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Had an overnight stay here following a minor surgery, it was a wonderful stay (well as good as it can be in ICU but nevertheless) nursing staff was wonderful, food service was great for my husband and discharge was a breeze.
The ER was fantastic to me as well for a complication, they contacted my surgeon and didn't skip a beat. This hospital was not the nearest but it is where my surgeon works out of so I went there. I would recommend to anyone nearby!
Had my father there a few times now. 88 with bad dementia.
Last time I checked him in it was for a suspected stroke. I told them 2 times he was puree diet and the admitting paperwork from his facility said it too. I found out 3 days later they put him on mechanical chopped, which could have killed him. They also fought me hard on getting him an MRI, lying saying that they don't give a certain med to dementia patients. We needed him to sleep for the MRI and this medication is used ALL the time for dementia patients, they told me that lie as an excuse. Eventually they agreed, but then checked him suddenly out of the hospital before doing one. They put him in an ambulance to go back to his memory care without my approval and without me being there, even though they knew I lived close by and would be coming up. It was pouring rain that day, really bad, and they sent him off by himself and he got soaked being moved into the facility.
This time he went in with pneumonia. They gave him antibiotic drips for 3 days then sent him back to the facility against my wishes. I told them he wasn't well enough yet. Well, sure enough the next day he started having horrible breathing problems and we now have put him on hospice. Yeah, I get that this is a progression of dementia but the thing is, he wasn't well enough and they knew it. When the ambulance came to pick him up and transferred him his 02 dropped super quick. They ran him back to the nurses and they called the Dr. They said dont worry about that, just take him, even though he never was oxygen dependent before. He should have stayed a day or two longer on the IV drip for a chance to really kick the pneumonia. But no, the hospital would rather kick you out and let you die. and now we are trying to treat him at his facility.
So if you want substandard care, lies, and to be kicked out ASAP, and to die quicker, go stay there. Sad too as it used to be a good facility
Had the best experience there ! I gave birth in August and everyone there was so professional and so kind ! Not only to me but to my husband and sister who were there at different times . Making sure we all felt comfortable and all had what we needed . Reading all the bad reviews I was worried but from the moment I walked in to the check in till I checked out it was wonderful!
Worst billing department in existence. I promptly pay my medical bills through online bill pay, and they keep sending the same bills over and over. I keep sending proof of payments and they keep losing it, or "can't read it". They've applied payments to the wrong family member's account, and built up a credit while continuing to bill for the account the payment was submitted to...with the account number listed in the payment. Complete incompetence.
I would give them - if possible. The absolute worst hospital in area. Do yourself a favor go to St David’s. My son last year went to Cedar Park twice and after several calls and them telling us give him aspirin. We took him to St David’s! His fever was still over 102 which was what it was at Cedar Park. We rushed him to St Davids blood pressure was 80/30 and I honestly feel this saved his life! Cedar Park said give him aspirin. He stayed in ICU at St David’s and finally got better. Cedar Park NO WAy, No Thanks!