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Took my husband to emergency room twice both time everyone was so nice and helpful. Got quick attention, second time they admitted him to do gallbladder surgery. No word can describe the great service we got from everyone his nurse Jennifer was fantastic. Michelle his nurse the next day was just as great. Thanks you all for being the great attention givers you are.
I was seen here again last week for an emergency and I can not stress strongly enough how amazingly every single member of the Goldfield team has treated me. From reception, triage, imaging, nursing staff, medical providers to the often under appreciated CNA's. I can not express my gratitude for the top quality care and compassion I've received from every single person at this location. Had the OR been available I'd have had the urgent surgery indicated there however they transferred me with the urgency and compassion so rarely seen anymore. If I could give them 10 stars and every member of the team a new car in gratitude I would.
My boyfriend just went into this hospital with stomach pains and told them he couldn't stop throwing up and since he told them he uses marijuana they automatically thought he was withdrawing. He was trying to explain hiself but they were just trying to make him feel like a addict and they gave him nausea medication and an arthritis cream for his stomach pain, in which he is saying it's not even helping, hes still here in chronic pain and now he says its burning and all because you decided to give him a cream instead of helping him because you thought he is an addict... We will never go and waste our time at this hospital again. He said hes never felt so discriminated against in his life and we will tell everyone we know because the hospital is supposed to be there to help not to make you feel like your an addict.
Showed up at the ER last night on a Thursday. Check in was quick and courteous. Was in a room within minutes. Doctor showed up in my room minutes later. All the techs and nurses were awesome and caring. Even with lab work and a CAT scan I was discharged with detailed instructions within 4 hours. Think that's a sign of efficiency. Not that I look forward to another visit, but I would come back here. The only rudeness I encountered was from the two pharmacy techs at the Walgreens on Idaho and the Trail when I got my scripts filled.
Went in with a painful ear infection, a migraine and a giant cyst on my wrist clearly causing excrutiating pain. The nurse pretty much called me a junkie to my face. Asked many questions about my acne (as if that has anything to do with why I was there!) Refused to drain the cyst and they sent me home with a few naproxens. The least they could have done was give me a syringe so I COULD DRAIN IT. Now I'll be in excrutiating pain until I can find a specialist to help me. If you are having troubles and need an emergency room, save yourselves some hassle and drive another 2 miles. This one is an absolute joke.
Edit: And you wont even respond to the email YOU REQUESTED I SEND YOU? What an absolute joke.