North Shore University Hospital
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I came to this hospital twice once for my self and once for my boyfriend and both times I have had great experiences compared to other hospitals I have been to for other family members. The nurses treat you very well with kindness and patience. The doctors aren't rude or brief with speaking to you about your health issues. They are super descriptive and answer all questions or explain anything you don't understand. Definitely recommend this place. Also, they are extremely clean.Thank you to all the staff for being apart of saving my boyfriend's life by giving him surgery right away!
our kids were born in this hospital . They even improved more since then. In here for surgery this time, nurses are there for you. All the nurses will give the best care they can. You do see doctors once in while. It is a very busy hospital but well staffed. The one thing missing and could use some improvement is meal planning for vegetarians, they lacked choices and the food was pretty bad.
I have to say I drove an additional 20 min just to get to this hospital. They took care of my grandmother and I was so pleased. So when I came across a personal emergency this was the place I wanted to be. I was in the waiting room no more than 10 min before being placed in a room and seeing a doctor. Bless all the staff and doctors there.
The stroke unit team is outstanding and the manager, Danielle Garrett was so profesional and had great bedside manner to my family. Every team member was knowledgable and polite which made our time there less stressful. My family cannot thank you all enough! Keep up the great work!
From the emergency room to the Au Bon Pain, the staff is inattentive. Rather than nurse, I had to take my grandmother to bathroom, carry her urine specimen & make sure she as a diabetic ate. I had to bug them to attend to her pain & test the urine specimen.
The emergency room didn't now allow free parking as other ERs I've been to do, requiring me to pay $24 for 2 separate visits in a single day in which I returned for them to have done little to nothing. As I went home, they called me to tell me they were discharging her without ascertaining the source of her pain. I returned to find her in the hospital gown sleeping as no one dressed her to prepare her, begging the question of why they called me and turned me around from leaving there for the third time.
The Au Bon Pain workers couldn't even remember to put napkins & tops out for customers. No one helps the guests navigate the maze of a hospital they've constructed. I will never return her and I don't advise anyone go there. You're better off passing out in a dumpster. At least in a dumpster, somebody might give a damn about you.