Acute Care Hospitals
Government - Hospital District or Authority

ONSLOW MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

317 WESTERN BOULEVARD, JACKSONVILLE, NC 28540
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Above the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About ONSLOW MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

317 WESTERN BOULEVARD
JACKSONVILLE, NC 28540

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

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

Onslow Memorial Hospital is a government - hospital district or authority 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 don’t often see very nice reviews for the emergency room services at this hospital. But I must say, I was brought by ambulance today, and the staff in the ER couldn’t of been any more nice and caring. The nurses that helped with my care were absolutely incredible, kind, and patient. The doctor as well, he was very thorough and professional with his communication, as well as everything else, and managed to be very kind at the same time. Thank you Onslow team for your help today! (in the last week)

Went to the XRay department and had a great experience. I was taken care of promptly, the staff was courteous, professional and caring. My procedure could have been a painful experience, but everyone taking care of me made it look easy when I know it could be complex. This department definetely earned my praises and I will choose them anytime if given the opportunity to choose if the need arises. (in the last week)

Once again I was treated like a dope head. Was in terrible pain and the PA ran my name and saw was there before I have serious back issues and when he saw I was given pain meds a month ago his whole attitude changed .He no longer cared about me. The nurse practically threw my discharge paperwork at me and walked out. I should have been given a cat scan and now I'm still hurting and will have to go out of town for help. I understand the controlled substance laws but to treat people like trash is not forgiving. I will never go back. It's just not fair. (a week ago)

If I could give this place zero stars that’s what it would receive. They spend money on stupid commercials saying why they’re so great when they should invest the money to make the Emergency Department run more efficiently. Spending more than 4 hours waiting to be seen is a bit ridiculous if you ask me. (in the last week)

I could probably change my review every so often considering I’ve been seen at this hospital since birth with varying experiences. My last visit to the ER is really sitting on my mind and I want to leave feedback before I start forgetting. Visit 4/11 at 8pm I’m rushing to hospital in complete distress. Gushing bleeding while pregnant. - I walk up to the check-in desk to a receptionist that is laughing to a co-worker and I have to wait for her conversation to end to be assisted. All while feeling the blood soaking through my clothes. -They do start to take me more serious and get me checked in quickly. And after some time also give me some pads! Thank you! -Overall spent close to 6 hours at hospital for blood work and ultrasound. -First woman to draw my blood was fast, efficient, and pain-free! Wish I knew her name. Turns out they need more blood so Mayra a tech comes in. She jabs me like she’s harpooning an animal. She tries twice and my vein blows both times (never happened before in my life.) So another nurse comes in and pokes that same arm 4 more times. “Oh wow your veins blow easy.” No actually they don’t. she tries the other arm and right away gets her vials filled. This is all while knowing ultrasound is ready and waiting on me (blood draw was at least a 45 minute process, I am afraid of needles, was not allowed to drink water, felt very unwell from all the poking and DIGGING.) I’m literally waiting to find out if my baby is alive and it was prolonged because of bad blood draws. It’s been 5 days and I’m still severely bruised from it. -The actual doctor (Polanczyk) and nurse seeing me were nice, answered all my questions, and I felt cared about my situation. -Ultrasound technician was wonderful! (a month ago)

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