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A very heartfelt THANK YOU to the amazing nurses in the ICU at Milford Hospital! Not only did everyone take excellent care of my dad these last two weeks, my family was shown such great compassion and understanding during this difficult time. Thank you for doing your very best to prepare us for home hospice. We greatly appreciate everything!!
The worst experience I ever had to endure. Dr.Lisa McCarroll was nothing but condescending. Told me that the er does nothing for people in pain.I am conducting Medicare about this doctors care
I went it on a Thursday evening at about 10:45 pm for a pretty bad nose bleed. I had been having it on and off for a few days. This was bad this night. Only waited about 10 minutes and answered a few questions from a wonderful nurse with initials of P.P.(read it on my report and was seen by the physician on duty. Told him my situation and I've had these bleeds before at this time of year. He emmediately knew what to do. He used a spray in my nostrils and said he wanted to monitor me for about an hour. It worked and there was no more blood going down my throat or bleeding from my left nostril anymore.He check that with a scope. What a relief. Dr. John Scarfo, THANK YOU SIR for your professionalism and kindness in fixing my problem. It's fine now two days later and getting plenty of sleep and trail climbing again. Also would like to thank Annette for handling benefit info and submission and to the security people at the ER desk for their curteous and directive support. I like Milford Hospital and will continue to use their facility.
I always had good results with this hospital, staff has been attentive and spot on for the most part, not much wait time, free parking, clean,,safe.
Came to the E.R having constant heart palipatations, dizziness, and sweating. I take a medication that has a black box warning for Hyponatremia and I was concerned because these are some of the symptoms. So I get in the room, was given a EKG and about 10 minutes later a PA came in the room with discharge papers telling me my EKG came back good and I can leave. Didn’t do any blood work or anything until I refused to leave unless they atleast checked my electrolyte levels. And to top it off I was informed that maybe my regular MD would have been a better place to go, it’s the Saturday before Christmas, I’m not gonna wait until Wednesday when they re open to have my non stop palipatations checked.