My grandmother was taken here during an emergency. I was with her the whole time. The nurse and some support staff were helpful. However, this was the only way we got serviced. The wait for all services was hours long. Basic necessities were asked for (towels and water) and were forgotten by staff. The dialysis was unsanitary. Very poor communication between staff. Left to the University of Miami Hospital for better medical services.
I had a safe and great experience during the delivery of my son in October 2017. The nurses were attentive, helpful and sweet. The stay at hospital was good, i dont like to be away from my own home, so i was looking forward to go home. Overall the nurses and administrators go above and beyond. I truly appreciate everyone for being caring and keeping my son and i safe. I definitely recommed the hospital. The only thing i am disappointed about was that my sons last name was mispelled by the staff on his birth certificate and social security card, which has been a headache now.
The absolute worst hospital in the world! I fractured my femur and this was the emergency room the ambulance took me to. The inpatient doctor staff is horrible. I was in the hospital nine days saw my admitting Dr. once his PA twice the entire time I was there. I would consistently have to wait sometimes hours to get my pain medication. In nine days, they cleaned me up 2x times. They barely changed my sheets as well. The majority of the nursing staff was terrible. In fact, they almost killed me the night before I left. This is not a joke. My nurse put a 50 µg fentanyl patch on my arm. The nurse proceeded to put a large piece of masking tape over the patch. There was no reason for this, as it has its own adhesive. I was not comfortable with the situation so I went online and Checked some knowledgeable, reputable sites. I came to find out that this is one of the most dangerous things you can do with a fentanyl patch. This can cause the patch to overheat releasing what could be a fatal dose.fentanyl is one of the most dangerous opiates and is responsible for many deaths in and out of the hospital. Thank God I am inquisitive and immediately ripped it off of my arm. The nurses reply was "oh I didn't know".there is special medical tape that needs to be used in this situation. Besides that, the staff consistently lied to me throughout my stay. Please be very weary staying or going near this hospital. I will refuse any ambulance that wants to take me to the hospital again. I would usually make the ambulance take me to another hospital but figured this was a much more minor incident after I fell.
With my first birth I must say I received fairly exceptional service. But with my second and most recent birth I want to say I had such an AMAZING experience!!! I wish I could give 5 million stars. I really hope that the entire staff who cared for myself and my kids gets to see this. I am forever grateful to you guys for the amazing care. Not to say that the other nurses were anything short of amazing but Marie in labor and delivery you will forever be in my heart for your extra attention during my recovery from my c section. I'm so disheartened by the ratings on here. Please everyone I encourage you to take a tour and see for yourself how amazing of an experience this place really is!!!
Very patient with me, being that I wanted a home birth and had a very specific birth plan...everyone did their best to accommodate my desires to have a natural child birth, have my skin to skin, breastfeeding my baby and always had my baby by my side. I appreciated the staff not rushing my birth and letting nature take its course, even when my baby was over due. My placenta was saved and given to my midwife just as I had wanted, and all went well. Thank you for letting me keep it as real as possible in a hospital setting.