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I've never been here. From just reading these reviews i pray i never have to be seen here. If you read the review of the one lady who took her 1 yr.old son there and they lied about a few things i know were illegal then told her to never bring her son back.. I smell lawsuit!!!
Dr. Manning was rude and not listening at all. She spent less than 2 minutes in the room.
My girlfriend and I came into the ER at 4AM because she was having abdominal pains. We sign in, wasn't acknowledge for 7 minutes (I know it's not that long, but being acknowledged would've gotten us the paper work we needed to sign in completely), instead we had to complete this paper work while she was just being a lab rat (getting fluids, getting her vitals checked, being pushed on to locate the pain, etc.) Up to this point we're satisfied with the staff, they apologized for not checking the lobby while on a personal phone call (not work related nor important. Just a regular gossip conversation, I don't care about this, stuff happens.. they apologized) also our RN was very friendly and knowledgeable, she stated that she's been doing her job for 20+ years and the experience shows, she was very good at her job. The doctor comes in after the tests, says that she's fine. My girlfriend then contacts her old co-worker (very good OBGYN Doctor) he says she needs to come in today and made it very serious. ACRMC acted like there was absolutely nothing wrong except for a specific pain caused by something that she knew that it wasn't it (She also worked in the medical field and knew that this was definitely not true) and told her she could leave after only prescribing her some over the counter medicine and saying it shouldn't be a big deal. Discharged her and didn't even offer to escort her out of the hospital in a wheelchair. Which as far as I'm aware, is mandatory especially considering she was extremely drugged up by the doctors to help with the pain, she could barely walk, I had to help keep her walking straight while going to the car.
Had a life or death asthma attack and they had it calmed within 10 minutes. Saved my life! They were very fast and very professional I'm lucky this was the hospital I went to.
Took my 2 1/2 year old to get stitches in her forehead. I was told the lidocaine injection "worked instantly" female blonde hair Dr. started stitches immediately after a very quick rinse. I would say definitely within 30 seconds. My daughter was saying "it really hurts" and was crying and stuggling...tonight I look at onset time of lidocaine with epinephrine...some credible documents have said as little as 2 minutes others said 3-5 minutes. I am very angry the doctor chose to tramatize my daughter jamming a needle in her face repeatedly immediately instead of waiting a couple minutes for the anesthesia to set in...we were flat out lied to being told it works immediately, then basically my daughter was called a liar when she said it really hurts the doctor said basically it didn't hurt that she would be able to feel it but it don't hurt...it was not busy. The doctor could have waited a few minutes. Pretty pissed off