Mercy Medical Center-Clinton
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Best hospital for our area. MercyOne is trying to streamline the process to cut cost and remove unnecessary duplication of services. All done with a view to improve patient care as outpatient and inpatient. They are working hard with nurses, doctors and staff to come up with best solution possible.
MercyOne team efforts to improve patient care to our area patients should be appreciated and applauded.
Do not bother coming here if you do not have health insurance. They will do nothing outside of giving you a few prescriptions and bill you a thousand dollars for what you could of got done for $60 at any other doctors office. I heard the same thing over and over again from family and friends so I thought I'd post a review of the treatment you will receive at our community emergency center.
Ended up having to take my 3 year old in tonight. We were back in the patients room within minutes. The guy nurse and doctor were amazing! Treated my son so well-they all did. And to top it off we were in and out within record time! Thank you so much Clinton Hospital!!
My father in law stayed in the CCU at Mercy and I can’t say enough about the incredible care the staff provided. The CCU nurses, respiratory therapist, and Hospitalist were fantastic. Their kind and compassionate treatment of our loved one helped us through a very difficult time. Thank you we are forever grateful
Dr. Alaidden Taher is absolutely the worst Doctor there, and he is going to get someone killed with the way he practices medicine. He prescribed a medication (Isosorbide) that made my Dad black out and wreck his van during the summer of 2018 along with double the lasix that he was taking along with mega doses of potassium. He also stated that the new drug Entresto was the best medication for his congestive heart failure. His heart function has gone from 30% range to 50% range since he started taking it. Within 2 weeks, my Dad had become so dehydrated from the lasix that he damn near died. Dr. Taher told my niece that he overmedicated my Dad (ya think), and also changed his meds without even consulting the family. Dr. Taher took my Dad off of the Entresto, and said that it was not a good medication for him. It is the only medication that has made his heart function gain over 20% within 3 months time. He also cut his lasix back down to where it should be, and as needed. When I confronted this Dr. Taher about the Entresto telling him that my Dad needed it, Dr. Taher told me to not ever bring my Dad back to that hospital. What kind of an idiot Dr. first overmedicates a patient, changes life saving meds, and then tells the family that the patient is no longer welcome in the Emergency Department after all of the problems the patient was having was caused by his own incompetance. Dr. Taher!!!