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Everyone was very nice from start to finish. Called to check up on me later and sent a thank you note too.
Worst hospital in 3 counties . Main thing they care about is payment , way overstaffed in most departments, its a business and you're the meat . Better off going to the dixon veterinary hospital. I'm telling ya , it's not worth half the erroneous prices they force on unsuspecting " patients " . Go to cgh in sterling. Save yourself and your family and your money
I liked this hospital til I go in for hitting my head. Have terrible migrain from hell. I ask for something and I'm told just take Tylenol...really!? I told nurse Tylenol doesn't work ...then she says well we don't give narrcotics...did I fkn ask for one!? No!!! She asked what I wanted...I said fioricet because it usually helps...nope got to take Tylenol she said. Also im on a blood thinner..so hopefully the Excedrin I took doesn't hurt me since its an Nsaid and could do more fing damage!!!
Saved my mom's life. Dr at cgh screwed up sent her home. 6 hours later she almost died. K.S.B. saved her. Dr Belford in the ksb er was GREAT!!!👍
Came here for the birth of my niece. I traveled all the way from Chicago so it wasn’t a short drive. I get to the hospital and almost every door was closed. I had to enter from the emergency entrance. I finally get to the room and everything was fine until the nurses changed shift. Out night nurse was Ashley, she seemed kind at first but as the night progressed I became highly unsatisfied with the service. My sister had her baby at about 3 am; after everything was settled I was planning on sleeping. We already had a bed in the room but it was occupied so I asked for an extra bed; we had enough room to make it fit but Ashley didn’t seem to understand that I just needed a few hours of sleep before I could go back home. She insisted that there wasn’t any extra beds but there was one in the hallway. I ended up laying down on the floor and then Ashley came in the room again; she was questioning whether I was of age because she “couldn’t tell”. She reminded us that we had to be of age to stay the night; everyone that stayed was over 18. I felt so disrespected by being questioned and the service could’ve been better. We had no problems with any other nurses.