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What an amazing medical team. I can in really sick into the ER, and was treated like a "King". Truly Amazing Care... So very blessed that I was taking via EMS to Interfaith medical Center.
My family and I have been going to this hospital since 1997. My daughter is one of the last children born from this same hospital the yr 1999. Out of all the years of us all going to this hospital we have not had not one problem
The staff has treated us like family, the front desk say hi we never had issues.
Im sorry to those who have had issues but they have been good to my family
Got sent into ICU. My first two days there I had no way of contacting my nurse if I needed help. Did not enjoy my nurse, asked to speak to her supervisor for days to change nurses and she flat out refuses.
Come to discharge time, takes over two hours for the doctor to come to my room to assist me. Than proceeds to tell me how I have a bunch of tests lined up still.
I've been off an IV for a day, and want to leave, I couldn't care about the tests you guys have left my care here has felt like a solid 1/10 all weekend
THIS IS THE WORST HOSPITAL IN THE WORLD. THE TECHNOLOGY IS OUT OF DATES. THE STAFF IS CLUELESS AND THE DOCTORS MIGHT GET TO THE PATIENT IF THEY AREN'T ON COFFEE BREAK. ONLY TAKE PEOPLE TO THIS HOSPITAL IF THEY HAVE A. PRESCRIPTION TO DIE THAT"S ABOUT THE ONLY THING THEY DO PRETTY DAMN GOOD.
Terrible experience: the hospital cancelled all procedures (colonoscopy/endoscopy/surgeries) the day before due to a predicted heat wave and did not communicate this to the patients. Many of us showed up after taking off work, travelling, putting our bodies through intense purging, some elderly folk had to jump through hoops just to get medical clearance to have the procedures approved....only to show up at the crack of dawn and be told that the staff decided to not show up and not tell patients.
As an apology, the hospital mailed us a letter with a tiny AMEX gift card (which majority of the businesses don't accept) and it had a note that said we would be charged $5 just to activate the card. What a way to make up for an epic failure.