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My husband had shoulder surgery here at the Edwards Pavilion last year. Everyone made us feel like family. They checked on us, helped us, and gave us lots of updates. When he was disharged they gave us get well soon card that was signed by the staff, it was so special and unexpected. Everyone there seems really patient centered and we couldn't have asked for a better experience.
In 2012, I had emergency surgery here. The staff and OB/GYN on call were all knowledgeable, caring and saved my life.
Since then, two of my sisters have had babies here and were really happy with their own experiences.
I also brought my son to the ER once last summer for a suspected concussion and they were professional and the children's waiting area was just wonderful. I would happily bring any of my children here again.
This is literally the BEST hospital to give birth. The staff were very friendly and made me feel as comfortable as possible. The food was also pretty tasty despite past experience at other hospitals. The rooms were quite spacious and could hold about 6-7 people.
This hospital saved my daughter's life in 2012. I wish I can remember the doctors name, she could not breath and they went to work with competency to save her. I am deeply grateful to my team of competent doctors, lovely nurses, and technicians.
Staff was very friendly in the morning which is the only reason this is two stars instead of one but they certainly did not help with pain. I have had major back pain for two days to the point I could barely walk and get out of bed. They took X-Rays and said I had a slipped disc, lumbar scoliosis and arthritis in the spine. They gave me some muscle relaxer that doesn’t do anything for the pain and some pain patches. I could have just done that at a Rite Aid. Disappointed that I can’t get anything to help with the pain. I’m forty two years old and this is the first time I’ve ever come back from a hospital visit and feel worst than I did when I got there.
I called later that evening and the lady on night shift was extremely rude and unhelpful. Wouldn’t even pull up my name or file. She just asked what questions I have. Explained to her I’m hurting more now and had a few questions and all I got was we don’t look up files or reports from the earlier shift and you can come again and we’ll help you and you’ll be charged again. Basically blowing me off within one minute of the call. I asked her if there’s a contact number if I wanted to look into a malpractice and she refused to give it to me, said she doesn’t like be threatened and to have a blessed day. No help whatsoever....