The George Washington University Hospital

The George Washington University Hospital is Scammer

Took sick at work because of a chest pain DC fire took me to GW Hospital 1: 20pm it took more than 2omins to be triage, after triage they place me in a corner MH5 I was in that corner for more than 45 mins before a doctor came, doctor told me I am going to order chest crazy ect. 2 hrs. Later no chest day ect. Only blood taken.

Ive decided to go the bathroom I almost fell a tech caught me and placed me back into bed. 1 hour later a nurse by the name Bella came and said hi, I will be your nurse today that was it, never saw her again. 2 2/1 hours later I saw her walked by never ask if I was okay or if I needed anything. Within 3 hours and 47mins only blood they took from me nothing else. I asked the doctor for pain medication not even that was given to me, I called my mom she prayed for me the pain went away in a little as no time.

At this hospital no one cares everyone just doing their own thing. Whoever is the medical director needs to take a look into their nursing staff attitude towards caring for patients. The technicians work like a hebrew slaves. This Emergency room should. It be functioning like this. This horrible disgusting and people life is at stake. I am actually writing this from the emergency room. Horrible. 31/2 hours doctor asking if I need some tylenol, please I dont need it. Horrible

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13 reviews on The George Washington University Hospital

  1. The George Washington University Hospital is Bad Services.

    Took sick at work because of a chest pain DC fire took me to GW Hospital 1: 20pm it took more than 2omins to be triage, after triage they place me in a corner MH5 I was in that corner for more than 45 mins before a doctor came, doctor told me I am going to order chest crazy ect. 2 hrs.

    Later no chest day ect. Only blood taken. Ive decided to go the bathroom I almost fell a tech caught me and placed me back into bed. 1 hour later a nurse by the name Bella came and said hi, I will be your nurse today that was it, never saw her again.

    hours later I saw her walked by never ask if I was okay or if I needed anything. Within 3 hours and 47mins only blood they took from me nothing else. I asked the doctor for pain medication not even that was given to me, I called my mom she prayed for me the pain went away in a little as no time. At this hospital no one cares everyone just doing their own thing.

    Whoever is the medical director needs to take a look into their nursing staff attitude towards caring for patients. The technicians work like a hebrew slaves. This Emergency room should. It be functioning like this. This horrible disgusting and people life is at stake. I am actually writing this from the emergency room. Horrible. 31/2 hours doctor aski

  2. Dont use this company.

    I have a bill for almost $5,000 that I feel is not justified considering the circumstances. I believe GWMC failed me twice: 1. Said I didn’t have any fractures or broken ribs (I had three) and 2. Sending me home, with shortness of breath for the Weekend, without taking another X-ray. I was hospitalize for three days, lost income and suffered severe pain while receiving treatment.

  3. dont trust doctors they steal, kill and destroy

    this is the worst hospital i ever went to… obgyn james benson told me i was NOT pregnant gave me a very painful sonogram and i end up having a miscarriage at 4 months ! i request my records from his office and he states that he confirmed my pregnancy and that i went to see him for irregular periods which is all a lie !

    i was feeling the baby move up until the day i seen him. he had a student follow him in the process of becoming a doctor and all she could do was look at me amd cry smh i didnt know why until i started bleeding 4 days later .

    i bled for 3 whole weeks and my hcg level was still 72 ! no way my urine was negative like he told me and he took 2 sonogram pictures and left out the room ! what are you taking pictures of and the screen was so dark we couod barely see anything ao i dint understand how he could . dont trust doctors they steal, kill and destroy

  4. The urology team rocks!!

    I recently underwent a Laparoscopic Robotic Assisted Prostatectomy. In the past I’ve never thought to or had any reason to comment on a person or place, however, my overall experience drove me to comment. I was blown away by the professionalism of the hospital staff and doctors.

    It was clear they are out to be the best of the best! The bottom line – This institution should be a model for everyone to follow. The urology team rocks!!

  5. Spent half a day in the ER - and was misdiagnosed and sent home with the wrong meds. Sad.

    Spent half a day in the ER – and was misdiagnosed and sent home with the wrong meds. Sad.

    Ended up going to Holy Cross ER the next morning. They sent me up one floor to “Urgent Care.” Fast, efficient, and cheaper.

  6. DANGEROUSLY UNSANITARY - DO NOT COME HERE

    I was recently diagnosed with a vaginal infection of Enterobactor aerogenes. This is a hospital-acquired antibiotic-resistant species.

    Just days before going to GW, I got a clean bill of health from my gynecologist. Then I went to GW several times after I was bitten by an animal for preventative rabies vaccine injections. The treatment included a week-long course of antibiotics,

    which wreaked havoc throughout my otherwise perfectly healthy body. On one of my visits, I had a pelvic exam to look into some of these problems. Several days later, I went back to my normal gynecologist and she diagnosed me with this infection.

  7. My daughter was taken to the ER last night by two chaperones.

    My daughter was taken to the ER last night by two chaperones. She is on her 8th grade Washington DC field trip. She arrived a little before 11:00 pm and was not in a room for over 3 hours. She was seen by 3 people( 10 minutes total)and given the medicine I had said she needed for an issue she had had last summer.

    I could tell by a picture she sent me what the problem was since she had it before. I was told by the chaperone the wait may be long, but never imagined over 3 hours. Then she had to wait over an hour for medicine to take before leaving.

    I recently visited a local hospital (central Illinois) and took another daughter for a fractured wrist. In and out x rays and all with a dx in an 1 hr. and 15 minutes. Next day took same daughter to a prompt care facility in Springfield, IL for a cast and another review of her xrays.

  8. This is typical of my experience here. Dr Michael Irwig should try harder to be on time

    I’m in the waiting room at GW University Hospital waiting for a doctor’s appointment I made three months ago. It’s an appointment, not the emergency room. So far I’ve been waiting for 50 minutes.

    This is typical of my experience here. Dr Michael Irwig should try harder to be on time, or call me so I can do something useful instead of sitting here for at least one hour for every appointment. My time is valuable also. Is a phone call so difficult?

  9. A clinic sent me to the ER because they believed I had appendicitis.

    A clinic sent me to the ER because they believed I had appendicitis. I was in the ER waiting room for 5 hours, and was told that there were sicker people waiting, so my wait would be extended. Once taken back into the ER a nurse told me I had a sky high white blood cell count, then walked away. I remained in the ER for 10+ hours as multiple doctors tried to figure out what was wrong.

    There seemed to be little communication between doctors, as I had to keep explaining my symptoms. Finally I was admitted to the hospital and brought to a room. Despite having a fever of over 100 degrees the nurses only checked on me every 3 hours or so, and the doctor only came by once.

  10. This is beyond unprofessional.

    I’m currently here, in the Emergency Dept, been sitting here for over 45 mins with a fever of 101.2 and I still have NOT been seen, yet people who came in after me are being seen!

    I have flu-like/Strep symptoms and a high fever and yet I am still waiting to be seen?! What kind of care is that? I’m sitting here in immense pain and crying and running a high fever, why haven’t I been seen? This is beyond unprofessional.

  11. This hospital is terrible.

    This hospital is terrible. I’ve only been in the ER, so I can’t speak for the rest of it, but it is a nightmare. I went for a kidney issue and came out with pneumonia. The doctors do the absolute bare minimum to make sure you don’t die, and then they send you home. Pretty sure my blood is still on the floor of room 18.

  12. they don't mind being called and that other patients do so.

    I made an appointment with Dr. Vivek Jain and was given a date 7 weeks away. I asked that I please be contacted if there were a cancellation. The gentleman that responded said that they said they do not have a waiting list.

    I suggested that they start one because it’s inconvenient (to say the least) for me to call every single day and they probably would not want a barrage of calls from every single patient wanting a sooner appointment.

  13. Hopefully knock on wood you don't have to be, but if you do be prepared.

    I have had to visit many emergency rooms and hospitals as a patient many times in my life due to many medical illnesses. Unfortunately. This review really covers the beginning of a 6 day stay. The ER was actually pretty efficient for non life threatening illnesses. Seating was at a premium in the waiting area. But I was seen in a very short time.

    After being admitted I was taken care of in a somewhat holding room while they waited for a bed to open. They were very good at seeing to my pain, discomfort and worked diligently on a diagnosis of my ailment. After being transferred to my shared room, care continued to surpass my past experiences.

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