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AVOID- AVOID AT ANY COST!!! Doctor Daniel Ovankovich is a good doctor but that's the ONLY positive thing about this clinic. They have a very INCOMPETENT/RUDE/ANGRY STAFF. They got my name wrong on EVERY paperwork. They make you wait for hours (i was the only patient in the clinic that day) When I tried calling them for a follow up on my x rays, I got angrily told by the receptionist not to call often(?). And that the follow up appointment is only possible after a MONTH. A MONTH?!!! so a patient is expected to suffer a month?!!! WHAT?!!!! Trust all the negative reviews here, this hospital is on wafer thin ice... I would sue, if I could. Never have I EVER had such an awful experience.
After speaking with Diana Ulici I am not at all surprised at the resulting bad reviews as she handles a large amount of the decisions for the Director of Medical Staff Office. She is unprofessional, has an explosive temper, is very rude, and totally unqualified to work with the public let alone influence other Medical Staff. Learn from others, do your research first, and never EVER come or bring your loved ones here!
This hospital is not one I would stay at if I didn't need to. I visited this hospital for stomach pain through the emergency room. This hospital is more equipped for psych patients or geriatric patients. It is not one to go to if you do not fit in those categories. The care I received was subpar (even though the nurses were amazing). I literally left when they suggested surgery because I did not feel comfortable getting surgery there. My call light did not work. If I was a patient who was choking and the door was closed, I would have died. The TV in my room did not work, the WiFi was also down for my three day stay. I give two stars because the staff was so sweet, albeit a few nurses who complained a lot about having to do their jobs. There were two nurses who made my stay very comfortable and whoever took my blood every morning was also very sweet.
TLDR; Don't come here unless you need psych or geriatric care and don't mind a rundown place.
It took 3 different nurses and multiple puncture adjustments to figure out why they couldn't get the needles into me. One nurse kept moving the needles around while it was still stuck in the back of my hand. I even told her it was painful and it felt like she is hitting my bones, but she still insisted on going. Take it from here and decide for yourself if you want to try this place, not all nurses graduated at the top...the bottom of the class had to go somewhere...
This place is a joke. The people working in registration/Dr. office are rude and just talk incessantly, laugh at patients, and be on their cell phones or ordering food. It's not your average hospital or clinic setting where professionals actually work.