Before you go to Willis-Knighton Pierremont, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Shreveport emergency room think.
Megan Whitener⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedJust recently had a surgery here and was the absolute best team of nurses ever!! They did everything they could to make sure I was comfortable. One of the OR nurses brought me more blankets as we went into the OR because she seen me shivering. The nurses in recovery were so nice and helpful!Dwain Ashlock⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe er staff was amazing, the Dr. and both of the nurses were some of the best I’ve dealt withHannah Barber⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWent in yesterday thinking my water had broke, it had not just yet, but the staff were all so nice and professional. From the second I walked in. As soon as I walked into the ER, a young man had a wheel chair for me. The ladies in labor and delivery were excellent. They made me feel comfortable the whole time I was there. Knowing I will have such sweet nurses when I deliver my second son makes the thought of delivery a lot less scary.Ticia JuneauMy parents have both been in WK hospital. They are way under staffed and some of the nurses are just down right lazy. Rude! This hospital spends more $ buying up other stuff for tax write-offs, instead of tending to the patients with top quality nursing and Doctors!Mary Kittling⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedEmployees in ICU are Great!!! Very Passionate about there Patients Thanks so much for all that you doYasmine YoungThey are all over the place I been here for over two hours waiting for a bump on my ear I am highly upsetDee MicheleJason Mook misdiagnosed my husband with Colitis after doing blood work and an xray and finding a huge mass of inflammation in his lower right abdomen. He told my husband to see his primary doctor, which my husband had already explained that the doctor did not have any available appointments for another 3 months. He was prescribed pain meds and antibiotics but by the time it all ran out, my husband could not walk. He was throwing up, couldn’t eat or drink. He ended up seeing a gastroenterologist who was kind enough to have him come in because they could hear how much pain he was in over the phone. The gastroenterologist only placed her hand where the pain was and knew he was suffering from appendicitis. Google even told me it was appendicitis before we got the Colitis diagnosis from Jason Mook. My husband could have died. The gastroenterologist ended up calling a different Willis knighton location and made sure they knew my husband needed treatment right away & ensured they would not release him until he was completely better. Even the doctors at the other WK location treated him like he was exaggerating about the pain he was in and of course asking why he didnt go to his primary doctor. No one seemed to understand that it was right after Thanksgiving when doctors are usually backed up with appointments for 3 months. Once they confirmed he had appendicitis, everyone’s attitude changed and they couldn’t seem to figure out how he was able to function with a ruptured appendix for so long. Jason Mook was not the first “doctor” to misdiagnose him at WK. Another doctor told him he had a stomach ulcer. Other doctors couldn’t figure out how they missed such an easy diagnosis. Please understand the last place we wanted to go was an emergency room. But in an EMERGENCY, isnt that where we’re supposed to go? And of course we’re billed through the roof for these visits that could have very well cost my husband his life.kathryn davenport⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedNice clean and outstanding employeesSweet GoddessIf I could give no stars at all I would. This hospital is not good for your loved ones. I will not go into details but if you care about your life, you need to go elsewhere. It’s saddening that we as people cannot trust people that are suppose to help us heal. Talk to God before you check into this hospital. Always get a second and 3rd opinion on watever is going on with you and make sure you never leave your loved ones by their self if they are in this hospital.Henry Princehouse⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedTook great care of my mother when she broke her hip.Patricia NelsonIf I could give this dept one star I would. At first I was put in a room quickly. Had nurses attending to me. Then it goes downhill. The doctor walks in asks me what’s wrong, I explain, He says lemme see your teeth. I say I’d rather not. (I’m somewhat embarrassed of a tooth pblm I have in the front) and his reply. “What you have meth mouth or something” then leaves the room. Lab ppl come in. Take my labs. Then I never see anybody else until I’m discharged. Nothing I was concerned about was addressed. Nothing. They didn’t even take my urine. It stayed on the counter the whole time. Needless to say. I sat in that room and cried. Very unprofessionalJulie S.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedTook my adult daughter late last night to WKP ER. I’ve never dealt with such an incredible ER staff before. They were slammed busy but no chaos, everything under control and everyone friendly. They LISTENED to us, took us seriously, and didn’t just play off her symptoms as a virus. In fact, the dr told us to seek further help. I’ve dealt with good staffs at the other WK’s before, but this one outdid themselves.Jackie Johnson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI have never had an issue here. They’re the best docs around. Much more competent than other hospitals.Ada KiGainesI will never return to this hospital. I went yesterday because as I was making lunch I got a bad pain in my chest, lightheaded, numbness in my hands and arms and was having breathing trouble. I get there, get taken straight to the room….that’s where it went down hill, I’m trying to give them the papers from my cardiologist and they didnt seem interested, and I told them my arms and hands were numb, my husband felt them and they were like ice cubes, well the guy trying to put an iv in didnt care when I told him just putting the tourniquet on hurt really bad from the numbness. Well I’ve never had trouble getting iv or blood drawn, but I was in the most pain I’ve ever felt and I’m sitting in the bed crying and every staff member in that room disregarded my cries asking him to stop because it was hurting, then he kept saying he blew the vein because the blood was coming anymore but kept trying to get blood, while I’m still crying for him to stop. While this is going on the “dr” comes in and was like what has you so worked up, I told him I’m not worked up I’m in pain from what the guy was doing. Then while he can see I was in pain asked why I was there, and I tried to calm myself long enough to tell him snd before I could he waived his hand like hurry up already. Then he acted like I was lying about having childhood cancer, didnt want to hear any of my concerns, and never examined me, just said its anxiety. Sent a nurse to give me an adivan shot, came back an hr or so later said I looked fine. I told him my hands and arms were still numb and he once again saud its anxiety snd even my husband stated that I clearly wasnt anxious, the dr brushed it off left the room and 15mins later the discharge nurse came in and gave me discharge papers, and rx for heartburn and allergy meds. Both of my arms are severely bruised from their horrible iv/blood draw people, and I’m honestly scared to go back to a hospital. How can multiple staff stand in a room seeing a patient in pain begging and staff member to take the needle out because something isnt rught and its causing significant pain and noone does anything. And then all my symptoms got discounted. Just a horrible hospital.Derek Smith⭐️⭐️⭐️Had to visit emergency because of an accident my wife endured. Triage and admissions were great and we were taken right away. However when the ER doctor came in he literally spent 10 seconds in the room, he did not exam the injury, put his stethiscope on my wife twice and the left. This ER was not busy. VERY disappointed in this waste of money.Staci SmithUse to be the best now they are becoming another University Health….And I will never go back to South. They treated me like I was nothing and the nurse didn’t care at all, once I get her name I will be reporting her.Ashley McWilliamsMy husband took my 3yo in to the ER. His lymph nodes were swollen to the size of golf ball. Which, is quite large on some one so little. The doctor came in looked at his ears and throat and declared it was just a common cold, There was nothing he could do, and left the room. The nurse or his PA came back in to administer an oral steroid. My husband asked for an explanation on why a cold would make us nose swell so much. His response was, oh, he didn’t go over that with you? He didnt offer an explanation either. My son was discharged, of course after we paid the $150 co-pay. This was Saturday night. On Monday morning I took him to his pediatrician. Her first thought was mumps, but he has been vaccinated, so she did a throat swab and blood work. She also, looked at his ears, he had bilateral ear infections and Strep throat. I’m am so furious, the ER doctor didn’t catch any of this. I understand strep is not Er worthy. But we didn’t know what would cause such large nodes. My son could have been on antibiotics already and getting better. Plus the $150 we paid to be totally dismissed. Take the time to drive the extra 5 mins to go down the road to Christus- highland. I have tried to contact the hospital with complaint. But no call back and few rude receptionists.Anne B.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe staff at Willis Knighton Pierremont Stroke Ward is incredible! The head ward nurse, the doctors, nurses and assistants were attentive, diligent, patient, knowledgeable, kind, -everything you would pray for in a hospital situation! Also, the hospital was very clean and bright. I highly recommend them! The emergency room was quick, efficient, and very knowledgeable! Again-everything you would hope for. Side note: As for any hospital/emergency situation, don’t forget to be honest with your caregivers-the more information they have, the faster they can help you get well! This negative situation was turned into a positive one because of the help of WKP staff.Craig RiceI am writing this cause I have been taken to the ER 3 times in the last 2 years for siezures. First 2 times shumpert highland and last time to WK Piermont. Both ER and staff were grate. Went to Piermont because Shumpert wasnt accepting patents. The service was great. And alot faster than shumpert. How ever their claim fileing/billing department needs some edumacation. Cause i never heard a word from shumpert. BUT WK needed third party insurance form and couldnt get it paid for. this is why today i am being seen at shumpert highland ER. For something in my eye. I dont want to deal with the hassle.Michael Burt⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy grandmother is in the hospital and their taking really great care of her which I really do appreciateL CobbMy wife went to the e.r. here for pain reiief from acute pancreatitis. She was in agony like few people have known. Doctor gave her something equivalent to tylenol 4 which did nothing for her pain. Was told if that doesn’t help, too bad, call your family doctor in theorning. The family doctor had told her to go to the ER earlier in the evening. These people won’t treat intracable pain. They will treat a person like they are only looking to get high on drugs when there is clear evidence of a severe medical issue. Absolutely despicable behavior. And We do have good insuranceMike Shea⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI was making a delivery to hospital, the people were friendly and helpful.Marika RoumerI was in excruciating pain and the staff was extremely rude and uncompassionate. They did not completely treat me and made it as though I was inconveniencing them. To be in such a vulnerable state such as needing medical attention and to be treated so poorly is emotionally damaging. My nurse along with some of the staff are with no doubt in my mind in the wrong profession. They should never to be trusted in the care giving field. I could not wait to leave so much so that I signed myself out still in bed if medical attention. The entirety of the subpart treatment was extremely stressful and aggregated my condition further.Hadi AlNever answer the phone to pay the bill and when someone answers they are super rude. They will do the best to milk your insurance. Always get ready for that MRI. I am glad I have insurance.M SDr was rude and didn’t treat me after I told him I could not take the medicine he wanted to give me. Instead he was condescending, told me to take the pain meds I was already on (mind u they were not helping, there for I was at the er) and said the benedryhl and compezine was enough to fix what ever was hurting my back and cure my migraine h/a of 3 days. But he was not going to prescribe anything other than toradol and since I already said no, he wasn’t giving me anything for pain. So now. Day 4 of pain!andy modicaMy wife has had severe abdominal pain for 4 days. She knows what pain is, since she lives with chronic pain due to autoimmune disease. We get to WK last night at 2am and waited in an empty waiting room for 30 minutes After waiting another 3 hours for a CT scan the idiot doctor sends us home with a constipation diagnosis. This was after 2 morphine doses. How stupid am I.Thomas A⭐️⭐️⭐️We have been here for almost 2 weeks. Doctors don’t communicate, lots of young and inexperienced nurses, noone gets in a hurry to help, the E.R. is slow and more worried about counting visitors than helping (I had to fetch wheelchair, emory basins, etc b/c they had done their job by counting guest in the room). Some od the nurses and staff need to learn common courtesy.Richard MonkDon’t think about bringing someone you care for here.i have been running 102-104 spitting up yellow,green mucas.They gave me some syrup.i googled it,nothing in it fights infection of any kind.Sad excuse for hospital..I have had rattling in my chest for 6 mos.Dr Jason Mook didn’t learn much.I wonder how many people died under his non- Caring self.Drive to Dfw,Kathi HarperMy daughter had her 2nd child at this hospital. Her Dr was concernrned about postop hemoorage and she went for 9 hours without seeing her nurse. When she did come in she made an ecxcuse for not being able to come in. She did not physically check her. Tbere was no hourly rounding. The L& D dept was amazing, but after that the care was sub par. Luckily I am a nurse and l took care of her. The post dellvery care was non existent. Shame on you.Shanudra WhiteHad a bad experience here, and from the looks of the bad reviews, the people in charge really don’t care to make changes, nor do they care for your health or your love ones heath, they might as well post a sign outside there entrance doors stating “enter at your own risk”.Marquitta RogersI have been sitting here for hours with my 8 year old who has broken her arm. There were 3 people here before us that’s it and I’m still sitting here. My daughter is in tears and they won’t give any meds I have seen a ton of nurses walk by here and yet no one seems to be going to the back except those who came in ambulances. When I asked for help I was very rudely helped. Smh this is ridiculous and continues to get worse but that’s what happens when money matters more then patientsPatti WiseNurses overworked. Lots of cases of Staff infection.Zerida PEPP⭐️⭐️⭐️They try to help,
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Willis-Knighton Pierremont Emergency Room in Shreveport.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Shreveport?
Yes, of course. The Willis-Knighton Pierremont is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Willis-Knighton Pierremont is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Willis-Knighton Pierremont in Shreveport
The full address is 8001 Youree Dr, Shreveport, LA 71115, United States.
The phone number of Willis-Knighton Pierremont is +1 318-212-3000. 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 32.432106 and a longitude of -93.709.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Willis-Knighton Pierremont?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Willis-Knighton Pierremont 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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