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My husband suffered from a kidney stone in April while on vacation. The hospital was wonderful. But, hope you don't deal with radiology. Their radiology department billing is a separate business. We have been fighting 8 months getting them to correctly file our insurance. It's like they have never filed a claim before! It's ridiculous. Please change the company who does the billing and use someone competent.
ER was a superb experience for my dislocated hip joint. Knowledgeable, efficient, friendly, staff, nurses, and doctor. In and out within 5 hours! Very competent!
Amazing care at the ER in and out . Felt so taken care!
While on vacation in beautiful Maui, my husband had a medical issue and was taken to the Maui Memorial ER for evaluation. Dr William Eilert and nurse, Alison Zalesiak we’re totally awesome. They quickly made us feel comfortable and test were run in a timely manner. Luckily, he was released without further medical assistance. The entire staff was kind and considerate of our emotional and physical needs. They also assisted with transportation arrangements to take us back to our resort in the middle of the night. Did I mention, this was all during hurricane Hector? I appreciate the entire staff that we encountered. Aloha from Texas!
I went to mmh for a long time on and off for different reasons.. When I had a chest infection, they took good care of me, twice, when normal doctors shrugged me off (Maui medical group for example) Trust me, I've had some weird symptoms with my chest due to vog and acid reflux and they nurses and doctors all doctors believed me and explain what was going in and gave me antibiotics. They also treated a kidney stone I had really well with fluids, pain killers and a water pill. Other hospitals don't even treat people with fluids (on mainland for example) They do a thorough checkup on you, and believe you when you're having symptoms. That's just been my experience with the ER.