Freeman Neosho Hospital

★★★☆☆
  • 113 W Hickory St

    Neosho, MO 64850

    Map & Directions
  • 417-451-1234

About Freeman Neosho Hospital

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Mon. - Sun. 24 Hours

Health & Medical

Health & Medical
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I went to Freeman Neosho emergancy room for follow up care for a infection i had in my finger. When i got there she checked me in pretty quick. But when i sat and waited for approx. 2hrs before they called me back. When i got in the room it didnt take long for Dr.Waak to come in. When he did he told me to take my own bandage off. So i did then he didnt soak my finger or even moisten it with sterile water. He just ripped the packing plug out of it. There was dry blood on it and the packing was stuck to my finger.It was painful and he wasnt nice about it. Then he asked me if i had been taking the antibiotics that was priscribed for me.I told him no cause i couldnt afford the priscrpition. Then he said "then I cant treat you." Then he walked out of my room.The nurse assisant then proceeded to soak my finger in soap water. She went out and i heard him ask her if I smoked.He then appeared in the doorway and started badgering me about buying cigerettes and not being able to pay for the priscription.Once again he refused to treat me. He treated me in a manner that i wouldnt even dream to treat one person. For that matter i wouldnt treat my dog the way i was treated. Dr. Waac was rude, hateful and had no respect fo me or my health. As for the other staff members that was on shift they were great. As for Dr. Waac I will prosceed in reporting him to whoever i can and speaking about my story. My feelings are hurt and i dont think any one person should have to go through what i did. He is a hateful person. I dont think he should be a E.R. Dr. If he treated me this way how does he treat others. So this i will ad if Dr.Waac is on duty I will refuse his treatment even if Im on my death bed. yours truly a mistreated patient

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I went to Freeman Neosho emergancy room for follow up care for a infection i had in my finger. When i got there she checked me in pretty quick. But when i sat and waited for approx. 2hrs before they called me back. When i got in the room it didnt take long for Dr.Waak to come in. When he did he told me to take my own bandage off. So i did then he didnt soak my finger or even moisten it with sterile water. He just ripped the packing plug out of it. There was dry blood on it and the packing was stuck to my finger.It was painful and he wasnt nice about it. Then he asked me if i had been taking the antibiotics that was priscribed for me.I told him no cause i couldnt afford the priscrpition. Then he said "then I cant treat you." Then he walked out of my room.The nurse assisant then proceeded to soak my finger in soap water. She went out and i heard him ask her if I smoked.He then appeared in the doorway and started badgering me about buying cigerettes and not being able to pay for the priscription.Once again he refused to treat me. He treated me in a manner that i wouldnt even dream to treat one person. For that matter i wouldnt treat my dog the way i was treated. Dr. Waac was rude, hateful and had no respect fo me or my health. As for the other staff members that was on shift they were great. As for Dr. Waac I will prosceed in reporting him to whoever i can and speaking about my story. My feelings are hurt and i dont think any one person should have to go through what i did. He is a hateful person. I dont think he should be a E.R. Dr. If he treated me this way how does he treat others. So this i will ad if Dr.Waac is on duty I will refuse his treatment even if Im on my death bed. yours truly a mistreated patient

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i would have to say 10 years ago no dont go but as they update and get better doctors they seem to be getting better with time..starting to have some good doctors and staff all together clean floors and updated walls now give this hospital a new and upgraded look thanks for the upgrade keep it up

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i would have to say 10 years ago no dont go but as they update and get better doctors they seem to be getting better with time..starting to have some good doctors and staff all together clean floors and updated walls now give this hospital a new and upgraded look thanks for the upgrade keep it up

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Freeman Hospital in Neosho began as a small hospital founded by two local doctors in the late 1930's. Absorbed into the larger Freeman Health Care system in the 1990's, the facility provides health care for the surrounding area. A clinic across the street houses both family practicitioners and specialists during office hours. An ER staff is on duty 24/7 and a small hospital offers quality care.

Services are limited. Babies haven't been born at this hospital in more than a decade and some patients are referred to the main hospital facility in nearby Joplin. Still, the staff is caring, professional, and considerate. The care is state-of-the-art quality for the most part - and anything they can't handle, they refer to those who can.

One con is that patients of both the adjacent clinic and hospital offer have insurance squabbles with Freeman Neosho. Billing seems to not always get the right information applied and minor disputes are common.

Surgeries performed on site are limited to routine procedures and emergencies that can't wait to be transported to Joplin.

It's a small town hospital but it is staffed with some outstanding professionals who wanted a slower lifestyle for their families.

PROS: Small, friendly, yet professional and state of the art
CONS: Frequent insurance questions come up

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★★★★☆

Freeman Hospital in Neosho began as a small hospital founded by two local doctors in the late 1930's. Absorbed into the larger Freeman Health Care system in the 1990's, the facility provides health care for the surrounding area. A clinic across the street houses both family practicitioners and specialists during office hours. An ER staff is on duty 24/7 and a small hospital offers quality care.

Services are limited. Babies haven't been born at this hospital in more than a decade and some patients are referred to the main hospital facility in nearby Joplin. Still, the staff is caring, professional, and considerate. The care is state-of-the-art quality for the most part - and anything they can't handle, they refer to those who can.

One con is that patients of both the adjacent clinic and hospital offer have insurance squabbles with Freeman Neosho. Billing seems to not always get the right information applied and minor disputes are common.

Surgeries performed on site are limited to routine procedures and emergencies that can't wait to be transported to Joplin.

It's a small town hospital but it is staffed with some outstanding professionals who wanted a slower lifestyle for their families.

PROS: Small, friendly, yet professional and state of the art
CONS: Frequent insurance questions come up

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