I think this hospital needs to get someone to come in as a patient who's really sick and may die like my mother,and make sure all the nurses do their job, because my mom was in room 76 on the 5th floor and my mom sat in poop for almost 3 hours waiting for a nurse to come and clean her and she was to receive pain medicine every two hours because she had pancreatic cancer and couldn't feed herself or hold a cup to drink water they would sit it in front of her and leave and when were there they would come in and help her most of the time when we pushed her button but my mom would call us on her cell phone to tell us the nurses told her they would help her but it had been almost 2 hours and I witnessed it a few times when I was there and one nurse came saying she was giving her something to make her poop because she hadn't pooped in four days,but the day before she pooped so much it made a big mess but the girls never wrote it down so we decided to take turns staying the night with my mom so we could keep an eye on her, but one good thing was the doctors were so nice and even yelled at a nurse for telling him that they had given my mom a bone marrow test and the doctor was waiting for the results and he read the chart that said my mom never had the test,I could go on but what I've said is bad enough,were taking our mom home to let her die where she can be treated like she's supposed to be,I hope everyone who has a loved one in this hospital checks on them because they can't tell anyone if their being treated bad.
I'm in healthcare myself. Every person ranging from housekeeping, Dr's nurses and Food Service were very professional, well informed, communicated with each other. The food (when I could have it) was good. They made every effort for my safety, comfort and situation management. Would certainly recommend this hospital if someone needed to know about a high level of care hospital. They had a difficult patient next door and they were very patient with him.
If I could give this a 0 I would. I went here quite a few years ago because I was running a fever of 106. I had to wait for 1.5 hrs before being seen. I was then told that I had a fever- the exact thing I had already told the doctor. He then gave me 2 extra strength Tylenol, gave me an X-Ray and let me go. In and of itself, this wouldn't have been that bad. Then I got my bill- the 2 extra strength Tylenols and chest x-ray cost me a little over $3000. Are you kidding me?!?!?!?
They did a neck and back fusion surgery on my Grandmother a while back. To this day, she is much better than she has been in 30 years, all thanks to Enloe! And they have excellent chicken tenders in the cafeteria!
Worst hospital ever. They do procedures you don’t need. They charge you astronomical fees for minor stuff. Unless you’re dying stay away from this place. So just make whatever you have worse. Horrible doctors, horrible hospital