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Hospitals usually have to everything right to get 5 star review. Yes, this one pretty much checked all the boxes. Nurse Debbie (6th floor, Room 628) was the best of all. She is an ultimate role model for any nurse to follow. She worked long busy night shift, met my mother's (patient) requirement, but never was short of beautiful smile. Definitely helped my mother a lot to recover from her illness. Thank you, Debbie!
Merry Christmas, TJH. This hospital has complete disregard for its employees. If you work there, make sure you are on top of your finances. They pay the bare minimum for malpractice, for compensation and contrive underhanded tactics with their employees as an merely an afterthought. It's all about money here folks. But it's all good. I leave you with Jay's Rap:
"15 bucks little man. Put that $** in my hands. If that money doesn't show me then you'll owe me owe me owe."
Worst hospital i have seen in my life. No value for life.
I was in emergency because my 1yr old daughter ate the piece of glass and they were playing games on computer some are busy with their phone and doctor said nurse checked her and he will see her when my turn will come. How could you leave somebody by just checking blood pressure and putting a thermometer in her mouth. Doctors like him Should fire immidiately. I wish i could file a complaint against them. I dont know what kind of fetal emergencies they take serious.
This Hospital has to be the worst hospital in New York. I went there because I was in pain. The pain was so bad I was crying, couldn’t sit and could barely walk. The staff in the ER are uncaring & and rude. I stated I was in a lot of pain n still they didn’t care. They need to learn to have compassion! When people go a hospital is because they are sick. Clearly as employees working in the medical profession they need more training.
They are far from confidential and caring. I went to the emergency room for a super personal problem and the intake nurse FORCED me to say what my problem for the visit was in front of everyone in the lobby.Including men.She refused to let me go inside of the waiting area where they do further intake until I told her my problem out loud.I was completely embarrassed and never been to a hospital that said your reason for the visit I in front of a whole lobby full of people. I will rather die than go back there.