Last week on 01/22, I went to Coral Gables hospital with my wife and the emergency department was over the top amazing. I was helped by all the nurses and doctors, especially by Dr. Gutierrez. Also, a gentleman named Efren helped me with the admission even though the hospital was very full. He took the time to guide me through the whole process to make sure that everything ran smoothly. Really good department and will always be my first option.
Dr. Luis E. Gurierrez MD was amazing. Makes you feel like family and does his job incredibly awesome. Also the Nurse and Staff members who attended me. Thank you for doing such a great job. They work fast and very efficient. Hospital is clean and easy to get around. They gave me the proper treatment and im feeling and doing better than ever. Thank you so much again to the whole team at Coral Gables Hospital Emergency. Highly Recommend !!
I don't understand why there are so many bad reviews. This hospital will treat your loved ones as if they were family. The nurses, Marrero and Barreti went above and beyond to care for my 89 year old father. The doctors were great and the workers were amazing . My father was well taken care of physically, medically, always clean, fed but most of all always done with the kind of love and care only a family member can offer. This hospital is not just a hospital. It is the closest thing to a family. I AM SO IMPRESSED. Thank you for loving and taking care of my most precious possession.
Horrible experience with social worker. My husband had a stroke and when he was discharged from the hospital, the social worker told him that on the same day or at the latest the next day he would receive a walker for adults, but it was not so. We had to call to find out what had happened and they told us they would call us back. The call was made at 9am in the morning Today and at 12 a day a social worker called to ask me about the case and that at that time they were going to process the order, because I had to call the insurance and process the rest. We have not received the walker yet which affects us to take my husband to his therapies. I'm waiting waiting waiting......
Reading these reviews i am terrified! My 90 year old grandmother was just admitted for swelling in her legs. So far i have noticed a couple things i don't like. The nurse aid reuses the plastic wash pans. That's kind of gross. Also the head RN in the day shift not sure of her name is kind of rude. She does not like to be asked any questions. Very stand offish attitude. I don't like the way she speaks to patients. Also the rooms are tiny and uncomfortable. But we'll have to make do until she recovers. I asked one of the nurses what medication he was giving my grandmother and he didn't even know the name. He was new at the hospital it seems. He was being trained by the nurse on duty. I finally found out but it took some questioning. Oh well i hope we don't have any major issues.