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Harley Thomas
· March 17, 2018
5 stars for Greene memorial last night. Nurses and doctors were quick and efficient, and made a not so great experience better. Calvin was my nurse, and he is wonderful! Always lets you know what’s on, gentle, and kind! Thank you greene memorial for kicking my migraine to the curb! See More
Angie Trout-Glenn
· April 13, 2018
I would like to give a huge THANK YOU publicly to Greene Memorial Hospitals Intensive Care Unit staff of Nurses for thier phenomenal care of my husband the past 13 days. He went in via squad, was on a... ventilator for 5 days, renal failure and on dialysis continuously for 3 days, liver failure, heart attack, didn't open his eyes until day 8, had memory loss and confusion from encephalopathy. (from all the toxicity in his body) We came so close to losing him. He slowly recovered and is heading to rehab tomorrow! First and foremost, Prayers WORK!

I have never been through ANYTHING like this in my life. Did not know what to expect day to day sitting by his bedside. The ICU Staff was kind, compassionate, patient, comforting, explained things to my son and I in terms we understood, they were encouraging, helpful, honest and I will be forever grateful to GMH and this phenomenal team of RN's who were there for us day after day all day and all night.
To come so close to losing your spouse was heart wrenching. But he made it!

THANK YOU ICU NURSES, The team of Drs at GMH and everyone involved in his care!
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Amy Bradley Super
· November 2, 2017
My husband has had 6 heartattacks and has been taken to other hospitals 4 times. We've been told he wasn't having a heartattack twice, once within a few minutes by someone that obviously couldn't read... an EKG and another time was kept for observation, which was good but woke up in the middle of the night and told that they were transporting him to KMC, no other information was given or unknown. As the ambulance pulled out, lights and sirens, he asked is it protocol to go lights and sirens and the attendant said, "Yes Sir when you are having a heartattack. Last one we just drove to KMC. I will not go into detail, I will only say that in 1992 I had a 4 day nightmare in labor and delivery. One positive, as I've added my "two cents" as my Dad put it in 1990 to the Dailey Gazette, he had a wonderful regular 4 month experience with everyone at GMH, during his diagnosis in February until his death that June which I appreciated, although a nurse left a window open and he got pneumonia after his lung was removed. I don't have alot of faith, too many bad experiences with GMH over many years. See More
Kim Phelps
· December 5, 2017
I want to give a very special thank you to the angels that was there for me during my health issues. Second floor nurses and assistance are Awesome, they are all I needed and more. Tim, Alysa,Vickie..., Brittany ,Ashley and Dustin You are the Best :) I Thank you ♡ See More
Jane Cansler
· January 4, 2018
Greene is always our family choice. The folks in the Emergency department are always efficient, caring and on top of any problem we might have. This time it was kidney sister's care was ou...tstanding. Thanks to Dr Gannon and Nurse Deb and her crew. See More
Jostin Schimmoeller
· January 4, 2018
Doctor was more concerned with telling me how long we have and haven’t been waiting over what’s happening with my sick relative.
Franki Rae Barker
· December 23, 2017
I brought my 6 year old to the ER last night. The nurses, nurse practitioner, & doctor Marcus were outstanding! She was diagnosed with tonsillitis & was in a lot of discomfort & so scared! However the... nurses were so great with her & I appreciate it greatly! thanks guys! See More
LaShann Williams Latimer
· January 2, 2018
My Fiancée was suffering from flu symptoms. Got in and got out! We are very appreciative.
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Aira C. Mayfield
· January 13, 2017
My daughter was rushed there from campus and I had over an hour drive to get there. The waiting area was empty, four employees huddled together at nurse's station and when I asked a question they all... looked at each other before one finally spoke up. As a mother I wanted to know the status, wait time and where was the doctor. We waited three hours after my arrival and it was hot as hell in the triage areas. They kept telling us that we were waiting on the doctor and in the end he never showed up and a RN gave my daughter the discharge papers. I told her, "I am the mother" and I felt ignored like she didn't want to acknowledge my presence. Fact: A 20 year old unemployed, full time college student who is dependent on parent, carried on parent's insurance, had been extremely ill and inexperience in dealing alone in hospital setting. Solution:. With parent there, interact with both the young patient and parent. Yes she is an adult yet inexperienced as I said, so learn to watch the dynamics of the patients and family and remember no matter how old you get, there is nothing like having your Mommy when you aren't feeling well.

No violation of HIPPA and no disrespect!
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Helena Duque Pages
· September 30, 2016
My two younger daughters were born at Greene Memorial Hospital, they had broken bones, dehydration and minor illnesses treated at the emergency room . My husband and I had surgeries at Greene as wel...l . Our community hospital has served Greene County for over 65 years. It has served my entire family. I am proud of every single employee and, I am grateful for all the services we have received. Thanks Greene Memorial Hospital for being there when we needed you the most! See More
Mike Parks
· September 15, 2016
I went into the ER approximately 2 weeks ago. Thought I was having a heart attack. The nurses and doctor were working on me instantly. Come to find out I was having a gallbladder attack. X-rays, CT, Ultrasound techs were all wonderful. The Ultrasound tech showed me everything, including the gallstones.
So yesterday I was in for surgery, my first surgery ever. Everyone was wonderful, helping me soothe my nerves. Dr. Bailey, who has performed multiple surgeries for my wife, was my surgeon. While taking care of my gallbladder, she repaired a small umbilical hernia. I was happy to know I wouldn't have to be going back to do another surgery in the future. Thank you to the staff of Greene Memorial! Job well done!
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Kristen Tilton
· June 25, 2016
I would give 0 stars if possible. The emergency room staff is incredibly rude, unprepared, and incapable of listening to the patient- even when provided with several documents detailing the issue. The... PA (who wants to be a doctor so badly she can taste it, or so it seems) is a joke who won't accept what a nurse has told her because she would "rather speak to a doctor who knows what's going on". Said doctor speaks to patients as if they are learning at a kindergarten level or lower. Kettering Health should be ashamed to have you in their network, and the state nursing/medical boards should be looking into ethics within the department. See More
Debra S. Peck-Cypryla
· August 7, 2016
We are from Springfield and usually deal with the joke of a hospital here. My paraplegic husband was running a fever of 105.6. We had a squad take him to Greene Memorial. They wasted no time in helpin...g him and figuring out what he needed. From the ER to the floor I couldn't be more pleased with the care he received. We have dealt with several hospitals over the years and Greene Memorial is top notch in my book. We will be going there in the future. See More
June Cantrell Lawson
· November 23, 2015
Greene memorial has gotten better since they have gotten smaller patient housing. Dr. Dixon is, by far, the best ER doctor. I would request him if I needed to come there again. He saved my husband and... my daughter and I am very grateful. Soin, on the other hand, I'm not too fond of. I worked along side of Dr. Dixon and his wife in the ER at Soin for 2 years. I was with the environmental services. They are very friendly and they get to the root of the problem immediately. I need a good doctor and if they have private practices, I would love to have Dr. Dixon as my primary physician. A good hospital is made up of caring doctors. Ones who understand you and you personal problems, going in. Thank you Dixon and Bailey See More
Gloria Davidson
· May 12, 2017
They are taking very good care of my partner He has MS and is a quad now They have a special call button set up for him if he needs help and when he pushed it with his chin they were RIGHT there Hats... off to you Green Memorial you are the Best of the Best Thank you!! See More
Ciera Ames
· March 7, 2017
Took my daughter here, against my better judgement bc I didn't feel like driving to Children's Again...they treated us like we were a bother!! They didn't run any test just said she had to let it take... its course. Later that day when our Dr. Was open I took my kid...they assessed her properly & took time to see what was wrong. On top of the flu, turns out she had a Double Ear infection! ! Needed some more meds too!! So no, running its course wouldn't have happened. How did GMH miss that?? Bc they didn't even try!! I will NOT Be Back...2 many issues wt this hole!! If You don't want to do your job, that you are Highly Paid for, than move out the way so people that Do Their Job Correctly can shine thru!!!!! See More
Wendy Gossard Strunk
· November 16, 2016
Had a pleasant experience, despite the issue. My daughter cut her finger pretty badly. Got in & out in less than an hour. The PA was great, very nice. Would've given a 5 star if the registration was m...ore personable. ( she was quick about checking us in & getting us seen though which was great.) Thank you for great care! See More
Tommy Tee
· October 18, 2016
Staff and doc was very kind. The gentleman that did my catscan last night was very much professional and made sure I was very comfortable and ok during the entire time. People like him are truly what ...the medical field need more of. Over all great experience with this hospital. See More
Canny Can
· November 16, 2016
They are wonderful I live in Springfield and our hospital is the biggest joke of all times they treat everyone like Dope Heads when something is really wrong Green Memorial makes you feel like they they actually care what's going on with you instead of shooting you with pain meds and sending you out the door every time I've been to Green Memorial I've been treated WONDERFUL I recommend this hospital to every one See More
Brittanie Hatfield
· February 9, 2017
This is the worst hospital !!! I just had my 16 month old daughter there And got there around 745pm it's now 1130 and leaving.. Not one damn test was ran for her... Told them she was just at soin and ...I was told she had early development of pneumonia I was told to come back if she showed signs of fever or anything else ... They told me 99.1 isn't a fever ..but not only did they not do a single test on her ..I was there in a room almost 2 hrs before a single person even came in the room registration didn't even come in till 2 hours later. Worst experience ever this is why i take her to soin the people here do not give a Fuck .. You would think they would have ran a test to check up on the pnemonia and make sure it isn't worse...

I will never go back there to be checked or to have her checked.I'm calling corporate in the morning... After the dr finally came in they left and I say for another 2 hrs and the nurse came in with discharge papers
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We celebrated our entire staff this week during Hospital Week as all on our team are integral to our care, no matter if they are serving patients first hand or behind the scenes, like Jeff who serves on our Materials Management team. Thank you for everything you do, Jeff!

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We recently held our annual Prayer Breakfast for community and staff. We surprised Paul and Roxanne Turner--he is a physical therapist and she is a radiology tech--with our Kenneth Beams Award, given to a staff member who serves both the hospital and community in a quality way. Congratulations, Paul and Roxanne...a great husband and wife duo! We also thank Xenia Mayor Sarah Mays, Dr. Charles Russell, and Dave Deskins from Greene County Career Center for participating, too.

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Since this week is also Hospital Week, our leadership also took a walk in the shoes of support and clinical services team members. We appreciate all who help us take care of patients and guests!

This week is Nurses Week and we celebrated our nurses by walking in their shoes. Our leadership team spent a few hours shadowing a few of our nurses to better appreciate all they face in caring for our patients. We love our nursing team and thank them for all they do!

As we celebrate Nurses Week, we honored one of our own with the Daisy Award, given for extraordinary service. Krista (second from right in front row), one of our Intensive Care Unit nurses, was recognized by several of her fellow nurses for the special care she offers our ICU patients. She is often named by patients and families for her care, too. Krista, thanks for all you do!

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This week is Hospital Week so we celebrate all our team who come together to take care of patients and their guests, like Renee, a part of our Nutrition Services team who serves our guests in our Garden Cafe. Renee, we could not do it without you!

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Some from our Greene team provided and served a meal at the Caring Place in Xenia, giving those with some need an enjoyable dinner and evening. Thanks for serving, team!

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Congratulations to our Nutrition Services team on taking People's Choice and four 1st place awards at the Taste of Greene County! Great entries found on our patient, Creek Coffee, and Waterfall Cafe menus. Way to go, Joey, Kristy, Chris, Chef Jenn, Dylan, Jodi, Tina, Collin, Denise, Wendy, and the whole team back in the kitchen!

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Our leadership team served up a pancake breakfast to our staff to show appreciation for their great care and hard work. And, we must say...the pancakes were pretty good! Thank you, team!

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Last week, we celebrated our volunteers during National Volunteers Week. Over 100 are part of our volunteer team and almost all have a weekly assignment that involves 2-4 hours. In 2017, volunteers served over 19,000 hours and a few days ago, we celebrated their giving of time with an appreciation lunch. Thank you, Greene volunteers, for all you do for our patients and guests...we could not offer our care without you! And during that lunch, they awarded Brooke (center, second picture), from the Greene County Career Center, a four-year scholarship to pursue her nursing degree.

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We had a great time at our Public Safety Fair and Open House on Sunday. Over 300 joined us, including Xenia's mayor and a member of the city council, in spite of some less than ideal weather. We are proud of the care we offer and are here whenever you need us!

Come on out and join us today from 2:00-4:30pm. Lots to do and see for the whole family. It might be a little wet outside , but lots of activity inside and under tents. Come take a look at your local Greene Memorial Hospital!

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This week we celebrated Patient Access Week with some from our team. Patient access staff register every patient who comes for a procedure or patient stay, so they literally interact with everyone who comes through the door. We could not give our care for our patients without them! Thank you Patient Access team!

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Our own Chef Jenn participated in the Best Pancake of Greene County contest as part of Xenia Rotary's Pancake Day. Who doesn't love a golden brown pancake with apricot butter and maple syrup? Way to go, Chef Jenn!

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We have a big open house coming up in a few weeks. Make plans to join us for our Safety Fair and Open House on April 15. Lots of fun things for the whole family to do: see emergency vehicles and our MedFlight helicopter, bicycle safety, a cookout, treasure hunt, teddy bear clinic, and more. Come on out!

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Friday, March 30, is officially National Doctor's Day, but we celebrated with our doctors a few days early. Dr. Deutsch (left) and Dr. Venkatesh (center) are two of the many doctors who serve at Greene. Make sure to thank your doctor for helping you be, and stay, healthy!

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