Recently had an all-night ER visit along with a LOT of other folks. Was interacted with in multiple stages over 3 hours before being put in a room with a bed. Staff were courteous and professional. It was the first night after a holiday, which one nurse apologetically explained was always one of the busiest days they experienced. For a traumatic visit, a good experience.
Sitting in ER room #16 with my wife and this room appears to be used as an isolation room at times. I have noticed there's dust coming out of the supply vent in this room and it looks like this has been an issue for several months with the build up on the wall and ceiling tiles. I'm concerned that this room has not been terminally cleaned properly and i pray my wife doesn't get infected while in this room. I highly recommend this room be terminally cleaned properly top to bottom.
Something needs to be done about the Emergency Room. Poor Management there! People go to the hospital because they are sick or in pain. They get there and have to sit for hours waiting to be seen. What seems to be the problem there?? Whoever is "In Charge" there needs to "Take Charge" and make changes. I would not recommend this hospital to my worse enemy.
I would like to commend Nash Hospital for the wonderful care they gave my husband during his stay in September-October 2017. The 4th floor nursing staff was the best I have ever worked with (I worked in healthcare a few years ago.) My husband was treated so well and the staff was pleasant and always responded to any concerns we may have had about his care. The hospitalists were phenomenal and Dr. Kamran Lateef was quite personable and made my husband's stay very comfortable. Dr. Laura Jacimore and her Nash Cancer Treatment Center Team are the best I have seen in a long time (Yes, even better than the teams I have worked with at Duke.). Dr. Jacimore truly cares about her patients and the way she treats them helps them tolerate their treatments much more easily. I have been a patient at Nash General and both of my grandchildren were born in that hospital. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants good healthcare. I also want to mention that Dr. Boyette, the Nash Hospice Medical Director, is the most compassionate hospice medical director I have ever known. I will never forget all the kind words he shared with me and I will never forget my visit with him. Nash Health Care Systems UNC is a wonderful facility and I am so proud that we have it available in our area.
Sat in their for 2 1/2 hours because my heart was hurting only got blood pressure checked, fever checked, n one ekg in the check room, after That got told to go back out and sit, I waited and waited got tired of hurting and left! Absolutely no respect for this hospital don’t care if patients are hurting or not!