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After being hospitalized in Portland at St. Vincent (wonderful hospital!) for three weeks, our daughter was transferred to Coos Bay for physical therapy. She ended up at Bay Area Hospital where she passed away two weeks later. To add to our grief, an employee of BAH posted on Facebook of her passing before the family had been notified! All the hospital could say was "we will work better on patient confidentially among our employees."
Had a baby here alittle over a month ago and while most of the nurses where great Jill Taylor was a very nasty person. She definitely made it a time I wont forget but not for good memories. She's a very nasty woman.
I went to the ER for seizing chest pains and shortness of breath. I sat in the mostly empty lobby for roughly 50 minutes before being taken to triage. The triage nurse, Shawn, was rude, degrading, and temperamental, correcting me that I was their for heartburn, not chest pain. She then criticized me for not self-medicating for the pain, then became hostile towards me when I needed her to read me the questions BEFORE I answered them. She then sent me back out to the lobby. After sitting in the lobby for another 30 minutes, the chest pains had subsided so I left.
Upfront, I would like to give 5 stars not on the Hospital itself, but for one of their nurses. After a horrific afternoon involving a 76 year old and a surgery resulting in an ostomy bag which upon discharge, continued to fail and leak. Jason in the Emergency room gave us the best care we had received, cleaning, explaining as he went along and doing everything he knew how to do to get a good seal on the bag. He was extremely kind and efficient. The rest of the Hospital... post op specifically, shame on you for releasing a patient without proper equipment for their condition and for refusing help when we came back with feces literally in the wound and a total failure of the bag system you sent her home with. (too small for her stoma and bags and wafers not matching up to fit). Maybe think of the sensitive nature of the situation in the future! No person should be put through that humiliation and unsanitary exposure. Lets hope the surgical wound does not get septic. Total fail of the ostomy bag and of post ops willingness to deal with it.