Breanna De Avila
Honestly, this is the worst hospital I've ever been to. I took my grandmother a few days ago to the emergency and there she found out she had pneumonia. She had to stay in the hospital for treatment and everything was fine until the next day. The nurses were supposed to do a treatment on her but they never did. After a few more hours, my aunt went to go ask a nurse why they weren't doing the treatment yet. Instead of a response or telling us kindly that she'll help us in a moment, she just said "I'm busy right now" and walked away. My grandmother is already stressed enough, yet this hospital seems to put her on edge even more. This place is very unprofessional and has such rude staff. You're better off somewhere else.
This place is EXTREMELY unprofessional and a real danger to any loved ones you bring here. My grandpa was left a whole night without his breathing machine, gasping for air all night. Also, apparently his general physician had communicated that he was not ready for rehab and should instead be transferred. Parkview staff instead decided to not acknowledge that professional opinion and sent him to rehab anyways. He is no longer with us, unfortunately. I hope Parkview takes action against it's staff that can't seem to be bothered to get off their phones and stop texting and actually work to help the patients that could potentially lose their lives.
Dr. Lara and his staff are fantastic. I'd also like to let nurse Deborah on the third floor that i think she's wonderful. Also, Dr. Lara's assitant Teresa has been like a friend to me and I appreciate her more than she knows. Parkview as a whole has really saved my life and I would recomend them to anyone.
I visited the ER because my husband had suffered two seizures in a day. We drove there once he regained conciousness.
They took him in quickly and were very attentive and informative of everything they were doing with him.
We had previously been to Riverside Community, where we felt like we were being rushed out.
While at RCH they didn't give him any anticonvulsants they just rushed him out an hour after his last seizure.
Parkview kept him under observance for a couple hours and discharged us with all the needed information and prescription.
During the observance time , which was around 2am-6am, we were attended by a very nice nurse. She was humorous and kind, she gave my husband, my cousin who was there with me, and myself some warm blankets to try to get some sleep while we waited.
My husband was very satisfied with the care he received.
I brought my son in and waited for nearly 4 hours without seeing a Doctor. I had several people arrive before me and for more than 3 hours they didn't call any patients to see the doctor. If it's that backed up they should notify patients when they arrive so that they can go to another hospital and not waste their time.