Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

PALMETTO HEALTH TUOMEY HOSPITAL

129 N WASHINGTON ST, SUMTER, SC 29150
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as 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 PALMETTO HEALTH TUOMEY HOSPITAL

129 N WASHINGTON ST
SUMTER, SC 29150

Palmetto Health Tuomey, in Sumter, South Carolina, provides a full range of health care services for Sumter, Lee and Clarendon counties.

Palmetto Health Tuomey Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Sumter County, SC.

Palmetto Health Tuomey Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Palmetto Health Tuomey Hospital 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

Location and Directions

Reviews

Fastest ER visit ever! We were in, got seen and cared for and discharged within 30 minutes. Thanks for the super fast and friendly service. You all are awesome!!! (2 weeks ago)

Went for endoscopy in day surgery and was treated very well. Such a nice staff, especially was impressed at how friendly, caring and personable the anesthesiologist was. They all were awesome but she really stood out to me. (2 months ago)

My fiancé’s grandmother was up there last night, her heart was out of rhythm and they were able to get her back pretty quick. Both of our nurses were great but that is about all that was good. The ER was DISGUSTING!!! Trash all over the floors and various body fluids in the waiting room! When we got back to the room there was blood that was not hers on the floor, the counters were so nasty, my fiancé had to clean the bathroom before her grandmother could use it!! There also were medical gowns and supplies out on the counter for a very long period of time before our nurse stuck them back in the cabinet. I am very disappointed with how nasty this hospital is. (a month ago)

1964-A blast from the past! Who remembers when Tuomey looked like this? I do... I was born there and My mother and sister worked there . My sister was a RN in Labor and Delivery. Mother worked n Medical Records- then later Administration. She was in Radiology (Xray) we called it ther dungeon because there were no windows. (2 months ago)

If you have a life-threatening condition, call an ambulance. If you show up at the ER, you will surely die before anyone gets up off their lazy butts to assist. In the wee hours of Feb 14, I carried my wife, an RN of over 40 years, into the ER. Nobody offered to help. Nobody even glanced at us! My wife was gasping for her next breath, and was losing feeling in her extremities. She could not even feel her lips .....she and I were afraid that she was dying. The ER admissions folks? The guy looked comatose, and never spoke or looked our direction. The female, as I am trying to ensure that my wife will not slide out of her chair, snaps, "If you WANT her to be seen, we'll need her information!" I turned to look, unsure that the woman is even addressing us, since she is facing 60 degrees in the other direction. I said, "My wife cannot breathe! We are hear for HELP!" She LAUGHED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes! I was raised to never strike a woman, and I've never had an urge to do so until encountering this disgusting excuse for a human being. SURELY, Tuomey can find a random homeless person with more human compassion and skills than this woman. If my wife had needed an epi pen or any urgent measures to counter an allergic reaction, dilate blood vessels, whatever, she would be dead or unconscious before anyone would attend to her in this ER. Once you finally reach the trained healthcare personnel, you will be okay.....in a past experience with my daughter, that took 9 hours....we were in a room, post-triage, with her in extreme pain, and had not seen a physician after 9 hours! At any rate, last night, the radiology folks were caring and wonderful folks, as was the pulmonary nurse. The doctor was good, too. The folks up front need to find a job for which they'd be better suited --- torturing animals or something. I was totally shocked and disgusted by their behavior! (5 months ago)

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