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West Virginia University Hospitals

West Virginia University Hospitals

Hospital
5 reviews

Rate West Virginia University Hospitals

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Ratings for West Virginia University Hospitals

3
Cleanliness
3
Facilities
1
Services
1
Value

WVU Dr made me choose which body part he would review would only look at one mri would not review both

flag | Submitted September 16, 2016

4
Cleanliness
3
Facilities
2
Services
2
Value

Just go the other way. After coming from Pittsburgh, this place is a nightmare. You never know if you're going to see a doctor with years of experience or a resident who was in high-school eight years ago & ready to order $5K in tests. My last visit there was in August & I encountered a neurological resident who was by far the rudest doctor in my life. Two minutes into my explanation of "what happened," or why I was there (at 0430) he rolled his eyes. I don't care if I'm a homeless man on the street, this isn't how you treat a person or furthermore, how you find out what's wrong so you can help them. One thing was certain..the bill made it to our house. Never again. Totally unprofessional & not helpful. Arrogant jerk!

flag | Submitted January 7, 2016

1
Cleanliness
1
Facilities
1
Services
1
Value

Test after test and no neurologist to be seen. Awful after coming from Boston where neurologists understand symptoms of my disease. There was blood on the floor in my room and the shower is the bathroom which means anyone that pees and misses ends up in the water you stand in. Staff ok some staff great the managing drs were mean and difficult to deal with.

flag | Submitted August 8, 2014

1
Cleanliness
3
Facilities
3
Services
1
Value

The housekeeping staff is very lazy. I have seen them sitting in closets playing on their cell phones. If you pay attention to the cleanliness of the rooms you will find a thick film of dirt and dust on the base boards in the rooms and bathrooms. There is thick dust in the ventilation systems of the intensive care units. There is residue of tape used for other patients on the bed rails. You can tell that the walls are rarely if ever washed.

flag | Submitted September 7, 2013

5
Cleanliness
5
Facilities
5
Services
4
Value

Quick caring service.

flag | Submitted September 29, 2012

Doctors at West Virginia University Hospitals

Dr. Jeffrey L. Neely

Dr. Jeffrey L. Neely

2 reviews

Latest Rating

Dr. Neely is extremely knowledgeable & patient oriented. Great Doctor - best I ever went to.

Dr. Russell Biundo

Dr. Russell Biundo

2 reviews

Latest Rating

Because of Dr. Biundo, my wife was able to avoid an unnecessary surgery.

Dr. Thomas F. Harman

Dr. Thomas F. Harman

3 reviews

Latest Rating

Dr. Harman did not appear to be incredibly considerate during my LEEP procedure. The entire procedure lasted about 10 minutes at maximum. Dr. Harman did not talk me ... Read more

Dr. Stephen J. Wetmore

Dr. Stephen J. Wetmore

3 reviews

Latest Rating

Dr. Wetmore is extremely knowledgeable in the sub-specialty of balance disorders. Highly recommended.

Dr. David F. Hubbard

Dr. David F. Hubbard

5 reviews
Dr. Carl R. Sullivan

Dr. Carl R. Sullivan

4 reviews

Latest Rating

I am a patient of Dr. Sullivan's at Chestnut Ridge Hospital in Morgantown, WV. I have been seeing him weekly since putting myself into detox for narcotics addiciton ... Read more

Dr. William T. Corder

Dr. William T. Corder

2 reviews

Latest Rating

Dr. Corder was polite, but rude, condescending and arrogant. I was refereed by my primary physician for an immunology issue but Dr. Corder made it his job to treat m... Read more

Dr. James D. Helsley

Dr. James D. Helsley

1 review
Dr. Robert Gustafson

Dr. Robert Gustafson

1 review

Latest Rating

Don't believe the hype.

Dr. Robert W. Keefover

Dr. Robert W. Keefover


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