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Dr. Douglas, Nurse Benjamin and Nurse Audrey were outstanding!! Thorough in their assessment of my illness, patient and kind. By far the best hospital ER experience I’ve ever had. Never had to ask for anything! They were always one step ahead of thinking about my needs even a constant flow of fresh warm blankets to keep me comfortable!
For the most part I had a great experience all the nurses except one were great. They were nice, friendly and treated you like family, but the one almost ruined the whole experience and I would hope to never have her as my nurse ever again....
YOU ALMOST KILLED MY FRIEND - YOU KEPT THIS PERSON LOCKED UP IN THERE FOR FOUR MONTHS WITH NO SUNLIGHT I WILL BET YOU ONE BILLION DOLLARS YOU TORTURED A DISEASED MAN UNDER THE GUISE OF HELPING HIM-
Now what? How surreal could it possibly be needing to get off at that particular Max stop because I'm losing consciousness? But now what? They weren't gonna know Serotonin Syndrome- They're not gonna know Lyme Disease- Maybe you can tell them if you're fully conscious or can speak- They'll call everyone and your 10 year old child here Bipolar- It's Stepford- Meanwhile people could literally be infected with rabies and be holding your infants for a living all day long and no one is gonna know because everyone is CONDITIONED like robots to call EVERYONE Bipolar for everything- We are all PEOPLE- We all have moods and if they're extreme then WHO is ever gonna find a MEDICAL cause for anything serious or contagious around here- These people will literally kill you- This metro area is beyond extremely overpopulated- Doctors here are sadistic and place all focus on mental health when that is not their area of expertise- It's one way to spread disease- Where the hell can I crawl off to now when I have to deboard the Max- Knowing I need hospitalization- But it's factually and provably unsafe inside of the hospital I'm directly next to- They're not LOOKING for medical causes for things- And please do NOT call the police!
I wish I could give this hospital ZERO STARS. My fiance had an asthma attack in January and James Thompson was the ER doctor he saw. The bill ended up being over $3k ---- Whatever we get it, it's emergency care. Thompson ended up giving my fiance a prescription for a Proair Inhaler with 11 refills (his actual words were that it was an "unlimited refill prescription") that don't expire until January of 2019. Everything was fine and dandy until one day we go to get one of his refills (we had only used 5 at this point and it had been enough time in between refills for my fiance to receive his next refill) and the pharmacist said that Thompson sent over a letter requesting my fiance to see him again for him to continue his refills! We already paid $3k to see him and now he wants more money to tell my fiance that HE STILL HAS ASTHMA?! THAT IS EXTORTION!
We told the pharmacist that the doctor had told us the refills we're unlimited and she laughed as said that would be illegal! We even showed her the original prescription that still had enough refills and said that he was required to see a doctor to continue getting his inhaler! DOCTORS ORDERS!
He is entitled to those refills! The prescription has not expired and there are still 6 unused refills!
DO NOT SEE THIS MAN!
GO TO ANY OTHER HOSPITAL!
To add on, when I took him to the hospital, it was so dirty in the lobby I CAUGHT PNEUMONIA!
Terrible place. Dont go here. Eve if you're dying. My mom has had some digestive issues for months now. They used to be "flare ups" with just acid reflux. 2 weeks now her appetite has decreased, her back pain is tremendous, bloody stools and yellow stools, shes pale, high blood pressure, low body temp, shivers and sweating. We drove 2 hours for her endoscopy appointment across the street at the oregon clinic but they told her when she got there that they couldn't see her because they didnt have her medical history. We decided to go across the street to the providence er since it was a stones throw away. At first, they acted as if they cared. They said they would check all avenues and see what procedures or tests needed done. First hour of waiting goes by and everyone was called before us. The waiting room was packed. It would be close to empty and fill up again. People that walked in after us were seen. At 2 hours in, my mom asked when she would be seen. The lady said she would be seen soon. We waited and waited. Finally we saw the last 2 people get called back, my mom should have been next. We watched the room clear out and fill up 3 times. Finally at almost 4 hours I told her to ask when she would be in. People were still being seen that showed up after us. My mom came back and told me the lady at the counter said we had only been there 3 hours and 15 minutes, not 4 hours. The lady told my mom sicker people were being seen first and it isnt a good thing to be rushed into the back. We decided to leave because there will always be someone sicker. We left and went to legacy and they got my mom in within an hour and 15 minutes