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Had hip replacement surgery in Sep 2018. I was assured that I would not experience severe pain following he surgery, (had experience with this having had 3 knee replacement surgeries) and if so they would provide medication to control the pain. I had normal pain following the surgery and the nursing staff provided the bare minimum in pain medical, refused to call the surgeon and Dr. Abjucal did not care, nor report my pain to my surgeon.
I was provided an iv bag of Ibuprofen plus 2 aspirin pills.
This place was awesome, every body was suburb friendly ,and very professional Doctor and and staff .
Thanks to all of them !
Had first Cataract surgery there a few days ago. The staff was superb. Very supportive and assuring.
Only thing I didn’t understand is why I was asked to arrive 2 hours prior to surgery.
Would recommend without hesitation
Stop! Do NOT go to this hospital to have a surgery or receive treatment. I will not provide the financial specifics of my situation, but I strongly encourage you to seek out another option! If I could give zero stars, I would.
Why aren't your physicians who proudly own your hospital required to know common medications, such as PrEP? Instead, they presume I am HIV+ until I explain in detail what the only FDA approved form of PrEP, truvada, is ... It's astonishing, really. I presume it is the stance of most doctors that patients shouldn't have to educate their providers on what a medication does when it is publicly available. Educate them, or you're going to continue to be harming the LGBTQ+ community.
EDIT: You as an organization REALLY removed the ability to comment on Facebook, but won't respond to me. Interesting. Deceptive.