2019-10-03 10:52:56 via Google
I would give them 10 STARS, Hell ALL THE STARS THEY WANT! I was having breathing problems and chest pain and went to Kennedy in Washington Township because I work close by. I went in at 10 am and left in TEARS at 2:30 Without being taken in the back to be seen. I Drove myself to Inspira where its close to my home. When I arrived they took my information and brought me right back and gave me breathing treatments and it was two WONDERFUL, LOVING AND CARING RN'S Mrs. Shari and Mrs. Jessa! They comforted me and made me feel like they cared about me...I left at 6:30 feeling soo much better and they really are amazing. The ENTIRE STAFF was great. Mr. TERRY EVANS the respiratory Therapist. THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR HELP! I WISH MORE HOSPITALS HAD PEOPLE LIKE YOU! Thank you for coming to work and taking care of me!
2019-07-31 00:16:10 via Google
I feel that the Woodbury Inspira has improved and also they continue to care about how you the patient is doing. If they are going to keep up with big add on the Jefferson University hospital 🏥🏥 then they really need to add some more space and departments. We don't want to lose Inspira Hospital 🏥🏥 just because of the add on to Jefferson University Hospital 🏥🏥
2019-06-25 22:51:27 via Google
I had my daughter here and honestly they did amazing , her heart rate dropped extremely low in labor and they rushed an emergency c section and saved my daughters life! Grateful for the nurses and doctors, having my second baby there soon. Hopefully Its the same great experience.
2019-08-21 12:57:43 via Google
I will give this hospital five stars considering I've been born here and I've only had a few problems on some visits with the really long wait times, but I would think the reason for that is, I feel nurses just get hired on the spot there and don't really have much knowledge half the time, and I'm not sure how it works with seeing a doctor but it seemed quite odd that when my fiance was there for her heart, we didnt see an actual doctor until like 2 to 3 hours later when we got discharged.
2019-11-05 19:46:48 via Google
Back in November 2013 I was sent here by my ENT Dr. Breaslier for a lymphadectomy & Dr.Breaslier did the surgery to remove the lymph node & I had a golfball sized lymph node removed from my neck & before I went into surgery I got totally freaked out & I was sedated before I even saw the operating room. The surgery went well & I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma & fast forward to 2019 I am still in remission.
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