Before you go to WakeMed Cary Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Cary emergency room think.
LoisD⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedExcellent Care! From the moment I walked in the emergency department I was acknowledged right away and the very pleasant employee took all of my information with kindness. Wade, P.A. saw the problem that brought me into the ED and took the time to go over my options. He was very caring and explained everything to me. I was in and out in 1hr 45 minutes and all around for something that I was very painful I actually had a good experience. Would recommend WakeMed Cary Hospital to everyone.Betty Donaldson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe staff was kind, seemed efficient, and prompt in doing the needed tests. Listening to us certainly made us feel cared for; they did this.Sharon T⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWe brought my cousin in following issues related to deconditioning following surgery. Although she initially showed no medical problems, the staff took the time to listen to family to see that her problems ran beyond what could be seen in a simple test – it took observation and digging deeper to realize what her real needs were. I work in an emergency room as a nurse in another county. Mary, Manuel, Mellissa and Amelie showed such compassion both for the patient and the family. We appreciate them listening, and despite the fact that they were busy, they responded cheerfully to every request for assistance. They gave the documentation of observations to help show the need for rehabilitation. They truly exemplified what it means to put the patient first.Alex WatsonThey sent my medical bill to a collections agency without even sending me a bill or even calling me…surprised this isn’t illegal.Amanda Constantinides⭐️⭐️I would NEVER go back here in an emergency, nor would I advise anyone else to. Ask the EMTs to take you anywhere else! My husband came by ambulance, and upon arrival, the woman at the front desk was incredibly rude and unhelpful. She should not be involved in a job that is public facing, especially one where she will be dealing with upset or traumatized people. I was worried about my husband receiving adequate care from the moment we arrived. At 9 months pregnant, I was required to push my bleeding, in shock husband around the ER in a wheelchair, and help him into the hospital bed myself. Despite my husband having a traumatic and painful table saw injury, there was NO sense of urgency from any of the staff. Most of them barely spoke to us or made eye contact. Treatment was slow, and we were not kept very informed of the treatment plan or prognosis. I am only giving two stars because the triage nurse was relatively nice to me, a random nurse helped me willingly when I got lost, and the ortho PA who stitched up my husband seems to have done a pretty good job (according to specialists we have seen post-ER visit). That being said, for a pretty severe injury, we never saw an actual MD and despite being in the ER for hours, we spent only minutes with the medical staff.Ronna YatesWhile we loved our birthing experience at the Women’s Center at WakeMed Cary we had a horrible experience at their Emergency Department, specifically with follow up and diagnosis. We were admitted on a Sunday evening with my 4 1/2 month old infant. He had been throwing up and diarrhea for 3 days and because our doctors office was closed, we were told to go to the ED. He came in with a temperature of 101, and was not admitted for an hour and a half. Once there, he was not given fluids or anti-nausea medicine until we asked for it. An x-ray was done and the radiologist on site suggested he may have Pneumonia. The ED Doc did not think it was likely Pneumonia but wrote us a prescription and told us that first thing in the morning a Pediatric Radiologist would read the scan and communicate with us via MyChart so we would know whether to give him the medicine/ next steps. He also said we could contact the follow up nurse immediately if he was sick again. We left the hospital, and in the morning my son was sick again and had a fever. At this point we had waited until 12 noon, and still had not heard about the x ray results. We called the follow up nurse, left messages, called the imaging department and NO ONE got back to us. It wasn’t until 2 days after that I received a message in our MyChart to call another number for results. We are talking about an infant here and I feel this type of treatment should be considered malpractice and negligence. Luckily, after speaking with some after hours nurses at our pediatricians office we were able to get him fluids via pedialite and see our Doctor the next day. Needless to say, this ED experience was completely unhelpful and the complete lack of follow up care leaves me no choice but to find another hospital to go to next time we need Emergency care.Monty Eberhart⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI was involved in a motorcycle accident on 5/19/19 and was transported to the Cary Wake Med Trauma Center ED. From there I was admitted to the ICU for 3 days as a result of 7 fractured ribs and a pneumothorax. The care I received in both the ED and the ICU was outstanding in all aspects. The staff were highly professional and compassionate. Unfortunately, I cannot remember all of the names of my caretakers but those that I do remember are Aldin from the ED, Berkeley, Melissa, Meridith, Pam (the floor nurse) and Pam, the unit Manager from ICU. They were all exceptional in their efforts to treat and care for me, and I am very grateful for their services. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like additional feedback. Monty Eberhart, Cary, NC.anandh manoharanWaited for more than 2 hours with 18 months old baby in emergency and no one showed up to check in .when we go check up on front desk she is so rude replying it’s not my duty to explain you … terrible experience and returned back because of these irresponsible people .. NEVER GO TO THIS EMERGENCY and Don’t call this facility as emergency care please. They are fast in filling up the insurance than taking care of the patient .Very bad medical facility which is suppose to be run by humanity not by money oriented people .Ali Al-Shamrani⭐️⭐️⭐️If you had to come here, you would wait foreverStephanie LynI hope in an emergency you never have to come to this location. The wait, the lack of intelligence, and the lack of urgency are so incredibly concerning. As a back story I broke my arm three weeks ago and went to Raleigh Orthopedic ER so when my husband broke his leg this week and Raleigh Ortho was closed, we had to come here because it was closest. So I have a little to compare it to. We got to the ER and while I pulled up immediately and was frantic, not a single person met us out side to help bring my husband in. I ran in, and not a single person got up to help. A visitor visiting another friend there ended up helping me get my husband out of the car and rolled in. (Thank you kind stranger). We ended up waiting over 30 minutes even though he was screaming out in pain and in tears. Finally went back and the lady was so confused and shocked by his pain that she had to ask for help. They were so short staffed/short rooms that he propped him up on a bed in the HALLYWAY!! No one came to help us initially yet all the nurses sitting behind their pretty computers just kept looking at him as he screamed in pain. Finally one nice nurse came over and took control, and I wish I got her name because she was so helpful. One of the nurses wanted to take his skate off, which even I know as a sports person you never take the shoe or skate off until you know what is going on. I couldn’t believe he suggested it, again the good nurse came over and said no way! Another nice nurse came over to sympathize with us as I’m in tears and my husband is in pain, and she ended up getting yelled at for spending too much time with us. Rude!! They eventually put him in a split, clearly the guy was new and really caused my husband pain. When he went to Cary Orthopedic two days later he said that the guy who put the splint on did it way too tight and was causing him more pain. Now several days later because of this and because of the swelling that was going on, he has blisters and cannot get surgery yet. It is scary how horrible of an experience we had and how people have to come here for far worse situations. Because of their lack of ability, attention, and knowledge my husband has to be put in unnecessary pain. Unfortunately I know in an emergency situation, you don’t have time to read reviews before going somewhere, but I hope someone in the organization sees this and can attempt to make changes.Empress TingHorrible service. I guess I got the black person treatment.Kevin-Luc⭐️⭐️Better than WakeMed Raleigh, but still one of the most disorganized, slowest ERs I’ve been too. Try to avoid it as best you can.Robert DaviesWhen my wife was discharged from WakeMed she was given a 15 page document containing her discharge instructions which were unreadable because their printer had run out on toner. When she asked for a readable copy she was told that was the best they could do so she would simply need to do without.John CiescoWent there for an eye issue, debris in the eye. Shockingly after waiting for an hour and no one showing up, I left on my own and went somewhere else. You’d think an eye with debris would be an emergency. Not sure how they define emergency anymore, guess you must be dead before they’ll see you.Ann Mahlitz⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe staff is pleasant and taking for good care of my husband who came in with stomach pain last night. The wait to be seen was minimal and they were very attentive and caring.William OgleThis is the worst emergency room I have ever been to…. ever.
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the WakeMed Cary Hospital Emergency Room in Cary.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Cary?
Yes, of course. The WakeMed Cary Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The WakeMed Cary Hospital is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the WakeMed Cary Hospital in Cary
The full address is 1900 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary, NC 27518, United States.
◼️ What’s WakeMed Cary Hospital phone number?
The phone number of WakeMed Cary Hospital is +1 919-350-8000. 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 35.7398186 and a longitude of -78.7821472.
◼️ How much is it to go to the WakeMed Cary Hospital?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of WakeMed Cary 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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