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My bp was 249/135 according to an incorrect bp monitor. At the ER it was 175/95. Still sky high. But after that initial bp check, nothing. Silence. 2 1/2 hours in an empty waiting room on a Wednesday afternoon. Not even an update. Just a lot of sitting and sirens/strobe lights from a never ending fire alarm check. I must not be a priority, which is fine. All I ask is a heads up. Or if they're just incompetent than I prefer to die at home. Outta here. Enjoy my $56 copay!
Came into the ER at one am and am still here at five am. Very slow and don't do anything until you say something. Only five patients here and the Dr on call sits for five hours just reading. Just ridiculous. I do realize they have to wait for blood work but it took the nurse two hours before coming in and put IV in and to get the blood work. What is wrong with this hospital? Good thing they don't a really bad emergency
I gave birth on the second floor, labor and delivery and the midwife and nurses were so nice, when I have another baby I'm coming back here I am so glad I had my baby at Noyes 💖🙊
Outstanding staff and great medical services. We aren't from around here but they treated us like family and in our time of emergency we were able to relax as the staff took great care of us. Every other hospital, in the world, should make sure they're following the same service standards and treat their patients with the same consideration, kindness and care that this Hospital does theirs. This world's in desperate need of more hospitals such as this one! Such a blessing!
Positively awful! Waited over an hour for blood to be drawn, took 2 and a half hours for other tests to be started, being here as a diabetic and never once offered even a glass of water. Total wasted time in the hospital was 5 hours