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My daughter was a patient several times in the ICU when she acutely ill.
She received excellent nursing care. I was included in the morning rounds.
As an RN my only suggestion is that anyone entering the hospital, especially critical care, must have their Advanced Directives in order and be able to state clearly what they want and do not want done. Every patient needs an advocate, friend or family, who will speak for them when they cannot. I am from Seattle and found the older doctor wanted to overrule my daughter's well planned decision. She had a Stage 4 cancer.
He made a difficult situation more difficult but she handled it well, with my support. I want to stress that the nurses and younger doctors were professional, highly skilled and always kind. I am grateful for their care.
I went into the hospital with what I thought was an issue needing antibiotics. Once there I found out I was having a major diabetic episode. The team in the ER reacted very quickly. They had a room lined up or me and admitted me for a few days. They took me to the treatment level on level 8. The staff was very nice and explained along the way as I was learning I was now a diabetic with a long way to go to be safe. They were all extremely friendly. The room was nicer than a lot of hotel rooms I have stayed at. I was slamming insulin like a camp by the time I left. Thank you very much. PS they even put in with rowdy visitors from my office. And the “hospital food” was actually very good.
The only reason I decided to leave a review is cause of my man Joseph. He’s a RN that works up in building 5, fantastic job explaining, very experienced for his age too. If he ever attends you, you’ll know what I’m talking about.
I have been in the hospital for my niece who is 8 months old. We took the baby to Emergency not awake without reaction but did not get help. We were told there is no doctor and the room leaving us in an awful situation. In the hospital we were trying to shake the baby to open her ayes and wake up because she were thinking we are losing the baby. The front desk treated us like an animal more than a person. The security was aggressive and unnecessary rude. They humiliated us when we were crying for help.
It really sucks when you take your brother in for a 10:45 appointment for a colonoscopy, well at 1250 he is called back. They say it will only take 30 minutes. I told him he should have gone to St Marks so much better and the people are so much nicer and theythey you in on time. What is the use of an appointment when they run 2 1/2 hrs late.