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Had surgery here yesterday and everyone I have come across has been absolutely amazing. Of all the surgeries I have had, this one has been the easiest and most pain free. The nurses have been super attentive and kind. My doctor is awesome and the anesthesiologist was amazing. They listened to what input I had for them and took excellent care of me. If I need surgery again you can bet I'll be having it here. Thanks, everyone for a great job!
Want to give a shoutout to my nurse, Steve! From the moment he did my intake, he completely made me feel at ease. A tatted-up biker, Steve is great at his job (so precise and gentle with putting in and taking out the IV) and made my “stay” in the emergency room less miserable and nerve wracking. All nurses and techs were great!
Here for past 2 days with mom-in-law in for surgery. Procedure went ok, but the incompetence is outrageous. First she is told going home after surgery because they are closing a wing (wth, corridors of empty rooms) then placed on a floor in an empty room , pulling teeth to have nurse check on her like they should. The room she is staying in (Dirty- floor dust bunnies & french fries). Elevators dirty floors. Closed pharmacy and gift shop. Some drinking fountains closed with sign stating parts on order. Food at Cafeteria sucks. Tenet Health Care, learn how to run a hospital from St. Joseph's or Beaumont Hospitals. Look at St. Joseph's hospital cafeteria, happy customers and employees, eating great food. Clean environments with proper customer service & hospital staff whom are compassionate & are professionally trained and use common sense!
I just had a shoulder replacement and 2nd floor nurses pca's doctors PT people were excellent! Dr Silas is to rate! Thanks to Rn nurse Kelli and PCA sarah! God bless all the employees. They were so kind,pleasant, and caring.
I'm not a patient here, but was seen in the on department yesterday due to my ob wanting me to be evaluated for pre-eclampsia at 32 weeks pregnant. I thought it would be easier to go to the hospital 5 minutes away rather than drive nearly an hour and a half to my hospital. Boy what a mistake that was. They did absolutely nothing for me. I got there, they took a sample of my pee and it just sat next to me the entire time I was there no one touched it. They did a non stress test for about an hour and took my BP right before they let me leave and that was it. No blood tests, didn't check my urine and didn't bother checking my BP more than once. My BP was within normal range the one time they checked me but still they should have done more. They said to follow up with my actual doctor on Monday. They did ask me if I was comfortable with leaving and I said yes because I just felt like I was an inconvenience to them and didn't want to be a bother. I learned my lesson, from this point on if I have any issues I will be making that drive to the u of m where at least I know I'll be properly taken care of and my concerns will be addressed.