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If your pregnant DO NOT COME HERE find another hospital if possible to have your baby. They say it's your choice on how you want to give labor but then tell me and my fiance that if we don't want to have a c section then they won't induce us because it's not the doctors preference.
Was admitted to the ER on 9/12 after a fall .had a dislocated shoulder.. my experience was great from the ambulance folks to Dr .Miller. I praise everyone of them. The pain was horrible .EMT we're so gentle and kind .Leroy and Mary I think her name was. Tried making as comfortable as possible. When I arrived at ER. I was greeted by a great nurse Samantha and the CNA Candy. These were amazing ladies .A young man named Sam. Dr Miller was so kind and gentle. Even the transport gentleman who took me to Xray was very aware of my pain and was great. The 2 ladies in x Ray were amazing at trying not to hurt me more getting what they needed. Dr Miller was so kind to explain what had to be done. Thank you Dr Miller and Candy and Samantha .and x Ray and ambulance folks. Y'all are the best. After being sedated my shoulder was put back in place . Great experience at that ER ever.
Great staff. Very professional. Exceeded all of my requirements as a customer.
I have always loved Clarendon Memorial. In fact I drive right past Tuomey to go there instead because that's where I've always received the best care. But the last two times I went due to a car accident and issues that came up as a result of the accident, I have been completely disappointed and neglected. I will never go back if Monique, the "Nurse Practitioner" is working. The first time I saw her, she was very fast, rude, and didn't seem to hear what I was trying to tell her. In fact she was more concerned about asking me how pregnant I was based on my gut and when I told her its not possible, my tubes are tied.. she simply said, "wow, okay." The second time I saw her was last night. I went in knowing I was fighting two infections that three different antibiotics did not help and now my lymph nodes were so swollen I could not eat or drink as it was extremely painful to swallow. I tried to explain the history so she would know but she cut me off, glanced in my ears and at my throat. Didn't even touch my lymph nodes I was complaining about and didnt even bring a stethoscope to listen to my heart and lungs knowing i have a history of heart problems. started to deny my request for a urinalysis, because she said i wasn't "symptomatic" even though i had just tried to tell her it still burned when I pee. So I repeated myself for her to roll her eyes at me and say, "fine go pee in a cup then." When she came back an hour later with discharge papers, i was so upset because I felt as though I was being brushed off. Like i I wasn't important or didn't matter. And it wasn't too busy, i could see her sitting at the desk the whole time from my room. She told me I still had the uti and now apparently a bacterial infection in my throat? (Strep?) And tried to send me home with only another antibiotic. I requested bloodwork due to the other antibiotics not working and my health steadily declining. And the fact the i have been dizzy since the accident and my vision was in and out too. She extremely rudely told me no that i did not warrant bloodwork. I'm seeking medical attention elsewhere today and getting the labwork that i deserve, even if just to ease my mind. But my advice to anyone going to the ER, make sure you go when Monique is not there. She is fast, rude, and does not care about her patients health.
The worst hospital ever. You could be dying and they will let you set right in that hot behind room they call a triage room