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Had to have lab work that lasted 4 hrs. Staff very friendly. The girls in the lab let me lay down in a quiet room while waiting. Which was great because the test I had done make you feel horrible.
You have a doctor there named Jennifer Catlett. She is foul mouthed, rude, discourteous and an embarrassment to the profession. To any profession. I was told she practiced in Louisville and lost her license. Why would this hospital then hire someone like this? These are my observations. These are my views. BUT, a whole lot of other people's views, too. Shame on Indiana University Hospital, Paoli.
Well, we had the same problem with "Doctor" Jennifer or Jenny Catlett. I've stumbled upon this post and that is exactly who it was. Disgustingly kept as her foul mouth and abrasive nature. Is there a dearth of qualified people in Paoli that can also be nice? Our family would attend a midwife before we dealt with this "doctor" who sweat and complained the whole time. Besides the fact that she is so "smart". Shame on Indiana University Hospital, Paoli.
This is a great smaller community hospital. It is a smaller hospital but has a good lab, x-ray, medsurge, OB and Emergency Department. They will patch you up and are able to transfer if you have a serious condition. Since this is a rural facility my family and I do buy the air evac insurance. They have a helecopter based next door to the hospital. Just keep in mind the hospital does do alot of transfers. Being so small they can not keep the specialist required for some procedures or treatments. Just realize you should see a family doctor for non emergencies. If you are sick and have no time for an appointment then go to a quick care. You should not present yourself at the ER for non emergent care. The emergency room is the most expensive type of treatment. If you go to the ER it will not be in and out visit like a clinic. They will run extensive tests and it will take a lot of time to get your results. A typical ER visit in a rural facility is about 3 to 4 hours long.
It's a joke. If you have an emergency I suggest you go to any hospital but this one.