Critical Access Hospitals
Government - Hospital District or Authority

PARKVIEW HOSPITAL

901 S. SWEETWATER, WHEELER, TX 79096
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2.8 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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About PARKVIEW HOSPITAL

901 S. SWEETWATER
WHEELER, TX 79096

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Parkview Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Wheeler County, TX.

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

Parkview 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

Excellent service! Great nurses! I have been to the ER here a few times, and each experience was good (despite being in the ER) They are very accommodating and helpful! Very knowledgeable! My absolute FAVORITE thing about Parkview is that you can call 24/7 to make a doctors appointment, and get it scheduled usually the next day! They are also great with insurance and have great receptionists to check you in! (a month ago)

My grandmother has been admitted to this facility multiple times. This current visit she has been cared for it has been difficult to get questions answered when she was still in the ED. When asked for answers to specific questions pertaining to her condition, lab values, medications, etc, it was very difficult to get a straight answer. Most of the tome is was, “it’s a little low” or “her blood is not acidotic”. I don’t like to tell people I work in healthcare because I hate when people do it to me. However when I ask a specific question give me that specific answer. The medsurg floor is a little suspect. When a patient is admitted for pneumonia and her O2 sat in the ED was in the 80’s and they had her on oxygen why would you not continue it? Maybe it was the doc that didn’t order to continue it, but when I walk in to visit her and I personally check her sat and it is 84% I’m a little upset with the care. I will give kudos to Meghan, she is a very kind nurse taking care of my grandmother though. The rest of the hospital, probably would not be my first recommendation to people. (a week ago)

2 hour wait in the emergency room, while people who came in after get to go right back. Watched multiple people walk out while waiting to be treated and the gentleman at the reception desk just says good luck. Horrible service. (in the last week)

I'm surprised at the ratings that I'm reading. I've been there twice in 2 years and everyone was very helpful and accommodating. Out of the 2 times I was just hospitalized once and everyone on my care team was awesome. I prefer Randallia over PRMC. (3 months ago)

Sadly, I was admitted to the hospital almost immediately checking in the ER. However, the staff was nothing but exceptional! They did everything in their abilities to make sure that my stay and treatment was spot on! Thank you all so much! (a month ago)

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