South Seminole Hospital

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  • 556 W SR 434

    Longwood, FL 32750

    Map & Directions
  • 407-767-5853

About South Seminole Hospital

Hours
Daily 24 Hours

Health & Medical

Health & Medical
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Some of the nurses should find a different profession and should not be able to work with the public

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Some of the nurses should find a different profession and should not be able to work with the public

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I would recommend that you go somewhere else. To sum everything up that I went through: They ignored me, left me in a room with no call button, didn't monitor me, ran unnecessary tests, kept me there due to ignorance which meant I had to

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I would recommend that you go somewhere else. To sum everything up that I went through: They ignored me, left me in a room with no call button, didn't monitor me, ran unnecessary tests, kept me there due to ignorance which meant I had to

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My Grandmother has been in this Hospital for a week. Not only has she only seen the same nurse twice in this last week, but every time the Hospitalist that was assigned to comes in the room every morning it's like we have to re-introduce

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My Grandmother has been in this Hospital for a week. Not only has she only seen the same nurse twice in this last week, but every time the Hospitalist that was assigned to comes in the room every morning it's like we have to re-introduce

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i agree with everything that has been said below. after having procedures done they say a doctor will be around to speak with you and 1 never shows up. you never get your scheduled meds on time, and i agree with sly09, if you have no

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i agree with everything that has been said below. after having procedures done they say a doctor will be around to speak with you and 1 never shows up. you never get your scheduled meds on time, and i agree with sly09, if you have no

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One of the worst emergency rooms ever, Sat for 30 minutes in waiting room..(Only one in there) while the Nurse sat in a room across from the desk laughing and talking. She had told me to have a seat and she would be with me shortly. I will

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One of the worst emergency rooms ever, Sat for 30 minutes in waiting room..(Only one in there) while the Nurse sat in a room across from the desk laughing and talking. She had told me to have a seat and she would be with me shortly. I will

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My relative was admitted to this hospital as a result of an accident. A floor physician (GP) was assigned and made daily visits but another physician was assigned to perform the surgery (non-emergency). No one seemed to be driving the train as far as the course of treatment. No doctor ever showed x-rays or was available to discuss treatment options, risks, etc. until 5 minutes before being wheeled into the operating room. The nurses and other staff were caring and tried their best to help but it's not the same as having a doctor who can answer questions. We got 90% of our information regarding the procedure from the internet on our own. No one ever told us what to expect post-surgery and no one was available after discharge to provide any follow-up, pain medication refill, etc. Also, each time there was a shift change it was a ""whole new day"" having to explain what was going on to the newly arriving staff (evidently they don't read or keep notes).

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My relative was admitted to this hospital as a result of an accident. A floor physician (GP) was assigned and made daily visits but another physician was assigned to perform the surgery (non-emergency). No one seemed to be driving the train as far as the course of treatment. No doctor ever showed x-rays or was available to discuss treatment options, risks, etc. until 5 minutes before being wheeled into the operating room. The nurses and other staff were caring and tried their best to help but it's not the same as having a doctor who can answer questions. We got 90% of our information regarding the procedure from the internet on our own. No one ever told us what to expect post-surgery and no one was available after discharge to provide any follow-up, pain medication refill, etc. Also, each time there was a shift change it was a ""whole new day"" having to explain what was going on to the newly arriving staff (evidently they don't read or keep notes).

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My son arrived on my door step this morning crying and pleading for help with his crack addiction. He informed me that he tried to end his life the night before. I brought him to South Seminole Hospital. They were very attentive until they found out that my son had no insurance. At that point, he was treated like a second class patient. He sat in the E.R. for almost 9 hours before the hospital located him a bed at Lakeside Behavioral Center (hospital). I am sure the wait would of been longer if I didn't become persistent with the nurses, doctors, etc... I then discovered from a staff member that South Seminole had an open bed for my son. When I pressed the issue of why my son had to be transferred to Lakeside it became obvious, inbetween the lines, that South Seminole Hospital only caters to people that have medical insurance. \r
It is so sad that South Seminole Hospital and/or any other hospital would stoop to such a low level of care based on your financial situation.\r
Don't get me wrong, I am happy my son is getting the help he so desperately needs. I just think it's inhumane to make people feel they are gutter trash because they don't have insurance, especially in America with all the problems with the economy.\r

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My son arrived on my door step this morning crying and pleading for help with his crack addiction. He informed me that he tried to end his life the night before. I brought him to South Seminole Hospital. They were very attentive until they found out that my son had no insurance. At that point, he was treated like a second class patient. He sat in the E.R. for almost 9 hours before the hospital located him a bed at Lakeside Behavioral Center (hospital). I am sure the wait would of been longer if I didn't become persistent with the nurses, doctors, etc... I then discovered from a staff member that South Seminole had an open bed for my son. When I pressed the issue of why my son had to be transferred to Lakeside it became obvious, inbetween the lines, that South Seminole Hospital only caters to people that have medical insurance. \r
It is so sad that South Seminole Hospital and/or any other hospital would stoop to such a low level of care based on your financial situation.\r
Don't get me wrong, I am happy my son is getting the help he so desperately needs. I just think it's inhumane to make people feel they are gutter trash because they don't have insurance, especially in America with all the problems with the economy.\r

Pros: New E.R.

Cons: Medical Services

 

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