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Waiting time is atrocious. It was around 5 pm when we arrived but between waiting in the waiting room and in ER holding it was close to midnight before my husband was placed in a room. Was supposed to have surgery at 7 AM the next day but they delayed it until around 2pm. My husband would ask a nurse for something a hundred times but would not receive them so I kept having to go myself to items. I only signed consent to amputate one toe which was dead. But they amputated another one that could have been drained of infection but they performed an unnecessary surgery. Dr. Pfeiffer is a butcher. Instead of getting infection out insists on just cutting limb off to milk insurance. He very rudely asked if my husband was using drugs or had used them in the past and if using drugs contributed to his injury. Whether or not he has is no business of his. That was a discriminatory question
Shelby in maternity care is THE BEST. She went over and beyond to help me and make sure we were okay. Hands down the best nurse I had the whole 5 days I had to stay. Have told many about her.
Flowers Hospital is a Amazing hospital with a excellent Five Star Professional emergency staff. Dr. Preyear is one of the Best Providers that we have ever had to encounter in a emergency situation. Together with intake and service our emergency was quickly evaluated, treated and stabilized beyond our expectations in the moment when critical time is of the essence!
We have also heard excellent reviews from others that have been treated for cancer that is now in remission. So we GRATEFUL for his hospital that is one of the Best in the area.
As a first time pregnancy and mom, the hospital was very inviting and comfortable. All the staff that helped me throughout the process of my labor and delivery exceeded my expectations. The staff were very well trained, informed, and just made the whole process very comforting. The way the staff catered to you to make sure you are well taken care of was astounding and I highly recommend the hospital and staff of labor and delivery. Thank you for making the experience unforgettable!!!
Thank you so much!!!
Harry and Romelyn
My grandmother was admitted Friday. She has a tube in her nose and hooked up to IVs . In order for her to get out of bed, she has to have help. She advised a nurse that she wanted to shower or get cleaned up. Sunday when I walked in, she still hadn’t had anyone in there to help her get a shower. She’s a diabetic but they continue to bring her things full of sugar even after we asked them not to. Anytime she needs anything at all, it takes hours for someone to come in. Last night she had an anxiety attack and was reaching for the tube, a family member went to the nurses station to let them know and see if someone could come help. One of the male nurse told him “he needs to go back in the room because he’s been up there a thousand times tonight and they said they will be in there”...I’m not a nurse but if my patient and patients family are panicking about something, my first response would be to go in and see what’s going on. He told him that he’s needs to come check on her and the nurse repeated himself and told him if he doesn’t go back in the room, that he would call code 1 on him. So, he asked when would they come to see her again and the nurse called security. When security got up there, he told them never mind. It’s so much more but I’ve NEVER experienced this in any hospital with anyone. This is horrible in every way. People are sick and having to deal with this type of treatment. Someone has to do something about this.