UC Health West Chester Hospital (West Chester Township)

Type Emergency Room (ER)
City West Chester Township OH
State Ohio
Address 7700 University Dr
Phone number +1 513-298-3000
Website uchealth.com View
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Where is the UC Health West Chester Hospital – Emergency Room?

UC Health West Chester Hospital 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
Although this is the hours, please feel free to call the UC Health West Chester Hospital phone number to confirm.

UC Health West Chester Hospital Reviews

Before you go to UC Health West Chester Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this West Chester Township emergency room think.

Zach Sprinkle Good luck. I suggest you spend 4 hours watching the nurses and receptionists cough into their hands, touch their faces, and touch stuff to pass the time 🙂 zero stars. Edit: 5 hours still in the waiting room..Cheryl Lovelace I had one of the coldest and most condescending nurses I’ve ever dealt with in the ER on January 28th, 2020. She had a combative attitude from the moment she stepped in my daughter’s room. She told us she had 25 years of experience….. Hey Nancy, maybe you need to follow up with some continuing education for compassion. Never once even asked if she needed a blanket. I found her a sheet myself. Smh……pitiful.G⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedFirst went to Mercy in fairfield because it was closest they told me 3 to 4 hr wait i was bleeding.. pretty bad, however UC ! had no wait not only that treated me with since of urgency. That one should receive. The surgeon did the evacuate on my wound. He was excellent ! and a nurse named Jag. She was very good to me so was everyone. And i appreciate it.DL Miller This is the second time in 18 months I’ve gone to this ER for the same issue (my family physician sent me there each time). First time was a typical 5-hour experience, but they helped me by performing a simple procedure. This time, it was an 8+ hour nightmare. It was 2:00 on a weekday, but the ER was crowded. The wheelchairs were all taken (first clue), but my husband helped me to the check-in. I heard the desk guy begging a nurse for rooms for 2 patients with chest pain–one had open heart surgery, the other was on nitro at home. The nurse said ‘there are no rooms yet.’ We should have gone elsewhere, but I was very sick, weak and in a lot of pain. We sat (there’s no place to lie down or recline). It was freezing, the chairs were dirty, the support in them breaking down, one of only two bathrooms was out of order, someone was vomiting into a bag, kids were crying, and some people were wearing masks. After 20 mins I was called back, they took my vitals, said nothing to eat or drink, and sent me back out! An hour later they called me back, took blood and sent me back out again! After 3 hours, my husband approached the desk, told them that everyone who had arrived before us had been taken back plus several others who arrived after us. The desk guy said they ‘take people back based upon urgency.’ My husband pointed out someone who arrived an hour after us and had gone outside 4 times to smoke and stand around laughing, had already been taken back. The guy said we’d ‘have to wait our turn.’ Husband calmly said ‘But we’ve been here over 3 hours and my wife is really in pain–when is it our turn?’ The guy raised his voice and said, “SIR, DO YOU WANT ME TO CALL SECURITY?” (!) My mild-mannered husband responded, ‘All I’m saying is you seem to be taking ambulatory patients through one door and wheelchair patients through another. My wife is really sick–maybe you could put her on the wheelchair list, since she can barely walk’ and he walked away. It was very upsetting. About 20 minutes later they took me back. The nurse was nice enough and tried to make me comfortable on the gurney, then set an IV. When Dr. David Thompson finally arrived he seemed aloof and uncaring. He briefly checked me out and didn’t seem to listen to what I told him about this being a repeat issue and what they’d done before that helped. He insisted on a CT scan with contrast, again, despite my telling him I’d had one the first time, which was normal. I was too weak to argue. An hour later they took me for the scan. It took 2 hours to get the results–negative. The nurse said they’d need a urine sample–really? I hadn’t had any fluids for 8 hours and was already dehydrated because of my illness! He was stunned to see they hadn’t hooked any fluids up to my IV, despite telling them I was dehydrated. I managed a very small sample. More waiting. The doctor came back and said he wasn’t going to do the procedure they had done before (which had helped immediately), but instead send me home with a prescription med that would get the same result EVENTUALLY. I told him I couldn’t keep anything down, but to no avail. I think it was too inconvenient to do the procedure–much easier to send me packing with a prescription. So 8 1/2 hours of hell, then 3 more days waiting for the prescription to work (took that long to keep enough medication down). I followed up with my doctor who seemed stunned that I was not prescribed an antibiotic for the infection that showed up in the blood test & CT scan, and that they hadn’t addressed the dehydration that the urine test indicated. I got a $6,000 bill for the ER, the useless CT scan, and the physician’s bill. As I was taken to a room, my husband had asked the woman why the place was so packed. She said it was always that way lately–they were supposed to build an entire new wing for the ER, but it never happened. She thought is was because of money. I don’t know if that’s accurate, but I know we will never go to UC West Chester ER again!Koralyn Young⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedOther than losing doctors to other professions in their trade or out of state, I’ve had a 90% good overall time at this hospital. Surgical procedures have been quick and easy.Victor Ukaegbu This is the worst place for anybody to come to Pls if you dont want to pass out. Dont come here. The nurses are uncaring, the have no regard for patients. They are unresponsive to call lights. They dont monitor nothing. They just leave you on the bed and that is all. Very horrible place.Sherry Brown Everything that’s said about them that is bad is true don’t ever go there unless you’re dying literally pieces of s*** even if your doctor sends you there tell them hell noGinny Moore⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI went to the ER yesterday when my BP spiked while I was being prepared for a same day procedure at the surgical center. Everyone was very nice, very professional and concerned. I was looked at by a nurse right away and not ten minutes later I was taken back to a room. I don’t understand these reviews at all. I had a completely different experience. I wish I lived closer to this hospital, I would most definitely go here everytime I needed emergency help. Thanks so much to everyone who assisted me yesterday.Jacob Bria If I could give it no stars-I would! I arrived around 2 pm on a Friday with severe abdominal pain, fever, elevated BP. After waiting for an hour, I approached the front desk and let them know that I was getting short of breath and now having chest pain. I was told “we’re doing the best we can.” I get that they are busy-but the triage nurse should know the tall tale signs of appendicitis. My parents came to the hospital and we left and went to Bethesda Butler where I was taken back immediately in the ER, admitted and had emergency surgery to remove my appendix.Cincy Girl Waited 2 hours- husband had a total knee replacement and his BP shot up, he was tachycardiac, and a 101 temp. I was concerned about his heart and bp mostly. The staff said they were busy and Judy let everyone sit 2 hours- I saw a man bleeding and another woman throwing up non-stop in bathroom. The staff did not come out once to check on anyone. We finally left and 2 hours when our surgeon called and told us to meet him at Fort Hamilton ER. My husband had a DVT. He was admitted into hospital also because he was having PVCs. I’m disgusted by the lack of care or respect West Chester showed anyone.Dean Sawadeh If I have a way to give less than a star I would…Worst hospital ever 2 hours in the triage And no one came in What a horrible service. This place makes billions of dollars yet still don’t want to take care of people Shame on you. I don’t recommend them at all 05/01/2018…Jennifer Ireton We went to@uchealthwestchesterhospital for help for a broken tooth and swollen foot and when asking for the patient advocate to file a complaint was escorted out by security and given a trespassing warning while we were both patients. Horrible people. Staff are rude disrespectful unhelpful and downright nasty. Don’t worry we won’t be back to trespass again. Saw a guy with chest pain, shortness of breath, sweating, red, gasping, holding a bag of heart medication sit for over a half hour in the waiting room while the receptionist played on her phone. He was asking other patients in the ER waiting room to call 911 and tell them he couldn’t breathe when we were kicked out without treatment.r m ER wait is forever. Even if you are dying out of pain. Staff is inconsiderate and slow.

FAQ: Frequent Questions

Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the UC Health West Chester Hospital Emergency Room in West Chester Township.

◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of West Chester Township?

Yes, of course. The UC Health West Chester Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.

◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?

Yes, of course. The UC Health West Chester Hospital is open on holidays and also on Sundays.

◼️ What’s the address of the UC Health West Chester Hospital in West Chester Township

The full address is 7700 University Dr, West Chester Township, OH 45069, United States.

◼️ What’s UC Health West Chester Hospital phone number?

The phone number of UC Health West Chester Hospital is +1 513-298-3000. 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 39.3574597 and a longitude of -84.368163.

◼️ How much is it to go to the UC Health West Chester Hospital?

The cost of visiting the emergency room of UC Health West Chester 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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