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St. Peter's is an absolutely incredible hospital! We have experienced numerous hospitals in US (including WA, Alaska, Idaho, Texas and Illinois). Staff at St Peter's have consistently been 100% in their care, kindness, RN and ESPECIALLY MD'S! Our loved ones have been saved by the incredible people there. This is a Providence ( Nuns run this) hospital. They treat ALL with respect and LOVE. I ( agnostic) have prayed with them. Their love for ALL is unconditional! Visited husband today. Said hi and Happy Birthday to Jesus; in his Manger with Mary and Joseph (and more) in hospital lobby. I truly loved seeing this. Every person we have encountered has a smile on face and genuine concern. I recently learned that they consistently treat addicts and poor for months - receiving no or minimal compensation. I love the Providence Nuns!
Ridiculous. I got in pretty quick but everyone treated me like a drug seeker instantly. I was in the ER in January, they missed it. I was in the ER in February, had surgery, and it went badly. Go in to the ER in March, which they told me to do, and now no one can find who my surgeon was or what happened. So naturally, it's in my head and I am a drug seeker. Before this I hadn't been in a hospital since the birth of my children. Also my urine was given every time I have been in. It's clean but no one checks before labeling you a crazy person seeking drugs. Would really like to know who cut me open just 3 weeks ago!
Went into hospital today and my daughter who just delivered a baby on Sunday was still upset because a Obgyn doctor had upset her I looked at the Doctors reviews online and this is her normal abusive way toward patients some comments from 2011 ..the doctor was apologetic after the nurses found my daughter crying and hyperventilating and decided she wanted to leave due to the verbal abuse experienced by this one doctor...and yes the charge nurse is suppose to report her but consider this doctor has been with them for 11 years I doubt anything will be accomplished...the doctor did attend a Catholic College but this is uncalled for and obviously someone higher up is protecting her job...thank goodness this is the first time she has ever seen this doctor ..the doctor who delivered her baby was very nice and professional as was all the nursing staff...but they need to get rid of this one abusive doctor o
Medical facility? More like homeless shelter with medical capabilities. In the hallway of the ER there were at least 5 homeless people sleeping, most of which were given blankets by staff. My wife fell down the stairs and we were checked in to the ER at 3pm and we are still here at 11pm. However, who am I to complain? Some others have been waiting to be seen in the ER for over 10 hours, some waited so long they lost consciousness, falling to the floor and had to be wheeled out of the waiting room on a stretcher. Only then did they start to double check the other's vitals. While the waiting room and ER were slammed the staff were having a birthday party in back. Honestly I'm shocked that this hospital is allowed to operate like this with the extreme lack of professionalism and patient care. I have seen underfunded VA hospitals handled better. For supposedly the "best" hospital in Olympia this is a frightening revelation.
Our child was born here 17April 2014. Wife was in labor for an extended time and while my child crowned, we eventually had to do a C-Section. Complications with our child after birth had her evac to Seattle Children's. The pediatric ICU at St Pete's did a fantastic job. It was the aftercare of my wife. You see she lost a lot of blood during the C-section. I saw the weighted bloody gauze pouches, and they were full. My wife is small woman and the ratio of blood loss, and the exhaustion of an extended labor. Well, she was anemic (low iron) after the birth and also really not herself. I left in a separate car to go be with my newborn in ICU at Seattle, calling to check up on my wife. Later I'm driving back from Seattle and I can't get ahold of the room. I call a friend and she tells me to come ASAP. Well, she apparently was going into seizures with body temps of 107, enough to kill brain cells, she was in ICU (I never got a call from the hospital). Apparently she got a blood infection. So the issue was she probably lost too much blood during the operation, she didn't receive proper aftercare or monitoring. She would have died if a friend hadn't come of check on her finding her in a state of seizure. I believe the hospital lied and said she had pneumonia (which she had zero symptoms). I tried to get a response from the hospital later on what happened and maybe try to get a review where they could come clean and improve for the next time, but never got a response. Critical failures that a complication wasn't properly addressed that almost led to my wife and new mommy not being in the picture. I'm thankful to the great nurses prior to birth who did a great job, and the assistance given to my baby who had complications, they did an excellent job prioritizing the baby, care of the mother post birth was the big failure.