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Beautiful place to have a baby
Birthing unit was fabulous. I received the best care while i gave birth. Staff was sweet kind and caring. Thank you to the best birthing team. Your all so very loved in labor and delivery unit 💕
The hospital itself is very very good hospital great doctors and nurses...BUT THE DISCOUNT PROGRAM IS TERRIBLE THE SUPERVISOR THINKS THATS HER MONEY SHE GIVES YOU A HARD TIME SO YOU COULD GET FRUSTRATED AND STOP GOING STOP TRYING TO GET THE DISCOUNT ALWAYS GIVING YOU THE RUN AROUND REMAINDER IN CASE YOU GUYS FORGOT SPECIFICALLY THE SUPERVISOR THE DISCOUNT PROGRAM COMES FROM THE STATE NOT FROM YOUR PERSONAL BANK ACCOUNT.
To be honest I felt discriminated and offended by the way she would talk to me no one should get this Kind of treatment I'm not asking for them to give me anything free..I guess they forgot that this money comes from the state not from their pocket
I sat waiting with a broken arm for 2 and a half hours and when they finally got me in they refused to give me anything stronger than Ibuprofen. The staff were nice at least but they seemed terribly unorganized.
THIS HOSPITAL NEED A 360 OVERHAUL. THE HOSPITAL HEAD NURSE, JULIE RAMIREZ, NEED TO BE FIRED. WELL, ALL I CAN SAY IS READ ALL REVIEWS WRITTEN. THE GOOD BIBLE SAYS, "THE TREE BARES THE SAME FRUIT". JULIE IS THE TREE, AND THE NURSES ARE THE FRUITS. NURSES HERE TREAT PATIENTS WITHOUT DIGNITY.
My experience as a patient in this hospital is so horrible. The staff nurse Kimberly Allen is so unprofessional... she would look at me from foot to head and have this racist attitude. When I asked for socks because my feet were so cold, she wouldn't give me any. But I noticed that caucasian patients were treated much better. So, I called the nurse supervisor name Julie Ramirez. Oh my Lord, she is worse than the nurse. She hanged up on me when I voice out my concerns. So, I called again and she finally went to my room. But, I noticed she never looked at me when I was talking to her... but rather she was looking around the room, and she said to me, "Do you know who I am?" And, I said, "Yes, ma'am, you are the nurse supervisor." Then, she said, "You should know where to place yourself!" Then, she left and banged the door. Well, that's my experienced in this cold and evil hospital.