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My son was seen on 10/24/18. I was disgusted at the treatment he received. HIPPA was not practiced, in fact another patient & her son felt the need to chime in on what the nurse & other staff had to say. This hospital is not trans or mental health friendly. As a health care provider myself I find my son's treatment disturbing. No one deserves to be treated in this manner. Giving this hospital a rating of 1 star isn't deserving. Risk management will be contacted about the manner. The ER staff need remedial classes in common sense.
I had an operation done at this hospital. It was called Good Samaritan Hospital at that time. Same place but now under different owners. I hope they cleaned house when they took over.
I can have everything done at one place...I love my doctor- she is the best.
I love Dr Chan Aung peds office, he is a hard working doctor that continues to educate himself about health care and medical changes, he practice what he preaches and he also talks to my boys about other areas of their lives. The other doctor there saw my son, she too is great! My oldest son aged out but I have a few more years with my other two...I will miss them. The staff are great, they encouraged me to go into healthcare, & that decision changed my life for the best!!!
I came in last night /this morning, I was short of breath,dizzy and covered in hives,I was put in room 23 after registration,which was very fast compared to other hospitals in Baltimore,The nurse was very professional her name starts with M,can't remember.The problem I had was that I wasn't given the best care,no blood work was done to determine why I had the hives despite the fact that I told them it started after having surgery last month,I was just given benadryl and steroids.My blood pressure was150/89 and was discharged 3 hours later,without checking to see if it was still elevated or had gone down.I felt it was a waste of time.I asked the Nurse if they will test my blood after drawing 4 bottles from me,she said that the Doctor ,Dr Mums didn't request for blood work to be done.
I can understand if I didn't have any insurance but I do have insurance,This is really unacceptable,I personally will not recommended Good Samaritan Hospital to anyone.