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Connie Bouldin Roach
· January 9, 2018
Do not use this practice group. If I could have given 0 stars I would have. My husband has been dealing with them for months over a 35 charge for a physical he did not receive. Everytime he called and... discussed the situation he was told to expect a call back. Calls that never occurred. So he would call back multiple times because he does not like outstanding bills and was trying so desperately to get resolved. So instead of a manager returning a call ( and he never spoke with management)they have sent this 35 bill to collections. Run don’t walk to unc,Duke , iredell. Anywhere but this lack of professionals medical group. See More
Jeanna Pottruff
· November 5, 2017
Went in for a 100% covered annual woman's wellness visit, even brought in the coding sheet to show what was covered 100% by my insurance company....2.5 hour visit...$4,000 later, $900 of which they wa...nt me to pay and the Dr put false information in my file to try to back up what she said was "medically necessary" to charge 4k for a regular check-up.

4k is not average nor customary for an annual pap!

After I fought long and hard and even showed them that my tests are good, some information she wrote was incorrect, it was not a reproductive visit to start having children, I was and still am not incontinent, etc....I am now in collections!

Who goes in for a well woman exam and gets fleeced for $4k???
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Debbie Barth
· March 8, 2018
"We are not in the business of consoling patients or patient's spouses." Said the office manager at one of the practices.

"We are not in the business of consoling patients or patient's spouses." .......

Where do we get the bumper sticker? People should know if this is really your policy.

My experience at this particular clinic showed me the "tribe mentality" of this office. Toxic.
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Paul Fleming
· October 6, 2017
Baptist hospital is a den of thieves and liars. They will do everything they can to cheat you and fleece you. And when called on it, they will play games and threaten you with collection, even when make payments. They are led by soulless republican money worshipers. Stay as far away from them as you can. I would rather bleed to death on the street than deal with them ever again. See More
Jeff Peacock
· January 19, 2018
I was in three hospital there 5 times last year. This happened 3 out of those 5 times! Ist year. Medical records were misplaced causing MUCH confusion. Due to this I was told I didn't have a terribl...e disease that I'd been getting treated at Baptist for a year and a half. This caused much stress and heart break for me and my spouse. I now have paperwork drawn up for me not to go to Baptist Not even if it's life threatening. I'd go to Forsyth, but if time I'll go to Duke. MUCH better care has been given to me with my multiple life limiting disease. See More
Keri Kempsey Pitts
· February 26, 2018
NO stars!
ALWAYS told to get here early. ALWAYS left in the outer waiting room over an hour. Then the inner waiting room wait starts. ALWAYS like this. Should switch but it's a hassle to find a new ...doc.

Update.........finally walked out! So damn angry. This didnt happen once. Happens every time. Last two times (before today) was kept waiting well over an hour. Drug vendors brought in lunch so I waited while they ate. The next visit they blamed it on "a new computer system" This time...after waiting over an hour and watching people go in and out while I still waited, I had enough! Summerfield Family Practice/Cornerstone. Summerfield, NC
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Beth Sisel Agejew
· November 14, 2017
This is ridiculous. Brought my Mom to the eye center at Baptist for a 1:15 appointment. It is now 2:25 and we are still waiting. When Mom asked if they had forgotten her, the staff told her that sh...e was seeing a specialist and she should expect to wait. Really??? If she has an appointment, why should she have to wait well over an hour? Did I mention that no one told us the doc was running behind? In fact, the staff was quite rude. Uuuggghhh! See More
Jay Allred
· February 6, 2018
My 22 year-old daughter had a back injury while a college athlete and has suffered in pain for two and 1/2 years. The doctors at WFU Spine Center diagnosed the cause of her pain and recommended treatm...ent at Brookstown Pain Center. Finally after all this time she is pain free and able to enjoy sports and life again. Many thanks for your great care. See More
Anne Maxwell Coldiron
· November 29, 2017
Dr. Matthews and her entire staff are absolutely the most wonderful most caring group of people ... They really care about how you feel as a patient ... They talk to you and not at you .. They talk to... you so you can understand everything about what’s going on ..I am absolutely so thankful for Dr. Matthew and her staff ... I will never be able to thank them enough .. See More
Lindsey Lohr Cox
· January 6, 2018
I am a mother to 3 medically complex kids (Van Maldergem Syndrome, Familial Dysautonomia variant). We have been Brenner/WFU patients for 15 years. At first, I was highly impressed. Felt like we were g...etting great care. But after a misdiagnosis of my oldest (with subtle threats of DSS because WFU didn't think she was sick) I started looking more carefully. Both Duke and CHOP diagnosed my daughter with ease. We began to switch our kids care over to Duke and realized how many things had been missed over the years, even things as simple as Juvenile Arthritis. Simply put, I trust WFU more than I do a small-town hospital, but for something complex or rare, stay away and go elsewhere. I'm disappointed to see how the institution has changed over the years. Indicative of health care as a whole, I suppose. See More
Ashlie Pyles
· August 24, 2017
As a nurse at Wake Forrest Baptist Health for almost 8 years I can say that this hospital is one of the finest! It has the finest staff I ever had the pleasure of working with!!! As a whole we care fo...r patients whole heartedly! We have worked hard to be the best we can be for you or your loved one!! ❤️ See More
Tammy Frye Thompson
· September 1, 2017
With my mother we had a horrible experience at our local hospital several months ago. It was a facility my mother worked at for 30 years before she retired.
My mother was going away a couple of days ...and ended up becoming sick. She went into cardiac arrest and was sent by ambulance to this facility Wake Baptist. Yes due to past experience I was very nervous and didn't know a lot about this hospital. I am glad to say they went above and beyond with my moms care. I never thought I would see such compassionate people in healthcare again and boy was I wrong. Everyone was AWESOME and very compassionate. I couldn't of asked for better care then what she received. I want to thank everyone. You all are rock stars. Also thank you for treating my mother like she was your own family and not just some lady in a bed her care was wonderful She did pass but you all made the process of this horrible situation go so smoothly. I could never fully express the gratitude I have with you. Thank you again for all you did See More
Sarah J Smith
· March 13, 2018
EXTREMELY disappointed and beyond livid at this hospital. Someone explain to me how I waited for 5 hours!!!!!! Was not seen by anyone other than registration?! I was in sevveerreeee pain for hours! Wh...ile waiting in your emergency room and I was refereed here by NYU Dentistry in Manhattan ( I just moved here a few months back)

I sat next to a man that was having chest pain and problems breathing!! How in the world can a HOSPITAL think any of that is okay for a split second??

A lady that was eating ice cream out of a tub with her hands offering it to people.

A man gagging and throwing up blood.

#allheart ? Yea right.

When you go to a hospital it should be, 1- go to front counter and tell them why you are there
2- Wait in the waiting room (not for 5 fuckin hours)
3- Be called back for vitals etc
4- then brought right to the back to wait to see a nurse/doctor

Not Go up to fill out forms, sit back down and repeat 5 times.
People are there because they are clearly not doing okay.

I walked out of your glorious AllHeart Hospital in worse pain then when I walked in!!!!!!!

This hospital needs to get it's shit straight or shut your doors!!!

I better not see a bill for being registered and leaving or I will taking this matter to my attorney.
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Tammy Jones
· January 15, 2018
After a car crashed into my sister's car, with her husband and daughter, flipped her car, the car caught on fire, a police officer busted out the back glass to get them out, then brought by ambulance WFU only to be put in the waiting room for 6 hours now, and still haven't seen a doctor!! This place has gotten to be the worst ER in the triad! I guess the flu is the only important thing to treat tonight! Still waiting!!!! Praise the Lord they are still breathing!!! See More
April Glass
· October 28, 2017
Had my facial reconstruction surgery on October 24th and couldn’t be happier with how it turned out so far!!!!! Dr Browne and Dr Schwartz from the ENT Dept are absolutely amazing surgeons as well as t...he rest of their team! I was out in 5 days no complications (praying to stay that way)...they came in daily after surgery and answered every question I had and the entire staff on floor 8 of the cancer center ICU were amazing as well!!! Would definitely recommend them and won’t go anywhere else from here on out! Thank you all for everything and for all you do on a daily basis for your patients� God Bless You All from room 821 (October 24/25 through October 28th and let’s not forget the anesthesia, respiratory, pharmacy who filled my meds from discharge and delivered to my room for me and sicu teams along with the great cafeteria aka room service staff! Every one there goes above and beyond to make sure your stay is as comfortable and healthy as possible! ~April Glass See More
Wendy Pickett Turner
· October 22, 2017
Up until discharge time I wpuld have gave them 5 stars. Everyone was awesome the 5 days I was there from surgery, but once it came time for discharge everything went downhill fast. I was told this mor...ning I was getting discharged and called my husband to come get me. The RN had said she was going to draw up my discharge papers and she would be right back and that someone would show me how to pack this open incision I have. Well an hour later my husband gets there and then 3 hours after that I have heard nothing out of anyone, so he takes our son down to get a bite to eat. Well wouldn't you know as soon as he leaves the RN finally comes back and says she's going to draw up my discharge papers, yet again. She finally does it this time and then comes in and says she called for my wheelchair, even though she hasn't removed my IV or showed me how to change my dressing. As soon as she gets done with all this the girl is already there with the wheelchair before I could get dressed. I told her I needed to get dressed. I was getting dressed and my shoes on when this lady comes in and yells at me and tells me I need to go! Needless to say, I walked myself out by myself carrying almost 20 lbs of my stuff even though I'm not even suppose to lift over 10 lbs. Was I not suppose to change into my regular clothes from my hospital gown? I've always been allowed to change in every hospital I have been in and I could not do it still connected to those machines. I just don't understand, because I waited patiently for 3-4 hours for them to get my discharge papers and everything and never said a word, but they wouldn't even give me 5-10 minutes to change out of my hospital gown into my own clothes! I left crying from the way this lady talked to me and have been so upset all day about it because I don't treat people that way and I did not deserve it. I also wonder how many other patients she has treated badly. See More
Betty L Dalton
· January 30, 2018
We love Baptist hospital and they are always great to us. The only problem we have is trying to park with our oversize vehicle . Every time we come we fight to find a parking spot because small are parked in the oversize parking. We even had to have someone come get a vehicle moved so we could park for our sons surgery. See More
Cathy Freeman
· September 1, 2017
Baptist saved my granddaughter's life !!!! So thankful for their amazing knowledge and the wonderful care that was given to her !!! I too am thankful for Dr. Graves for fixing my rotator cuff...
it ...was totally gone !!!! 5 anchors and a bicep repair!!
I am getting ready for him to fix my other shoulder..thank the good Lord it's not as bad !!!!!
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Tammy Long
· August 26, 2017
This was not the first time...but since when does the doctors there cancel appointments & never call anyone!!!! This has happened several times with my dad & he has to be transported for me (since his... wreck) by the rehabilitation center & I have to get off work & for what just a drive to Baptist to be sent back home!!! See More
Brit Brat
· December 14, 2017
They cancelled my appointment through the residency program and I had been anticipating and saving so long for my procedure. Really really sad and disappointed because the scheduler acted like it was ...nothing but she doesn't know that that appointment meant the world to me. I have been picked on and teased all my life. I finally got a chance at happiness and they cancelled my appointment without telling me because THEY over scheduled patients. 😟😪 [DR] See More
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