Acute Care Hospitals
Proprietary

STONESPRINGS HOSPITAL CENTER

24440 STONE SPRINGS BOULEVARD, DULLES, VA 20166
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3.4 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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About STONESPRINGS HOSPITAL CENTER

24440 STONE SPRINGS BOULEVARD
DULLES, VA 20166

Stonesprings Hospital Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Loudoun County, VA.

Stonesprings Hospital Center does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Stonesprings Hospital Center is a proprietary 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 was suffering with extreme pain. The ER doctors and nurses were professional and very kind. I ended up needing emergency surgery and the surgeon was awesome. The OR staff was kind, friendly, and professional as well. The nurses on the floor were incredible too. I can't say enough about this hospital. Thank you so much for taking such good care of me! Your commitment to excellence is amazing! (2 weeks ago)

This hospital sucks! VERY UNPROFESSIONAL! Not interested in patient care! My cousin came to this ER twice in the last few days. He was there last night. He has a history of strokes and came to the ER because his leg had started swelling and was getting more swollen. We are appalled with the ER staff as they do not want to help, and both the staff and the doctors spoke VERY rudely and condescendingly to the my cousin. My cousin was able to record some of the conversation. Their attitude is disturbing and dangerous to patients truly in need of emergency care. My cousin is now going to seek care at a different institution, hopefully one more appropriate and concerned with serving the patients who come to them for treatment. I would NEVER recommend this hospital to anyone! (2 weeks ago)

Twice in the past year I have visited the emergency room at Stone Springs Hospital. On both occasions I have been disappointed with the staff and the emergency room doctors. The nurses give out medical advice they know nothing about. The staff does not want to help and both the staff and the doctors speak condescendingly to the patient. After the visit, it is impossible to get any information about your stay; test results will not be given out. You will never be able to speak with the doctor that saw you for future follow up. In this day and age with so many people pretending to know and telling lies, the patient has to be his own advocate. That is not possible at Stone Springs as the doctors do not want to listen to another opinion--for fear they may be wrong. What ever you, do you can not criticize them. Stone Springs is not the place to get well. If you want to stay alive, continue your drive on the the next hospital and get well. (a month ago)

I came here last month after being diagnosed at another facility with diverticulitis. I was out of town and by the time I made it home I was was worse, so I came here to be admitted. The nurses in the ER were great and the doctor was really nice, and I was medicated with an anti inflammatory for pain. That did not work and I was informed by the doctor that I was on some list of patients that could not receive anything else for pain, so they could admit me, but I would remain in pain while I was there. Of course I decided to leave. By the time I was admitted to another facility, the diverticulitis actually had a small rupture, resulting in a week long hospital stay instead of just possibly overnight. I guess this is the hospital's way of saying they don't want to treat you anymore. I could see if I were being sent home, but I was being admitted. Pretty sad that I can't be treated at my local facility due to discrimination (a month ago)

Few weeks ago I accompanied my friend to the ER and the closest hospital was in StoneSprings. This was the first time we've been here and It was new, clean and organized. I won't forget the guy named Bryan who registered us at the ER he had a pleasing smile right when we came in and even though my friend wasn't feeling well he made it seem that they got it all covered and taken care of. We were like the 3rd in line but being the only one by himself, he was able to handle it and treated us in a kind and professional manner. We then were seen by the nurse and everybody was nice and made it a calm and pleasing experience for my friend who was then discharged after few hours. We are not in the area but would not mind the drive as long as we know we get the best care. Kudos! (4 months ago)

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