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Came in to the ER with my 9 month old. The staff and doctors were so sweet. They we're very thorough and got to the bottom of my sons illness that a different ER had overlooked. Very happy with his care. Our family will be back if ER care is needed again.
Went to this ER for a pinched nerve in my back, first time I had ever experienced something so excruciating, and I've had a child, at THIS hospital. The pain was going in and out so hard I was hollering in pain, crying, the whole bit. They took me right in. To sit there. For over an hour, crying uncontrollably and begging for help. A simple drip or adjustment or something, anything would have helped so much, but they obviously thought I was there for meds of some kind and completely ignored me. It was midnight and I had to bring my 6 year old with me, I kept begging to be seen but nobody even entertained the idea of helping the screaming crying lady with her child. It was not busy. After more than an hour I actually crawled out of that rat hole and got my husband to drive me to another ER. I've told everyone I know about my experience, praying nobody has to go through what I did, and be in the worse pain of your life while bitter hags and just-out-of-school nurses act like you're some junky because they are used to working downriver. Well guess what, I can barely handle 2 ibuprofen, and your staff is absolutely terrible. How disgusting you must be to ignore someone in such pain. Hope you never have to be in that kind of situation.
I have been here twice in a week.
The staff has been very professional.
the Doctors was so refreshing. he sat next to me and calmly asked to tell him the whole story.
He listened intently asking the right questions.
I felt cared for and very safe.
We moved back to Michigan from Texas and my prescriptions were reclassified in the way that they can be prescribed and by whom.
I had also lost 90 pounds in a year.
They checked me out, ran tests to confirm nothing serious but gave me a clear treatment plan to follow up later.
As for continuing out of state care, I was sent from Dr to Dr and the ER at Henry Ford saved me twice from possible seizures and helped me with my next steps.
Be honest they are compassionate.
Rehabilitation center employees are great but they're practices and overall lack of final evaluation sucks. My mother was released today after doing a 2 week stint in rehab following the partial removal of a brain tumor. I figured they at least made sure she had the strength necessary to cope with life albeit with some assistance. Nope. She immediately fell trying to go up the stairs as soon as I got her home and she can't lift herself up from the toilet either. I guess once the insurance money runs out so does the importance of your recovery.
I would leave negative 5 if possible. So understaffed it takes for ever to get in and out of emergency room. Been here 5 hours saw Dr for 2 minutes cant get her to come back. Had to give urine for test and they had 1 bathroom blocked because they had so many people lined up in the hallway and no place to move them. The only bathroom available they told my wife to use had blood all over the floor along with urine everywhere. It had been there for quite sometime as the blood was dried on the floor.
They drew blood when we first got there, they left it on the back of the bed for almost 4 hours. The urine still sits on the table in her room for an hour now. This is ridiculous. Haven't seen the DR in an hour a half now.
Asked nurses for a blanket for my wife several times over a 5 hour period and never got one. Finally another patient gave my wife a blanket because she was freezing. We are now going on 6 hours.
This place is nasty how someone hasn't gotten a staff or mersa infection is beyond me. Avoid this place at all costs if you value your life of your loved ones.