Columbia St Marys Hospital Ozaukee
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Amazing emergency room. Probably the best I've ever been to for any issue. They helped me after a surgery where I was extremely dehydrated. I feel very comfortable knowing this facility is around the area.
My mother came here for surgery and stayed in the ICU for a few days after. The quality of staff from the doctors and nurses, to the cleaning staff was wonderful. Everyone that entered her room was kind, patient and respectful of her and her needs. We are not unfamiliar with hospital stays and this by far was a breath of fresh air.
Thank you to the surgical team and ICU staff at Colombia St. Mary.
I have been here many times! Some for myself, husband, and child. The ER wait time is crazy long which is annoying as all hell but it's like that everywhere so it's nothing personal I know. I went to the mental health unit in 2011 for an opiate addiction and treatment. I'd have to say the treatment I received was ok, and the 6 week intensive outpatient program was helpful. Dawn, the leader at the time was amazing.
What bothers me, is that I was going in to sober up and find healthy coping strategies and just left with a new addition. They put me on Suboxone. Which, yes it did help me. However, I was told it wasn't addictive and it was only temporary. Let me tell ya, it's addictive and wasn't temporary. I've been on it since and cannot get off of it for nothing. I've been trying but it's harder to kick this than it was with opiates. So I'm back at square one.
I'm not here to knock Suboxone. Like I said, it helped me. But patients should be told the truth about it and it should really be temporary so there's no risk of addiction. It just seems like replacing one with another? I wasn't given the choice to go sober cold turkey, I was told I had to go on it. I would've been better off doing it in the comfort of home, but I was too afraid to because I knew it was hard and with a side of mental illness, it can be a scary thing. So, my issue lies with the "addictionologist" or whatever they called him. Now, I'm on a whole new struggle, thanks a lot.
4 stars to the actual hospital and most staff. Clean, safe place which is nice. Kind and caring staff.
Worst experience I've ever had in the E.R. to date. My doctor never introduced herself to me at all. I had asked for pain medication and was told it was ordered. Then had to page the nurse 2 times, and wait over an hour and 40 minutes. For no reason. When the pain was that unbearable and I started crying and had enough. Been there for a couple hours at this point, I wanted to leave. At this point the doctor finally ordered the pain medication. What is this?? Then had the nerve to argue with me because I am beyond upset and in a tremendous amount of pain. She had no bed side manner what so ever. I never want to ever go back to this hospital. Worst doctor I have ever come in counter with. She truly was. Shame on you Columbia St. Mary's..... shame.... since when did caring for people become a thing of the past?? Just ignore and evade.... great tactics for for terrible doctor's.
The nurses in the Emergency Room are awesome!!! Howsomever, the Emergency Room DOCTORS are RUDE, ARROGANT, UNEDUCATED, AND DOWNRIGHT IGNORANT... Especially on how to treat patients!!
And it should be Against The Law for this kind of place to employ doctors of this stature!! I have seen wild animals that are better mannered than these doctors at this hospital!!