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I went to the ER here for the first time and had a wonderful experience. The whole staff was great and I left feeling like they cared and while there I felt that I was in good hands! I’d definitely go back again without a doubt. Very clean environment. The Dr’s here cut right to the chase and made me feel like a #1 priority. Thanks GBMC, I’m forever grateful for how I was treated with such great care!
Great hospital! My child had all 3 surgeries there, and has been there many other times. The staff is kind, trustworthy, and helpful. Thanks, GBMC! ;)
This place has definitely gone down over the years, before you could be in and out within a couple hours. Today I sat for almost 4 hours with an iv and ekg stickers stuck all over me. I told them I was feeling faint and my blood pressure was rising but they didn’t take any of this into consideration. I asked for the iv to be removed and I left. Customer service isn’t great anymore either
Stayed here in Kaiser/Acce for 15 days when I was ill. The nursing staff is hit and miss. The older nurses are great, but the younger ones are easily overwhelmed and it shows. I often found myself calling for help 1hr prior to needing it because I knew how long it would take. Food was good, but I prefer not to interact with the younger nurses they take the job to personal, it's a hospital people are usual here because they are sick and at their worse.
Waited in the waiting room for 9 hours just to have my father seen by a doctor for a possible stroke. 6 hours in we were told we were next. 2 hours later we were told the same thing. Patients around us were complaining that they had IV lines in for over an hour after they were finished. There was used cups, napkins, and other trash on the floor. The nurses are good but the ER Doctors there are not very engaged, they seek to make all the vital stats match the recomended levels so they can legally discharge the patients, but take no effort to find what the root cause of the problem is or to seperate symptoms vs causes. If you have a choice in the matter, go elsewhere, this hospital appears to be treating patients with "shotgun medicine"-- take in as many patients as possible with the most minimal medical treatment as is legally required so the hospital can maximize its profits.