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I was flown from Lake Powell to Flagstaff. Was treated very well and my injury has been healing well. Their care was exceptional. Much better care than the follow up I received at TOSH in Salt Lake. I would highly recommend them.
Amazing professionalism and compassion for the family after a very serious accident! They worked as a Team in the ICU explaining what was happening medically,then helped contact family members and set up a Conference call with her children to.explain the very serious situation.
The Security Crew OKed that an RV could stay in the lot as long as needed.
This was an exceptional Team that made all the difference for our family at the most tragic time. Thank you ALL for your kindness and support!!
If you are in the Flagstaff area and you’re literally about to die, like maybe a bear bit your leg off and you are bleeding out, then you might want to consider coming to FMC.
If it is anything else, go to Prescott or Phoenix. The doctors here are friendly, and reasonably competent I guess, but you will wait in the waiting room for hours thanks to all the homeless drunks who take up all Flagstaff‘s resources.
And when you get your bill, expect it to be three times as much as any hospital in Phoenix or Prescott. And expect at least two different bills per visit— one from the hospital and one from the doctor you see. And if you are a hard-working tax-paying citizen and actually have a job, don’t expect them to help you with your bill at all. They will demand full payment within 120 days or they turn you over to collections.
And their prices are absurd. If they give you an aspirin it’ll be 50 bucks. If you get any sort of medical scan or evaluation expect to pay hundreds. Unless you are a drunk homeless piece of filth you will pay through the nose. If you’re homeless and drunk, every procedure is free.
And back to the competency of their doctors— I guess they’re OK, but they completely misdiagnosed my 11-year-old as having a minor salivary gland infection when in fact he had a significant infection of the jawbone. A BACTERIAL BONE INFECTION!!!
So, unless a bear bit your leg off, go to Phoenix or Prescott. Meanwhile and I’ll keep paying off thousands of dollars for their misdiagnosis.
UPDATE: So far we’ve gotten 3 separate bills from FMC for two ER visits totaling $3300 dollars!!! $3,300 for a misdiagnosis and a severe allergic reaction to their doctor’s prescribed medication.
Are you kidding me? Anyone know a good malpractice attorney in Phoenix?
Came in Friday afternoon with broken ankle was admitted to have surgery next day had it first thing in the morning boy I'll tell you what the whole staff from orderly to surgeon (Dr's Gibson and Marval bless you and ty for your amazing work) was AMAZING!!! RN's Lisa and Tim and Zack and Jamie in ER I just love you guys to pieces thank you so much for everything... Rachel Huggins
I came to fmc Sat night because of severe abdominal pain. I got there at 9, then set in a chair in the emergency room for 3 hrs to draw blood, then still in severe pain taken to ct at midnight. At 3am, after being given morphine and sleeping, Ben, told me I was being discharged and had to leave the hospital. I could barely walk and asked to see a Dr. I was told no, and security escorted me to the parking lot, where 4 security guards watched me and told me to call a cab, and I was told by Ben, my treatment was over and not to call 911, so i walked away only to collapse at Walgreens and call 911. So, I was taken back to ER around 6am, put in the back of the ER with armed security guards. Then I was made to sit in a chair for 3 more hours in severe pain. I asked to see a Dr and was told no, I was not allowed to lay down. Then he gave me more morphine and told me I had 2 leave and I cud barely walk. Then taken out the back of the WE and was told if I don't feel good to sit on a bench. So, I collapsed at Weatherford, and ambulance rushed me to ER, I was made to sit in another chair in the ER waiting room with no medical attention, then taken back to ER only to be moved to the back where the armed security guards were. The nurse refused to put a bandaid on my arm where I got my shot and made the armed security guards get it for me. It was a Nightmare! No one should be treated this way. I had no privacy with armed security guards in my room while any nurse or Dr came 2 see me. I called patient relations and operator begging for help, No one came or helped. I called patient rwlarions, Holly, and her attitude was hospital was justified in their treatment. Patient relations represents the hospital, not patients. NEVER GO HERE!!