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I have had 4 children born at Inland, and we liked it so much my sister in law drove 45 minutes to have her baby there. It may not be the newest hospital, but the maternity ward had large (comparatively) rooms, they were reasonably clean, and the staff were very helpful and kind. The wait in the ER can be a bit long at times, but I saw several bad reviews here, and I needed to post my experiences. No hospital is perfect, there will be good and bad doctor's and nurses everywhere, but my experience has been good at Inland.
Inland use to be the greatest. But lately IT SUCKS! Last night was the worst. I brought my daughter in because she hit her head pretty hard and her right pupil was way smaller than her left one. We waited for 2 hours and we still weren’t seen even by a triage nurse. Two others came in after us and were taken right in within 10 minutes of arriving, one lady came in with her family and I over heard the mother and father talking about how there wasn’t anything wrong with their adult daughter except that it was a cry for attention, she was taken right in while my daughter was nauseous and the noise and lights were bothering her. Not even impressed at all with the way things were handled.
The ER is TERRIBLE! The staff are lazy, condescending, and VERY unprofessional. I filed a formal complaint about mistreatment. They have no compassion or empathy. Idk who trained these nurses, but they should be fired. I dont have time or energy to list every nasty foul, but my daughter removed her own IV and we marched out. You cant even ask for a warm blanket, without a nasty tone. They act like they want to get paid to just sit at the desk, and talk about their personal lives. It was a downright disgrace! Pathetic!!! We went to MAINE General, where people seemed genuinely eager to help!!!
8/20/2017 had to go to the ER at 1am after having a tonsillectomy 2 days earlier. The staff was very caring. I was dehydrated and was having a bad reaction to the medicine from the operation because I was unable to eat food before taking it. The doctor seemed to genuinely care about my situation even at 1am. With his hand on my shoulder, while my head was in a puke bucket, he told me he was going to take care of me, and that he was going to make all this vomiting stop soon. He explained exactly what he was going to do to help me get back on my feet and get through this. I could tell he genuinely cared. Then the nurse came in and was so pleasant and warm. She was able to get the IV going the first time with out a lot of pain. She covered me in some blankets and even dimmed the lights so I could relax better. Thank you.....
The E.R. told my husband he was constipated, never ran any tests nor did any scans and sent him on his way. Then we ended back up in the E.R. at EMMC and he had appendicitis and needed emergency surgery. I would never suggest anyone to go to this sorry excuse for a hospital.