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I have spent almost 2 weeks with my husband at this hospital. First in ER, then 7 days in ICU, and currently in a regular room (which by the way is nicer than any hospital room I've visited). I have had the opportunity to witness the work of at least 5 doctors, over 20 nurses, and many other staff members. Both my husband and I are amazed with how caring and thorough everyone has been. I am eternally grateful that they saved my husband's life despite countless complications and setbacks; the fact they have all made an effort to try to know us and make us as comfortable as possible given the situation is just a big bonus.
I went in for a stress problem with chest pains due to a family crisis, to get the medicine that helped before or something else. They checked my heart and offered referrals since I'd been crying a little about my hurting family member. Instead they sent me to Behavioral health and put me in a room without my belongings. Wouldn't tell me why. Another woman asking why and begging for her daughter was rushed and I think sedated. I was allowed to call someone so they knew where I was. An evaluator came at 1am and said a doctor said I was suicidal, probably heard something wrong. The evaluator also heard something wrong. He said he might let me go but the doctor might not, even though we know now it was a mistake. Didn't get out until 6am. Their policy was to believe the doctor in everything, even in his mistakes. I think the fact that I have family in law enforcement got me out. And they may bill me or my insurance for basically kidnapping me. Some there were nice, but they have nothing in place to correct their mistakes.
I checked into the ER yesterday at about 3pm thinking i was going to be there all night because that’s how it usually goes but to my surprise i was out within about an hour. The staff were very friendly, respectful, caring, and helpful as well as the doctor. I’m feeling SOOO much better. Thanks to you guys ❤️
I recently had a hysterectomy and spent the night at Doctors. The surgical team was great and my nurse on night shift (Melissa) was FANTASTIC!! Melissa was extremely caring and professional! I have worked in healthcare for many years and don’t give out praise easily, however, I have to say that Melissa is one of those people that totally goes above and beyond the call of duty! From a grateful pt, rm 495. 😊
My review is for labor and delivery and post partum.
Mary the nurse that was in the O.R with me she was amazing. I have terrible anxiety and experience frequent panic attacks but on the day of my csection I completely lost control of myself and she was there helping me and thanks to her and the anesthesiologist I was able to calm down.
The part that deserves -1 star is my post partum experience... once I was in my room the first night was okay. When you share a room sometimes you get stuck with inconsiderate people and that’s not the hospitals fault. The second day an African American woman was my roommate and she had just had a csection like me but she was yelling at all the nurses she came in talking on her phone loud about her child not finishing his food. The nurses kindly asked her to please hang up because they needed to get her on her bed in our room. She completely ignored them and continued talking for a few minutes. Now let’s keep in mind this is a Hospital NOT a Hotel. She complained that they were being nasty to her when they were being nothing but nice to her. She just wanted her way and when she said so etc.. the nurses have more than 1 patient they can’t sit in the room waiting for you all day. It must have really upset her that they weren’t able to lift her up from the O.R bed to the bed in the room without her having to hang up because not long after she accused the nurses of being unhelpful and being rude because of the color of her skin. Now I was there I didn’t see the nurses but I could hear everything since we were in the same room and those nurses treated her no different. They answered her questions and she complained that they weren’t, she also said they were hurting her on purpose because they asked her to turn to her side so they could get the inflatable thing out. To be more dramatic she started screaming and crying after they put her on her bed.
I had a csection and my tubes tied. I had to turn on my side too and yes it hurt like hell but it’s what some of us have to go through to have a baby. She came in like I did shivering and she demanded the heater be turned on. I was happy with some warm blankets they gave me. She wasn’t. In her eyes she’s the only one that mattered. This was my second day there and I had started experiencing hot flashes and her nurse an African American lady with an accent just turned the heat up and didn’t care about anyone else because my roommate was having a tantrum.
Another thing that surprised me was to see her Nurse turn on the other nurses that brought my roommate up from the OR. When my roommates husband came up all hell broke loose! Apparently he left her down stairs with her luggage and her OR nurses had to bring them up for her and that upset her. Also apparently he left her while pregnant and then decided to come back. He was questioning if he really was the father and that seemed to piss her off more. She told him well you shouldn’t have left now you’ll have to wonder if the baby is yours. She then demanded that he leave the hospital and go change her last name back to her maiden name.
I was in a lot of pain so I asked to be moved to another room. The nurse in charge kindly moved me and asked why. I told her that there was arguing and I was trying to recover in peace. My roommates nurse came up to the nurse in charge after I walked away and told her that they were not arguing.. how would she know? She wasn’t even in the room!!!
When she was done lying to the nurse in charge she saw that I heard and she followed me back to my room and apologized because she had been caught lying but of course didn’t tell the nurse in charge about it and I had experienced enough drama and didn’t say a thing. I Was just in shock.
Now before any of you try to say I’m being racist my grandmother is black which means my dad is half black. She was mad at her husband and we all had to suffer because of it.