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If I could give this hospital 10 stars I would! I went to the ER and ended up being admitted for surgery. Everyone from (ER, front desk, doctors, nurses, radiology, and housekeeping) was extremely helpful, comforting, and personable. The doctors and nurses were very down to earth and explained things so that I could understand them. I will definitely go back if any other emergencies arise in the future.
Good luck getting your medical records. I had labs done here after having a 102 degree fever for two weeks and was told a nurse would send me the results of the labs. After talking to 6 people at this facility, I have been told that I cannot access the results of my labs. In other words - I paid thousands of dollars for lab work and do not know if there were any issues. Irresponsible medical practice....
My father is fighting for his life after being cared for by IU Clarion North. It has been the worst older Geriatric patient care I have ever witnessed. We are not the only ones, you just don't hear about in the news and ongoing lawsuits is another way you don't hear either. Never ever discharge someone who is really sick and not eating without test after test after test are done to find out why and what is making them ill. St. VINCENT HOSPITAL 86TH HAS GONE WAY WAY ABOVE TO CARE AND find out what is wrong. Shame on you I U. HE HAD UNDIAGNOSED advanced CANCER!!!! You missed that big time!
If you are lucky enough to have Angela (sorry, I’m unsure of the last name) as your nurse, you should go out and buy a lottery ticket. I went to the ER with my fiancé yesterday (12/1) when he suffered a cluster headache attack, and Angela was nothing short of a miracle to us. Thank you Angela for your kind heart. We are so grateful for you!!
This hospital is a joke. The employees are horrible from the doctors to the cafeteria workers. They have transferred me to completely different hospitals before. They expressed they don’t take Medicaid. They have neglected multiple family members at some point in time. Making jokes about my grandmother with Alzheimer’s and dimensia. Even though I live 5 minutes away from this nightmare hospital I am willing to travel great distances than take a chance for me and the child I am carrying to be subjected to neglect. I feel as if the whole hospital needs to take a class on how to treat people correctly. Who is the person responsible for letting these weeds slip through the cracks?