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Worst ER experience I have ever had. Doctor was rude and I felt belittled. They tried to tell me it was a panic attack. Tried to give me a medication that was a "muscle relaxant" that was actually an SSRI for anxiety. I never walked out and refused treatment before, but I did last night.
Went to promedica's ER and found out my brain was swelling. And my "anxiety shakes" were seizures. I was foaming in the damn mouth! I'm being checked in here overnight and given the damn care I need.
The doctors I've dealt with are nice and friendly, but if you are anything but a simple case of the flu or something along those lines, you probably should go elsewhere. I was going here three years ago for upper right quadrant pain, GERD, and chronic diarrhea and I have RA. They thought something was wrong with my gallbladder so they ordered a ultrasound and HIDA scan. When it turned out my gallbladder was functioning normal the doctor actually just wrote it off as a strained muscle. Since when does a strained muscle cause digestive issues? Now I'm going out of town for my healthcare, and my upper right quadrant pain is back (suffered from various digestive issues for nearly 3 years). Now I'm finding out there is something in my liver and common bile duct, and my doctors are going to conduct tests to see if I have a hepatocellular disease (yeah, possibly cancer or autoimmune disease), which should have been found 3 years ago. Additionally, they diagnosed IBD there without even ordering a colonoscopy. Promedica isn't much better either, but if you need something taken care of that's simple then this is a fine place to go, but I will not recommend it if it's going to take them some time and work to diagnose you, it will be a waste of your time and money.
Very rude inconsiderate can't look at a medical card right and spelled a last name wrong has an attitude towards the patient the whole time you're there give you meds that you tell them you're allergic to or don't work I won't be coming back
Had to see a specialist for kidney stones. First visit it became very clear I was only there to be a statistic for the doctor or what was in my wallet.
The wait times were about 45min to an hour and only got about 5 min with the doctor at most. Almost every visit or test had a young staff in training. That's ok, but when I cannot get results despite costs it