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We waited in the ER for 7 hours before keeping my Dad. Two days later he is still on the first floor due to not enough beds and rooms. Hopefully he gets a decent room after surgery. However a year ago my grandma was there due to a stroke and they took wonderful care of her. And they are at least giving my Dad the surgery he needs when no other hospital has helped him. Also security guards are very nice and polite.
I had a major gallbladder surgery and it went as well as it possibly could. These doctors are the brightest minds in the country. I was very happy with them respecting my personal requests. The Post OP Nurse Robert R. was AMAZING, he is the nurse you want to wake up to in the recovery room. Thank you again!
After Doctors West and their World War I Stormtroopers security threats and Starbucks like treatment at Doctors West on West Broad Street. We then came to OSU hospital for medical treatment and we were treated with superb medical treatment with compassion, dignity, and fairness. Great hospital !!!!
Horrible I'm so upset I came here to deliver my child. Worst experience ever!! This hospital is worse than Grant. I will stick with Riverside from now on. From the staff, the dirtiness to the food I hate this hospital. I want to just leave now smh this is so sad.
I went in around 11pm for uncontrollable vomiting and abdominal pain (along with some other symptoms)
I waited about 45 minutes before seeing a doctor
I waited about 3 hours for my tests to come back because nobody ever came to collect my urine sample. To be fair to the doctor, I very distinctly heard him tell a nurse to come collect my sample - she just never showed. It was 3am when someone came in and apologized for the wait.
It took the nurse 4 times to put an IV in, and then she never bothered hooking up a saline solution although I was dehydrated and the doctor said to hook one up
I never received pain medication, just nausea pills
I never received a diagnosis. My doctor never discussed the aftercare. It was just a simple “stomach bug”.
I went to Mount Carmel shortly after because the symptoms got worse. They immediately took me for testing and imaging, where they found my gallbladder was the cause of the issue and I needed to have surgery as soon as possible.
OSU let me leave their ER with no diagnosis while my gallbladder was failing. I can’t even begin to describe how disgusted and angry I am, that they would be so careless with a patient like that. This is the second time I have left OSU with an incorrect diagnosis. Both times have been serious medical issues that OSU seemingly overlooked, probably because they wanted my bed free.