Acute Care Hospitals
Proprietary

LANDMARK HOSPITAL OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

1285 CREEKSIDE BLVD E, NAPLES, FL 34108
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About LANDMARK HOSPITAL OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

1285 CREEKSIDE BLVD E
NAPLES, FL 34108

Landmark Hospital Of Southwest Florida is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Collier County, FL.

Landmark Hospital Of Southwest Florida does not have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Landmark Hospital Of Southwest Florida is a proprietary hospital.

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The staff here at Landmark has been extremely kind and compassionate to my family member; she has received excellent care. Additionally, Chef Mimmo has personally seen to Mom’s dietary needs and preferences and the food she has received is more dinning than typical hospital food. I even enjoyed guest trays of wild salmon and Fresh Pesto and Ravioli! Thank you for making a difficult time a bit easier. Little things that make a big difference. (2 months ago)

We are at landmark my husband is a patient. The care he is receiving is excellent . All the caregivers are kind and treat patients with compassion. Meals are great If you close your eyes you would think you were at a fine restaurant. chef mimmo prepares meals like stuffed chicken with ravioli and lobster sauce. His chocolate mousse is wonderful. (2 months ago)

This place is amazing and very clean inside and out . nice staff there on top of everything and any questions we have or asked they answered . And the chef Nemo he was awesome and help us out he brought us something fresh from the kitchen for me and my mom to eat so we didn't have to leave are loved one . thank you guys for caring .. He cooks like he does at home everything is fresh not processed food . So thanks you Chef Nemo. .. .. (a month ago)

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Stay far away from this place. I spent months here recovering from major surgery. We will start with the nurses assistants. I don't think they ever helped us make a single bed. My wife had to change sheets on a daily basis. My glucose level was supposed to be checked multiple times a day. For some reason they stopped checking it even though it was ordered by my doctors. One lazy tech even tried to pass an alcohol pad as a tissue because he was too incompetent to get more alcohol pads to sterilize my finger before he poked my fingers to get a sample. Also many of them seemed to speak very little English. It was hard to communicate with them on several occasions. They also seemed annoyed when ever we asked for something. Things like bed sheets, bath supplies and beverages always were responded with a "sigh". Next on to the nursing staff. Don't get me wrong there are some good nurses here, but many bad ones as well. I have had nurses not washing hands or using gloves when dealing with my picc lines. Hence the reason for multiple picc line infections while in their care. I believe other patients had them as well. Also had one male nurse compare my major wound pain to him having extreme pain from kidney stones. The same nurse also believed I was faking my pain. That was until he talked to the doctor to say I was over medicated. Which the doctor replied with look at his wound. I also had a nurse not being able to find on the computer my daily medication. Her excuse was she couldn't find it in the system. Which I find weird since it was in there the whole time. Many times I was left alone laying in bile since my wound leaked and the nurses seemed to not care to even have the techs help change the sheets or to even patch my wound leak. I mostly had to do this myself because if I didn't do it no one else would. One nurse even started screaming at a lady next door with dementia. She screamed shut up no one is going to help you. The nursing staff always had too many patients. Response times were way to long to get help. I had to wait over an hour on so many occasions before a nurse would enter my room. On to wound care.... I had so many wound leaks during my stay. That wasn't the major problem. The problem was the reason why they couldn't patch or change my wound. The excuse every time was "we have too many patients". I'm sorry that is not my problem. I think I heard that excuse from Kerri at least two dozen times. Plus my wound needed to be changed at least 3 times a weeks but they would only do it twice a week, which led to major skin breakdown and pain. On my last day there I experienced a major leak, but since I was getting transferred they decided not to change my wound so I leaked all over the place in the medical transport for 4 hours. Then all night at the new hospital. This place needs to learn how to prioritize patients depending on the complexity of their wounds. Also they need to hire more wound care nurses or find more competent ones. Lastly on to the nurse supervisor.. His name was Scott. This man is just pure miserable. His arrogance is disturbing for such a terrible nurse. He has definitely lost his passion for helping patients. I am baffled at some of the words that had come out of his mouth. I know for a fact that all the staff disliked him as well. (a month ago)

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