Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital

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ONE WILLIAM CARLS DRIVE, COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, MI 48382 USA

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(248) 937-3370
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ONE WILLIAM CARLS DRIVE, COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, MI 48382 USA

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Consumer feedback about Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital

Denise K
Denise K

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

One of the nurses in the ER mocked me. I received no discharge instructions... NONE! My blood pressure runs low and when I woke up there was a nurse taking it. She said to another nurse “it’s still really low” she must not have realized that I had woken up so I told her I run low. She said “oh good, your blood pressure kept tanking” Yet I was NOT hooked up to a continuous monitor?? 🤔 My blood pressure was “tanking”, yet they had no fluids running?🤔 I had been drinking when I was brought in and there was no CIWA scale done before I left. No neurological check before I left. They are lucky that I am not an alcoholic and that it was out of character for me to be brought in for intoxication.

No one asked me my history before I left. All that was asked of me when I woke up was if I had a ride. I had tripped getting out of an Uber and had fallen directly on the back of my head. I have no idea if there was a CT done. My ribs are cracked from the medic who decided to do chest compressions on a person who was breathing and had a heart beat. I was just not answering her questions. No attempt at a sternal rub. When I slapped her hands away she said “maybe next time you’ll know to answer me when I talk to you”😒. That was community EMS by the way. Not affiliated with the hospital other than the fact that they allow them to bring patients to the hospital. They had no idea I was a nurse. What if I was a lay person who needed rehab, etc...

I understand that it can be annoying to deal with someone who is intoxicated, however, every patient should be treated with kindness, compassion, and respect regardless of what you are treating them for. It is not a nurses job to judge. It IS a nurses job to make sure discharge instructions are explained. As a matter of fact... the last interaction I had with this hospital 6 years ago I had had a miscarriage and they sent me home with instructions on how to care for my NEWBORN!!!

I have tried to contact the ER manager... and just received a call back. I will be waiting to hear from someone from the hospital shortly.

*The only reason I rated them a 2 and not a 1 is because one of the nurses was friendly and the ER manager, Lori seems attentive and I feel like she really listened to me.

julie Vandike
julie Vandike

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Excellent staff! I would not go anywhere else for my medical needs. Very prompt, professional and always with a smile. I highly recommend.

Jaime Johnesee
Jaime Johnesee

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

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!

Caroline Creates
Caroline Creates

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

These people are LIFE SAVERS! They saved one of my relatives from dying from a heart attack and kept them there for a full week just to be safe

John K Riordan
John K Riordan

4 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Parking is a little scarce on a busy day. Come early and prepared for a healthy stroll. Bring an umbrella. The sidewalks connecting the main hospital to the offices next door often are shorter than the interior corridors.