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Had my baby girl here earlier this month and couldn’t have had a better experience with the staff. I spent three days in the hospital after a long induction and felt very supported the entire time. Pamela was our nurse and provided us with the most amazing care. You could tell that she really loves what she does! Will be back for Baby #2!
Thank you to everybody who helped me out today at the ER. This was my first time here and had an emergency. There was no wait and my vitals were taken immediately. I was in a room within 5 minutes of being there and they take heart issues and chest pain VERY VERY serious. I was treated with respect and want to thank the Nurses, Doctors, and staff who helped me today. The only issue I had was the parking lot getting to the Emergency Room. Make sure you follow the signs around the building if you need the ER.
Good Samaria Hospital. ... My daughter had to go here for an emergency gallbladder removal.
Took really good care of her....very friendly staff...very clean hospital!
Went here with headaches. Gave me a CT scan telling me that I have 2 brain aneurysm. Turned my life upside down. Went to a specialist who told me there was nothing wrong on my scan but said I could do an angiogram to make sure. Went through that invasive test and was told that this scan (which is the gold standard) showed nothing as well. I didn't stop here. Before leaving a negative review I went to ANOTHER impartial specialist who reviewed both scans. He as well told me that he didn't see anything wrong on both of them. They also charged me thousands for an exam that I paid $100 for previously. Not to mention the thousands in unnecessary follow up exams that I didn't need. So now I'm thousands in debt for a WRONG diagnosis. Pick a different facility if you have a headaches. That's my recommendation.
I have had two family members ages 69 and 75 come to this hospital within weeks of each other needing surgery because of cancer. One who is in the hospital now after needing ER surgery twice. Is there a reason why staff forget to feed them when family is not around? Is there a reason why my family can not get a shower after days of being in bed after surgery unless a family member asks when we come and visit? When we ask staff for a shower the response was oh you want a shower. Is there a reason why staff got upset when one of my family members could not reach the call button because it fell and they had to scream for help? Once visiting family was able to visit and told about the incident the family member tried to justify their actions by saying they were busy. I know that their is a staffing matrix for this reason, so that patients are cared for in a safe manner and their health needs can be met. I am very disappointed with this hospital and if I could move my family hospitals I would do it in a heartbeat. When family is not there to speak for the family members in time of need we are at home hoping and expecting staff to provide the basic needs for our family members so they can continue to get healthy so they can reach their goal of going home. I'm just shocked that this has happened to both my family members and that it is happening at all.
From reading the comments I need to take my family to the labor and delivery floor for good care.