Before you go to Saint Vincent Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Worcester emergency room think.
John Zehring⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWe were ushered in upon arrival (checked-in on line) and attended to quickly. Saw PA within minutes, then a number of times again. Saw doctor at least twice as well as two nurses. They were compassionate, understanding, reaffirming, professional, thorough, and kind. Drove past 2 other ERs to get to St. V. We recommend St. Vincents Emergency Room highly and without reservations – would trust our lives to them!Maegan HollandI have always had a good experience at St Vincent’s and I love all my medical providers so I trust them. Today I left the ER crying. I came in with a cough so bad, diarrhea, vomiting, wasn’t eating for three day’s, and very much dyhrated. I was rushed back to a room and given a chest X-Ray which was negative. The doctor spoke to me for less then 3 minutes and told me it was viral and without listening to all the issues. Didn’t order anything for my cough, no IV, nothing except Zofran. When I questioned the nurse she said the doctor would be back and I waited but I was so upset I grabbed my stuff and left. I went out to the waiting room. The doctor came out and spoke with me her response was it wasn’t clinically indicated to give me an IV. I said I haven’t eaten or drink in 3 days. I said your not listening to any of my concerns and you spoke to me for 3 minutes before discharging me. I am sorry I work in the medical field she shouldn’t be a doctor. I saw doctor Shin Lai, MD. Then after calling my PCPs office immediately when I left they told me I should go down to another ER to be seen and get fluids. They said I wasn’t appropriately triaged. Sorry, just thought someone should know. Please learn to listen to your patients next time. Don’t read out of a text book. I hate writing a negative review and I love St Vincent’s but someone needs to speak to her.Paul Boultbee⭐️⭐️⭐️Saturday morning admission. Staff was friendly and proficient. Once inside care was as expected. It’s an ER and was full. Again staff were very professional and did their jobs. The ER and the hospital are run down, dirty. The one negative is the cleaning. It needs attention and visual room sweeps when a patient enters / exits. 3 stars as an as expected inner city health facility.Shelo BIf only the staff could yap less and work a little more! There was no reason for me to wait 15mns in the lobby while I was the only patient there when there was 4 staff in the triage!!!!Amanda LynchDO NOT go here if you have any other choice. I usually don’t write reviews for ERs but between my father’s many visits and now my fiance’s I have seen many and this is one of the worst. We arrived around 1:30am after spending 2 to 3 hours trying to stop my fiance’s facial bleeding. Thankfully it wasn’t gushing but he’d already tried everything we could find to stop the bleeding and it hadn’t even slowed. The waiting room was empty and he was brought to a hallway gurney fairly quickly. Right by the center nurses station. To be fair he was calm, not panicking, and hates to be a bother but he was left BLEEDING without another interaction with a nurse, orderlies or anyone. Again, we were right by the main desk and barely a look over our way if there even was one. The next person to speak to him was the who comes to get your insurance info to BILL you; this was at 3:45am. He had been holding pressure the entire time and thankfully the bleeding stopped just as she was filling the paperwork. She even made him sign it “because he came in” HE WAS SEEN BY NO ONE. He was never even offered a tiusse, clean piece of gauze, anything. He spent the entire time holding the toilet paper and paper towels I brought for the trip over. I have been to many ERs and this was the lowest level of care I have seen.Tasha Hayden-Stub⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Called ER after an hour at UMass to ensure they could take my son whom I was concerned had a burst appendix and was writhing in pain on the floor. In less than the time it took to make the drive over, he was admitted in a bed on meds for the pain and being monitored. Their ER looked pretty busy yet they were still able to show empathy and concern and I wasnt searched by three guards before I was allowed to enter the hospital. Time to look for a new primary for my son, I know where it will be now. Thank you St. Vs for remembering that health care is about the patient not the process.Danielle LagorceIf I could give negative stars I would. Went to emergency room at 8:30 a.m. for abominal/back pain and hives that I’ve had for a week. I was very taken aback by all the private information that was heard throughout the er as there is only curtains separating the “rooms”. The morning shift was pretty decent doing testing right away (blood and urine taken) given benadryl for hives, and said ultrasound was needed, I then waited 3 hours for someone to take me to ultrasound and in those 3 hours NO ONE checked on me. By the time I got back from ultrasound there was a new staff that was NOT friendly, compassionate or understanding of how sick I was feeling or anyone else for that matter. I was told I would be given Tylenol for the pain but they forgot about me and never came back. 2 1/2 hours later, after asking about the results from my ultrasound several times I was told by yet another new round of staff that it showed nothing so I need a ct scan. After another couple hours I was brought down to ct scan. I came back and was told it wouldn’t be too much longer for the results. After being in the er for 8 hours I was told there was nothing wrong with me and was given a prescription for ibuprofen and a antihistamine. Which I have at home and have been taking already. I’m not one to complain but this whole experience has given me reason to doubt the healthcare system of Massachusetts as this was the second er in 2 days and 5th doctor in a week of which none have answers. I ask you (doctors, nurses, personnel of hospital) would you allow this to happen to YOU or a family member? I would hope NOT. There was at least 3 people that were brought in by ambulance that I felt were not given swift medical attention for there very real serious conditions (ie. Blood clot, elderly fall, internal bleeding) and the fact that I know all this as well as their names and birthdays is very disturbing. As well as disturbing treatment there is NO safety measures taken (medal detectors, guards) which u mass does do after a nurse was stabbed in a worcester hospital not too long ago. Overall very unhappy! And scared to think what happens when actual emergencies happen as everyone was incompetent.Yasmin LeiteJust awful. I wasn’t even spoken to for the first hour inside the emergency room. They put me and many others on a bed in the hallway, where a bunch of personal information was constantly being said and overheard. Four hours after taking multiple tests and still no one talked to me about my results or next step. It got to the point where I had been there for so long and nothing happened I felt like I should’ve just dealt with my 101 fever at home.Linda BudzynskiThe lobby was disgusting and had only one woman at the front desk. The other women were just talking among themselves in the office and ignoring the line of people waiting to be admitted. When my father and I got to the secretary, she kept questioning if we spelled HIS NAME correctly, as if we made up a name. I did not even bother to step inside the facility because I would be frustrated with how things are managed there. Would certainly recommend avoiding that department, especially for an emergency situation.Johanna MThere advertising a fake system the online appoint maker for the er doesnt work when you go in so dont waste time making an appointmentBenjamin HinckleyThis place is the worst. They’ll continuously tell you you’re next on the list no matter what. Went there on back to back nights and front desk was rude and inconsiderate both times. Took 4 hours to be seen and even longer to be treated. I was held 4 hours after test results came in and it was determined exactly what prescription I needed. If I could give it negative stars I would.Heather Antetomaso⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWent here few days ago for a bad infection in my bladder never hsvehi felt so cared for upon arriving i had blood, urine, carscan . Thank you to all the doctors & nurses for all you do.gspotHorrible it’s only getting worst the nurses are rude the doctors just want to get rid of patients, my daughter was there vomiting blood and they were supposed to admit her but instead a new doctor that came from leominster only been there 1 month sent her home with 4 different acid reflux prescription we left not knowing what was causing the pain in her abdomen or why was she throwing up blood such a disappointment oh that was after I asked for a CT scan because he wanted to diagnose her with spasms s.o.b shouldnt even be working there I can go on and on about house keeping and all the police presence intimidating pts if you love your life stay the hell out of that hospitalMary Wolfe12 hours in ED. Waiting for bed upstairs 4 hours. Blonde nurse extremely rude and condescending. Not impressed with service at all.Walter OrtizMade a appointment and didn’t even ask for my confirmation number and I been waiting so what’s the reason to make a appointment for hospital
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Saint Vincent Hospital Emergency Room in Worcester.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Worcester?
Yes, of course. The Saint Vincent Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Saint Vincent Hospital is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester
The full address is 123 Summer St, Worcester, MA 01608, United States.
◼️ What’s Saint Vincent Hospital phone number?
The phone number of Saint Vincent Hospital is +1 508-363-5000. 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 42.2656542 and a longitude of -71.7969869.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Saint Vincent Hospital?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Saint Vincent 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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