Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

LAUREL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

7300 VAN DUSEN ROAD, LAUREL, MD 20707
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About LAUREL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

7300 VAN DUSEN ROAD
LAUREL, MD 20707

Laurel Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Prince Georges County, MD.

Laurel Regional Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Laurel Regional 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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Ever heard of upcoding? This hospital is the definition of that. I came in with sharp pain in my stomach. They ran every test they could bill my insurance for. I asked for ice or water they said no because I had thrown up. They left me in a room with a fever of 102 for two hours. They finally came to get me for an MRI, then CAT scan which I wasn’t sure why I was getting in the first place. The put me back in the room for another hour. They came back to get X-rays, I was weak and collapsed when I tried to get up, instead of helping me the nurse got in my face and told to calm down to slow my breathing that I was going to kill myself if I didn’t calm down. I could barely talk and I was cover in cold sweat I told I need water. After FIVE hours of being in the hospital she finally had them put me an IV. I stayed over night the pain was still going. They said test were inconclusive. In the morning they switch my IV bag and the new shift came in. I told the nurse I was still in pain she said there nothing more we can do, we need the bed. She then took out my new IV and said this isn’t happen quick enough, you’ll be fine, go home and buy some TUMs, go see your doctor on Monday, mind you this was Saturday morning. I continued in pain for the rest of the weekend. I got an appointment for Tuesday and my doctor let me know it was probably an ulcer and the testing they did was completely unnecessary. They should have done an endoscopy. Then he review the test from the hospital and there was abnormal results for my kidney but the nurse nor the doctor even mentioned that to me. The hospital is horrible they are rude and they don’t care about the patient they just want to make sure they get the biggest and quickest pay out of your insurance. (a month ago)

the worse staff imaginable. you will be created in the ER by a receptionist who will have an attitude no matter why you have come they will actually move there chair rather than see you in pain. then you get placed in a room to be ignored for no less than an hour all attempts to signal a nurse using the call button will be ignored as well as request for pain medicine or even a blanket. as much as Laurel is growing I would think they would need at least a half way decent medical facility to look after it's citizens. the told me I had cancer as a child I guess that's the disease of choice when you don't know what you are doing 3 years ago after weeks of testing they told me I needed a new liver then discharged me telling me I need figure out what to do next on my own this place sucks and should be taken down with dynamite (5 months ago)

Worst ER hospital I've ever been to. Between the lack of communication amongst staff and the lack there of proper protocols and policies the place is mess. Perhaps it's just the staff, however, I do not recommend the Laurel Regional ER to anyone. The wait time to get in is not too long but once you're in the back, forget about it. You are going to spend the entire day waiting, while you listen to the doctors, nurses, and techs talk about their personal lives. But Nurse Amy tells me "we literally have people dying" REALLY?!?! Then why are you all out here gossiping during work hours instead of helping the patients that are paying for your service. Terribly disappointed, thought that under University of Maryland they would operate better, staff would be more knowledgeable, and as a patient receive the excellent care we deserve. Needless to say, I WAS WRONG! (5 months ago)

This hospital is in a great area. I would think they would have the best of everything. I won’t go here for anything serious. Geepers creepers watch out!! (4 months ago)

Don't even bother. This ER has one of the slowest and most time wasting staff ever. I brpught my little kid who was burning with a serious ear infection. Imagine waiting more than 3 hours before even being called in. An additional 2 or more hours before being attended to by a doctor. I'll rather drive to Holy Cross or Anne Arundel medical from now on. Once I was here, a patient threw up all over the floor. No one came to clean it up for almost 30 minutes. By the way, this isn't the first, second or even third time I've had this experience here. (5 months ago)

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