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we were treated very well but our daughter in law was not taken care of at all and she was in step down from intensive care and if my son had not been there she would have received no care at all and I think it was a shame that they paid the bill because they did everything for her and we were in there and there was no nurses or care at all!!! But I will say every time me or my wife has been there we have gotten good care but I have heard of lots besides our daughter in law who never got good care at all!!!!!
New colonoscopy age requirement released 14 weeks ago to get your first screening colonoscopy at age 45. I took my own advice and had my procedure at Brigham City Community Hospital. The process, staff, procedure and experience were first class. I have read some of the negative comments and feel these would be a rare experience at this hospital. I would simply say, if you are having that experience bring it up immediately, while you are there, with the leadership of the hospital who round frequently on patients. The entire team will do all they can within reason to make sure you care is top notch.
The VERY BEST Emergency Room visit in my entire life! Accidentally jabbed a pocket knife into my hand that required 3 stitches and a tetanus shot. Dr. Rasmussen could not have been better and the Nurses were friendly and caring too. I was checked in and meeting with the Doctor within 5 minutes of arrival, and I was out in 45 minutes! Treated my anxious wife with kindness too, answering all her questions and listened to what we had to say. Ultimately, included me in the treatment decision. I could not be happier!
Took my daughter here after she fell off a tree house ladder. They checked her pupils and let her walk around to check her weight and height before asking how high the fall was. I said I hadn't been there when it happened but maybe five feet. Everyone lost their minds. They suddenly made a huge deal about immobilizing her, which I could understand if they did it half way decently. Everyone was bumping aroundand asking each other what to do. They strapped her down to a board and pulled us into a dirty exam area with garbage still on the floor from whoever was there prior. They jerked her head all around getting her into a neck brace that was still too big so they kept shoving her chin back into as she tried to wiggle out. Three nurses tried over and over to get an IV in her arms and feet. Finally a fourth nurse walked up and got a line in her foot but didn't say anything so I had to tell the other nurses to stop poking my screaming three year old. After telling me how important it was that her spine be protected and immobile, they realized they didn't have a transfer board for the MRI. They half assed picked her up by her shoulders and knees and told me to hold her butt and try to keep her back straight. The x-ray tech asked what she fell on. When I said I wasn't there she cut me off and said, "well WHERE were you?" I said I'd been at work and my daughter had been at my parents' and she rolled eyes at me and walked off. I thank god I haven't had to take her back there again. It's like it was everyone's first day. Like they knew there was a standard of care and a procedure for a fall of that height, but they had no idea what to actually do if it happened.
I have been a patient at this hospital for Physical Therapy since mid-December with a few weeks break for another knee replacement. I can heartily recommend this hospital's physical therapy services. My care has been excellent and all of the staff have been kind and helpful. They have a great exercise program for those who have finished therapy but want to keep in shape and the price is extremely low.