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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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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. (a month 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! (in the last week)

I've went here twice in 48hours to simply have my finger drained because i got an infection from studio nails..i get there and the doctor stabs my finger repeatedly in the wrong place after i already communicated to him where it was my finger needed to be poked. So needless to say i left in way more pain than i came in and my finger is still infected right now. Im a dental student, i can't be walking around here with this digusting abscess on my finger. I pay out of pocket for my insurance so i should receive the treatment i pay for. (a month ago)

Great people!! Lousy website. Terrible phone tree. I needed to refill a prescription for eye drops from the outpatient pharmacy. I needed to know if the Randallia pharmacy had it in stock or if I had to go to another location. I called 6 times over a period of 1 1/2 hours, the hospital general number, the pharmacy number, etc. Got either no answer at all, message telling me to leave a voicemail to be returned within 24 hours, etc. On 6th call, got to a person who asked me my name and my doctor's name; then, without any further comment, transferred me to my doctor's office. I tried to work through the Parkview website. Found lots of info about how great Parkview is, the awards it won, the great careers available, and how to volunteer or make a financial donation. Nothing about how to get contact with the pharmacy or get my eye drops refilled. Lots of good stuff about pharmacy careers though, and some awards it won. From a non-Parkview source I finally got a direct number into the pharmacy. The ladies there were immediately helpful. They called "upstairs" to make sure the medicine was available and told me my wife could pick it up for me. They even made sure I knew how long it would be before I could get it. They should get a pat on the back. They are the only reason this is not a zero-star review. You guys need to look at your phone tree and website from a user perspective. Maybe a little less about you and a bit more about serving the people who need you. (3 months ago)

The hospital is a state of the art facility. They really did great the 23 days I spent there. But their billing department is awful! They refuse to work out a manageable payment with you. I was always told if you make a monthly payment that they can't send you to collections but guess what. They can if you dont meet their unrealistic monthly expectations. Even when you explain they are not your only debtor (5 months ago)

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