going back and forth to hospital,he had a dnr and he stopped breathing in the hospital he could have died peaceful instead,they put him on life support and blamed the mistake on a hectic shift change,he died in hospice and it was horrible,my family has not gone to sue but I’m going to contact lawyer today to get lawsuit startedShelley Sweet⭐️⭐️I waited in the waiting room for almost 2 hours throwing uo wirh pains in ny left side. The front end ladies were mostly rude Nd has no sense of happiness about thier job. When they wwnt to give me my i.v ans bloodwork out of 4 nurses who both poked ne repeatedly they finally called one lady who was the only one in rbe whole place that seemed to be able to do it. I now woke up having to cover my arms before work. Because my arns now look like i been drugs.Toby Edlin⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedArrived at the ER and seen immediately for chest pain. The nurses were skilled, and courteous. The doctors prompt, polite, concerned and thorough. The facility is clean room clean and bathroom clean. The food is very good. Social services is very helpful and so is diabetes education. Best Stay in a hospital ive ever experienced! Rates top score!Iris Cirino Worse hospital make you wait longer the check in staff is not professionals people been waiting long periods of time in the waiting room but their families come for emergency and they going once in to the room I was waiting almost 5 hours and have not been attendanceTerry Bellamy Worst hospital I have ever been to i wouldn’t send my worst enemy here for treatment!!! my wife went because she had 103 temp normally that’s not a concern for alarm but with my wife her temp keeps climbing and nothing will help. We was forced to sit in the lobby for an hour before even being seen which is some times expected for an emergency room, then they take us back give my wife tylenol, draw blood, and do an EKG (what an EKG has to do with a high temp I have no idea that’s usually for heart problems and she wasnt having chest pains probably to pad there bill) after that we was told to sit in some chairs until a bed was available which is where we sat for another 2 1/2 hours without being seen by anyone until some rude nurse came up to us and told us to go back to the lobby to wait. I tried to explain our situation to her but was rudely interrupted by her telling me everyone has been has be waiting 2 1/2 to 4 1/2 hours while I’m watching people who came in after us get beds. I asked for my wife’s IV to be removed so we could leave and when we was leaving the lobby was almost empty so apparently not EVERYONE had been waiting 2 1/2 to 4 1/2 hours. If I need an emergency I’ll go to Atlantic general in ocean city rather then this butcher shop again.EasternShore Maryland⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedOn April 29th, I had a big internal bleed out…. Arriving at the ER I was seen immediately. After the initial check of vital signs, etc. I was taken to another cubicle….and while there my vital signs tanked…. the ER staff responded immediately…. got me stabilized w/ fluids and blood transfusuions. This staff saved my life… I am sooo greatful for their care. Later I was transferred to PCU… and a Med-Sugical floor. My ‘problem was addressed surgically and am now on the ‘mend’. I want you to know that the care shown me by the Doctors and the Nursing staff was outstanding. Tom C 5/14/19Amanda Jara⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had my son at this hospital and their mother and baby unit is absolutely amazing!! They changed all of his diapers for me (it was hard to get out of the bed to do it) they asked me before they did ANYTHING, they tried their best not to bother me more than they had to, they taught me how to swaddle my son, they gave me so much like diapers, wipes, even the little pulse monitor they put around their ankles! The best part was since I was breast feeding I didn’t get much sleep so they’d take him for a couple hours to the nurses station and hold him, sing to him, and dance with him while I got some sleep! And they even sent me a card in the mail that all of my nurses signed! This place deserves way more than a 5 star they are awesome and I’m so glad I delivered there!!!Claude Hoyle Wouldn’t even give them one star worst experience in a hospital ever!!!!Kevin Ortiz I went to the radiology department for an epidural injection in the L5-S1 vertebra by Dr. Michael J. Marks. Before the procedure began, I informed the radiology staff that I was in great pain, that I could not stand upright or lay prone and requested a pain reliever before the procedure as I knew I would have to be prone on the procedure table which would cause pain. I was denied any medications. I was in placed on the table in a prone position with a cushion under my hips which caused such excruciating pain my body started to shake involuntarily. The epidural procedure caused even more pain to the degree I thought I would pass out. After the procedure the body tremors continued which baffled the staff. The doctor that performed the procedure never assessed my condition or spoke to me after the procedure. The staff stood around with confused looks on their faces and didn’t know how to proceed. I was placed on a stretcher and taken to the ER where the ER personnel had no idea why I was there. It was evident that the radiology staff did not tell anyone in the ER what had happened during the epidural procedure and why I was transported to the ER. I had to explain to several staff members assessing me what had happened. My vitals were taken, IV fluids started and blood drawn for lab work. The tremors continued and the on duty physician assistant PA Michael R Chaikel authorized morphine which did not stop the tremors. The vitals and blood work all were normal. Chaikel made a comment that he thought the tremors were voluntary alluding to the fact that I was faking the symptoms to get pain medications. I was given a prescription for gabapentin and was told they don’t know what’s causing the tremors, to go home and if the tremors continued to come back to the ER. Yeah, right…Rachel Beach The dr I got to see twice was knowledgeable but havent been able to see him for 2 year because i was told he didnt have any openings and to call back in 6 months to see if there was any openings. Then finally i got to see nurse practitioner but she knew NOTHING about lungs. She was basically a census taker who had no people skills and within minutes I became aware she had NO knowledge to help me. I finally got to speak to management about the sad appointment and was basically told he and the nurse were too educated to be bothered with me. Well that kind of management will be the end of the hospital. Go to Nanticoke, they are knowledgeable and caringYas Colon It’s crazy how a patient and as soon the Doctor saw my niece husband is Black he call the officer for abuse of a child to find out at the end he said I thought it was abuse but guess what a lawyer will be Contacting them and I will make sure to let them know my niece have family and a God that fight our battles.. discrimination is not a joke and the word say he are all the same.. I really hope this is being view by the hospital and see I’m not from Salisbury Md I am out of state but this is not staying like this.. On top of that the nurses didn’t know that my niece family was on the waiting area and they was talking about her and making jokes .. what type of professional is that.. per the Hippo Law it a law suit.. they make it my business I know my laws .. I hope someone call me and fix this problemLee Perry⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAwesome ER experience. Well as “awesome” as that can be. Everyone was nice and had a great personality. The bill was $130 after insurance. Can’t beat that!eddy 2x I have been sitting in a room for hours and it is like really cold in the I can’t feel my harm anymore.Will Corbin Arrived at er chest pressure and stabbing pain was told 4 hr wait!! driving myself to another hospital that mite care about my condition if it could wait 4hrs I wouldnt have rushed inMichael Highducheck Offered me ibuprofen for “immediate” pain relief (which I had already taken 400mg prior), penicillin, and a lydocaine mouthwash which was offered by one nurse, and not given by the other. I was in too much pain to remember names, but the impatient brown haired nurse was the one laughed at me when I asked if the cup she gave me had the lydocaine mouthwash. She said they don’t even carry that in the hospital. I had to wait until the morning to get the script filled. Turns out they didn’t even write the correct prescription. The pharmacy even had a hard time just calling over to verify why I was prescribed anti-gas mouthwash with no lydocaine. Thankfully, the awesome pharmacy got it fixed. Honestly, the only thing this hospital did right was great me after they finishing joking with each other and prescribe penicillin for possible infection.Michael Parks Joke of a er dr’s very rude to my wife. Had to go there 2 days in a row for rapid heart beat and dr. cracking Jokes about how they don’t treat high blood pressure there that he has released patients with chest pains before. Head to Only Berlin or John’s Hopkins because unless you are coding it’s a jokeGraylin Showell⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHad cancer when I got here, but not after I left. Deserving of the 5 stars.Terry Waldron Over 4 hours to be told that they think my wife’s condition was due to menopause. If at all possible go to Atlantic in OC, it will save you a lot of time and aggravation.Jeffrey Snead⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER Recommended5th floor took beyond excellent care of me. Nurses were all very kind and caring. Thanks to them I recovered quickly and very well.Erica Ventura⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I changed my review from years ago because it seems like they have gotten better with their care over time. I feel like my needs are met before they sent me home. Sometimes it is a little busy and you may have to wait for a few hours, but it is worth the precision care. This is the best local hospital around on the Eastern shore. I highly recommend it. I wouldn’t trust any other hospital around for my family’s needs.Akiah KamsMommy Dickerson Called the ER this morning to check on my mother i’m 2 hrs away a person by the name of Christina in the ER refused to let me speak to her because she said i could be anybody she was very rude. So i called back to speak to a supervisor this same person answered the phone telling me to speak up because now she couldn’t hear me but as soon as said put a supervisor on the phone she transferred me to her nurse instead. They need to get this Christina person out of the ER she is very unprofessional and rude i can only imagine how she treats our sick loved ones coming into the ER for treatment.Todd Parker⭐️⭐️Good place if you’re a doctor, or if you need one of the specific types of specialty care that wins the awards the director loves so much, but otherwise it’s a pretty crappy, rinky-dink outfit with out-of-date equipment, overworked, underpaid staff (I know, I was one of them for three years) and a really unresponsive, irresponsible Emergency Department where you’ll be lucky if they give you so much as an ibuprofen for pain before they discharge you. If you have the choice go to Atlantic General instead, make this your choice of last resort.Johanna Seaberry⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI want to thank Michele and Constance whom work on 5 west for all of the wonderful care. They were both cordial and astute. The post op instructions have been key to success. Even though I am a nurse, this was out of my scope of practice and their expertise was greatly appreciated.Gertha Francois⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Thanks so much for all you Complaining h H O.Mrs Leonard⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThey have the best staff ever. To each it’s own but I rather go here than anywhere.Dorrell Collins I was seen and treated for a broken fibula and prescribed 50 mg tramodol which done absolutely nothing for the pain. I tried to call and get a stronger prescription but kept getting transferred without reason until finally being put on hold indefinitely it seems like. They were not interested in helping me at all. When they answered, they didn’t even say “hold please” they just kept transferring me. Horrid service.Ed French⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI recently was transferred to PRMC from an urgent care center and wound up spending a night for diagnostic work up and evaluation. We were at a wedding rehearsal before and I had a lot of angst about missing our granddaughters wedding the night after admission. The PRMC staff and physicians were, of course, focused on my health needs but made special effort to get me to the wedding if at all possible. I was discharged in time to get home and dressed and attend the ceremony. My sincere thanks to everyone at PRMC. But, most important was the health care. I am a retired healthcare executive and have expectations that are specific. All my experiences at PRMC were outstanding and lived up my expectations of a good medical center. The ER staff, medical staff, radiology, lab, 2 West cardiac unit, pharmacy, and other supporting departments’ staff were outstanding. They were attentive, timely, provided information, were technically on the ball, and gave me confidence I was at the right place for the cardiac episode. This is our first experience with PRMC, but a great one and I am reassured that we have this 5-star health care faculty available to us. PRMC is our first choice for healthcare in the future!Shawn Widdowson This hospital is nothing but another business that treats the actual people that keep in business like complete and utter trash! Anything that is going to shed any negativity on them the media won’t cover they employee of duty officers so the cops won’t help you and if you ours the issue they will make your life miserable. America’s corp mafia at its best running a small town for big profits!Cindy Capone⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedProfessional!Dennis Snyder Apparently this hospital is only open during weekday hours. Try their telephone system and all you get is a recording and robot. There is no one there on weekends to answer calls. Probably during the week the telephone answering people (if there are any) screen calls with the robot. I’m trying to get a hold of my sister who may or may not be at that hospital. I can’t find out because the rude robotic telephone answering system can’t let me through to an operator. I find this hospital sub-standard because of this.Olanlee Andrews⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedDo Transavo Paintent my nave to waite 30min to be seen. But may have to waite up to 2-3 hrs for dienosessE109 Meredith⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy mother recently fell and fractured her Humerus and was in a lot of pain . The patient care in the emergency room was very good and attentive . She was admitted to the Hospital due to the nature of the fracture and her physical condition etc. She was admitted to the orthopedic floor 5 South and was and has been cared for in a professional manner . The room was clean and all of the staff was attentive and caring from the cleaning to care coordinator . They made arrangements to locate a bed and transport her to a rehab center (too many names to remember) .Thank you all!!Donald Condliffe Called for assistance to find a doctor since I am from out of town and have no local doctor. Their idea of assistance was to refer me to the yellow pages. Think that give you a clue as to the level of care you will get there.Jessica Moon I was taken to PRMC by ambulance after experiencing a ripping sensation in my hip while exiting my vehicle. I was unable to move due to the excruciating pain and had to be dragged out of the vehicle by my partner and laid on the ground until emergency services arrived. The EMS staff quickly and kindly administered medicine to ease my suffering, but everything changed once we arrived at PRMC. I was left waiting in agony for what seemed like hours and when the doctor arrived he performed no physical exam, did not ask for diagnostics, and became smug and disinterested when he discovered that I had a history of anxiety. It was abundantly clear that he saw me as a hysterical woman making a big deal out of nothing. After waiting and waiting and waiting and eventually my mother tracking down a staff member to get us released, I was discharged for a prescription for Valium, a muscle relaxer, with absolutely no attention paid to the excruciating pain in my hip and no answers about the ripping sensation. I hope I never have to set foot in that sorry excuse for a hospital again. Next time we have an emergency we’ll drive 30 minutes to Atlantic General. Take my word for it; unless you’ve been shot or stabbed and you’re bleeding out, don’t waste your time or money on PRMC. If I could give them negative stars, I would.Robert Schreiber⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedExcellent care. Good single rooms. Good food. WiFi.B Thomas If I could give negative stars I would. Was seen here while vacationing. I went into heart block, passed out and my pacemaker was malfunctioning. When I passed out I dislocated two fingers and my shoulder. After being in an ER Room for over an hour and a half I still hadn’t seen a doctor. With my heart condition I can take a turn for the worse real quick. I ended up going to a different ER. I was seen by a doctor within minutes. Shoulder was still dislocated and pacemaker was in fact malfunctioning. My blood pressure had started to drop. When the ER doctor found out I had already been to Peninsula Regional but hadn’t seen a physician in over 90 minutes he was very angry. Be careful going to Peninsula regional. They may make things worse instead of better.

FAQ: Frequent Questions

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◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Salisbury?

Yes, of course. The Peninsula Regional Medical Center is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.

◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?

Yes, of course. The Peninsula Regional Medical Center is open on holidays and also on Sundays.

◼️ What’s the address of the Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury

The full address is 100 E Carroll St, Salisbury, MD 21801, United States.

◼️ What’s Peninsula Regional Medical Center phone number?

The phone number of Peninsula Regional Medical Center is +1 410-546-6400. 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 38.361799 and a longitude of -75.5984691.

◼️ How much is it to go to the Peninsula Regional Medical Center?

The cost of visiting the emergency room of Peninsula Regional 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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