Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Other

CALVERT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

100 HOSPITAL ROAD, PRINCE FREDERICK, MD 20678
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About CALVERT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

100 HOSPITAL ROAD
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD 20678

Calvert Memorial Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Calvert County, MD.

Calvert Memorial Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Calvert Memorial Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - other 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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Reviews

I had blood test taking here Nurse was wonderful didnt feel the needle and was in and out in minutes! they did terrific job (3 months ago)

Terrible experience. Again. Starting from the ambulance ride who simply thought my son had a bruise and that he was fine to go to the hospital in my wife's car. He had a broken collar bone... 6 hours later and only Tylenol 3 for pain meds. One of the nurse's indicated he had to be admitted for strong pain meds. Yet Children's in DC gave us Oxycodone when we walked in the door... and let it set in before taking their own x-rays. The only redeeming quality was that some of the nurses were very sweet and radiology with the portable x-ray machine was outstanding. (though they had to take pictures twice) (5 months ago)

One of the worst hospitals in Maryland. Don't expect staff there to treat you with respect. I have never felt extremely discriminated and disrespected. (5 months ago)

I don't know why you're forced to even give one star. I almost didn't want to write this review solely on the fact that I'm forced to give Calvert memorial a star. My father passed away in this hospital 9 months ago. He was being discharged and then he fell and the hospital did not catch the internal bleeding. Ok, mistakes are made. However, they knew my dad was dying for three hours and not one family member got a phone call. I have the medical reports to show.. so if anyone thinks I'm crazy I'm happy to show them. No one was able to be there for my dad because of THEM. I'm 25 years old and I never got to say goodbye to my dad thanks to this hospital. I don't really know how to write a review about a hospital taking away everything, but that's what they did. (a year ago)

K M

Expect untalented, rude, rural doctors and even more so from the nurses. Nobody goes here if they have another choice. $5000+ for 12 hours of waiting and 90 seconds of treatment. Once I got a room, it was extraordinarily filthy. Keebler Cracker wrappers, pudding tops, Jello tops, about 12 pounds of lint... and more waiting. I asked for treatment and a "doctor" decided to be sarcastic instead. The nurses talked curtly about me in my presence. I get a bill and call to dispute it since it was already paid and their crappy call center is closed at 5 pm (open until 11 pm, according to the bill). They try to intimidate me with a lawyer call back. Turns out, they never ran my insurance, despite giving the information at least seven times. The excuse being that their "system changed". Go to a real hospital. These people aren't real physicians. They're the rejects. The only way I would send someone here is if I wanted them to die from malpractice, neglect, or contamination. (5 months ago)

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