Had a car crash. Immobilized, I asked one of the Ambulance staff to take my picture so that I could have evidence of my injuries for legalities. He replied back with "that's not my job" and when taking a sharp turn in the ambulance, let my belongings fall on the floor (including my new phone)
When being transported to my room in the hospital, the staff was very careless with my IV. They let the IV tube hang off the gurney and it was pulling on my IV that was inside of my arm (very painful). When they began transporting me from the gurney to the bed, they threw the IV bag between my legs instead of having someone hold it. That IV bag then fell off me in the middle of them moving me and went between the gurney and the hospital bed, pushing all the fluid from the IV into my vein and causing my vein to feel like it was going to explode (again, very painful.) I was having neck and back pain, so I was in a neck and body brace. So what do they do to get the IV bag out? They lift me up by my feet and put all the pressure at my neck (which was incredibly painful) so I am at an acute angle above the bed with a hospital staff struggling to get an IV bag out from under me.
The nurses were pretty rude, I had one nice one and that was it. My Doctor was pretty nice. Other than that, horrible place to go. It seems like the standards of this place are gone and the management needs to enforce a better standard of healthcare.