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Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center, a not-for-profit hospital located in Rockville, MD, combines patient-focused healthcare and advanced technology close ...

Adventist Healthcare Shady Grove Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Montgomery County, MD.

Adventist Healthcare Shady Grove Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Adventist Healthcare Shady Grove Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - church hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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I recently gave birth to my son 4 weeks early at Shady Grove Hospital. I had a wonderful experience with the hospital and all of it's staff. I was well taken care of and felt that I had the individual attention of all the nurses. Special shout outs are Sheila, Marcia, Judi, Michelle, Alexis, Hannah and Evie and many others. Thank you for making our stay special and comfortable! (a month ago)

I recently gave birth at Shady Grove Medical with our second boy. Overall experience was good. All the nurses were absolutely wonderful. When you give birth, you see several nurses. Everyone was willing to help and attend to whatever it is that I needed. At one point, we needed assistance on swaddling and they came right away. The last nurse who had me as a patient, Sheila, made sure I understand about mother and baby care. She made sure that my husband heard the conversation and looked at him for validation that he was listening. My only downfall was that I've been suffering from cold/cough and I think it became worse because of how dry the room was at the hospital. I was already drained from labor and birth then on top of it was the constant coughing. Maybe a humidifier , although expensive, may be beneficial in the long run for the patients. (a month ago)

I moved to The Daley 6 months ago from an older apartment community in another part of the nearby area. I immediately was struck by the attractiveness of this coomunity, and the apartment is bright, airy, comfortable. I rarely even need heat . My husband and I like it a bit cooler than most but the apartment rarely goes below 68 degrees. Perfect for us. There is lots of kitchen storage, more than adequate closet space, beautiful Moen plumbing fixtures. Our electric bill is less than our old place and it was half the space we occupy now. There are lots of social activities here, a hard-working and pleasant staff in the rental office and maintenance, and being a block from the Metro is wonderful. It is truly just outside the door. Starbucks 150 feet from the entrance.All in all, a great deal. (3 months ago)

We just spent several days at Shady Grove Adventist hospital after delivering our baby girl. Growing up we were always uneasy being in a hospital setting, however, this has truly been such a comfortable experience. The nursing staff, the doctors, and all of the other staff that we encountered always treated us so warmly. The entire experience felt more like a hotel stay than a stay at the hospital -- and that is saying a lot! Thank you to the amazing Shady Grove hospital team (7 months ago)


By far, the most excruciating experience. I hope those understand the trauma I experienced-following this visit. I would highly reccomend, how ffecrive their policy is, of not allowing those to be heard. It is strong, that they owner, not many, but especially one person- a new life. It took many months to heal from this time, I would steer CLEAR of the nurses, and further, the food. I would also highlight their malpractice, shady and in more ways than one, staff, working behind the scenes, to make sure your stay is WAY past intended and desired patients needs or asssesments. It is incredible, the disrespect, diagnosis that is false, and care that is ugly and wrong. I make every effort to show those how I’ll, not just the system, but also the practices are in this facility are. It is clear they are hidden, and allow off patients and wrong standard of conduct to direct and steer their choices. I highly reccomend the staff, to be reviewed, especially the nurses, and doctors-whom claim to know how to effectly treat those in such conditions of ill. I make every move to highlight their I’ll-choices-safe-making ways of profiting off of patients-even when they are in plain sight. It is disgraceful, sick, and untrustworthy. I hope it is clear, they are re getting away, have, and will continue to if they are re not opened and clearly searched, for more of their wrongdoing. Not just as a patient, but also as a server of society. It’s is wrong, in all ways, how they have treated one and MANY services and patients. (2 months ago)

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