I would never recommend them to anyone. They were terrible. They didn't tell me anything about my treatment options. I left feeling very confused and frustrated. Their staff was not friendly at all, I didn't feel welcome there. I just moved to Woonsocket and during that time I was intense stomach pain and diahrea. Not having a primary care I went to Landmark in Woonsocket since it was close by.It was Friday evening, male nurse asked questions. The a triage nurse (female who has a large mole 2 inches wide inside her forearm) couldn't needle my arm properly to draw arm. She stabbed me so badly that i suggest another vein(interesting the badly stabbed one hurts long afterwards when it shouldn't) she was nasty and inept. She didn't want to be there therefore she didn't like to cater to the patients. I waited 4 hours_My salt water iv was long drawn and she left me abandoned never come by to check on me. Finally that male nurse came in said blood are fine and accused me of wanting pain pills (huh??) I was flabbergasted.. all I wanted to know what was wrong with me. But I was discharged WITHOUT ever seeing an ER Dr because of THIS male nurse decision. I went home crying wondering why I'm still having intense diaherea. this went on for another 8 days until a friend came by and took one look at me and took me to a reputable hospital in Milford. It was there i found out I had advanced D.FIIdd (a severe form of parasites). they simply took a lab test of my bowels. The ER DRS there are kind, treat you with dignity. They are proficiently trained.
I would NEVER go to LANDMARK in Woonsocket again. I be sure that if something happens to me I want it in writing to never , ever take me to Landmark. That male nurse should be fired. His uneducated decision nearly killed me.
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