Center For Addiction And Pregnancy
Contact Information4940 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
Phone: (410) 550-5408
County: Baltimore City
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Care for the terminally ill
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Can pay for care via Medicaid
Overall Rating 3.1 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Charles Ray★★★★★ 2 months ago
Worst hospital in America. I just watched the staff slam I guy on the floor and restrain him for no reason at all. I've been here for 7 hours and haven't been seen at all. There are hardly any people here so it's not like there's a lot of people to be seen. All of the staff has been rude. This whole place should be investigated. And shut down. It's literally a joke. I wouldn't ever recommend anyone coming here for help . Please go to another hospital where you might actually get some help and have some decent human beings yo assist you.
Lisa Marie★★★★★ 2 weeks ago
Anyone who left a good review were A. Lying and B. Getting paid to lie. WORST HOSPITAL IN THE WORLD. Will write more but I have to pray about it first since I'm a Christian woman and might say something inappropriate. Minus 10 stars.. they should be ashamed of themselves
Alana Cover★★★★★ a month ago
I would leave negative stars if I could. I made 2 DREADFUL trips to the JH ER. The first trip, I spent 14 hours in the waiting area with the homeless and drug addicts who use the place as a pit stop for the night, I was propositioned, offered money to sit on someone's lap and cursed at. The "security" guards didn't seem to be doing anything, in fact around 6 AM, one of them was asleep with his head on the front desk. After an agonizing and very long night, I was finally seen by a doctor. Most of the medical staff was okay, however, I found most of the doctors arrogant and dismissive. I was sent home with a diagnosis and continued to get sicker over the next 7 days. My PCP sent me back to the Bayview ER this time and he called ahead. Thankfully I was taken back almost immediately. I was again met with very arrogant doctors who stated I was not "sick enough" and I was not an emergency, I also felt belittled for "taking up space from someone who was REALLY sick." I was discharged and given instructions to contact the surgeons the next day. I will NEVER go to any John Hopkins facility again. I was made to feel less than the homeless and drug addicts who I am sure they are not getting paid for. I do require surgery for my condition ASAP and am seeing a general surgeon in my community tomorrow. I don't know how this AWFUL place has such a "wonderful" reputation!! I was treated terribly. I truly felt like I was in a third world country. SHAME ON THEM. They have forgotten the basic fundamentals of medicine and are completely ego driven. What a broken system.
emily shryock★★★★★ 3 months ago
My grandfather was at this hospital after being at their rehabilitation center. First of all the rehab doctors were terrible. They were assigning him tons on medicines we specifically asked them not to put him on and when we told them to take him off of them they argued with us and be did not take him off. Then the staff left my grandfather unresponsive for atleast 6 hours if not more. It was not until my Aunt got there that the doctor finally moved him to the ER. While in the waiting room of the ER there was a homeless man panhandling for money in the waiting room. He then continued to walk outside and smoke a cigarette while the staff was calling his name and then the staff snapped at him and was very rude to him while telling him rob get himself into the hospital. Once my father was back in a room the doctor told us that there was a very small chance of him living even if we put a vent on. They said that it was about a 1/5 chance of reversing what had happened, which we later found out was a second stroke caused by the medicine he wasn't on. We still put him on the ventilator and after a week he was off the ventilator and breathing on his own. The doctors then quickly wanted to kick him out. The first day of him being in the ER they took an x-ray. They found a small spot on his lung and told us it was nothing to be worried about and after about a week sent him to rehab. With in the first day of being in rehab that nurses found his unresponsive and quickly sent him to another hospital. This hospital told us that Johns Hopkins Bayview should not have released him without treating his spot because that small spot turned into pneumonia very easily in an 89 year old man. My grandfather almost died because their care failed us and I would not recommend this hospital
Anthony 12341234 T★★★★★ 3 weeks ago
We bin here for 5 horse an thay did not let us leave people ho came after us an thay went to the ded room an got there treatments don be for us an thay just treat us like bes an thin thay get 1 person at a time
|Facility Name||Center for Addiction and Pregnancy|
|Facility Address||4940 Eastern Avenue|
|Facility Contact||Vickie Walters|
|Program Name||Assisted Living Programs|
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