University of Minnesota Medical Center East Bank Reviews
Before you go to University of Minnesota Medical Center East Bank, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Minneapolis emergency room think.
Charlene CharlesThere were more negative than positive things that I experienced here as my first ER and overnight stay. Bad apples can and do ruin a bunch. I feel sorry for those staff that are a good. I hope they can secure alternative employment with another location. If you need help, I strongly recommend you go somewhere else. I will never be returning or referring anyone to this place.Dana D’AmicoIf I had known this ER is under construction, I would have chosen another location. Waited 3 hours to get a “room” which is actually a chair in a room without lights, split by a curtain to another patient a foot away, because they don’t have beds. Maybe 2 feet of space and no privacy door or curtain to outside hall. No room for an examination and light too dim to see. Nurse staff also needed to hand out blankets to the people in the waiting room because the temporary walls didn’t keep heat in, and on a subzero day the room felt about 40 degrees. Didn’t receive a thorough examination of my pain, but was given an NSAID that hasn’t worked for the past month and discharged still very much in pain (and moreso, from the NSAID).Sharon JohnsonDon’t go here. Long wait time, no treatment. Trust me. Daughter chest pains. No treatment. 3rd world treatment here. If I could give -0- stars, I would. Go somewhere you will get treated like a human being.Chloe Rand⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedDr. Wagner was fast and efficient . Fasted ER visit at 3 am on a MondayAmanda Erickson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedEvery time I’ve been here my team of doctors had been notified I was on the way and they took me right away. Amazing and efficient care, great doctors and nurses.ABC 123⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedRoomed immediately. Staff was caring. Special shoutout to George the Patient Transport employee who might be one of the nicest people ever. He even took the time to learn the patient name before coming in. Was kind and interactive with all in room, which he definitely wouldn’t have to be to be able to technically do his job, but you could see how even ancillary staff cared about the patient experience. Updated frequently by staff. Would use again if necessary.Dana Johanson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI brought my mom to the ED last Sunday. The ED is being remodeled so the wait times are longer, but the care was awesome!Stephen BolinMy girlfriend was sent here with luekemia to be admitted and had to wait in the ER for 8 hours with NO patient care not even a pillow before being admitted to a room.Victor Sobralske⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI was given incredible care by both nurses and Dr. Schmiechen that helped me. The treatment they gave me helped me go from inability to eat and swallow water (severe tonsillitis, mono and strep) to a path towards meaningful recovery in a short period of time. All involved were respectful and made me feel comfortable, and I always felt that my best interests were their priority. Thank you!Susan ZollmanSecurity staff rude and unprofessional. Had to wait while others who arrived after us were seen first and we had a critical situation. The nursing staff on the floor were great.Virginia Eckert⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI visited this emergency room two days ago with my partner who had severe tonsillitis, naturally accompanied by pain and anxiety. My partner was taken to a room immediately and the triage team worked quickly to help him feel comfortable and get him seen by the doctor. Dr. Schmiechen was compassionate and thorough and knew right away what the best course of action was. My partner felt well cared for and listened to by the doctor and the nursing staff. He left the hospital feeling a reduction in pain and with an action plan for continued improvement. Two days later and he is feeling radically better and back to eating and drinking normally. Thank you Fairview ER for such quality care!Jon DavisNot sure about this Hospital. On friday my girlfriend got sent home with a fever, ankle swollen, her CRP numbers in the 80’s. The doctor’s were horrible. But the nurse she had was awesome. I talked to a few people that i know in Allina health. They were not happy. I think my girlfriend should go somewhere else. Also the security sucks. My first day signing in on 5/25. The gentleman behind the counter told me that he can’t read my name. so i decided to write it bigger, and said i can’t read that name. That is my 2nd time there. There first time the security guard would not let me in to see my girlfriend. For some reason they thought i was bringing food for her. I knew she would be in for a week so i brought stuff. This last time she was in for a week. The same 2 jerks stopped us. They were going to call up. My girlfriend had a heyday and said he is here for me. Even though she had on her wrist bands and everything this els was out in the open for them to see.Rebecca KrasnenkovaI wish that there was an option for zero stars. Im here with my medically frail sister who has an infection from surgery and here we sit in the waiting room for 4 + hours with no indication of when she will be seen. Someone here with a broken finger was seen first and she is more serious. This is ridiculous. Worst experience ever with an ER.lady cadburyI went in with a severe cellulitis infection in my foot they refused to give me anything for pain. They could not agree how I should be treated. They sent me home with antibiotics which didn’t work the infection spread and I ended up going to another hospital which kept me for two weeks. Even the Er doctor at that hospital said the last place you went they really dropped the ball treating you. When one doctor says that about another doctor you know something got really messed up. Long story short if you want to lose a limb or maybe more than this is the ER for you. If you want real medical care go somewhere else.Cass MarkovichI will never return to this emergency room after my experience last week. I had some sores around my eye so I went into the emergency room since my primary doctor is connected to the Fairview Health Network. I waited 4 hours to be seen, understandable, it was Friday night and busy. When I was put into a room, the nurse came to take my vitals. She inserted the thermometer into my mouth and said “oooops”….she had not put on the plastic sterile cover. I was furious and said, “You put an unprotected rod into my mouth!!!!!” Her response,” We clean all our equipment here.”. I told the doctor what had happened when she came into the room and her response, “Our mouths are the dirtiest part of our bodies, I would be more concerned if it was some other location……..” I was completely discounted and I am still grossed out that a medical person had put an unprotected thermometer rod into my mouth and discounted my fears!!!! How incompetent and unprofessionalBrent AllisonWaited all night in ER, as hospital had no open bed. Patient was paid little attention, as this place is not setup to admit patience. Quality of physicians varied wildly.Elizabet WThis is THE WORST HOSPITAL in the world!!! Horrible and unprofessional. Predudice!!! The the security guards are BEYOND UNPROFESSIONAL AND ABUSIVE. This hospital disgusts me. NEVER go to this hospital!!!!Melinda MoranIn January I was hit by a car walking to my bus and got taken to this emergency room. They took an xray, said nothing was broken, gave me a 5mg vicodin, and sent me on my way. I couldn’t walk so I asked my husband to grab a wheelchair to get me to the car and the doctor had the nerve to ask me why I needed the wheelchair. I went to Summit Ortho Emergency Care clinic right away the next morning. MRI showed that the ligaments in my knee were shredded from the impact of the car and I needed surgery. I was in serious pain and could not walk when I went to this emergency room…they did nothing for me except charge me $500…ArjunI am now here waiting in a lobby for an hour and half and nobody called me. The doctor called almost 7 people who were arrived later than me. If it’s an ER and we r paying a lot then why did they show up late to call the patient.Michelle Pavlack⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThey took care of me in less then 2 hrs, I got in right away and and the staff was very sympathic to my pain. They relieved it before the xrays.Club KoAWorst clinic in minnesota hands down been here for 7 hours and still waiting for some stupid blood work. Will never ever come back here again!
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the University of Minnesota Medical Center East Bank Emergency Room in Minneapolis.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Minneapolis?
Yes, of course. The University of Minnesota Medical Center East Bank is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The University of Minnesota Medical Center East Bank is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the University of Minnesota Medical Center East Bank in Minneapolis
The full address is 500 SE Harvard St, Minneapolis, MN 55455, United States.
◼️ What’s University of Minnesota Medical Center East Bank phone number?
The phone number of University of Minnesota Medical Center East Bank is +1 612-273-2700. 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 44.9708503 and a longitude of -93.2309456.
◼️ How much is it to go to the University of Minnesota Medical Center East Bank?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of University of Minnesota Medical Center East Bank 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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