This is the worst health care place in the state.I have been doing my health care all over the state and have not found a worse place then this. I would not recommend this place for anybody that wants to get anything done.
If you get cancer, you can fare far worse than getting treated here. My experience was entirely positive; your mileage may vary.
The hematologist/oncologist at the Andreas Cancer Center here knew exactly what I had, despite its being very rare, several months before I'd let him run a simple test which confirmed his initial suspicions. He patiently worked with me at my own pace eliminating all other possibilities before finally diagnosing me for treatment. Despite my deep-seated distrust of doctors, I never felt pressured, even though early treatment (in my case) is crucial to outcome. In the end, a single week's worth of admittedly unpleasant chemotherapy extended my life expectancy by ten to twenty years.
The phlebotomists are among the greatest conversationalists you'll ever meet. And the nursing staff hits the right balance between caring and professionalism. Simple Medical Assistance (MA) paid for my treatment in full, so there was no problem with the insurance.
I fell on my bike and busted open my chin. The nurses did a great job sewing me up and sending me on my way.
Fast forward a couple of weeks and I get a bill from money-grubbing Mayo for almost $2000 bucks. FOUR measly stitches for $2000 bucks! Nonprofit my arse. Start paying taxes and STOP looting the savings accounts of average, hardworking Minnesotans. Shameful.
This is the place where other hospitals will bring you to ..so do yourself a favor and just come here they are the best.!!!
Went there for my very first baby..incredibly rude nurses, my doctor was not helpful, and made me very uneasy.. I'm definitely switching doctors and hospital.