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Courtney DeVillier Elmore
· January 27, 2018
Firstly, my night shift nurses in labor & delivery were AMAZING. Aside from that though.. I had a nurse take my son to do vitals in the middle of me trying to breastfeed, the same nurse pushed the bed... table into me to make me sit on the bed and eat (after having a c-section) when I said I was going to stand to eat as I had been sitting in the bed for 2 days and was sore from being in the bed, a nurse almost unnecessarily draw blood (when I questioned blood being drawn for the 3rd time she went to "double check" then came back and said you're right we already tested that), a lactation consultant laid my son almost right on my c-section wound, multiple nurses questioned my elevated heart rate (has been slightly elevated as long as I can remember) and I can understand being concerned about it, but at some point I thought one would pass it on to the next nurse. And to top it all off I just got a bill for a test (for the 4th time and unnessessary in my opinion) they did on my son that I didn't want done, but was basically told we couldn't leave without the results to. See More
Debra Mullins
· November 13, 2017
I am very upset , I just sat in Faquier ER for 4 hours along with another person who had a cut in the head and needed
Stitches! I am not a person to run to er all the time but being in severe pain ag...ain after just being there a little over 2 weeks ago ! I ask the receptionist how much more of a wait
She thought it would be all she would say was all rooms are full ! We're doing the best we can , really , in 4 hours I seen 2 two patients go back , but I did see a deputy and security roaming a lot !!! The deputy had ankle chains carry them around , would that have something to do with the long
Ridiculous wait that every one there was put through ????
I have to say it's totally ridiculous!!! Needless to say I left
Without being treated ! Enough is Enough
Waiting to see if I receive a bill !
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Constance Christopher Hildreth
· August 16, 2017
My father was recently admitted following a procedure and his care team that includes Summer and Idella have been wonderful. He has been admitted on previous occasions and Idella has been a source of ...great help more than once.

I, myself, delivered my now 14 month old at Fauquier Health and was treated with outstanding care by Julie, Debby, Allison, Lauren, Kim, and Rachel to name a few of their amazing nurses and techs in the Family Birthing Center.

Fauquier Hospital is a beautiful facility with fantastic health care providers and staff that make you feel comfortable and cared for consistently.
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Sam Key
· September 8, 2017
Went to the Emergency room to get checked out for bronchitis. Doctor never did a chest x-ray to see if I was ok. He just look at me and said oh it's a sinus infection. Well I am at home and I can breathe. See More
Theresa Porter
· August 3, 2017
I had a very positive experience in the ER everyone was kind, caring and professional. Unfortunately I have been to the ER numerous times and actually had a surgery performed there, I can say with all... honesty that I have never had a bad experience at the facility. See More
Ely Heredía
· May 22, 2017
I am slightly new to the area so when I had an emergency come up I found this hospital by chance in a google search. At first I was slightly put off by the antiquated look of the hospital. It looks as... though it hadn't changed its infostructure since 1959. Also the fact that the youths and adults share a waiting room in the emergency ward. At INova Fairfax you are immediately taken to the childrens wing. However what they lack in aesthetics they make up for in personality. The receptionist was very kind and conversive. I really appreciated that since I didn't know what to expect. The Doctor and all the nurses were wonderful in helping my young daughter get better! It was an awful (and painful) experience getting a foreign object extracted from her ear but they worked quickly to flush it out. The nurses especially were amazing. Especially to the nurse who offered my daughter a complementary teddy bear afterwards, it was very comforting. I am so grateful for the staff during this difficult time. I would recommend 100%. Thank you for all that you do! See More
Connie Drone
· July 28, 2017
Great hospital have always help me thank you all the nurses and doctors are really good up there I have never ever had a problem if I've had a problem they've always fixed it thank you all so much for... a great job See More
Karen Nicole Montanez
· June 6, 2017
Yesterday I was taken to the ER, had trouble walking, had total body cramping, and a fever of 104.7. The staff although very kind upset me terribly! They gave me Tylenol which took my fever down to 10...2.7 and iv fluids because I was severely dehydrated. I kept telling them my kidneys are killing me. They ran every test and it wasn't until they catheter me that they found the problem. They started an antibiotic drip and because my fever had spiked up again, and I was shaking with chills and fever they gave me Motrin 800. That did nothing an hour later the antibiotic was done and they begun discharge; upon discharge the nurse was getting one last set of vitals and my fever had spiked up to 103.8; mind you this was after the 800 Motrin. The nurse immediately stopped discharge and said let me check with the Dr. His solution was to give me two Tylenol and tell me in two days if I still have a fever come back. I was dizzy could barely walk my fever was not breaking. I carefully walked myself out to the lobby. I thought they wheelchaired you back in the day. The Dr. prescribed me two medications, however one had to be preapproved; the pharmacy said they contacted the hospital and haven't heard word back. I called the hospital myself, I got hung up on! So here I sit with a fever of 103 and trying to take 4 - 200mg Motrin to break my fever. #shouldofgonetohaymarket See More
Kelly Rodenburg Cottrell
· March 7, 2017
I came in through the ER and was admitted overnight for surgery the next day. Everyone from the ER to the OR and everywhere in between were great. They really focused on my comfort as well as my care. You never want to be in the hospital or have surgery, but if you have to be, this is a good place. See More
Abbie Hyland
· January 24, 2018
Fauquier Health is a quality organization willing to give back to the community!

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Fifi Shakeri
· December 4, 2016
I would give this hospital 0 stars if I could.
I just spent 5 nights and 6 days of hell in that hospital. The only thing they are good for mris and xrays.
I had 1 nurse (Paul) 2 techs (liza and Jessic...a) that were nice and understanding. I had 1 nurse that gave me my pain meds once and straight up lied to the Charge Nurse in rotation about how we were trying to extend the dosage. I had a tech come in once one night and I had a temperature of 101.8 but the same nurse that lied didnt come in to treat my fever.
I had the young nurse (Meagan) who kept rolling her eyes at me everytime I told her I was in pain and if she can ask the dr to change the pain meds. I even apologized for being in pain and not once did she say it was ok. Just stared at me rolled her eyes and walked away. I had another nurse(Emily) who just ignored my request for pain as well and just kept smiling at me like I was crazy.
I had Drs that ignored my plea to change my pain meds from dilaudid to something else and all they offered me was morphine which I tried to explain to them that my body doesn't get any pain relief from morphine or any of its family which in my case is dilaudid hence that's the reason I had no pain relief for the 5 nights of my stay there but not one of the 4 Drs actually listened to me or offered any other type of pain relief.
Ive been having anxiety and waking up in sweat from the trauma of staying in your hospital for 5 excruciating painful nights. I will never return to your hospital ever again.
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Jess Robles
· January 2, 2018
Fauquier Health is a quality organization willing to give back to the community!

-Side Effects Inc.
Lindsay L Bibb
· September 2, 2017
Wait is far to long. They really need to see my grandson soon or there will be he'll to pay.
Bryanna Perkins Payne
· June 21, 2017
If I could put 0 stars I would. I came in in pain with a sore throat, nasal drainage, cough, and all. My mom told me to ask about being prescribed an antibiotic and BARKER comes in being an asshole an...d asks me "Did you go to medical school?" and that he said he wasn't prescribing me one and he isn't. He could've been nice about it from the jump. I'm tired of asshole doctors thinking they are above everyone else. See More
Elizabeth Todd
· September 25, 2016
The staff is usually great, but the registration process is excruciating. I have to have regular blood draws at exact times every week. This is impossible at this establishment. I typically wait an hour to register and then another 30 -40 minutes for the draw. When you are forced to do that twice a week it is a huge waste of time, not to mention all of my numbers are inaccurate because of the wait times. It just can't be a good healthcare option if they delay you from taking meds on time due to administrative incompetence. This goes way higher than the average employee. See More
Lori Reattoire
· October 11, 2016
I have been to Fauquier for several surgeries, and I couldn't ask for better care. Doesn't matter if it's the ER or scheduled they never give less than their best. Oh I've had a few that weren't the m...ost "personable" but it hasn't affected their care in any way. Love joking with them, making me feel at ease. 5 of 5. See More
Jen Jones
· November 7, 2016
I had recent surgery here and received the best care, especially from the staff on 3 South! I could not have asked for better care than I got from Carmella (night nurse) and Angie (night tech). They t...ook care of my every need, even after I came up from Recovery with a lousy attitude (in my defense, I was still really out of it and not even sure where I was or what was going on). They helped me get comfortable physically and mentally as I accepted the fact that I would be spending the night. It was the little things like making sure the lights were out so I could sleep, giving me a cool cloth for my headache, and automatically bringing ginger ale anytime they came in the room because they knew I was going to ask for some.
Great care! I would recommend Fauqier Hospital to anyone.
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Renee Szafran Barrett
· December 23, 2015
Worst health care EVER!!!! Stay far away. After my neurologist left or was terminated my perscription for my MS medication ran out the day I was scheduling delivery so the specialty pharmacy couldn't ...renew it. (Unfortunately you cant get Rebif from the local pharmacy) The pharmacy called Fauquier Health with me on the other line and requested another physician refill my prescription at least for one month while I was finding another neurologist. We were told since the position was not filled they couldn't do anything to help me. How does a hospital not have a neurologist on staff? The pharmacy knowing I need my medication (very sad the hospital didn't care) recommended I contact my primary care physician to see if they would send in a new script. After explaining my situation to my Fauquier Health primary doctor( Dr. Diaz )of only having 3 shots left (I take it 3 times a week) I was told my doctor would get an email and get back to me. After not hearing anything for 3 days I called back and was told an email was never sent, but they would put a rush on it. Finally after a week from my first call I was told my doctor wasn't comfortable writing my prescription because I haven't been to see her in over a year. Honestly you can never get in when you're sick so I usually have to go to the Minute Clinic to be seen. I asked if I could come in and then she could write it for me since I only needed a month until my neuro appt. I was told no because Dr. Diaz wasn't familar with the medicine even though this was well documented in my file and I've been on Rebif for 3 years. Really .......a licensed Doctor can't look up a medication if they're not familiar with it. It's not like I was asking for pain medication (which I'm sure I would have received) I was just asking for medication I need to take to keep my MS from relapsing. So needless to say I'm out of medication until my appt. in January with NOVANT healthcare and hopefully I won't have any problems. If I do you can be sure I will drive as far away from Fauquier Health as I can get!!!! You should do the same. See More
Lauren Schenck
· December 31, 2016
They are wonderful heartwarming with everyone they treat everyone like family hard working loving caring and devoted determined staff and I love them so much inspiration incredible unbelievable people I love you all so much thank you for everything you do for the community xoxo � See More
Frances Rodriguez
· April 26, 2017
My son just had surgery and they were just awesome. I have to say this hospital really take care of you and the family thank you so much for such a great experience.
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Vaccine-resistant virus has those suffering flooding local hospitals, doctors’ offices.

Applications for Fauquier Hospital's super popular summer medical camp may be found at Students 14-18 are welcome to apply for one of three level 1 camps or two level 2 camps. The deadline is March 10.

Fauquier Health in Virginia has a Junior Auxiliary Program for young people to volunteer at Fauquier Health.

Happy Valentine’s Day! Did you know that February 14 is also National Donor Day? Registering to become an organ, eye, tissue, marrow, platelet and/or blood donor is a great way to show love and help make your community healthier. Learn more about becoming a donor at #NationalDonorDay #ValentinesDay #Love

Official government website for organ donation, transplants, and registration from the Division of Transplantation, HRSA, Dept. of HHS.

Fauquier Health employees supplied 6,338 servings of food to the local food bank during the recent Souper Bowl -- 955 pounds of food! Case Management was the winning department, donating 212 servings per employee.

Dr. Joseph David presented the Wellness Center’s cardiac rehab staff with a heart cake to celebrate Heart Month.

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A special promotion for February and March. (Test must be scheduled and held by the end of March.)

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Health screenings and heart attack education are scheduled for Tuesday, February 13 and Thursday, February 22, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the Bistro. These coincide with the hospital's Senior Supper Club. Fauquier Hospital’s Senior Supper Club, held every Tuesday and Thursday, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the Bistro on the Hill restaurant at the hospital. The Senior Supper Club offers delicious, multi-course meals for those older than 55, at a discounted price.

As part of Heart Month recognitions, Dr. Joseph David, internal medicine physician at Piedmont Internal Medicine will present a lecture on Heart Healthy Nutrition. The event will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, February 20, in the Sycamore Room at Fauquier Hospital.

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Fauquier Health was out in force to share information on heart health with shoppers at Wal-Mart. EMS folks joined the effort too -- until they were called back on the road.

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Fauquier Health is holding a fundraiser to support Noah Leigh, a fifth-grader who is battling cancer. Below you'll see the Patient Accounts Department, "wearing green for Noah." Here are some details about Noah and his family:…/article_a2cd6a64-011c-11e8-bb5e-a…

Step inside a Fauquier County school Friday and you’re likely to see a lot of green.

A Red Cross Blood Drive is scheduled for Monday, February 12, in Fauquier Hospital's Sycamore Room. Walk-ins are most welcome, but you can make an appointment at (Click on "Find a Blood Drive."…/red-cross-blood-shortage-now-…/

Snowstorms, the holidays and the flu have left the Red Cross on the edge of being bled out. The Red Cross is facing a critical shortage of blood and platelet donations, and it is asking the public for…