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They agreed my relative shouldn't be unsupervised due to her very high fall risk and rampage blood sugar. They also knew she lived alone and could see she couldn't really walk, yet they still released her to go home. She fell again not even 12hrs later and had to go back to the ER (not there!) five days later. We will avoid taking her there ever again. Gave two stars because her nurses were nice.
My husband went in for a simple routine procedure for preventative health that was performed by a military doctor. He came home in such a bad state. He had bad reaction to anesthesia,they acted very aloof about it,the whole day was a disaster and they treated it so casual,no acknowledgement of their mistakes or our feelings. I would not send my worst enemy through that. The anesthesia doctor and team sucked and so did the incompetent doctor that is an Army Major.NEVER GO THERE !!!!!
I told my wife I was not going to take her there any more because of the way they violate the HIPAA Act and if you take them to court well you better have a great attorney. It's easier get them fired! Then they look down at you stating you're a bad person that it's your fault. It's not my wife's fault it's the problem of the nurses that have bipolar problems!
Most of the staff was very courteous. However, when it came to checking in for my Day procedure, there was much confusion and not enough communication between the staff. But, that's just a small factor to this review. The main reason is how the nurse treated me when waking me up from Anesthesia. She was saying loudly "get up, get up!" And was rushing me the whole time. She undressed me in front of everyone, including patients, and was just overall very rude. Never asked me how I was feeling or anything. I see why everyone told me not to use this hospital. Patients like to be treated with care
The nurses and doctors were polite and kind. They took time to explain what they were doing and why. I personally think this hospital has improved.