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Doctors and staff's are great they make you feel like you are in a motel instead of the hospital
Great nurses, doctors and training doctors. Very professional and helpful
After visiting this hospital many times over the course of the last year, I will say the doctors and nurses here are very competent and good at what they do. The level of care exceeds expectations, and if I had the choice between this facility and other area hospitals, I'd choose MUSC every time.
MUSC gives certain students, depending upon their ties to the school, the actual tests for the upcoming exams. Many of the professors use different grading schemes. I mentioned my concerns about their behavior to the school officials that it was not fair. If a non privileged student reports cheating or unfair treatment, the faculty will give him Fs in all of his subjecting grading classes, having a vote to dismiss him for exhibiting characteristics which seem inappropriate. To make matters worse, the school will hold the vote in private, neither informing him of any upcoming vote, nor explaining to him which characteristics he has that seems inappropriate.
They did this to me, but I still finished the semester with a B average, even after not receiving the generous grading curves used for other students, nor the actual tests for the upcoming exams as many other students had. They deny students of their constitutional rights of due process of law. The school brags that their standard way to dismiss students for non academic reasons is to hold a meeting and vote them out without any due process of law. The federal local judges in South Carolina are corrupt, being in bed with the school, praising them for not adhering to our nation's laws! The judges who will not enforce our nation's law will be rewarded by the state of South Carolina.
In fact, the state allowed a corrupt federal judge to establish a law school, pocketing millions of dollars. The school and the federal court have a "pay for play scheme: If you refuse to not honor our nation's laws and allow MUSC to trample over our student's constitutional rights, we will reward you financially". The school takes very good care of some selected students: pretty white women and those from wealth, by using different grading schemes and allowing them to cheat.
Amazingly, the school will not fail them, no matter how many Fs they make. Instead their generous grading scheme will allow them to finish their courses with a better grade than someone who studies and prepares himself well for his course work. Another scheme the school employs is by rewarding those "special students who make low Fs on their tests a retake. Their retake is a joke. The school cannot fail these special students, those from wealth and pretty white women. Most likely, they will be given the actual tests with the answers marked, making it not fair for those students who studied and applied themselves hard.
Thus, the school is so criminally corrupt that if a non privileged student says anything about their corruptness, they will ignore our nation's laws and vote him out for having some unknown characteristic which seems inappropriate. Please note, as I found out as a student, some of us because we are not their privileged white wealthy students will not be afforded the extra benefits the school offers to those privileged students.
The privileged students know the school officials will protect them, so they abuse the system, knowing that once they have been admitted to the school they will be given special treatment, which is not offered to non privileged students. The non privileged student has to study around the clock, making good grades, hoping a professor would not intentionally give him a F in a subjecting grading class, because he is not one of the "good Ole boys".
In short, it could be argued that the school accepts bribes from their alumni. Is what I noticed as a student, the school gives special treatment to the children from alumni of the medical school. Many of them will give money to the school when their child is a student, allowing him to make Fs in his course work with no repercussions. Thus I argue the school itself has a pay for play scheme to protect some of the privileged white students, not made available to all students.
Brought my wife in today for stroke like symptoms. They got her from the waiting room front desk into the CT scanner in a matter of a few minutes. Our whole visit was approximately 3 and a half hours. That also included lab work, MRI, EKG, etc... By the way, it all came back negative. Awesome staff from the ER nurse, Ryan to the MRI tech Craig. Everyone was awesome! Highly recommend coming here!