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From the first time back in 2011 till now, June 2018, the service and attention to patients has really dropped lower than my expectations. I have medicare and medicaid but that wasn't the issue back then. The nurses were excellent. The volunteers were nice. I was properly checked on at night. Yes!! I said at night. I don't know what happened but I wish they would step it back up. Not just for me but for everyone.
After an accident on the road I was taken to Grove Integris Hospital by ambulance. I ended up there despite my requests to be taken to a Tulsa Hospital. Once there I continued to insist on being taken to any other hospital. Despite my pleas I underwent prosthetic surgery for a broken hip. During that surgery I was infected with a drug resistant staph infection that destroyed my left leg. Months later, once the source of the infection was determined I was forced to undergo another surgery at another hospital to remove the infected prosthesis. Removing the infected prosthesis allowed to the infection to spread and it destroyed my right leg. Thanks to Grove Integris, a hospital I didn't even want to be in to begin with, I'm now a cripple for life. As far as I'm concerned Grove Integris Hospital ruined my life. Because of Oklahoma's archaic laws I wasn't even allowed to sue them for what they did to me. No matter what you do, don't wind up in Grove Integris Hospital. If it was up to me no one in this world would ever wind up there without my warning them first. Please, for your own sake, take my advice.
The staff was very friendly and helpful answered any question s we might have had.
Worst hospital in the four state area. I have been there 3 times in the past 6 years. I cannot afford insurance, and my job unfortunately does not supply me with it. For the past 6 years I have had serious swelling and infection in arm.
From the first time I went they labeled me as someone seeking narcotics. The surprising thing is, each time I have been there I have specifically said I do not want pain medication and that I would like to be looked at and receive treatment for the massive amount of swelling. The doctors take hours to see you, and when they do manage to see you they are rude, abrupt and don't listen to anything you have to say. Before seeing me he had already called in a script for amoxicillin. And similar things happened the previous time. He never looked at the infected area and just stopped in for a minute.
Well 2 months later I finally got insurance and went to a Primary Care Doctor.
They did a biopsy of the infected area and later on learned that it was a cancerous tumor. I now am at stage 3 of cancer and undergoing treatment. If this would of been looked at thoroughly one of the other 3 times I visited the hospital this may have been noticed and I could of started treatment sooner. My Primary said this is a common theme with Integris and they often neglect anyone who visits the ER and judges them before they even talk.
I have other family stories of child birth that has gone very wrong as well but those stories are not for me to share since this is my personal experience. But I will say the consensus among many people in this area is that Integris has terrible care and doctors. They just do not care about their patients.
I urge you not to visit this facility and instead go to Freeman East Hospital in Joplin. I had great care there.
I see the other reviews for Integris here and it seems other people mirror my disgust for this Hospital. Why study to be a Doctor when you cant perform the main duty that is caring for people. I sure got charged enough. In fact they prescribed me amoxicillin each time and my bill varied from $1000.00 - $7000.00 for each visit. Disgusting.
Here is a picture of what they referred to as an "infection" without ever looking into it.
Great staff. Very professional and caring.