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600 Highland Ave Madison, WI 53792
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Fue Moua
a month ago
Overall they're good at providding care but they're a bit intrusive and treat family/members like their stupid. Too many campuses. My mother has to go to 5-6 places for different things. They Schedule appointments with out your confirmation of days and times. You can be an expert in your profession all you want but if you don't treat people with courtesy and respect it doesn't matter.
Response from the owner - 2 weeks ago
Please contact Patient Relations (608) 265-0400 to discuss your experience at UW Hospital and Clinics.
Stephen Coon
5 months ago
I have had kidney disease for some time. I just had a AAA operation at the end of May and in Sept was told that I needed to prepare for a kidney transplant. My wife was a match and offered a kidney to me. I was turned down by the #4 rated hospital in the country. My doctor suggested that I contact the University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison. We met with the kidney transplant team and was approved. We were given an operation date in mid January. We arrived the day before surgery and at the hotel and at the hotel restaurant we overheard a man talking about his heart transplant 9 DAYS ago. My wife and I introduced ourselves and yes he did confirm the amazing story. That's when I knew God was at the wheel. The surgery started at 7:30 PM on my wife and 10:30 PM for me. I was out of surgery at 1:30 AM on Saturday morning. My wife was released the next day and I was released the following Tuesday. ALL the employees I encountered loved their jobs. WOW what a hospital. I am telling everyone about the people I have met. P.S. There are 3 doctors and 2 nurses in our family. By the way, the hospital that turned me down employed me in occupational medicine marketing years ago. 5 + stars.
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Noah Locke
11 months ago
Went to the West Side urgent care clinic for what I thought was an ear infection and received fantastic care. The wait wasn't too bad and the staff was friendly. My nurse was awesome and I left with a healthy ear :)
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Jessica Jones-Coggins
a year ago
It really depends on which clinic you visit. But major problems with privacy, receptionists shouting out your insurance info for all to hear, not the best medical assts. Met some very good nurses.There is a terrible inclination for staff to condescend by calling x-rays "pictures" and anesthesia"sleepy medicine". I mean really? Also a lack of understanding of how germs are passed.
Benedict Di Salvo
a month ago
Voice mail message: "Important" is not pronounced "imporTant" (but "impor'ant"… the "t" is nearly silent. I was corrected 30 yrs ago and pass the correction along ever chance I get. It is imporTant to me do do so. :-)
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lisa fawley
9 months ago
I've always had a Good visit at the clinic. But there are times I've had to wait a little bit in the ER.. Sometimes it's normal when they are busy. But a lot of people don't even want to go in the ER cause it takes all day. But the staff is nice and helpful and friendly. The place is always clean.
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Vanessa Jambois
12 months ago
I think this is an absolutely wonderful system and I really support teaching hospitals. HOWEVER if you have a choice in ER clinics for something "minor" like the flu or sprain or something, go to another ER. The UW ER is grossly understaffed in supervisors, meaning there is often only 1 supervising doc on, and everything has to pass through that 1 doc, regardless of how many residents they have working. Imagine an ER in a large city with only 1 doctor on staff...yeah. Expect to wait several hours to even be seen. Was in the ER the other day and there was a kid in so much pain he moaned and moaned for hours before being seen.
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Beverly Hood-Hicks
a year ago
Wow! I am so surprised to see such negative reviews of UW Hospital and Clinics! I had my kidney transplant at UW in 2006, (from a live donor - my mom) and I have always felt that I had the VERY BEST of care. I don't know what kind of doctors were seen by the patients who gave negative reviews of the hospital, but it would be helpful if that kind of information was provided with their review. As for myself, I can only say that my experience with UW Madison during the last seven years has been terrific! The doctors and staff have always been very thorough and compassionate; I am so grateful that my transplant care continues to be outstanding!
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