Before you go to Stamford Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Stamford emergency room think.
Sabrina Pinheiro⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAs a physician, to be a patient is a totally different experience for me. They had a great service, friendly and helpful. Thank you for the assistance (Sarah, PA and the whole crew)Joe Linguini⭐️⭐️Don’t go there unless you have no other choice!!! Sat my wife right in front of the man entrance with all the ambulance people coming in and out, for a few hours or so after she was taken there by ambulance, shaking, shivering, in terrible pain etc. I saw a room that came available and they still left her in the hall. My friend bought her Mother there recently complaining of chest pain, they didn’t even put a heart monitor on her until around two hours later!!very scary!! Go to another hospital!! The only reason I have two stars is because some of the nurses were nice.Eddye MartinezPeople is nice bud take to long about 3 hours of wait compared to Greenwhiich hospital were time is about 10 to 15 minutesDavid Cooper⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedTop notch Doctors and support staff ! After a trip and fall i was taken by ambulance to the Stamford Hospital Emergency room. The attending doctor, Tony, gave me compassionate care and correctly diagnosed my issue. He arranged for an X-ray and MRI which conformed his initial thoughts. They even arranged for a turkey sandwich ! I hope not to need ER services soon but would highly recommend this hospital.BARRY DRAYSON⭐️⭐️⭐️Wonderful facility and highly professional staff but… Of… How slowly they move. Be prepared to WAIT.Danielle QuilliganAfter my 3rd ER.visit in 8 months and AGAIN the ER not treating or giving me a proper diagnosis. I WILL NOT be going back to this facility again. Save your life and head to Greenwich Hospital which is now owned by Yale New Haven. This visit with a 102 fever, severe infection and severe infection induced arthirtis.. the diagnosis is fever of unknown origin and they prescribed tylenol. Thanks for NOTHING Stamford. Hey ER Docs.. the whole floor of patients can hear you when you announce to the nurses that you “are going to clear it out and just discharge everyone”… how about doing your job instead. Disgusted to hear the nurses talking about the patient with poison ivy across the hall from me and how none of them were going to go near him and treat because he was so bad. They literally refused. The guy was crying saying my doctor gave me prednisone, benadryl and hydrocodone and he was now bleeding everywhere and the doctor says well there is nothing we can do for you, wait until Monday and follow up with your primary care… don’t you take an oath to treat? It’s not an oath to bill and leave untreated so you can bill again.Lisa MartinezI got into a car accident. I was asked to come off the stretcher in a neck brace, foam splint and no ability to put pressure on my left leg to be placed in a wheel chair. There I waited in the TRIAGE WAITING AREA (along with the man who caused the accident) , 2hours and 45 minutes to be seen by the very nice, ER PA. By the time I was seen, my leg was so swollen that it felt like my leg was going to burst open. I spent a total of 7 hours in ER.Amanda EdwardsThis ER is horrific for both pediatric and adult patients. My first horrible experience was showing up with my 6 month old son, who was having an allergic reaction to peanuts. This was my first experience with an allergic reaction, but he was swollen and vomiting. We arrived and checked in, then waited in the waiting room before being triaged for at least 30 minutes, during which time he vomited again. The nurse finally did a triage, then we waited another 45 minutes before a doctor came saw him. Once the doctor saw him, she said “oh, if I had seen him an hour ago when he was having two systems of an allergic reaction (gastro and skin), I would have given him a shot of epinephrine.” Umm… I was HERE an hour ago when he was having that reaction. He was 6 months old! How could someone not triage him??? The place was empty! Then, this week, my au pair began having neurological symptoms followed by nausea and a headache. I took her to Tully where they did a neurological test, which she passed, but they said she needed to go to Stamford ER for more tests to rule out more serious issues. That said, it seemed pretty clear from the scope of her symptoms that this was a migraine. Still, on the safe side, follow dr orders. Took her in (they were supposedly “waiting” on her), it took at least 6 hours before they did the CT scan, then I had to ask for someone to come give the results. Her drip wasn’t working the whole time, so I had to leave her to go get my kids while she got fluids and meds. She called me hours later and said now they wanted to rule out a blood clot, although none of her symptoms were consistent with a blood clot and she had no family history of a blood clot in addition to a personal history of migraines. I told her I didn’t think she should bother at that point, because the US runs needless tests. Little did I know the ER was going to discharge her with no medication to manage her migraines. When a second one occurred less than 36 hours after discharge, I called to follow up to get a prescription for nausea at least because she couldn’t keep down pain meds. They told us she refused an MRI and would have to come back in. At this point, she was dangerously dehydrated so we no choice and against my better judgement I took her back to Stamford. She went in, had the MRI, low and behold no blood clot, and discharged with only meds to help with nausea, nothing for the migraines themselves. Thanks for nothing. Compare this to Greenwich ER where I went a few months ago for vertigo and had phenomenally attentive and comprehensive care. I will never under any circumstances go to Stamford again, I will always go to Greenwich.Monica CourtneyI had a minor surgery at the Tully center. Later on the day I had a reaction to the sedation. I came here for help. The intake person yelled at me and bullied me so I had to pay $40 for an uber to and from Norwalk hospital. This guy was dangerous. You can’t get in and out of here in less than 4 hours.sho ATook 6-7 hour for 2 ivy fluid and 1 order of CT scan and a EKG for diahrra and dehydration symptom. Mario JacksonBeautiful hospital but that’s about it. The emergency room staff doesnt care & will probably let you die.Brian Benjamin⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedIdk about the service, but this is the nicest hospital I’ve physically been in. New and modern.marc riveraI am hurt with my belly swollen cause an old surgery and the woman was rushing me and telling me to get off the wheelchair and to walkSelena HernandezHopeline had sent me here for them to check me!!! I had a miscarriage and I went in to the e r and they call me up and the nurse asks me what’s wrong I tell her and she asks if there’s any bleeding or pain I say no.. So there’s another nurse (male) in the room and says to me why did they sent you here? What are we supposed to do? ( in a sarcastic way) I look at them and say I had a miscarriage, he says to me we don’t know what to do if you don’t have any bleeding or pain , well the only thing is to do another ultrasound and see? I immediately left that emergency room it’s unbelievable!!!! They better not send me a bill because I wasn’t even checked by no doct!!!Mona MitriTerrible! The wait is unacceptable. One of the nurses is so rude and needs serious people training. She should not be in healthcare.Anistonnatalia@yahoo.com Cositav1The worst pediatriciansdolores perez(Translated by Google) Sorry but if you do not want your life visit this hospital, I have been three times in this emergency room. I hope never to return in my life here there is no respect for the human being they don’t care about the patient. As it is possible that I go with a super inflamed knee and a horrendous pain make you RX they take you liquid tea they give Percocet and they send you at 10 minutes alone to your house, knowing that you walk alone at 4 days takes me an ambulance because my problem Worse the same again, they take blood and liquid samples and the ones in the room never take it and then they charge it to the insurance, they apply morphine for the pain in 20 minutes made to the street alone. And they put pressure on you to leave the emergency room and on a pair of crutches my God nobody can do anything where you have to go and stay that is not having respect for the lives of others there is no compassion or professionalism a true lie of beings Human is this place. (Original) Sorry pero si tú no quieres tu vida visita este hospital, he estado tres vences en esta sala de emergencia . Espero no volver jamás en mi vida aquí no hay respeto hacia el ser humano a ellos no le importa el paciente . Como es posible que vaya con una rodilla súper inflamada y un dolor horrendo te hagan RX te sacan líquido té dan Percocet y te envién a los 10 minutos sola a tu casa.sabiendo que andas sola a los 4 días me lleva una ambulancia porque mi problema empeora lo mismo de nuevo té sacan muestras de sangre y líquidos y los de en el cuarto nunca se lo llevan y luego lo cobran al seguro, me aplican morfina para el dolor en 20 minutos te hecha a la calle sola. Y te ponen presión para que deje el cuarto de emergencia y en un par de muletas Dios mío nadie puede hacer nada donde hay que ir y quedarse eso es no tener respeto por la vida de los demás no hay compasión ni profesionalismo un verdadero yazco de seres humanos es este lugar.
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Stamford Hospital Emergency Room in Stamford.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Stamford?
Yes, of course. The Stamford Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Stamford Hospital is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Stamford Hospital in Stamford
The full address is One Hospital Plaza, Stamford, CT 06902, United States.
◼️ What’s Stamford Hospital phone number?
The phone number of Stamford Hospital is +1 203-276-7777. 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 41.054083 and a longitude of -73.552239.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Stamford Hospital?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Stamford 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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