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ER staff were extremely rude and uncaring. I was in a motorcycle accident and brought in by ambulance My nurse treated me like some low life looking for pain medication. Wrecking my expensive motorcycle and bouncing 40 feet down the road was not what I set out to do when I went for a ride that evening . But the nurse that treated me hinted that I was there only for the medicine. If I could give Uconn a minus 10 I would. After going through 7 hours of some x rays and testing I was released. I was not offered help to the door as I carried my Leathers, helmet ,and boots . I limped past Doctors and nurses to the exit with torn muscles and road rash to wait until my ride arrived. SHAME ON ALL OF YOU THAT CALL YOURSELF S HEROES AT THE JOHN DEMPSEY HOSPITAL.
I gave birth here and the doctors and medical staff are really really excellent. However the front desk staff at the women’s clinic are inept and sometimes downright rude. Billing is even worse. I had to have my insurance do a 3 way call to hear first hand that they are inept. They over bill me and act like they have no idea what I’m talking about. A craggy woman with a cigarette voice arguing with you that they didn’t bill you what you said they did- with the bill in your hand and the insurance company saying the same thing-an absolute mess
I like having all of my health providers in one place and I enjoy having all of my records together also.
Enjoy the attentive staff and engage with other people in the waiting room. Put away your cell phone for a while and recall what it was like when we used to interact with each other on a personal level.
Doctors and nurses are really becoming rather rude. Not much empathy for the sick. I heard a staff member in another room going”back and forth” loudly with a patient. Patients just want to be informed. The kindest nurse there, was the nurse who pointed me to the exit.