Mercy Medical Center Mt Shasta
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Time after time after time the LAB and Medical Records departments have proven that they can't get it together to send my lab reports to the Doctor who ordered them. No number of written complaints has resulted in the return phone call I've requested. Not ever. I drive almost two hours for appointments with a specialist in Medford, time after time I have to wait while that Medical corporation tries to drag my lab results out of the Medical "non-profit" down the street from my house. Two stars is generous.
Real talk some of the medical staff here are a bit rude. If you dont like the job maybe a career change need to happen. The housekeepers are awesome but the female nurses needs to learn from them. I'm only leaving a 3 out of 5 because there are some workers here that aren't b-words.
great work and very sincere people
Every staff member who helped me was extremely knowledgeable, professional, compassionate and friendly. I am extremely grateful for these excellent caregivers and the great care they gave me. Thank you.
One of our daughters had an emergency appendectomy post rupture with the General Surgeon at Mercy. Dr. H. was exceptional with his skills and it showed... The surgical nurse came out of the OR beaming after a 2 hr. surgery. I don't need all the details in that room as I'm sure it was quite the show, but it was nothing short of miraculous that our daughter is still with us today. No complications... No excessive scarring, and more importantly no more infection. The nursing staff was great overall... I would have given 5 stars if our ER experience was better.
Our daughter, in septic shock, was sitting in the ER for 20hrs previous surgery. During thar time her ruptured appendix worstened and at one point in time she was almost released by the night on call Dr. as shift changed in the morning. A new nurse came on shift and put her foot down and demanded more testing at that point with a new Dr. She made the right call and saved our daughter's life. Thank you...