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Staff, including Dr. Wong, were waiting for me on my arrival. They were quick, attentive, Professional, and courteous to my Medical needs. Awesome for a small community Hospital!
Staff was friendly, treated me like family, they didn’t have the right device to interrogate my Heart look recorder, they quickly got ahold of St Jude, and had them come up to check things. Great Hospitality, Great Hospital.
Thank you guys very much
Absolutely terrible. Witnessed horrific treatment of patients with mental issues in the ER, including staff making fun of them loud enough for me to hear in another room. Very disturbing to say the least.
Have had several admissions to Providence Centralia Hospital. Nearly 20 years ago they actually saved my life in a very critical situation. I had flash pulmonary edema, a condition where your lungs fill with fluid suddenly and prevent you from breathing. My husband drove me at top speed to the hospital with my head out the window trying to force air into my lungs. I was intubated and taken to the ICU on a ventilator. It was touch and go, but they pulled me through. As an RN, I was aware of my chances of survival and they were slim. My lab results were inconsistent with life, meaning only my will to live and their desperate efforts kept me alive. I have been there several times since and always had excellent care. A few times i have been transferred to St. Peter's Hospital in Olympia, per ambulance, at no cost to myself. I am glad to have such a great hospital only 5 miles away dedicated to the care of local people.
The first time I came in it was very obvious they could care less about the well being of their patients. The second time coming in I am beyond appalled. Nearly the bottom half of my toe has been torn off I was seen in the hospital two days prior. I came to the hospital to make sure there was no infection starting to get it redressed and hopefully come out better than I was before. They simply unwrapped my toe, looked at it, sent me away with discharge papers and a gaping wound. I had to beg the nurse to redress my toe so no debris would get inside when I was finally discharged I sat on the concrete in front of the doors waiting for my ride and was passed by at least 4 nurses who said not one word to me not even looked at me or cared to ask if I was okay.