Acute Care Hospitals
Government - Local

VIDANT DUPLIN HOSPITAL

401 N MAIN ST, KENANSVILLE, NC 28349
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average

Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About VIDANT DUPLIN HOSPITAL

401 N MAIN ST
KENANSVILLE, NC 28349

Vidant Health - Vidant Duplin Hospital is an outstanding health care facility located in Kenansville, a picture-book town that's big on friendly.

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

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

Vidant Duplin Hospital is a government - local 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

You should truly be in fear living in an area where this is your hospital. Brought my girlfriend in with sever chest pain ( to the point where she couldn't breathe) she has a serious heart condition as well and when we got there and she described her symptoms we where told to sit and wait, while the old lady after us imedietly was given an EKG when she said she had chest pain. That is required by law to be done ASAP with chest pain to rule out hesrt attacks and when I asked the nurse why my girlfriend wasn't given one her reply was "she's young it can't be a hesrt issue I'm not concerned" and refused to give her one when we asked saying it was a waste of her time. THAT is discrimination (my girlfriend is 25). After the wait we went into the room and did an x-ray and finally an EKG after we had to demand it. While waiting for results they had a patient in a chair across from us with three police offers watching him, clearly he was a danger and what do they do? Tell me I must wait in the waiting room because they did not want anyone to be there that didn't have to be. I told them I want to stay with my girlfriend and she did too and they said I would be arrested if I didn't go, after attempting to stay, I was kicked out of the hospital.... 3 minutes later they just discharged my girlfriend... Keep in my she was still having chest pains and they said to see another doctor next week. We went home and my girlfriend stayed up with chest pain and crying all night scared to fall asleep because every time she laid down the pain came back. This place is disgusting , and people should be in fear having this as their emergency room. (in the last week)

After getting back to see the doctor he talk to me less then two minutes. Never once looked at me, or checked the contusions all over my body " his words on my discharge papers CONTUSIONS, MULTIPLE SITES". I told him what was really hurting, and he ordered CT, and X-Rays on the things that was just tender, not the part's that I could feel my heart beat in. The real kicker is on the discharge papers it said the text they run would be reviewed the following day. We came home and took pictures of all the bruises, neck, lower back, hip, right arm, right scapula that broke the skin, right knee and the right leg that the fibula can be felt by touching my leg. The entire time I am listening to all the staff, worried about making sure they are not out of the flavor of Ice cream that was being handed out by hospital. The doctor name is Satti Bilal. MD. if you happen to see him walk in you room to treat you, demand a different doctor or just go to a real hospital. (2 weeks ago)

May 20th 2018 at about 10:15 am we arrived at this so called hospital. We were headed to Duke on I40 from Wilmington. The pain I was experiencing was something I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy. We saw a sign for hospital and I wanted to stop there due to the severity of pain. The difficulty getting from the vehicle into the wheelchair was hard for my husband since I could not move. No one would come outside to assist him. Once inside they took my information. We felt relieved that we found this hospital enroute to Durham. WRONG. A true nightmare. The ER waiting room was filled with excactly two people.I felt relieved knowing just two were ahead of me. My entire time waiting was in pain. I was crying but tried hard to keep it down. 30 minutes of sitting, not one person out of two was called. I knew that ER's took cases by severity so my husband asked how much longer. The woman said two were ahead of me. I told her to ask if perhaps the next person would let me go since they didn't appear to be in distress. She wouldn't. Through my tears I said we had to leave..she threw a paper at me to sign..no apologies..no kindness. No concern whatsoever .I refused to sign it. I was now even more upset because of the mistreatment. The ride to Durham was rough..but as soon as we drove up to ER we had assistance. I was taken to triage within 6 minutes. I am truly lucky and greatful for what real medical professionals did for me. I am not sure why this hospital treated a 70 year old woman the way they did. I will never forget the emotional pain they caused. (in the last week)

I had a full hystrectomy. I was in the hospital for 3 days. The nurses, and staff was excellent. They made every effort to make me feel comfortable. Dr. Averill was my doctor and she was awesome. I would recommend her and this hospital to everyone. I should mention that I drove an hour and 15 minutes to be seen by her and for her to do my surgery. (6 months ago)

Emergency In this hospital is terrible not only do you have to wait for hours feeling terrible but when you do finally get to see the physician pray you don't get Joann because she is the nastiest physician. Her attitude is unbelievable nothing to have to deal with when already not feeling well! 😠 (5 months ago)

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