Acute Care Hospitals
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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average




Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Portsmouth City County, VA.

Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private 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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My mom was there in a catatonic stat after seizures, she was there for 2 days before they gave her an iv. I had to leave work for a whole week to make sure they were actually carrying for her as a patient and not a house plant. Seizures and going to the ER over a three day period and two whole days admitted there in a catatonic state before they administered IV fluids or any medication. Really think about I dropped everything I had going on and started managing the situation. Asking lots and LOTS of questions and always being nice and understanding and polite, it was sickening considering... Me, my grand ma, my husband, and her husband all took turns to make sure she was NEVER alone there and it was hard and grueling because she is a handful even when she's herself and now she was like a 5 year old at times. Once she woke up the nurses didn't even try to hide their disdain for her from us, it was pathetic and they were apathetic. There's a reason that this place is locally known as murderview. I could go on about the nitty gritty details but just take my advice and never leave your loved alone under the care of these nurses,. If you love them then be there with them to make CERTAIN they are being cared for properly. (a month ago)

Worst place to deal with all they want is the money. If you owe them anything they want it . Some people don't have it they have to pay what they can.but I know this one person that owes 500.00 and got two bills tore them up and said she wasn't go to pay it and don't intend to pay.but they wouldnt work with me turned mind to collections and I was paying something every month. Can't wait to see what they do with her she thinks everything is free. I wouldn't take my dog there. (2 months ago)

I just have to say. .. I had an outpatient surgery done at Maryview. Every single person from the receptionist to the awesome PACU nurse treated me with kindness and compassion. I was overwhelmed with the staff. I am a nurse at a different huge hospital group and didn't exactly know what to expect but I was completely 100% satisfied. Amy from the OR was so sweet, she thanked me for the opportunity to care for me and said it was a privilege to take care of a fellow nurse. I just can't say enough about them. .. each and every one. 100% totally satisfied. To the point I should be in the next Maryview commercial. Thank you Maryview staff g for taking care of this nurse and making my stay one with only positive things to say. Grateful fir excellent care, Mary Perdue (3 months ago)

After my husband was transported by ambulance from Patient First for possible heart attack, he was admitted for 3 days. The nursing staff on 3 North was amazing. Thanks to Rosie, Krystina, Marianne, Michelle and Serenia as well as their nursing assistants. Thanks also to the Head nurse Tamieko. The doctors were kind and efficient also. You all made our stay the best hospital experience we have had, and there have been many over the years. I have to admit that we had experienced some less than stellar care for family members in the past, so I was a little concerned. Thanks again for taking good care of my husband. (4 months ago)

This is the most filthy hospital I have ever seen. The bathrooms smell like urine, the walls have dried urine streaks on them. The room and hallway floors have dried spills of Lord knows what on them. There are empty lab viles left in the patients rooms on suicide watch. Piles of dirt everywhere, like they haven’t used a dust mop for a month. The staff avoids passing your room and refuses eye contact IF they pass by so that they don’t have to interact with you incase you may need something. They give the patient paper scrubs and don’t even offer a blanket to keep warm. The waiting rooms have broken furniture in them. When the staff does speak to you, they are rude and condescending. Not to mention the five hour wait as the nurses laugh over their cell phones at the desk for majority of the night. (4 months ago)

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