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I am extremely happy with the service that the ER doctor and nurses gave to my mother at the emergency room at Danbury Hospital. They were ALL courteous, patient and explained the medical procedures that would be done. I also was very appreciative that the ER doctor took the time out to show and explain my mother’s blood test results to me. They did a VERY thorough job. Thank you to the ER staff at Danbury Hospital on early Thursday morning, November 1, 2018!!!!!!
I was recently treated in the ER and it was pleasant from start to finish. Dr Smith was excellent: straight-forward, attentive and knowledgeable. My nurse, Mercedes was great. The staff in radiology and other attendants were all friendly. It’s clean, beautiful facility with valet parking.
I’ve always had my issues solved and them finding out that I had a low IGM PROTEIN DEFICIENCY which was causing me to be hospitalized every two months. Dr Fort is a awesome Doctor. I wish to find another primary doctor like him now that he’s in a different position at Danbury Hospital
This is a decent hospital. I broke my collarbone awhile back and I had to go to the ER. They did put me on a hospital bed and told me to wait for a doctor. This part is why I only rated 4 stars. WAIT TIMES. I understand that an 8 year old with a broken collarbone isn’t as important as an unconscious person bleeding from they’re head everywhere. But still. I waited an hour to get an x-ray. Then they took another hour until they told me I had broken my collarbone. And then 4 HOURS. 4 DAMN HOURS. Until I got a sling. All in all though. Nice staff and my doctor was no nonsense. Good place if you aren’t in a hurry.
I went to the hospital with my boyfriend for his shortness of breath and tight chest A YEAR AGO. We waited HOURS for test and results from a doctor who asked if my boyfriend had a pain on his leg i’m assuming to see if had a pulmonary embolism but he had no pain so i’m assuming the doctor disregarded that. He said that my boyfriend had pleurisy which we already knew by looking it up ON GOOGLE. We wanted to know what was the cause of this and he said it usually has to do with a bacterial infection...he said he had no idea where the plerseury was coming from. He gave us a packet of what pleusiry was which I COULD FIND ON GOOGLE. we were dismissed with basically NO results and no cause of his shortness of breathe. A YEAR LATER, I found out the cause of his pleusiry which did have to do with a bacterial infection but the “doctor” didn’t even bother to ask about his past with infections when we were there. Thanks for dismissing us with no help. My boyfriend has been in chest pain for the past year and we have had no idea why. I cannot believe as a nursing student I actually figured it out with GOOGLE! complete waste of time and money.