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feedback about Corning Hospital
I had gallbladder surgery there 4 months ago. I have not been right since. I've been dizzy with neurological issues since. Surgery supposedly went perfectly. No follow up care from them. They only told me to go see my PCP. I've never spoke to the doctor after the surgery. Not even immediately after surgery. I was extremely healthy before surgery. I had no health issues before surgery. All started immediately after waking up from gallbladder removal. This hospital ruined my life, a married father of 4. I feel like they were all nilly-willy and screwed something up with anesthesia and/or mechanical aspiration. I've been to see all kinds of doctors, none can give me answers, only some type of trauma to the brain from anesthesia. And that's just a guess. Never go here.
Took them two hours just to get a doc in the room to look at my one year old burned finger tips from him reaching out and touching a hot pan. Two hours for a parent with a toddler can feel like a lifetime when they are hurting. Are they short staffed or something? Why would it take two hours to come look at the burn, cream it, wrap it and prescribe the cream to heal it.
I tore a muscle in my leg.I was sent out of the hospital on my hands are knees because the hospital does not allow the staff to help you after your seen and discharged from the hospital. this means that I will not willingly go to this hospital and I won't take any you if you are unconscious..
On birth floor, with my sister, if you are not a patient they are just rude.
I had asked if there was another recliner for the room sense I was going to be there for the birth of my niece and needed a place to sleep....i was told no, one chair per room and that if I needed to "kick my feet up and relax" to go to the waiting room.
I dislike this hospital!
I fell asleep on a Friday evening, with the air conditioner blowing on me. By Sunday evening, my breathing was very difficult, and I couldn't hold out till Monday to see my Dr., so my wife drove me to the ER. It felt like I had pneumonia, since I'd had it a couple times before. I saw the ER Dr. in a fairly timely manner (of course, since I had difficulty breathing). I told him what I felt I had. X-rays were taken, and because my pneumonia had developed so quickly, the x-rays didn't show hardly anything, and no one thought to think, outside the box, that (being a retired RN myself), I might actually know what I was talking about! So procedure was followed, and I was admitted, put on IV fluids, and given IV antibiotics for what they thought was a blood infection. In the mean time I had a hard a very hard time trying to breathe, and was coughing, coughing, and more coughing, badly! I really suffered needlessly for days, and was given some relief, when given some morphine, every so often. My blood culture results showed positive for pneumonia, after 3 days of suffering! I was finally put on an IV antibiotic for the pneumonia, and somewhere along the way, I developed acute renal (kidney) failure! I was discharged after 5 days, and later received a $25000 bill!!!