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I have had physical therapy previously so was aware of the process. Although my necessity for it this time was not dire , it was required in my treatment process . I was pleased to find that this location was so close to my physicians office . It was easy to find . I appreciated how easy it was to schedule an appointment. As usual the first visit is an evaluation by the licensed therapist. She was very personable and professional. She did not rush and thoroughly explained the process. She was also mentoring a PT student during this. Both of them worked on me in subsequent visits. When after a few visits I had achieved goals they could reasonably expect me to meet, they released me and referred me on for further orthopedic attention. I appreciated them not dragging out the PT when no longer beneficial. The facility was small but functional so not overwhelming. I would recommend them highly.
I went into ER for a lovely kidney stone. The worst one I've ever had(and I've had way too many to count). Sat in ER for about 2.5hours. The staff was polite but were very open with their "private conversations." There's really no privacy anywhere in the ER. The communication between nurse/doc to patient isn't the best unless you approach them. When they did call me back there was a big mishap and it was just out in the open. Then they had no beds and had everyone sitting in chairs in a line against a wall in a busy hallway. Super private there. When I did get a "room" bed with curtain, curtain remained open while asking questions....Then I heard another patient needed to be moved so the came and moved me. Didn't say what was going on or where I was being moved to 🤦♀️. I didn't bother asking since I heard everything going on at nurses station. The next area was...I don't even know. It was a room full of chairs with curtains. It reminded me of when my mom received her chemo treatments. That room was the worst. Once you were there it was the land of the forgotten. You had to ask all the questions, and nurses were still polite though. Once I got upstairs to my room everyone there were SUPER nice. They all went out of their way, made sure I was good, and let me sleep. Overall the ER kinda sucks-staff is nice and polite but not super professional. And no privacy.
The initial exam was very thorough and he explained everything that was going to happen and how long it would take. They schedule everything in advance so you know just when you are going to be there. I don't think I waited more than a minute or two for my appointment which made me very happy. All in all a very good experience.
I have an excellent PT in Seattle and was concerned that I might not find someone who was very knowledgeable and skilled in Sun City West. I am happy to share that my Banner PT Barbara Coohey is very knowledgeable, caring, clearly committed to working with me to address buy PT needs, which are more complicated . The office is very organized and appts are on time. Parking is easily accessible. Wish I didn't need to go, but so grateful to have her as my PT in AZ
Where to start.... just over 3 weeks ago we delivered our beautiful rainbow baby at this hospital. This was our second delivery here, and both times it wasn’t PHENOMENAL! We had a difficult end of the pregnancy this time, which lead to lots of ER trips and triage trips. Both in which every time, exceeded our expectations. The nurses and doctors listend and showed that they cared. When it came to the delivery of the last, Dr.Fadool, the nursing team, and anesthesiologists did anything and everything to make sure we were comfortable (repeat c section) The recovery was just as perfect as everything else. They continually checked on both the baby and I, the nurse who cared for us the night of delivery (she never left my side) even came to tell us bye. I could go on and on about the OB dept. but I’ll sum it up with this, this was baby number 4, 2 different hospitals, and this BY FAR was the greatest.