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Had my first child here and all the nursing staff was so friendly and helpful. They helped us with all our silly baby questions and seemed like they really cared about the health and wellbeing of our little one and me. The delivery nurses were equally great and helpful. The doctors are busy people but the nurses and lactation support here really made us feel at ease.
Wife had to wait hours to hear back from a doctor, and apparently all this communication is done digitally. I can't imagine how it takes that long. I'm sure there's some excuse. I don't really care what it is. Please get better at communicating. Medicine is the only place where it's acceptable to be hours late to a scheduled meeting because these people have every bit of leverage. Id never even get hired if I was late to an interview and I'd be fired if I was always that late to meetings. Unsat. Provide more efficient care please.
I have had 2 stays here in the last 2 weeks for somewhat different events. I was quickly given a room. The nursing staff was very attentive. My doctor is wonderful. The reason I give four stars is because I found that in my room, the nursing staff was constantly battling their equipment. IV machines malfunctioned, the thermometer on the wall in my room worked on occasion and they would have to run to get a backup, the blood pressure machine also had to be swapped out for a new one, and once my nurse had to take it manually because the machine wasn't working. It seemed like the nurses were in a constant battle with the machines on the floor and they could use some updating. This in turn would allow them to focus on their patients and cut down on the steps they take to do so. I have not been billed yet, but as far as cleanliness, and quality of care, I do put my trust in this staff at this hospital. Updates to the standard machines would improve the quality of care.
I took my son to the ER with abdominal pain. The ER docs recommended a CT scan where the radiologist and Dr discovered a mass. They were able to quickly and accurately tell me that it was most likely lymphoma, a very rapidly growing cancer. It was this quick and accurate diagnosis that got us to Riley hospital that very night. We are currently beginning treatment but I wanted to acknowledge the amazing Team who saved us critical hours and days.
In hospital now and have received the best care all nurse's were the best especially nurse Steve