Before you go to Western Maryland Regional Medical Center, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Cumberland emergency room think.
Jesse HortonMy visit to the emergency room was last November. It wasn’t fast by any means but everything was taken care of in one day. I then got billed for $360 which I paid for. (I’m getting reimbursed for this as of December 2019) then they sent a bill over $1000 that was wrong, they revised it and it was still wrong. They told me they’d send a correct bill and they didn’t until 1 year later I have a bill for $1400 which I still don’t believe is right because I have new insurance. Whoever is doing the bills should be fired.Chris HardmanI waited 4 hour to be seen while having heart pain. The doctor only saw me for about 2 mintues. Like really ?yo joe⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedIn spite of the negative reviews, I went there for an issue, and it was the best ED experience. I was in and out within half an hour including the time I went to their pharmacy to have a script filled. Very fast, proficient, friendly, and caring place. They even called after a day or two to see how I was doing. I’d go back in a heartbeat.Matt Scarpelli⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedReally helped me out when I was in need, very thorough and caring. Highly recommend.marilyn bowmani went to this hospital after i had physical theropy and was in severe pain enough to the point i could hardly walk and they wouldnt do anything for me because i was in pain management , i wasnt asking for medication , i just wanted to know what was going on , at one point i have been told that if i fall down i can break my back , this is not the kind of treatment i deserve , i dont want your drugs i want treatment , isnt that what you are there for , not to tell me its out of your hands because im in pain manaement.Sherry MondshourThey couldn’t help me sent me home with life or death situationDoug RobinsonHorrible hospital!!!!! I went to the emergency room waited over an hour to get in a room then over 3 hours not to even see a doctor ….you are better off going to a walk in clinic for real the place is horrible do not go thereBRUCE TARBURTONGod awful experiences. I honestly suggest getting on a plane and flying to China or anywhere else in the entire world for treatment. It would be quicker to just do surgery myself then to come here. God awful hospital, if this wasn’t a small area they wouldn’t even exist. Elementary School nurses are more educated than the people who work here. If I ever find myself in pain in the future just know I’ll deal with it on my own before I go here and get completely screwed!HairstylingLizziiI have never liked this er. And I wished we had a better one closer to us!! Went in and sat there for an hour for a nurse or doctor or whatever to come in and tell my that my back pain is a pulled muscle and that I didn’t need an X-ray. You looked at me for no more than 5 seconds. You poked my back twice. How can you tell someone that their pain is a pulled muscle !? Without doing an X-ray or mri or anything !! I have even mentioned to them multiple times that my lumbar is straight as a board. I wanted an X-ray. To make sure that nothing worse has happened to my spine !! I hate this hospital. It is a joke !!!! So much lack of communication. And so much idiot people there.Bobby CookWent in for surgery and come out with 2 black eyes and blood dryed in my nose i got beat up from staff and when my wife seen this and tryed to do somthing they removed her from the property and then i had to call my good friend officer davie broadwater from cumberland police department to sign me out of the hospital because my next of ken was removed from the building so i woke up all alone and they told me everythingJim Sholtz⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI have been in the medical field for 25yrs. I was passing through on a long trip and was hit with a kidney stone. I was treated quickly with very knowledgeable staff. I was extremely great ful that far from home. They diagnosed my issue, medicated and cat scanned me thoroughly explained the issue and sent me on my way. We had another 5 hours of driving ahead of us in a terrible storm. Your staff was the bright spot.James M.Worthless they don’t care about the patients at all you might as well stay home and medicate yourself!Alison ReichertThe ER is slow and not accommodating. Came in for a kidney stone and it took over an hour for pain medication that didn’t even do anything. Ridiculous. Waiting on x-ray results in severe pain. People are so mean. There is no reason for someone to suffer like that. We will drive to Keyser next time. I hate this place. They didn’t even have fluids hooked up. IdiotsLuke PorterThe absolute worst hospital experience I have ever had. I came into the ED with a 5″ long and 1″ deep laceration on the bottom of my foot that I got from something in the Potomac river. Back story, I came in from Delfest (musical festival held in Cumberland) and fell into the river while trying to do repairs to a rope swing. The nurses asked me multiple times, almost in an accusatory way, if I was on drugs- which I wasn’t. It took over an hour to receive any pain medication, an hour and a half to get the X-ray to determine the presence of foreign bodies in the wound or if the foot was broken. Then they had a tech clean out the wound, which was about the only good thing of the visit. After he “finished” cleaning the doctor came in and gave it a half-assed glance and moved straight into stitches which were awful because of the location. After he finished he told me that they would be giving me a walking boot and that I would be discharged and would have to pick up my medicine the next day. The whole time I was there I was not put on any antibiotics and I was prescribed a low grade antibiotic to take after leaving. When I stood up to leave it became immediately apparent that I was not going to be able to walk due to pain and swelling in my foot and I had to tell the nurse to give me crutches, which she was reluctant to do because the doctor hadn’t prescribed them. Let me emphasize that- I came in for a suspected broken foot, an enormous laceration in the bottom of my foot that occurred in a very dirty environment, received 14 stitches in the bottom of my foot from just above heel to mid pad and the doctor didn’t think that I needed pain medicine or crutches and prescribed the antibiotic you would get for a minor cut. Needless to say here I am a week later, foot got infected so I had to go to see the urgent care at my local hospital for them to give me an IM antibiotic shot, IV antibiotics, and prescribe me a heavier dose of oral antibiotics. Because of the swelling caused by the infection all but 3 of the stitches ripped through the skin and so I’ve had to purchase steri-strips to hold the wound closed. To provide validation: I’ve been in the medical field for 10 years as a combat medic with the Army, I’ve worked in clinics and I’ve worked in hospitals as well as deployed environments. I was one of 5 patients in the entire ED that night on my arrival and they had two doctors along with a host of nurses and support staff. I’m not complaining to complain, I’m writing this in hopes that the right person at the hospital reads it and can effectively affect change in their treatment of patients.stacy sweeneyWent to the Er a few weeks ago with chest pains. Have a cardiac history of pericarditis.. the ekg showed inverted t waves and asked me if I’ve been told this before I told them no I haven’t. Offered to give them the number where I’ve had ekgs and stress tests n the past but refused because the PA said it takes to long to get the records. Which is bs because I worked n the medical field for years before I was disabled. I call that laziness on there part. I was there for 6 hours… and you really think it would take longer to get my records?! I don’t think so. About a week before I took my partner to the Er and I think what got me the most is the RN’s that check the patients in in the Er was talking trash about patients and where I could hear. That’s very unprofessional. A patient walked by who clearly didn’t have a lot and one said to the other that they was disgusting. Seriously?!? Just because someone clearly doesn’t have what you have… is stereotyping others and being judgmental. I am not a fan of this hospital to say the least.Matthew KohnThe hospital is owned and ran by un- American Communists
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center Emergency Room in Cumberland.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Cumberland?
Yes, of course. The Western Maryland Regional Medical Center is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Western Maryland Regional Medical Center is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center in Cumberland
The full address is 12500 Willowbrook Rd, Cumberland, MD 21502, United States.
◼️ What’s Western Maryland Regional Medical Center phone number?
The phone number of Western Maryland Regional Medical Center is +1 240-964-7000. 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 39.6474253 and a longitude of -78.7327249.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Western Maryland Regional Medical Center 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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