Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Other

MEDSTAR UNION MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

201 EAST UNIVERSITY PARKWAY, BALTIMORE, MD 21218
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About MEDSTAR UNION MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

201 EAST UNIVERSITY PARKWAY
BALTIMORE, MD 21218

MedStar Union Memorial Hospital is a leading hospital that has been caring for community members for more than 160 years. Find a physician or service today.

Medstar Union Memorial Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Baltimore City County, MD.

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

Medstar Union 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

Have been going to this hospital for years. Last year had to meet the deductible on insurance, so I incurred a $1200 balance with Union Memorial. Set up a payment plan and made the payments on time. Went out of town last month(June 2018) and made the payment late. They automatically sent my account to the collection agency. No notice, no call or anything, and sent it to the worst agency that will trash your credit in a heartbeat. Very disappointed with Medstar. Customer service has gone down the drain in America, no one cares about anybody anymore. So sad...... Don't use this hospital unless your deductible is paid on your insurance....Wish I could give 0 stars... (a week ago)

I wish I could give it no stars. My mother was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and they sent her home to be "comfortable" basically wiped their hands clean with no further advice. Coming from a family that has never had a single person diagnosed with cancer you can only imagine the questions and concerns we all have felt to be left in the dark and told basically there is nothing they can do. The week she spent in there the hospital didnt feed her or give her anything to drink for 3 days until staff realized the family started bringing her food and drinks in to keep in her room. The floors have trash. The bathrooms are disgusting. I recommend going ANYWHERE but union memorial. Unless its just a common cold. They are not equipped to save anyone. Save your family the heart ache. (2 months ago)

To make a lomg story short, I had bad feelings about this hospital mainly because my father died at this hospital 2 years ago and I herd about other people passing at this hospital, so when I was admitted to the emergency room by ambulance naturally I had bad thoughts and feeling's about this place. I was admitted and hospitalized for four days and every nurse, technical worker's food worker's and all the doctor's that entered my room was on there best behavior and had good professional skills, I had no problems what so ever, and I will return to this hospital if I ever have any kind of illness or emergency's in the future!!! (2 weeks ago)

Took my wife there today for an out-patient surgical procedure. From the minute we walked into the hospital to the time we departed, the entire hospital staff was very pleasant and professional. They took great care of my wife. Even maintenance and housekeeping staff were friendly and pleasant. When I had to stop to look for signs to get to different parts of the hospital, an employee would great me and ask if I needed assistance. I am convinced that this hospital is very well managed and that the employees must love their jobs. Thanks to everyone (7 months ago)

Spiteful, vindictive, nasty pre-surgical care. I refused another pregnancy test, because I'd had one 3 weeks prior, and golly, we're not talking immaculate conception here. I was not pregnant. Because I refused to pay for another useless test, the entire staff decided to punish me. I had to wait, and wait, and wait, while my body went haywire because of T1D. No one asked me or talked to be about blood sugars but they wanted to know a whole lot about my uterus. The anesthesiologist told me she decided to give me ibuprofen. This didn't make sense to me, but I had to agree. I was manipulated into consenting to no real pain meds after major shoulder surgery, breaking and reconstructing it. When I awoke in so much pain I couldn't breathe, the nurses screamed at me. Called me names. Derided me for not understanding the alarms screeching, because my pulse and blood pressure were so high, was because of me. They made me wait an hour to give any pain meds. Then, they dumped me in a dark hallway, unable to move still, in a wheel chair, alone. I was asked to sign some forms, and did, hoping for some help. Any help. And I was abandoned. In the dark. My husband had to search for me. All for refusing a pregnancy test, apparently, and asking about the medical condition that was an actual imminent concern. Don't advocate for your own health, here, or you'll be informed of your mistake. (a month ago)

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