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Having switched from Aurora to Prohealth Oconomowoc, I believe I know a little about the operation and staff of each. At the beginning of Aurora I was one of the people to ride on the bus to urge the building of Aurora. I felt they needed two hospitals in western Waukesha county. My wife and immediately joined Aurora. After seven years I feel that was a mistake. My wife, of 52 years, became ill. She passed 5 months ago. The care she received was horrible. One Doctor told her "you know you only have up to two years to live. From then on it was difficult to get decent care. Just the beginning of our headache. My experience at ProHealth has been just the opposite .
This hospital has really great bed side manner, but in the end I feel like they did not treat my mom and really give her an answer.
You get booted no matter what pain lvl is. I had a back surgery, given fentynol (stupid choice of Dr.) Reacted to it more than they thought I would,. Pain lvl was 9. If they can pull you upright & put your clothes on, you're booted.
Go to Waukesha for your care. It's much better.
Nursing staff was kind. The anesthesiologists and admin here are bad. I didn't ask what I was going to be given. Make sure you do. NEVER let them give Fentynol.
Dr Gill ICU intensivist at Oconomowoc Memorial hosp was the complete opposite of what Prohealth's mission and values entail. He came into my dad's room, didn't even introduce himself and what his specialty was, no compassion, no respect, absolutely no bedside manner. I believe Prohealth care should really re-evaluate this physician and his role in providing care to critical care patients and their families. This community deserves better!
I have been a patient of Prohealth Care for about 10 years now, and have never once been disappointed. The ER staff are amazing and have taken complaints seriously each and every time. I had my first child in Oconomowoc in May, and had incredible nurses on the labor and delivery floor. When I came back to that floor 2 weeks later after an infection I acquired during the labor, those same nurses provided support, not just physically, but emotionally as well. Jenny and Jamie, you both have no idea how incredible you both are and I feel so honored to have been your patient. You have definitely touched my life and my son will know about you guys and what you did for both of us. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!