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The staff were really kind and patient. They explained everything I needed to know. Also I got in super fast.
I've read all the bad reviews. Very surprised that they feel like they were treated poorly.
My room was very clean. The waiting room was clean. The restroom was clean. Even the area with the vending machine was clean.
The first visit we were misdiagnosed with kidney stones. We came back 2 days later only to find out there were no kidney stones, it was a kidney infection & has now turned into sepsis. This is upsetting. On a good note, Dr. Daniels seems to be a very good doctor & has found the correct diagnosis & has a great bedside manner. She has explained things clearly & is nice.
My daughter was in Vernal doing an inventory job when she went into labor
The nurses and doctors here have been wonderful
Baby is NICU they have been taking excellent care of both of my angels
Thank you Pennie, Heidi, Jill, Courtney and all the others
I was going to post a negative review but as I read all the others it seems that makes no difference. My experience at Ashley Regional was a joke. Dr. Daniels was not professional and did almost nothing then had the nerve to bill us $500. We saw her for less than 10 minutes and she told us she could prescribe Tylenol or Ibuprofen. That cost $500?? What a terrible system and I can see by all the other reviews I am not alone in that feeling.
Just had a friend go in who had an ankle injury, as he hobbled into the ER at 3 in the morning in extreme pain, and dehydrated needed just a small amount of Water. After having the nurses ask, the dr came in and was asked for water... to have him respond, "I'm not your water boy"......with other things said that made the dr look as if he was being inconvenienced. My friend ended up pulling off what he was hooked up to, and hobbled out of the hospital to drive to Roosevelt, with the dr saying "Be my guest". This experience reminded me of my own experience a couple of years ago, when I had a knife pierce my hand about 3 inches deep in between my fingers. After they had destroyed my hand in trying to clean it out, and giving me medicine that wasn't working, I asked the nurse if they had something else to ease my pain. She responded "I don't think our medicine is expired..." I thought I was on the show "punked" and couldn't believe what I heard. Unfortunately, I have a lot of experience in almost every hospital in Utah, and this is by far the worse one that needs a complete clean house of dr. and nurses and start over.