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Things that can be done in minutes they take hours. Spent 6 hours in er room for couple test. Very limited parking in front parking lot across emergency entrance.
And now once in room upstairs, its so hard to get a nurse or pct (patient care tech) to come in. 10 minutes into call sign goes up and they still might not show up. I guess there are not enough. Rooms are like 4 star hotel but whats good its gonna do if the service is not there for patient.
My wife had a hystorectomy here and the staff was wonderful. They explain everything very thorough and are very nice. Dr. Johnson did a great job with the procedure. The facility is very nice and immaculate.
Just got out of CDH. Overall great experience. Was there for a total of 5 days. Everyone was helpful, friendly, and convenient. The food was better than okay. But I wasn't concerned over the food, was only concerned with getting better. The nurses, doctors, and technicians were over the top nice. Coming back for future visits.
Came here for detox....was a wonderful experience. Staff was extremely pleasant and attentive and understanding. They also addressed on other issues they noticed and was quick to get down to the point of it. The rooms are nicer than an upscale hotel room plus you have room service with better than the usual hospital food. I do recommend the smoothies.
My 20 yr old son was admitted to CDH, after experiencing major physical and mental setbacks that caused him to be in a sensitive very delicate situation.
Although our family was devastated we were very grateful to the first responders and staff that helped to save his life.
After a major thoracic operation to repair a lung and stop bleeding, the next critical care option was mental.
The psychiatrist on staff I never met due to our schedule variance.
As our son began to heal physically we knew the next point of care would be mentally.
I shared some insight with one of the physicians In order to help the staff understand some crucial things that might aid in his recovery and treatment of incidents that transpired before the mental psychosis.
This Dr. Suggested I update the psychiatrist, I spent the night to meet with this psychiatrist before his transfer for mental health evaluation and treatment as in patient.
As all other physicians came and cleared him medically, I never saw psych.
I told the nurses on duty we wanted to speak to psych and complete paperwork necessary to be a part his treatment as a family and after this we never got the respect of continuing this choice,
After my son told me he last saw the psychiatrist two days prior to him leaving the facility.
I asked him did he get any new medicine, he said she prescribed him a sleeping pill to help him sleep.
This was a lie he was on resparidol unknowingly. I'm not sure how you can treat people using deceit.
He said the day after his first dose she came in the next morning and he vomited and she never came back for anything after that.
I realized the nurses on duty Nikki and Anetta had decided that they knew what was best for our family and had called the psychiatrist who they told me themselves cleared him over the phone.
I had to create unprofessional forms to attach ourselves to his treatment and have my son sign his consent while recorded in order to have the next rotation attach his consent for our involvement to his case before transfer.
I think this was just a very clear example of how hospital workers interfere with the wishes of the family.
I wanted to make it very clear, that this was so disrespectful, distasteful and an abuse of medical power to exhibit the qualities that would render a young adult who wants family advice incapable of having the support needed to heal