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My Dr was amazing. No lie, I went in there feeling like I was going to kick the bucket and I was diagnosed and treated almost instantly and was feeling 80% better after 30 min. Outstanding ER!!
Bryan Allen, pretty sure he's a nurse practitioner. If he could find the time to step down off his pedestal he may be "okay". But unfortunately I don't believe they make ladders quite that tall. When asked to speak with him, my family was told (by him) that he doesn't have time as he's already spent to much time with them (15 minutes). When you're wanting to speak with the person making decisions regarding the health of someone, and they blatantly tell you they do not have time for you, over something that could very potentially be a life or death situation, that kinda takes away any credibility he could have salvaged for his name. And last time I checked, being a medical professional, keeping a good word under your name is important. Bryan Allen, shame on you, and let's just hope you are never faced with a similar issue, and if you are, let's hope someone cares a little more than you did today. Or, at the very least, let's hope they're actually willing and able to do their job. Work on being a better medical professional, then maybe the nurses won't have to apologize to your patients for the way you treated them.
ER Dr. Was rude, as well as one of the nurses. No care given.......just assumed diagnosis. But they did Bill for several things not performed. Dont go here unless you want to Die. I never use this hospital, l know too many bad things about it. Brung someone else here that wanted to go. Listen to EVERY BAD THING YOU EVER HEARD, AND STAY AWAY FROM THIS HOSPITAL! A young lady that lived in Eufaula went here and was misdiagnosed. She died alone in her apartment hours later!
The stars you see are for 2 people only. Dr reed and the gentlemen who handled the x rays. Thank you for doing your job and doing it well and not treating us like we’re not important or with attitude because of our race
It is feb 4 of 2019 - and the sad truth about racism is still very vivid at this hospital. I’ve been in the x ray department for 3 and a half hours. They are NOW beginning to start taking the X-rays.
Upon entering the hospital within the first 10 minutes of waiting and filling paper work wAS one other patient complaining of the wait. After noticing the way the receptionist spoke to her I was convinced the receptionist must’ve received attitude previous to us getting there because she was nasty with that patient. (Patient was black)
Another patient came in (patient is white) was seen within 30 minutes and I watched him exit guessing he was done w his visit.
After being registered we were told to go to a room where we waited another hour and a half before speaking to the doctors assistant who agreed to do the x ray as a favor (I feel like personally if it’s your JOB DESCRIPTION it’s not a favor.
I asked about the wait time 3 times and each time I was spoke to as if I was a problem and they were doing me a favor. I am a medical assistant myself in new York so I understand completely how it feels to be overwhelmed on a Monday however the way black people were spoke to and white people were spoke to were of completely different respect and reguard.
Also when asked the receptionist for help twice she repeated the question back asking me why I made the decision instead of offering assistance I found it VERY disrespectful and sarcastic makes me never want to visit a hospital in this town If this is how BLACK patients are treated. It’s 2019 if you’re still racist or have a stigma against black people and feel you can treat us any way realize without our money or insurance your hospital has no funding or patient. Get it together
If I had a choice to put them out of business or give this ER a minus ten, I wouldn't hesitate one minute to do so. I am actually considering starting a blog so the community and guests know how bad this hospital ER and staff really are. They have no idea how to treat patients. When I say "Treat". Not only, do I mean medically, but professionally either. I came in with a true simple condition. I could not get in to see my primary physician until Monday. My visit was Friday night. I was in transition of moving from one state to the other. I brought my current records from my current doctor, the medicine I was taking and EVEN HAD A MEDICAL CARD with all of my info including my picture, birth date, address, leading physician and contact info. Let me say first of all that I have pulmonary embolism. I do take a narcotic for pain management. I had accidently packed my medicine in a box that was meant for me to carry but ended up in the moving van that had not arrived at our new home yet and I was going into severe withdrawals. I had gone 10 days without and I went in feeling like warmed over death. I presented my ID card, showing when I started my medicines, how many times a day I was prescribed to take it . This included all medicines I was prescribed for PE.( Pulmonary Embolism). I provided and showed the receptionist in highlighted areas exactly what I took. Did I get any blood thinners? No. Did I get something for my GI track? No. Did I get anything for the intense migraine I was suffering? No. Not only did the doctor treat me and talk to me disrespectfully, but so did the nurse. I had to leave the room to get sick where I was sick from both ends. Plus, let me say that my husband said he could hear everything that was coming out from a couple doors down, but so could everyone at the staff desk could hear it too which was emotionally damaging to me. I could not help how I was feeling. That's why I was there. The nurse came back and said "okay, I've got a shot for you!" In a snarky tone. I asked her, what is the shot for? She said. "It's a shot of toridol. " Um ... Toridol? I said. Yes. She said. "The doctor is not putting his licence on the line to help you.". I was so upset and and got up to leave. I let her know that it was quakes like this so called doctor that made people that had real problems go and have to buy drugs off the street because instead of just being honest with the doctor, people have to lie to be able to get the relief that they needed. First of all. When doctors have all the information to see that you are not a drug addict, and you truly came in to get legal compassionate help and choose to degrade you, treat you like you are less then a person especially when you have a life threatening disease.... Those doctors need to have their lisences pulled and they need to find another job where someone else can put up with his snarkiness and disrespectful comments. Him and his little blond nurse. If this is what healthcare for the sick has come to... No wonder why we have such a drug crisis in America. It was all brought on by doctors that didn't deserve to have any lisences of any kind. This hospital should and I will fight with all of my being to have it shut down completely. There is no reason to have a hospital that is not prepared for the patients they have or are soon to come. Shame on this ER. If you have an unfortunate accident, the extra miles to another ER will definitely benefit you more then this bandaid station. That's if they even have those on hand. I plan as of right now to find an attorney, or a group that sheds light on these quack farms. That's exactly what this is. And no one could ever tell me any differently. So if the staff and the board even read these reviews, you had better do something fast before we find a way to shut this POS place down. I will give you another clue... Look how many people put one star as their review. I bet they wished that they had a choice of none or negative stars to rate. I wish i would have checked the reviews before coming in. I would have never come.