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Saving grace is that some of the staff really do care. EVERY TIME I have visited I wait for LONG times. Took my child to have glass removed from her foot. We were there for FIVE HOURS!! Total time spent with two different doctors, a combined THIRTY MINUTES. Worse part is that we had an apt and waited over an hour past the start time of our apt. I told my child to bring games because we'll probably be there a long time. Bad sign that I've come to expect waiting for hours for simple things.
This was a simple removal of a small piece of glass. I have terrible stories, unfortunately of 'big' events that needed immediate care over the years. If you or a loved one needs SERIOUS treatment, do NOT NOT go here... Dartmouth or Boston is your safest bet.
My son took a big hit in last night's football game and was taken by ambulance to here. First thing was, they stood over my wife basically waiting for her to pay the $250 copay making her feel as if he wasn't going to be treated until they received payment. Collarbone broken in 2 spots, Dr saying one of the worst breaks he's seen. Give him Tylenol for pain with a prescription for oxycodone that we couldn't fill until the next morning. Then sending him home for the weekend, expecting him not to move as they said any movement could cause more damage and telling us to call Mon to set up an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon. Never again will I go here
When you arrive at 4:30 and it takes 3 hours before you are looked at, that is uncalled for! This hospital is nothing short of being a animal hospital! Shame on you all! Worst bedside mangers I have EVER seen. Absolutely no respect for the alderly.
Grouchy doctors, terrible employees, such small mindedness galore.
Is it really that easy to get a medical job? Just attend college for a few years and then just *boom* you get hired and become a medical professional?
Honestly I felt like I was getting medical treatment from a Walmart employee. That's how narrow minded and inconvenient they were. It's terrible.
And all they did was ask me the same questions over and over again. Pathetic. It's like that episode of Fresh Prince where the 2 guys break into some fat guy's house but they get caught escape to the roof and some social worker who thinks they are suicidal jumpers comes over and whips out a script and starts reading it to them. That social worker probably works for Cheshire medical center.
Do not see Dr. Wilson in the ENT department. He screwed up a simple surgery of fixing a deviated septum. The deviated septum was in the left nostril and he pushed something over too far and now I can't breathe out of my right nostril. His physician assistant noticed this. I then brought it up to him and he said he didn't see anything wrong. I tried to see the other doctor in the ENT department but they wouldn't let me because I had seen Dr. Wilson. It's a nice little scam they've got going on so when one doctor screws up your blacklisted from seeing the other ENT doctor. Do not go to this hospital. Travel if you have to. They are lucky I'm too poor to sue them.