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I was seen in the emergency room August 23rd 2019. I have lived Oxford for 6 years I've been to that emergency room before but this day was the first time that I was ever treated the way that I was treated The nursing staff were wonderful but the doctor Bianchi, James, MD treated me despicably. I was 23 days post-op from a spinal fusion back surgery My post up was going pretty good And then all of a sudden out of know where I got a hit with this tremendous amount of pain I was bawled up in my bed crying in pain I was scared I didn't know what was happening I couldn't get a hold of my regular doctor at the time so I went to the ER I walk in crying and pain The nurses get me right back the doctor comes in has me take my back brace off barely lifts up my shirt glances at my incision didn't touch my back at all and says well I think you should stick to your regular pain regimen at home And I said Oh okay (by the way I and had just got there and didn't ask for any pain meds at all ) He started to walk out of the room and I said aren't you going to look at my back He said I just did I said Oh that's it and he said yes.!!! I couldn't believe it He didn't ask me any questions He didn't do an x-ray He didn't talk to me about the pain My surgery nothing He just sent me on my way. I was absolutely stunned of the treatment that I got He didn't bother to talk to me He didn't care. This was my fifth back surgery third one while living in Oxford and I have never been to the ER for back trouble ever and for him to dismiss me like that was despicable I was crying when I got there and crying when I left. I came back home I got a hold of my doctor My doctor sent me to the hospital for an x-ray. Come to find out I had been put on a bone stimulator to help in the recovery well I was having an adverse reaction to the bone stimulator. . I just thought I should put this out there .The Doctor assuming that I was drug seeking was wrong I know that they have to deal with that in ER situations but I'm 47 years old I was 23 days post-op from back surgery number five Don't just assume anything look at my record see if I've been to there ER before with back pain I had not. and as I sated I've been a resident of Oxford for six years! I've been in the hospital McCulloh Hyde Hospital was treated excellent I've been seen at that ER before for walking pneumonia My treatment was wonderful but the doctor I had this particular day I've never been treated like that in my life I was totally dismissed and I just don't think it was fair to be treated that way I was in that ER all of 5 minutes And that doctor was in that room with me less than that I Hope someone sees this and I wish someone would just tell the doctor take more time with your patients Don't just assume the worst and then take a minute ask some questions reassure them I was terrified that day that something had went wrong with my surgery and he just didn't care. Thank you.
Many generations of our family have been well cared for at McCullough Hyde, so it has a special place in my heart. We've gone from simple stitches to serious surgical procedures. Our care and our outcomes were always the best. Thank-you so much to Dr Harlan, Dr Gray, AND to all the members of the surgery team who I did not meet. Since it is Nurses Week, I'd especially like to recognize McCullough Hyde's superior nurses! They treated me so well in the hospital, it helped my recovery at home. When I recalled their amazing kindness and wonderful care, I *felt* encouraged and I felt better. (Such a level of nursing is unique to the McCullough Hyde experience.) Thank-you Debbie D. Thank-you Kayla. Thank-you Hannah. Thank-you Monica. Thank-you Bridgette. Thank-you Peyton. Thank-you Carrie. I will remember you all as the very best. Happy Nurses Day at dearly loved M.H.M.H.♥
Great small town hospital with fantastic nurses. Never seems busy like other area hospitals and the best place to have your babies. It isnt uncommon that you're the only one delivering on the unit at that time, so you are well taken care of.
Small town hospital with personalized care and affordable payment plans for those who don't carry health insurance. I had all four of my children here and have had many surgeries here. Nurses are very caring and doctors take their time to explain treatment plans to their patients. I highly recommend to anyone.
Doctors are a joke here. Horrible communication. Gave me tests I didn't need, misdiagnosed me and I ended up back in ER two days later. Been here five days and I'm in horrible pain and one of the Drs want to send me home with no answers or solutions! This is ridiculous and frankly it's cruel. If they make me leave without fixing me or helping me I'm going straight to the top on the list with all my complaints. I also woke up to pounding on the walls before the sun was up. Can't they work on reconstruction where sick people are during the day not at night pounding right underneath them. Horrible excuse of a hospital. A couple of the nurses and aides were great but that's as far as the positive input goes .