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The ER is super fast if there isn’t anything super serious with you like a cold.
IF you are in a dire situation DO NOT go to this hospital.
They almost removed my gallbladder and there wasn’t anything wrong with it. The nurses in Triage have terrible bedside manners. They have a habit of giving you serious pain medication and then asking questions when you have no wherewithal.
The Dr. on staff let me code 3 times before moving me to CCU and only after a DR I knew recommended it to him.
If you are interested in assisted suicide go here. If you’re running a fever, have a compound fracture or anything serious go to Hopkins. Terrible experience.
Let me start off by saying that if I could leave 0 stars I would. I have been an RN for 10 years and worked throughout many hospitals in the country. Unfortunately, the entire good Samaritan hospital experience for my father has been terrible!. Firstly , he was discharged too soon and developed multiple complications in which he was readmitted and treated for which included fluid in his lungs that needed to be removed and hemodialysis. He became very weak and debilitated as a result of all these complications and being in the hospital for an extended period of time. He required oxygen, a walker, and a need for PT/OT. During this process, the plan of care was extremely inconsistent, we didn't receive accurate information from nurses, doctors, and the social worker. Now we are left with him being discharged again and being told he is "stable ". Tell me how is he stable when he requires oxygen , a walker, and feeling fatigued and syncope with PT (all of this is new for him)? Nonetheless, he now has to go to dialysis 3 times a week and doesn't have a caregiver at home to help him with ADLs and medical transportation? We have voiced these concerns numerous times and now he is being discharged again prematurely without ensuring he has the proper resources and help he needs. What a shame this hospital makes healthcare look bad. We will be taking matters into our own hands and calling the doctors and insurance ourselves to advocate for our dad since the people that work here don't seem to care and are incompetent. Pathetic.
Thank you to Dr. Zikusoka, Dr. Randhawa, and all the nurses; Erin, Mikaela, Calvin, Roxy - I forgot some of the names just because we had many different nurses but they were ALL so nice and helpful. Thank you so much for the clear explanations, and general welcome feeling you gave us during our stay. We will forever appreciate it.
DO NOT GO HERE. If I could give them 0 stars I would. I went at 3 AM and called before to see how long the wait was, and they said there was no wait. The nurse wanted to give me unnecessary tests before I even saw the doctor. I told them no and they asked if I still wanted to see the doctor, and the doctor never came in.
I would like to thank the team that took care of me! My nurse Dana and Sonny were absolutely amazing. DR. Janice explained my care in full detail. She listen to all my concerns and gave me top NOTCH care. I can not thank her enough! I was in so much pain but Dauris ( ED transporter) was so funny and friendly. He put my mind at ease, thanks Daruis!.Thank you all for the amazing care I received at Good Samaritan! You all Rock! ❤