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11/14/2018- My Nurse Practitioner, my RN, the radiology technician, every one of the techs that worked with me, admitting staff... PLEASE give them some kind of bonus. This is the only good experience I have ever had at your hospital, and I was losing my pregnancy. Thankfully, every single person on my care team WAS AMAZING. For once, I had an amazing experience when we were absolutely heartbroken. I couldn't have had a better experience at an Emergency Room. I am waiting for the survey to come through so I can make sure to give those ladies the props they deserved. If you have a number I could call for your QA rep I would really appreciate it!
This hospital is wonderful. I have always used Mission Health but due to an emergency illness, knowing I would have to sit at Mission for hours i went here. I can’t believe how quickly they saw me and literally saved my life. I was much sicker than I thought and ended up there for 5 days. Everyone from the housekeeping staff to the doctors were wonderful to me. I received excellent care. No ignoring the call bell till u per on yourself like my poor mother went through at Mission. This hospital has changed so much. A nursing supervisor came in each day to check on how I was being treated. I will never go back to Mission again for an ER visit!!!
For being an out of state visitor I would like to share this information with all of you. And I am an employee of an emergency room myself as a patient care technical assistant.
From when you walk in the door, the security staff was very kind and polite .They truly seemed very caring. The EMT at triage was very nice as well. Especially sharing war stories. Then I was taken back to my room and handed my past medical history lost as well as all my medications and allergies. She was very friendly and very caring. My nurse was very friendly and informative as to what she was going to do. The doctor that saw myself was very friendly and caring as well as understanding of my current medical situation. Before he left the room he explained in great detail what type of testing and treatment was going to be done. The nurse came back in to get my blood and to hang my medicine bags. She came in every half hour to check in on me .(Which is a practice that happenes rarely.)
Upon my discharge the doctor came in and explained what type of home care I need to do as well as medications. The nurse came in with .t discharge papers and my script. She, again, was very informative as to what I needed to do and what I needed to look for when I got home. Upon exiting the facility the security guard was very friendly and we shook hands as I thanked him.
All in all I would say that this was an amazing experience and would recommend this place to all visitors.
Very incompetent, money driven, garbage hospital. Stay away if you value your loved one's, or your life! Lots of drug addicts working for the EMS and they will gladly relieve you of any money or meds that you have lying around if you aren't attentive. Hospital staff are all subcontracted so that Lifepoint can't be sued for malpractice. Ask to be taken to a different hospital even if it costs more, that is if the EMS doesn't kill you first.
This place is so busted and hillbilly that I fully expected to see a chicken cluck and run across the floor until the banjo player from "Deliverance" boinked it and demanded that it "squeal like a pig!" A $29/ Night room at a Super * Motel in Detroit would have been cleaner than HRMC, and if a junky was loading a needle in the parking lot of a strip club with a woman named Roger, I would still trust the skills of Haywood's Mafia Hospital a lot less.