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Literally one of the worst hospitals in the state of Arkansas. I wouldn’t need to sit in the hospital for so long if your workers wouldn’t just stand around talking about pizza and their children’s boyfriends all day long. Sat in a room for over 3 hours just to get Celine drip. I came in with terrible stomach pains I was expecting just some Tylenol 800 would have been fine, but they were trying to give me morphine….that’s a bit much dont you think?
I was very pleased with the care my son got at CHI St Vincent. The doctor and nurses were amazing.
I was brought in after a car wreck this morning. The staff was quick, helpful and compassionate. They patient with me when I was disoriented and got me in and out quickly
The nurses were great they took really good care of me while I was in the hospital overnight and so did the nurses in the recovery room
Close this place now. Walmart would make a better hospital
Always very nice and helpful people and I had my sleep study there and everyone was so nice
The nurses were very good at explaining things to me.and Dr. was very good. Not a lot of waiting time
They outsourced billing and don’t seem to bill you they just turn over to a collection agency or put a lien on you. My bill was paid in full. I tried to talk to them and ask why I have a lien. Some foreigner wants to argue. I went by the hospital and they even said the records show I don’t owe anything. 3rd rate for sure
Without revealng the nature of my visit, i must say since St. Vinceentç has moved in, customer/patient services and professionalism has begun to take root, The ER staff would not simply send me off with a prescription and a GOOD LUCK, they left NO STONE UNTURNED to ensure they were very confident with my diagnosis and even make sure a have a local follow up to help me heal as much as possible.... Thank Jou CHI. ST. VINCENT Morrilton, ARK.I only didn't give a Five star survey because perfection belings to Christ, not his servants...
Loved the nurses and all of the people there when I had my colonospony. Dr.Nawar is very nice and makes you feel comfortable. Everyone made sure I was feeling well and if I had any concerns. Thank you
I'm over this hospital. Its a glorified bandaid station. The doctor basically told my husband his chest pains are "all in his head." Should have went to conway.
My wife had an MRI done and we had our three year old with us. They told us that me and my wife could go back but our three year old could not that he would have to wait in the waiting room! So my wife had to go back alone and my three year old son and I just had to wait in the car. Don't bring your kids to this hospital or just go somewhere else because that is what we will be doing next time.
My mother went in to the emergency room yesterday (Friday) for severe abdominal pain. They ran tests to check for both appendicitis and diverticulitis, and were able to rule out both. She refused pain meds during her brief stay, and was discharged after the scan results. They were extremely pleasant and passionate to both my mother and myself. She was sent home with her discharge papers stating that, if the pain did not subside, or radiates to other areas (such as the chest), to return or seek immediate help.This morning (Saturday) my mother's pain had worsened, and radiated into her chest, so she returned to the hospital with my sister. Upon arrival the ER was vacant except for a nurse waiting outside the front door. Before my mother could enter the nurse stepped between her and the door, and asked why she was there. My mother explained the situation, but the nurse must not have been satisfied with my mother's response, because she proceeded to question her further. My mother finally responded, "Am I not allowed to go in?" which finally prompted the nurse to allow her entry.Once inside my mother talked to the receptionist, and let him know that she had been there yesterday, and was told to come back if the pain had gotten worse. Before the receptionist could even make it back to his desk, a second nurse STORMED into the waiting room, and immediately began accosting my mom. She proceeded to tell my mom that "...it's ER's job to run further tests" and "Why don't you go see your primary care physician?" On a Saturday? On a three day 4th of July weekend? During the confrontation another nurse came in carrying take out bags of food. At this point my mother had had enough and left the completey empty ER with my sister. The nurse claims they tried to stop her in an effort to have her be seen by the Doctor (mom and sis both deny this) but the truth is she shouldn't have been treated this way in the first place. My mother would have gladly waited for them to eat lunch. I also understand that Arkansas has a pretty serious problem with meth/pill heads, however, having refused any and all pain meds the day before should have made it quite clear that that's not why my mother was there.Absolutely shameful behavior, and a complete night and day difference between the way she and myself were treated the day before. A health care provider, who has lost any and all compassion for their patients should seek other employment.Will be calling Administration Tuesday once the three day weekend is up.
My husband went on Monday sinus infection went back today still hurting antibiotics and steroids not working maybe he needed a stronger antibiotic but no tdoctor assumes he's after pain meds rather than something that would actually work was very un professional even punched the wall that's stellar health care
On my recent stay at Morrilton Chi St. Vincent, all of the staff were, pleasant, friendly and at least tried to be helpful. I wasn't to crazy about some of the food, but then hospital food is, well hospital food I do have a complaint against the hospital policy against smoking however, one of the most asinine hospital policies ever created, and right up there with William Jefferson Clinton's Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy. Patient policy states a patient has the right to participate in their treatment program and a smoker is entitled to at least one cigarette a day,even if it's no more than one cigarette. Even the VA hospitals have designated smoking area's for patients and visitors. This anti hospital smoking policy, void's those terms. Special consideration is given to the upper crust and the rich people regardless of what hospital personnel will tell you. There is one policy for one group of people and another policy for everyone else. Drop the freaking hospital policy against smoking and create a freaking designated smoking area for smokers. No smoking is not the doctors or hospital administrators call to make, it's the doctors and administrators duty to present the dangers and hazards of smoking nothing more
Kind, competent, and efficient staff
I tried to call and make an appointment because I'm sick (not covid) and the receptionist was super rude and stuck up and wasn't helpful at all. So I guess I won't be going there ever.
Heroes work here.
CHI Vincent - Morrilton has always been my “go to” hospital whenever I require medical attention. I live in Russelville, yet I will purposefully drive the extra miles to Morrilton so that I may receive the excellent level of care I’ve grown accustomed to at CHI St. Vincent.From the moment I walk in, the staff has my care first and foremost on their minds. Have there ever been occurrences when I’ve had to wait or I may have been unhappy with something? Of course, let’s be honest with one another. This IS a hospital and there will be times when stressful situations do present themselves whether I’m involved or not.That being said, those few times do not detract from my overall experiences at CHI St. Vincent- Morrilton. If anything, they only prove my point more. These professionals are human. They face stressful situations every minute, of every day, to ensure our continued safety. One never knows what their day is going to look like yet they must be prepared for anything and everything.A quiet moment spent tending a patient experiencing migraines, can quickly escalate to all hands on deck when a five car vehicle crash comes rolling in the door via neighboring ambulances, plus their own from the hospital. Add in Life Flight coming in hot with a three-year-old who fell off a second-story banister who now needs a neurologist ASAP or they’ll suffer irreparable brain damage. You’re in Exam Room 3 caught up in the middle of all of this while you’re experiencing a pulled calf muscle.I think I can forgive a bit of frayed nerves when situations escalate like the one I just described. We are in an Emergency Room, after all. These are trained professionals dealing with crisis situations. They make life and death decisions all the time while my hardest choice was deciding what to put in this commentary. I kid, but you get my point.In regards to the hospital’s other services, I have always experienced staff who seem to make it a point to go above and beyond their expected job requirements to ensure a patient has excellent care; especially the staff admitting patients into the hospital. I wish I had their names. These two women are shining stars who deserve public recognition. There was always a super nice man too but I haven’t seen him recently. Anyway, I am digressing. The Admissions Staff are exemplary.The hospital is always clean and organized. Each department I’ve dealt with has always treated me as if I’m their sole concern in that particular moment. I cannot tell you how much this means to me. It’s exactly why I continue to leave Russellville and drive to Morrilton for all of my medical needs. St. Mary’s is literally five minutes away from my home but I have informed my entire family to bring me here, to CHI St. Vincent - Morrilton.The laboratory services are always quick, clean, and brightly lit. The phlebotomist does an outstanding job drawing my blood each and every time. She does it the old school way - which I greatly prefer. By only using only one syringe and avoiding the butterfly needle, there is far less jostling of the needle in my vein. She’s amazing.I highly recommend this hospital to anyone looking to continue their medical treatments. The staff goes above and beyond to provide their patients with excellent healthcare. You may have some hiccups along the way but this is only realistic in a hospital setting. It’s the nurses, doctors, and supporting staff working tirelessly behind the scenes who are the true heroes. They’re the real reason I shall continue choosing this hospital time and time again even though I have one much closer to my home.Thank you CHI St. Vincent- Morrilton for everything you’ve done for not only me, but everyone else within our community. You’ve helped so many people with your tireless dedication to helping save lives, one person at a time.
They were quick and easy
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