I was sent to Bethesda North Hospital February 17th for a bad head laceration. I had excellent care and was very impressed with how attentive the staff was and how thorough they were with any answers to my questions. The food was, well, okay. But the service was great!
My neck was a mangled mess. It started when I was 10 years old, and the pain grew and got so bad, I barely lived a life. In 2025 I broke it. had to stop working in 2001. I loved my business, as an International Iterior Designer. I had no idea that I could have surgery. Dr. Borden removed the two large bones at the base of neck, through the front of my neck. My pain level is 80% better then it was. I am still healing, 10 months later. Total healing is 1-2 years. Wow!
It's never fun to be in the ER, but I was treated so well. Everyone listened and was kind. They explained what they were doing and why. I especially appreciated the nurse, Kylie, and the P.A. Jennifer. Thank you all for the wonderful care.
Very friendly staff I’ve never been treated so well. They all were great. Very clean rooms and loved how warm my room was. I’ll make the drive it’s well worth it.
I visited the ER today for a possible hypertension emergency. Every single person (front desk associate, Clinton, Tom, Jessica, the doc, and Wild Flowers) were amazing and caring and attentive. However, Deanna with the "can I speak to the manager" haircut was so disrespectful. She spewed her opinion on how bone cancer is better stable than to be removed. I was livid at her ignorance and went to the restroom to get away. How she gonna comment on bone cancer? That's what Cleveland Clinic is for... Expertise. Be your own advocate and run when people are bananas! Edit: I forgot the doctor! He was outstandingly kind and very attentive and just an overall cool person!