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How great do you guys feel working in an economy where someone can get no sleep because all they want to do is slice their jugular open! And god forbid should they be able to call 911! Since its 1000$ alone just o be transported to a 72 hr hold! Hope I don't find the strength to go through with it!
The Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit was exceptional. I highly recommend it to anyone coming out of a stroke. My mother who is 88 years old had a clot on her right brain stem causing weakness on her left side, and difficulties swallowing. She had three hours a day of PT, OT, and ST.We were there for 9 days and were able to transition to her home effortlessly. The care there was professional, kind, gentle and compassionate which made leaving my mother there at nights alone not a problem that I worried about so that I could go home and also be well rested to be there in the morning to learn along with her steps to bring her back to her active lifestyle of traveling, gardening, and living independently. Thank you to the staff on the 2nd floor Providence Everett acute inpatient rehabilitation program!
After having surgery here I have had numerous problems.
The communication between Doctors and other staff members is very lacking.
I am told one thing and something that is totally different happens.
The nurses are fantastic. Great attitude and service.
Part of the care for my condition was a learning experience for most of the nurses. They were completely unprepared to deal with it.
As it stands now I have been here 14 days and can't get out. One excuse after another for not releasing me. I feel I am being kept here because I have good insurance coverage not because I need the care.
I have gone 6 days without food because I have refused to have another feeding tube placed down my nose.
Some of the staff have gotten an attitude because I am demanding answers.
When I told them that I wanted to sign myself out of the hospital, I was told that if I did my insurance company would not pay my bill.
I've had better and more honest dealings with Wells Fargo. Seriously though, the triage sucks, wait times are long, there's never enough staff and if you need an ice pack for first aid you better bring one from home.
From the top to the bottom were so wellcoing and well experienced.They have the passion and high performance on their skil.I was computable and secured all over my time stayed at Providence. Well done keep it up.