Today was the first time we've been to IU Health as we are new to the area. The lobby wait time was extremely quick however that is quite frankly where the smiles end. As soon as we pushed through the door from triage to the actual ER I was shocked at the filth that I saw in an emergency room. Cluttered hallways, dirty floors, noticable dust balls in corners. AND THEN we were escorted into the room where my other half would be seen and treated... the floor had spills, drips, foot prints from one end to the other. The bedside table had crumbs as well as something smeared on it. The brightest thing in the room was the crisp white sheet on the bed... in my experience as a professional cleaner if the floors and table is clearly dirty the entire room is filthy. When the extremely nice nurse came in I did mention the un cleaned room, he apologized and moved on as if I had not said a word. Which lead me to believe if I wanted the room clean I'd have to clean it myself. Which I did. After cleaning the bed and rails, tables, sink, dispensers ( which were empty- no SOAP to wash your hands) in the room I moved onto the bathroom which was beyond disgusting. Never have I been to a hospital an seen such. Isn't housekeeping required to clean after each patient and discharge? I AM VERY DISAPPOINTED IN IU HEALTH METHODIST. VERY DISAPPOINTED.