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This is my go to ER when something happens in my life that warrants an ER visit. The staff is SO NICE and helpful. They don't bog you down with unneeded tests. And its usually fairly quick to get in under an hour every time I have been there.
First time my son had surgery here today. Staff was very loving and caring and welcoming with my son and my family! The 2nd best hospital experience that I have ever had. My son's surgery went very well. Thank you so much to all the staff and nurses and doctor/surgeon!❤🙏
My first child was born at Hudson Hospital and it was a disaster from the very start of my clinic appointments. So for my second I decided to go to Lakeview instead. It was 150% better in every way! Both of my doctors (Nelson and Schneider) were fantastic! Very honest, straight to the point and Fun! My nurse in the clinic (Jordan) was my favorite and I am honestly going to miss the follow up visits! The birthing center was also amazing! I had 2 main nurses during my whole stay (Shelley & Alisha) which was awesome because I didn’t have to explain myself to a new nurse every shift! And they were both great!!! Positive and bubbly yet empathetic when I needed it! An amazing experience across the board! 👏🏻🙌🏻
My Mother was an emergency room Patient this past Wednesday. All the staff were very pleasant. My only concern was after the nurse took blood and inserted her IV she left all the bloody gauze and supplies on a tray next to her bed. She came in later and said "Oh I see I left a mess" but left again without cleaning it up. She also left a vial of blood laying on the counter by the door. I could understand this happening if it was an urgent fast moving emergency but it wasn't.
Because of extreme pain, we spent about 5 hours at Lakeview Emergency Room on Saturday. We were cared for quite well for the first 4.5 hours. The doctor, NP Student, and RN were kind, patient, good listeners, and very helpful. If had to, we would return to the Emergency Room. Unfortunately, when we went to inpatient pharmacy, we did not receive the same trauma sensitive practices. It was taking an extremely long time to get the medications and my wife was in a lot of pain. We were waiting for 30 minutes when a 'security guard' or someone of the sort approached us. There was nothing trauma sensitive about his practices. Instead of his first statement being, 'are you okay', he told us we could not sit on the floor and continued with very rude and disrespectful statements to us. I am not sure who trained this individual, but I would hope that there would be better trauma sensitive training for him in his near future.