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Good and bad. The good is my grandma was in on the oncology because she was on hospice. The hospital may have a few rusty areas, but these oncology nurses were WONDERFUL! Some times I feel when a hospital gets too large, the patients can feel more like they are being treated as just a number or customer. I think many people also feel this way. Have close and one on one time with the patients, your level of care on patients side will go up! When the patients become rounds and check marks to say 'I saw them today', that is when their is a problem. As a doctor or a person that cares for patients, more than ever your patients need someone to guide them, and treat them as more than just the 5th patient I have seen today. They are people! Just like all of us! You are not treating a customer, or even a stranger anymore. This is your patient, and you care for your patients like family.
I hate having to come to the ER, but when I do I love it when Dr Kornilow is the attending physician. He has excellent bedside manners and takes the time to explain everything. He is not only a very good doctor, but a good guy in general.
My grandma had been at ballHospital for the last seven days she was in the PCU and then transferred to oncology for comfort care. I have the most respect for all of the nurses and techs that took care ofMy grandma. They were all very respect full they were helpful they answered our questions. They made you feel at home. I would also like to mention the palliative care doctors. My family would not have been able to get through my grandmother‘s passing without the help of dr. Buchanan. And the other members of the palliative care team.
Piss poor services with radiology department. NOT AT ALL HELPFUL
They are good at what they do. The inside is spotless, and the parking lot/garage are always free of debris. You may be waiting a while if you go to the ER and are not in critical condition, but afterward you'll be in excellent hands.