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Overall, I have met the nicest people, very caring, polite and goes out of their way for you! Doctors and nurses are outstanding! Care in the surgical centers, medical offices, canteen, hospital stays, physical therapy, e.r., housekeepers, Are absolutely fabulous and should be recognized for all that they do!!!!!! I've had 3 surgeries and working on my fourth, every time has been fantastic!!!!! I love my VA! This facility deserves 5 star!
No issues and everyone has been helpful to me. I was even late 10 minutes and they were not mean or the like. Had 3 different appointment there and all good.
Never have had an issue other than human error; which people are gonna be people and the staff has always been caring towards me .We all have to be understanding in this world in order to make this place better so I do not have any hate towards the VA as do most vets seem to have though thee are major flaws. One soulution I found if you need an appt quik... call that department or scheduling ppl to se if any cancellations were made. The ER staff has always been keen service. Mental health/ ARU staff never give up on trying to help a veteran. Very fortunate to have a medical center in the heart of doctor universities.. The only thing about ths place that is a major issue is the entrance gate.. the turning light is too short and there is only one way in and out for patients which traffic backs up down into the parking garage.
A Doctor just walked in and asked a nurse in front of me, "What patient did I just see?" I could not make this up if I wanted to. I'm supposed to be getting surgery here in a few weeks. I wonder If the doctors will know then what patient they're cutting open, or are we just going hope for the best?
I have always been treated with respect and good medical care. In 2006 I went to the 7th floor inpatient detox unit and was surrounded by staff and other veterans that always gave me a positive attitude.They got me off the street and into recovery!