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I found the hospital here at Clinton to be a very good hospital. The staff was very nice and helpful and good at their jobsI appreciate all they did for me and I would recommend it to anyone in. Thank you all again. Earnest 🌞
Caring and quick as possible ER
Quaint little hospital
LAZY LAZY LAZY!!!!!! These people are simply here to get a check and that’s it!!! They don’t care about your well being and have zero compassion!!!!! They’ll tell ya, if you want better results go to a different hospital. I highly DONT RECOMMEND!!!!! Please don’t go here. They know nothing and will put in no effort to help you. Worst hospital ever, just ask around. Locals will tell you how awful they are
My husband broke his ankle Labor Day Weekend. They took him to a room within 30 minutes. The receptionist was terrific 👏 and the doctor put a boot on until we get home from vacation to see a surgeon. Doctor even brought him outside in a wheelchair for me to pick him up. We do not get this kind of service where we live but wish we did. Will definitely use them again for emergency care.
This is where several of my doctors are located. I like my doctors
Said that they had more serious emergent situations they were dealing with. Not pleased to think that they don't consider our situation with equal seriousness.
This is the worst hospital in this state the er doctors are incompetent and they see you when its convenient for them not the patient. It took over an hour just for the doctor to come in. Was having a allergic reaction to a drug and they didn't even check for it
Top notch place to receive care. I have used Ozark Health for many family emergencies and services and have always been treated with care and respect. They hosted a fantastic team of physicians and skilled nursing staff. The facility was immaculately kept up and the floors are so clean you can see your refection in them. I would definitely recommend Ozark Health to anyone who needs medical care.
Love this hospital
Good hometown hospital. Very few small communities have a hospital of this quality. They took good care of my daughter when we were visiting. Thanks for your work.
I would not recommend one ER doctor in particular, he is a older gentleman and he made one comment to me of "I see you eye balling me boy" I would have thought a doctor would have been more professional than that. He kept my dad there and extra three hours before transferring him and eventually my dad past away. I cannot help to think that if that doctor would have transferred three hours earlier dad might had a chance of living. The only reason I ga r the ER 2 stars is the rest of the staff is great, but Dr. Eye Baller is useless.
My experience with Ozark Health has all been positive. Been to ER at least 3 times from stroke to fish hook. The specialty clinics are good esp Dr Wallace.
Very friendly place to visit, they really have a warming and welcome custodians!
My husband has been to the ER 3 times at Ozark Health hospital.We have nothing negative to say!Could not ask for better care. Wait time was very minimal. Dr.Sadler and Dr.Hartman are tops!Cannot recall the other doctor's name.Nurse Cheryl is super!
Money hungry people. That's what it's all about.
My wife was suffering from a gal bladder issue and needed surgery to remove it, they wouldn't do the surgery until we could come up with$800.00 up front .we didn't have insurance and couldn't get that kind of money that fast.what kind of hospital turns away people who need help. Would not recommend this hospital to anyone ! it's all about the money here ! 👎👎
My spouse and I are volunteer EMTs (just about to take our national exam, after completing our class work, labs, and clinicals) We trained in Fairfield Bay, along with several other students in outlying communities, being certified as volunteer EMTs. Several students had a problem when doing required clinicals at O.H. A few women on the ER staff were incredibly rude to us, and made our clinicals extremely unpleasant/difficult. The first night I did clinicals, I wasn't allowed behind the desk, I had to sit in the open hallway, and all the staff except for the RN, glared and refused to speak or interact. The Fairfield Bay volunteer ambulance brought in an elderly cancer patient. The staff behind the desk (NOT the RN, but the lower staff) were severely trash-talking the Fairfield Bay EMTs. They actually verbalized "Those idiots are going to end up killing somebody." These rude comments were clearly heard by everyone in the ER area, (patients included). I could not see where the Fairfield Bay EMTs were doing anything wrong. I worked with them for 6 months, they are very competent. The second night, Ms Ragland treated me with open contempt and tried to make me sit on a spindly camp stool for the duration of my 12 hours, thankfully someone else gave me a chair. I was treated extremely rudely all night, again. Ms Ragland appeared to be the leader of this ugly attitude. I was actually warned by another member of the staff that Ms Ragland had a personal problem with the EMT students doing clinicals at O.H. Last night, our ambulance responded to an elderly woman in distress, we transported her to O.H. Our driver and one of the other EMTs took the patient through the doors, while myself and the other EMT closed up the ambulance and put away our oxygen. When we went to the door it was closed and we couldn't get in, even after pressing the intercom. We walked around to the ER patient entrance to ask the staff working the window to please let us into the ER, as we had the patient info clipboard. Ms Ragland was working the admissions desk, and when we asked her to open, she displayed open contempt toward us, and flatly refused to open the door. She rudely told us "I am on the phone with I.T., get someone else to let you in." My co volunteer, lead EMT explained we had the run.sheet, but still she refused entry. She was very disagreeable, and my co volunteer EMT was very upset. We left the ER Admissions, because no one would let us in, we walked back around to the ambulance entrance, where our other EMTs realized we were outside, and let us in. Each time I have responded to an emergency as a volunteer EMT, and have gone in to Ozark health with a patient, whenever Ms Ragland is on shift, she is openly contemptuous and rude. I spent 30 years working in a professional Corporation in Dallas-Fort Worth, and during all those years, I never had any co-worker behave in such a petty, unprofessional manner. My husband and I are volunteering our time and efforts to help out our neighbors when they are in need, as are all of the other volunteer EMTs in the outying communities beyond Ozark Health. We don't get paid. When the emergency occurs, we drop whatever we are doing, and we roll. We do not deserve to be treated with unprofessional, open contempt by Ms Ragland every time we deliver a patient to O. H. Whatever her motivation and personal feeling toward volunteer EMTs, Ms Ragland's displaying this open contempt in a corporate environment toward volunteers who are helping their community and doing their jobs is completely unacceptable, and something needs to be done. Ms Ragland's unprofessional behavior shows lack of concern for patient well-being, as well as contempt for fellow professionals. I will write a letter of formal complaint to submit to O.H. administration. We plan to be volunteer EMTs for many more years in our community, and we wish to be treated with common courtesy. TWYLA CLENNEY.
If I could give them a negative 5 I sure would worst place of all after having a sever asthma attack no one would help me they asked me well what do u want me to do...did u not go to college and get a degree this place needs to be shut down they are going to kill somebody
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