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This place was amazing for my father. Finally he got answers to a condition he's had for years. He was treated well and for a man who doesn't like hospitals he liked this place.
My son was taken in for a dog that attacked his face. I know social media plays a big part in todays society. Just wanted to say how great and amazing all the nurses, doctor and staff were. Beyond friendly and super caring and calming. It was a scary event seeing my 2 year old in a hospital bed but they really made the situation alot better for my little man. They even gave him a stuffed animal for him to take home. Thank you so much everyone who helped with my son. I have nothing but great reviews on how everything went .
I'd seen terrible reviews for this facility before, and although my care was not the most top-notch I'd ever received, the doctors didn't listen to my requests for pertinent tests to my case, and then proceeded to recommend a gallbladder surgery without further investigation, I didn't think it was ALL that bad as far as western medicine as a whole is concerned until today. After being sent to collections, on top of their mediocre (or less) care, I would 100% recommend going to ANY OTHER hospital for your care.
Looks like all the bad reviews are for the emergency room, and I will absolutely have to concur. I have never been treated so horribly by any medical facility in my entire life as I was this evening. I have anxiety going to hospitals, as many, many people do. You would think people that work in one could be a little more empathetic to their patients. Firstly, the triage nurse was cold distant and mechanical, ok but she wasn't providing my care. Get to my room and a PA comes in like he is already upset that he even has to be there. Im used to this as most people think anyone comes in to the er and they aren't bleeding out that you are a drug seeker and want to be dopped up. I made it clear from the outset that I did not want narcotics because opioids made me sick. Like very very sick. But this did little to ease him. He is so rude about everything, he performed a paltry exam until I was nearly screaming and was white knuckled from tensing so hard to keep myself still. Then he says to me that there is really nothing he can do and I start crying (panic), because 1) he is treating me like my pain is insignificant or I'm lying and 2) now I know I'm going to continue to be in this pain for the foreseeable future. So my mom who brought me to the ER steps in and starts asking the dr to please take this more seriously as although I'm a chronic pain sufferer, this is not the same kind of pain. He tells my mother I should be used to this kind of pain because I have chronic pain. As my mother persists in insisting he do something like maybe an MRI, he tells her my condition does not merrit an MRI and then asks my mother what she thinks he should do.... um... hello my mother is not the medical "professional". At this point I'm begging my mother to please just take me home. And we left. It is very sad that I just Moved to Oregon from Arizona, and my Dog receives better healthcare here than my family does... despicable.
Thank you to my nurses Megan and Jackie and for my CNA’s Chris and Josie for all taking such good care of me while I was stuck in the hospital all weekend. I appreciate you all!! Also thank you to the doctors for all the care as well. Everyone was amazing.