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Tammy Pierce
· January 20, 2018
My Mother is in OP Hospital arrived on Wednesday with a possible stroke. It took them until Thursday at 4 PM to do a CAT scan or MRI to see if it was a stroke! She has been moved 4 times since she ar...rived,she is 78 years old. She was woken up in the middle of the night and taken down for an MRI after she had already had one done that day. Luckily she had overheard them talking about them going to give her dialysis after that and she stopped them. They checked the file and found out they had the wrong patient. Now she is sick with a cold, they brought someone into her room who had pnemonia. Now they moved her out of that room that she finally got in and settled, brought an extremely sick person into it, now she is sick so they are moving her out! Her bloodpressure has gone haywire while she is there, it is under control at home, I wonder why The terrible care she has gotten is unbelievable, no personal hygene what so ever! She has been mistreated and looked over and been told "we are running behind" for the last time, she will never go back to this hospital! See More
Amber J McRaney
· May 17, 2018
My mom goes to orange park Medical Center very often like every 2 weeks and she was just there 3 weeks ago. Well my mom was having chest pain, back pain, and she said her body just feels like it's in... pain all over. We through her kidneys were shutting down. And they run blood tests, urine tests, and MRI and all. They claim they could not find one single thing wrong with her. And the doctor that night said it seems like it's all in her head. And they put her in the mental health ward when she wasn't needing mental help. So actually they claim they still really couldn't figure out what was wrong. They tried to say it's my mom's COPD but it wasn't. She went to her normal doctor few days later, and actually my mom's heart was failing. Oh i forget to mention my mom has Leukimia and goes to the hospital do much because she needs blood every few weeks.bwell she normally only gets 1 or 2 units, they gave her 3 units in the same day. Well because of that her congestive heart failure kicked into overdrive and now has fluid in her heart and lungs. Orange park misdiagnosed my mom and now she us on the path to dying because of there mistake. See More
Linda Sadler Owens
· April 26, 2018
I went into the e r room at orange park hospital 4/25/18.
Severe pain in stomach. Sign out front said 5 min waiting time for er. 3 and a half hours later they took
Me back. Their excuse they had a ...trauma and it took all employees to handle it. All their beds in er were filled and waiting on beds upstairs to be available. Once back there. The nurse who put over in was very good. All total I was there about 6 hrs. If can’t handle trauma. And walk ins. They need not be a trauma center. See More
Dorothy Hammond
· January 16, 2018
My sister is currently here due to a bad car accident that has caused a bad head injury among other injuries. I have to say the Trauma ICU nurses, especially Ronnie, were awesome. I am grateful they s...aved her life. However, now that my sister is out of ICU, the nurse and case manager tried to send my sister home! She is disoriented and has been unconscious for two weeks. She just woke up and was able to sit up and stand for the first time yesterday and today they want her out. I had to get angry and insist they refer her to Brooks for therapy. It’s absolutely heartless to save someone’s life only to keep them from getting the best continued care. We spoke with a clinician who told us she could be referred to Brooks but they next day they are badgering us to take her home even though she’s a fall risk. Baptist and Mayo were a completely different experience from this place. Hope that you don’t get brought here for trauma care only to be thrown out before you can form a coherent sentence. See More
Jennifer Walker
· May 16, 2018
So there we were, sitting in the living room after finding out we are expecting another little one. Emotions began to fill the room that day. Emotions of joy, excitement, and thankfulness but there wa...s also concern, fear, and worry. Our four-year-old little boy did not come into the world so easy and spent several weeks in the NICU. We replayed all those events while trying to stay focused on the future, praying and knowing God is in control. Starting from our first visit with Dr. Pizarro, we knew we had chosen the right provider & hospital for our new little angel. Dr. Pizarro is one of the most humble physicians I know and there are no words to describe how excellent of care she provided to not only the baby and I but my family as a whole. We delivered a healthy little girl named Jentry at Orange Park Medical Center on May 12! The experience surpassed all we had imagined. The clinicians truly made every effort to make our delivery and stay the best! Our labor nurse Jutta kept reminding me that I was the patient, I was in control and whatever I wanted she was ready to do! Jutta was sad to leave before I delivered as her shift ended but made sure to come in and give me one last encouraging word right before leaving. Our night shift labor nurse Alissa came to work “ready to have a birthday party!” She was full of excitement and encouraged us consistently. Our nurses over in postpartum put the birthday icing on the cake! Ceara and Suzann were the sweetest always at making sure my visit was extraordinary while providing me top notch quality care! Thank You Dr. Pizarro & Orange Park Medical! See More
Suzanne Bolton Jones
· March 15, 2018
Got to experience being on the other side of the bed today when I brought my mom in for some moderate issues. The ED was quite busy, however we received the attention needed by our nurse Todd and mov...ed up to 4 North. We were greeted by Jennifer our nurse, very polite and welcoming. Shelia our PCT was just as personable. Great visit from our “Nurse Leader” Chris, made sure my mom had everything she needed. Our night team, Deborah and Darian have been more than accommodating. Thank you guys for making our unexpected trip as pleasant as possible! See More
Stephanie Lee Ramirez
· May 12, 2018
I could go on for hours about how amazing my labor and delivery experience was at OPMC. Everything from start to finish, from the hospital tour and classes to going home was spectacular. If you are de...livering here, I can’t recommend the classes highly enough. We started with the tour followed by the child birth and lactation classes. When we arrived at the hospital, we were prepared for the check in process and all the information needed. Every nurse was beyond amazing. Giovanna who put up with me through early labor, Carlie who labored with me over night, and Kristen who labored with me through delivery, I never would have made it without them. They never left my side and made sure I had everything I needed. I feel like we were lifelong friends by the time I left. Nurses who truly love their job and care about their patients make all the difference in the world. The post partem nurses are equally amazing. While completely exhausted, they were there to take great care of me and give all the support I needed, emotional and physical. My baby was in great hands and I can not recommend delivering at OPMC enough. See More
San Panda
· January 2, 2018
The personnel here are very friendly as far as I can tell. Their manner of speaking to patients has come across as kind as far as I can tell. Even listening to people speaking to other patients in the... waiting room, they seemed kind.

Besides that, I’m currently here with my husband. They put him in exam room 18, an isolation room. I’ve told the nurse and the doctor about the blood splatter on the wall, on the floor, and the couple droplets on the counter quite a while ago. I have yet to see anybody come clean it. The grocery store I work at has a firmer policy on cleaning blood.

Also, this is our second time coming here. (We had already been to urgent care as well before coming here.) We requested further treatment on our first visit to this facility, but they wanted to try some medicines first and it’s three days later and we are back. It wouldn’t be so bad if it was a regular dr visit but for those with a very high we copay we aren’t pleased that we had to come back to receive the care he needed, which was requested the first time around. He had to suffer at home and get worse before it was deemed necessary to look into.

I’ve been typing and editing this comment for more than 15. My husband has gone and got a CT scan on his head and come back while I’ve been typing if that gives any indication of time. And still nobody has come to clean the blood. I don’t want to sit next to it.
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Desiree Christian
· January 8, 2018
Im ONLY giving the 5 stars to the ladies from labor & delivery this past week. 2 especially - RN lisa & RN Ashley g. They are angels. They made my experience what it was.. without them I would have be...en completely miserable..for my experience without them deserves less than 1 star. The heat was out in our room during the coldest days in Florida - the high of 30° possible snow the 2nd out of the 3 days in there it was unbearable and on the second day lisa got me moved to another room ( which ended up being no heat in, too. )

I came home feeling terrible with a sore throat that turned into a cough by the next morning..imagine all the hacking while trying to recover from a c section.. so went to er and found out I have developed laryngitis and bronchitis! I wasn't sick before coming in either and My husband is taking Theraflu due to runny nose and coughing as well. How do we come in to have a baby..and are made to stay in those conditions? That's just terrible. I mean, a space heater could have helped immensely.. even more importantly than the adults... the brand new babies in the rooms with no immune systems and they get cold sooo easy! Not happy with orange park medical for this.
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Serena Church
· February 13, 2018
I’ve been here in this ER for 3 1/2 hours having pains in my abdomen. My primary sent me here in the state of an emergency due to the pain with what she believes is my gallbladder and chest pain and I... have been crying and hurting in the waiting room. The ER staff have no sympathy or empathy for anyone else’s pain. They treat you as if they’re just here to do a job. I will NOT recommend this hospital to ANYONE that actually needs urgent medical treatment because you’re water off treating yourself at home. See More
Katelynn McCoy
· March 8, 2018
I cannot thank OPMC labor and delivery staff, NICU staff, and postpartum staff enough. They have met above and beyond our expectations and have certainly helped us through the unexpected after delive...ring our beautiful baby girl. They supported every decision we made during delivery and helped us in the best way possible. They are great with talking with their patients and giving as much information as possible when it’s sometimes hard to comprehend. I cannot say enough how awesome everyone is here. See More
Lizzie Edenfield
· March 4, 2018
After over a week of having my operation I have to say THANK YOU! To all the wonderful professionals who took care of me at the OPMC. The Care, the compassion, and the peace of mind that I was in good... hands, made that week go faster so I could be home sooner! I wish I could remember all the names the respiratory team, among my good friends Cindy and Brittney, or the x rate team, or the kitchen guys! And so many others! And the staff who saved my life just to mention a few: Dr Nathan Bates, my surgeon, and Dr Cregg, my cardioligist Dr Balsan an other specialists who participated as well. The nurses like Kevin, Lynn, Boris, Nanette, Heather and so many I couldn't remember but who I will never forget. God bless you all! See More
Kristen Monroe
· January 20, 2018
We Are here in ICU on 5th floor from GA with my grandpa and I must say I am very impressed so far! The nurses here especially JoJo and Mel have been outstanding. This is by far the best care we have e...ver received from a hospital and the hospitality here is great. See More
Sarah Alyssa Aldrich
· December 21, 2017
Doctors are rude when overdose patients come in. Yes, we get it and I get that it’s an everyday thing but the last thing we need is to feel like shit from a doctor. My situation, I did it JUST ONCE. R...egardless if they believed me. Yes I get it was a mistake and I’ll never do it again, but don’t treat me like someone you see come in every other day for the same shit. I was respectful, tried to crack jokes, and was honest with everything. Not everyone’s a junkie. See More
Michele Morris
· February 13, 2018
I'm absolutely livid with the hospital staff in Labor and Delivery with the treatment of my daughter's pregnancy. I don't know what they are doing up there and I don't understand why the hell they wou...ld add onto the hospital claiming that Labor and Delivery is excellent and the patient's and babies are treated so well. It's pretty sad that if I want my daughter to feel safe and treated well through her 1st experience of her pregnancy I have to be there. I would never refer this hospital to anyone else. Should she decide to have a child in the future, she will not be here! See More
Renee Burse
· December 26, 2017
This is our 3rd visit with a family member. Most of our interactions have been okay, not exceptional, just okay. The majority of the nurses and PCTs come across as uncaring and nonchalant about basic ...nursing care. For example, the IV is swelling, machine beeping; you do not just come in and reset the machine!!! If you come here, bring someone who can take care of you. See More
Lisa Woods
· December 22, 2017
I'm disappointed today in the behavior of the nurse maintaining the front desk at Park West ER. I am here with a friend who is currently being treated. I recommended this ER to him not only because of... the proximity to his residence but because of the pleasant experience I had when i was treated for a severe corneal abrasion a few months ago. I have only been in the waiting room for an hour and have witnessed three separate patients directly complain to him (the reception nurse) about his bad attitude and lack of professionalism. I am very dissappointed that he continues to receive these complaints and engage in verbal altercations with patients but has yet to be pulled from his station. If he is unable to be patient or calm with the public, then why is he in healthcare? See More
Tessy Douglass
· December 29, 2017
I used to be loyal to St. Vincent's but had an ambulance ride to Orange Park in January 2017. I've been in their hospital 5 times already this year simply for extremely high then life threatening low ...blood pressure. They have been slow at times in the ER but extremely professional and friendly. Once admitted to the 5th floor the doctors and nurses have been extremely helpful, professional, understanding, and nice. There is always one in the bunch that is rude but overall I have been treated with great care and respect. I won't go to any other hospital in Duval or Clay county. See More
Rhaynee Ryan Colbert
· January 14, 2018
Had our third child yesterday and the experience has been wonderful. The nurses and mid wife in labor and delivery were the best we have ever dealt with. In postpartum we have the best charge nurse an...d care nurses we have ever met. Thank you orange park medical center for your staff and the way they care about their patients. See More
Corie Myers
· January 19, 2018
I recently had my last child at OPMC and honestly I would of lost it and gave up if it wasn't for the nurses and staff on L&D even after having my daughter on the maternity ward any nurse that came on... contact with her was beyond gentle and if I ever had any concerns or questions they didn't make me feel like I was bothering them when I asked! I will definitely recommend OPMC L&D and Maternity ward to anyone I know having babies! See More
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