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I just had surgery on my breast to remove a few benign lumps. I was treated with exceptional care. I had a single room with a bathroom and a very comfortable bed. All of the nurses were nice, compassionate, and caring. I was never uncomfortable or in pain and I am very happy with the results. Thank you to Janet and Coleen and any other nurses that assisted me!
Absolutely superb care in the Labor & Delivery and Maternity wards. The staff was amazingly caring and offered tremendous amounts of attention during the birth of my child, and afterwards. The hospital itself is clean, quiet and comfortable. I highly recommend delivering your baby at Greenwich Hospital.
The nurses, staff and doctors go the extra mile to make sure your medicals needs are met. The doctors are very communicative and provide information on the procedure needed. They also listen to your concerns and adjust treatment as needed. The staff follow up after you are home and give instructions to come back if any of the criteria should emerge. The complimentary valet parking at the ER puts your mind at ease when needing immediate care. The free parking is a God send for those needing to see multiple doctors each month. The hospital is kept immaculately clean. I would highly recommend Greenwich Hospital and the Yale New Haven Team.
Not so friendly environment, people are lazy to do their jobs. I step outside the ER patient room to catch fresh air I saw half of the staff taking their break eating in the hallway and I was told we need to wait for an hour because they’re all busy. Very unethical service and uncivilized staff.
If I could I would give zero stars but that’s not possible so I give one stars. My mother had an emergency surgery after going to the ER. First off, my mother would call for the nurse to go to the bathroom but the nurse wouldn’t come for 30-40 minutes so she’d end up wetting her bed. This was not just once. That’s why I started to bring her to the bathroom and when asked why, they denied that that had ever happened. They did not clean the pee with bleach they just wiped with their paper towel and foot. When speaking on the nurse call monitor, nurses never responded to the patients request (no “okay” or “will be right there”). At the end of her stay we were told to prepare for discharge and that a wheelchair will be prepared between 5:15-30. When we called for the nurse at 5:15 saying we were ready, the wheelchair did not arrive until 5:40. Her personal nurse stopped by and told us to call them again because transporters were slow. They should also do a quick bunk mate questionnaire/match where they either prefer noise or no noise. Overall staff were very slow.