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Abington labor and delivery unit is the best. I had a few friends that delivered at this hospital and all had great experiences including myself. The labor and delivery unit are so on point ready to help you in anyway. I enjoyed my week stay at Abington they made my transition into a new Mom a great experience. I want to thank my nurses Hilda and Pam, they were wonderful. I’ll be going back there to deliver baby #2.
This is not the first experience I have had with this hospital. Each time I find that the staff can be hit or miss as far as friendliness, competence, and attention to patients needs. The cleanliness of the hospital, I find, depends on the unit you in. The ER seems to be kept in somewhat good condition. The patient rooms are lacking as far as cleanliness and the nourishment rooms (where you get water/ice, tea, crackers etc) are just downright dirty and disgusting. There are some wonderful doctors and staff at this hospital that I have had the privilege of dealing with, but the cleanliness of the overall hospital I feel lacks in numerous ways.
Just left the hospital after being there for 45mins. Went in for intense cramps and nausea. Here's why I left so soon. The waiting room had about 10 people in it obviously in pain. One lady who was moaning in pain got up with her 2 kids and husband and left after waiting for an hour. Not that bad I figured. Almost falling asleep and I hear a college kid say he's been waiting with his friend for 4 hours and nothing was even being done yet. As a fellow nurse I understand but y'all gotta DO BETTER.
Always a long, long wait. I guess there was a shift Change. Been sitting for hours in the waiting room leaking blood. I guess this gash on my face isn’t considered urgent. Should’ve learned from my last visit. My bad I guess. Smh
I was in AMH's ER for 11 hours. Although it was decided that I would be “admitted” into the hospital, I was never moved from the ER and remained on one of the ER gurneys for the 11 hours.
During this prolonged period, I saw the supervising physician at most twice and not after all of the tests were completed. The nurse was very attentive.
If it were not for my internist who happened to be on hospital rounds in the afternoon, I would have remained longer. She took charge, reviewed the test results, and decided that I should be discharged.
Given other constructive, but critical reviews, this review may likely result in a formulaic response from the hospital. Perhaps all of the mergers have caused this hospital to lose its way. Bigger is not always better.
The hospital responded and said it would investigate, promising to provide a final response within 30 days. The 30 days came and went, but there was no further response from the hospital.