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I delivered my two children at Maple Grove hospital in 2017 and in 2018. My family and I had wonderful experiences both times. Every staff member was friendly and helpful, the nurses, nursing assistants, housekeeping staff, dietary staff were all great. I would recommend this hospital to anyone looking for a caring facility that pays attention to the details.
It is a wonderful place to give birth, but a horrible post-natal care experience. I was belittled less than 24 hours after giving birth and being awake for 36+ hours. When breastfeeding wasn't going well and I wanted to give my son a bottle so he could be full I was told giving him ONE bottle would ruin him from breastfeeding for the rest of his life (A BLATANT LIE). When I finally fell asleep after being awake for over 48 hours a nurse walked in to bathe my kid, when I tearfully begged her to do it later so I could sleep and make a rational decision for once, she said no and told me parenting was hard. I'm currently pregnant and looking into every other option to give birth but Maple Grove hospital.
Had to bring a family member here first thing in the morning. We arrived at about 8:35 am and we’re leaving before 9:15 am. Excellent service, very personable, so if there’s another emergency I will be back.
Beautiful facility, glorious grand piano, nestled in a convenient location and the rear of the hospital faces beautiful oak trees that includes a nice walking path. I remember the view and facility because we spent quite a bit of time in the birthing center.
Our full term daughter passed at Maple Grove hospital because there were complications inserting breathing tube.
Please do what you can to select a birthing hospital based on outcomes not logistics, the facility or other superficial factors.
I typically love this hospital, but when you’re experiencing unfortunate circumstances that bring you into the emergency room - triage staff should inform you if it’s going to be nearly 5 hours before they can address your pain - at least providing you an opportunity to visit another local hospital.