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ER ONLY REVIEW: 0 stars. (Visit for an "emergent need")
I would like to praise the less than 5 stellar employees who are doing their best, with what they have, to do what they obviously love. They deserve promotions with generous raises. The true meaning of PRMC's mission, as an organization, was represented in these few people who weren't just doing their "job".
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Went to the E.R. last night. I was bleeding pretty bad thought I was having a miscarriage since I was gushing blood. The staff had me back to a room only to be told to walk to a hallway and sit in the general population while my pants are covered in blood and I'm still bleeding bad. Then the bedside manner of the staff in the E.R. was horrible. They made me stand up to walk and blood started rushing out of me. That was when the nurse who got all my info finally decided to offer me a wheelchair and a room. I already decided not to deliver in this horrible hospital. Now my fears have been confirmed. This hospital doesn't care for their pregnant patients. The doctor told me that they don't send pregnant women to their maternity ward until it is a "viable" baby. Never again!
This is definitely the worst ER when it comes to waiting to be seen. For medical and psychiatric. State Health Dept needs to inspect. Bathrooms are always filthy.
My grandma recently fell and broke her hip. At any age this is a frightening experience for all involved. My grandma is 91. I am super impressed with Dr. Miller and his surgical team! Dr. Miller was friendly, personable, informative, and an excellent surgeon!! So many of his team were cheerful faces without names and that was very much appreciated also. Im sorry I dont remember you names. Thank you Jeremy the anesthesiologist who lightened the mood and eased my fears during pre-surgery questioning.
The ISU medical team was attentive and caring from admit to hospital discharge. Dr. Sterner and the other young man that was with him when they came to admitting were so compassionate and attentive through-out the entire experience.
Theresa the night nurse was a superstar! Helpful, kind, considerate, and just fantastic!
Brandi was also kind, and so helpful.
Sophia was ray of sunshine each meal she brought to grandma.
Everyone I named was so kind, friendly informative and patient with my questions.These staff were excellent and made a hard experience tolerable. I can tell they really like their job and enjoy helping people.
Thank you for your hard work, diligence and compassion !!
Warning to the ER nurse, you have to ask before giving a shot. Tetanus or otherwise. You dont just give a shot and then tell people about it. You gave my grandma a tetanus- diptheria shot with out permission from my grandma or myself. That is not ok. She is one other nurse on the 3rd floor are the only reason for the 4 gold stars instead of 5. The good eggs far exceeded the bad.
The nurses Heather, Angel and Doctor Erin we're awesome and geuinely concerned about my health. Definitely had a great experience to getting healthy