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80 Seymour St Hartford, CT 06102, United States
80 Seymour StreetUSConnecticutHartford06102
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Hartford Hospital, a Hartford HealthCare partner, is central CT’s leading tertiary medical center with a world class medical staff, supported by over 7,000 extraordinary nurses & staff members.
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"Blood work came in and they refused to explain it to me!"
"I never received the free portable heart monitor from the cardiology cilliac."
"I had chest symptoms and fell unconscious ad hit my head in several area."
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Eli Gutman
a month ago
This place is absolute Garbage. they cheap out on basic supplies and waste the ones that cost a lot on massive scales. They treat you based on your profile, if you're black you're fucked, if you're white and a girl well I recommend hartford hospital ironically. I had a friend who was recently a patient there, this man actually works there 6th floor or something. They noticed He was ill a couple weeks ago while he was on shift and graciously wheeled him down to the ER. Once their it took 5 hours just to get some IV Saline and a note to leave. This is not the paragon of efficiency these people market themselves as. My own experience was back in 2008 so it could be markedly different but after hearing my buddies tale I'm not hearing much has changed and this hospital is as lackluster and money grubbing as ever. Just remember, blame the doctors and the administrators, not the nurses, the nurses are trying to help you everyone else is making money off you, you do the math.
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Dustin Miles
a month ago
Larry Besel
5 months ago
I was having a heart attack when I arrived in the ER was given first class support and had.a Heart stent procedure completed within an hour of my arrival - fantastic medical support from tithe moment I arrived till the moment I left 2.5 days later!
Kaitlyn Mcsweeney
10 months ago
I had chest symptoms and fell unconscious ad hit my head in several area. It took an hour mins just to get an ice pack for my possible concussion! I never received the free portable heart monitor from the cardiology cilliac. I had a great er doctor dr. Otoole who was very professional and knew what he was doing.
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John Sforza
5 months ago
My son was brought in my ambulance and was moved to the pacu floor 4th floor , they had patients scatter all over the hospital and no knowledge were they were transferred from the ER ,IT TOOK ME HOUR AND 20 MIN TO LOCATE MY SON .. IT WAS READING HE WAS STILL IN THE ER after he had been moved several several hours later. Upon arriving at his unit floor slash room I was told I could stay with him and than next shift comes in its all different you can be in here they can't have visitors mind you I ride in the ambulance with him (no car) I was rudely told by Carla Sullivan and Denise on that floor .. I thought the idea was to help the patient they had my son so upset his heart rate was exploding he was in tears to think he had to sit in a bed no tv no visitors until UNKNOWN THEY HAD NO ANSWERS FOR HIM ... it's nit his fault they are over whelmed the care I saw these 2 nurses display towards other patients and family's is just unheard of .. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO A DIFFERENT HOSPITAL A CARING And ONE THAT TRULY LOOKS OUT FOR THE BEST HEALTH CARE POSSIBLE for YOURSELF AND A FAMILY member... ..BOYCOTT HARTFORD HOSPITAL IN CT
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Sara Kiryluk
a week ago
Amazing staff on Bliss 8. After having surgery they took great care of me.
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Kathryn Harris
10 months ago
It took 12 hours yesterday for the ER department to get a urine specimen and blood test results in order to treat my husband for dehydration due to an already diagnosed Urinary Tract Infection. My husband has been in and out of Hartford numerous times over the past 11+ years and we have NEVER had a satisfactory experience in the ER. It never takes less than 10-12 hrs and on most occasions there has been some type of screw up. Either lab tests that didn't get done or that got lost or shifts changing and hand-offs not working. The sad part is that the initial screw up that occurred 11 years ago left my husband partially paralyzed and with brain damage due to an undiagnosed brain aneurysm that ruptured. His life was ruined because they couldn't administer a simple CT scan. I have had it with this Hospital's ER department! The nurses are inattentive and rude and the Dr's, if you can get one to see you, are equally insensitive.
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laura pelletier
a year ago
First off, I would like to say that I had great nurses and doctors about five years ago in the surgery center and the care was wonderful. However, not the same can be said about the Emergency Department; I am disgusted with the lack of sympathy and care. Three days ago, my healthy 20-something year old friend had her first seizure after fainting and hitting her head on a tile floor. She was rushed to the E.D. via ambulance. She had another seizure in the ambulance, and another about five minutes after she was wheeled into the E.D. Nurses AND a couple doctors saw that she was seizing. She was taken into a testing room and no said told my friend and I what she was going to be tested for. She eventually was wheeled to a patient room, where we found out she had no tests or x-rays done on her head and that she only had an ECG done. The doctor said she had a panic attack. She was dismissed and we went home. Yesterday, she had another seizure at her home and was rushed back to Hartford Hospital's E.D. She also had seizures in the ambulance again and in the E.D. She was immediately brought into a patient room, where she waited an hour and a half for her nurse to see her. Essentially, she was there for about six hours yesterday and no tests were done once again. An IV was not even placed in her. She also had two more seizures while she was waiting and nothing was done. She was dismissed yesterday evening. This kind of behavior demonstrated by the E.D. is appalling. One would think that a healthy, 20-something year old female having a first seizure is something of concern, but not to the doctors or nurses we saw. Even after witnessing her seize, nothing was done. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone.
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