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I had a great experience at Norwood Hospital. The staff team is very professional and very courteous and friendly.The night team go above and beyond there job to make sure you are taking care of. That's why I think it's important to speak up and say something about Norwood Hospital. Excellent job!.
Form start to finish, every health care helper was friendly and professional, especially given it was a holiday. The wait time was much quicker than anticipated. Luckily, my visit was precautionary and they were quick to confirm that I made a logical decision and my prognosis has been fairly spot on.
Very professional. Doctors and nurses were all wonderful. Very clear to me before and after my procedures. Thank you so much.
Easily one of the most bizarre nights in recent memory. I was leaving a Grateful Dead concert and decided to rest in a parking lot near Gillette stadium before driving back to Ct. I had nodded off in my car and was awakened by the headlights of a police car. I was not drunk but taken to ED by ambulance. The attendant said it was either the hospital or the police station. The officers asked if I would take a sobriety test. I said sure but they never did it.
Upon my arrival I was put on a stretcher next to the nursing desk. I was awake, speaking articulately and after about an hour of not being seen by any medical staff I was approached by administrative staff to sign a release to bill my insurance. I asked them “ For what” I had not been seen by anyone and did not sign. She spoke to a nurse and nothing more was said. I rested for about three hours and asked to be discharged. A nurse took my Bp and a Dr spoke to me briefly and I was discharged. I got a taxi to my car and drove home. Staff was pleasant
Treatment upstairs was very good, very attentive, and informative. However, the emergency room was not. I came alone by ambulance. Immediately, blood was taken which was good. Once in the treatment room tests were scheduled and given. However, there were long periods of time that nobody checked to see how I was or answered my questions even though I pushed the nurse button and a volunteer came to listen to pass my question on. Plus, I came straight from my primary care and was given documentation on my prior treatment, daily meds and copy of my chest xrays. Both the doctor and a nurse asked me questions. I said to see the documentation that came in with me. Both at separate times were surprised I came with documentation. When you're sick the minimum you can expect is for them to read the records you brought. I felt the nurses worked very hard but we're obviously short staffed. I wouldn't send anyone to your emergency room unaccompanied.