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3.2 out of 5 stars

Cheyenne knight
Cheyenne knight

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I am a total control freak and came in at 38weeks because my baby wasn't moving as much. I went straight to the on floor and they were super nice and attentive. they made sure I was comfortable and exolaexpl everything that they were testing or looking for and made me feel safe and comfortable. I will be having a home birth bit if I do have to have a C-section and work with this team I would feel comfortable and safe.


1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I love how my review was taken off of here, so I’m going to put it back up.

I came to this hospital for pain management after being at tree of life birth center through the previous afternoon and overnight in labor.
I have never been treated so horribly by a doctor in my life and am afraid to have more children because of him. I was blown off, not listened to, and nurses lied about what occurred when it was “investigated” but not all details were gotten from me or my family who was there, not to mention the midwives who also opened a complaint.
He rushed my labor and used many unnecessary and unwanted procedures on me, including forceps before I was fully dilated. His nurses bullied me into pushing when I said I didn’t feel like I needed to and told me that they could see when I was having a contraction and I would push or they would hold me down and make me or I would be made to have a c section. Nothing was wrong, I only asked to be able to take my time and push when I was ready. I had pushed for two hours and half way through the nurse checked me and said I wasn’t even fully dilated, but made me keep pushing. I did out of fear. I had never felt to scarred and helpless in my life. The doctor threatened me and said “if you don’t have this baby in the next 30 minutes, I will make you have this baby” I asked for more time to labor because I was so tired and felt scarred. He ordered a nurse to knock me out long enough to prep me and he performed an unwanted procedure on me that resulted in cuts on my son’s face and trauma for me, as I was awake and freaking out on the table they didn’t knock me out until my heart rate went to 180 and I was shaking uncontrollably on the table once everything was just about done. My husband was told after the operation that he had to be to Tampa the next day.
I received an official letter from them, defending the doctors reason for cutting me open and ripping my child from my stomach. He said I was tired and that is why he did it.. this is unacceptable. The baby was at plus 2 station when I was cut open (your letter also stated) and both me and the baby were fine!
I still haven’t been able to move past this and it’s been 5 months. Quit trying to cover up what you and your staff allowed to happen to me and my son Florida Hospital.
My son had to go to a chiropractor at 2 weeks old to be adjusted. He had bruising and swelling all over his head and cuts below his eye from the scalpel and that man didn’t even bother to check on me after butchering me and hurting my son. He couldn’t latch and breastfeed correctly. Your lactation consultant said it was because of all the pain in his face. Something that was supposed to be beautiful was turned into a nightmare.
There are so many other things I could say that were done to me, but no one will have the time to read it.

Nathan Nathan
Nathan Nathan

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Been here multiple times. Same issue each time and getting the same treatment i give myself at home without progress and then sent BACK home. ER seems like the only place that gets anything done, because you'll sit and wait in a room for hours trying to speak to anyone otherwise. Either they're super under staffed or just dont care. Most of the "doctors" have an "I'm right and you're wrong" attitude and dont listen to what youre telling them, especially the GI doctors, or your nurse barely comprehends English enough to do their job. Go the hour to Orlando, or two to Flagler.

Valentina Montenegro
Valentina Montenegro

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

So I went to the hospital because I was feeling really bad and my throat was in horrible pain. After they put me in a room, the lady came in and started to ask me how I felt, as I explained to her how I was feeling she acted very dismissive to my symptoms and basically just tried to get me out the door, once the doctor came in, he just looked at my throat and said I had a throat infection, even though my tonsils were visibly very swollen, they sent me home with antibiotics and that was that, both the doctor and the nurse dismissed me because "the hospital was really full". Fast forward a week, I'm still sick, I decide to make a doctors appointment and when I do, my doctor tells me that I was given the wrong course of antibiotics and thats why my tonsils and lymph nodes were still swollen. I don't understand how a hospital can misdiagnose someone and give them medication that won't treat what was actually going on. I suggest you think twice before walking into this hospital.

Theresa Crapello
Theresa Crapello

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

24 emergency services. Watch TV while waiting, and offers in the waiting room cell phone chargers.
Nurses and staff are kind, sweet and very caring.

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