As we currently sit here waiting for treatment for my pregnant fiancee shortness of breath. We have been waiting over 2 hours in the room waiting for the nurse/Dr to even check on us. No tests have been run other than triage. I'm not sure but I'm pretty sure if some comes in and says they are having difficulties breathing you would want to check on said patient every now and again especially when then patient is 8 months pregnant. Completely unprofessional. This is the second time this has happened. And it's the second visit we have had. We pressed the emergency button after 90 minutes of no one coming in and we were told a nurse will come in. 30 minutes later still nothing.
Was taken to the emergency room by
the paramedics. I received prompt treatment from the doctor and staff. Yes there was some wait tme for the test results of my blood and CT scan to come back but it always seems longer when you are waiting than than it actually is. Overall experience was a good one.
I went in to CFRH for a routine colonoscopy. My experience was wonderful. The same-day surgical unit nurses and staff were professional and pleasant. The endoscopy team were great. Parking was close by and easy. Overall, a very positive experience.
The nurses were amazing, housekeeping, food services were equally as good but that is were it ends. The higher ups and doctors suck!!!!!! They don't give a Damn they don't listen to your concerns or needs and when your discharged your kicked to the curb and when I say this I'm not joking it's get out period!!!!! I was told by my insurance company I paid for the day but not according to them so I'll be seeing an attorney!!!!!!!
The MRI came back showing evidence of a mini stroke. Another hospital sent her home 3 days earlier without doing the MRI, which, according to several medical professionals, should have been protocol with the balance issues she had. Mom is resting tonite, will probably move to rehab tomorrow, and thanks, Lord, she didn't fall and break a hip due to not being treated. I am extremely grateful to Dr. Craig Mitchell at Central FL Regional, who I believe to be believer and who quite possibly may have saved my mother's life. I guess he probably does stuff like that on a fairly regular basis but for me, it's a big deal. Thank you #DrCraigMitchell and #CentralFloridaRegionalHospital. We have a way to go, but at least I believe we're moving in the right direction.