I usually don't write reviews unless a place stands out to me - either in a good, or bad way. After reading all the negative reviews here I feel like I should include my experience.
My wife and I had our first baby here a few days ago. We went in for an induced labor that ended in a c-section. All the nurses were great, attentive, gave often check ups, and seemed to enjoy what they are doing.
I can't remember her exact role, but we had someone from higher up in the hospital (floor manager maybe?) stop in and ask how everything is going, if there's anything they can do better to make everything go as well as possible for us, and ask if we had any complaints. We really didn't have any issues other than when I ordered from the cafeteria, they seemed slightly "stingy" in that they kept "forgetting" to include items in my order, and gave an excuse that they couldn't give me a side salad because the personal pizza was too big and took up too much space on the tray (it was exactly the same size as every other plate).
After telling her this, immediately every following order was improved until check out. They stopped "forgetting" side orders, they gave me more reasonable sized orders instead of 1 slice of a frozen waffle as a breakfast entree. Imagine that, a reasonable complaint that was immediately resolved - I hate to say it but that doesn't often happen for me.
If I had to nitpick, the only person I could have had an issue with was one of the pediatricians. A short lady, probably in her mid to late 40s. She seemed knowledgeable but the way she handled our baby is not what I would call gentle. I wouldn't describe any moment she handled him as being gentle. I never said anything because she was never rough enough to visibly upset him or make him cry, but it made me question whether she actually wanted to be there or not.
Overall, I was actually really impressed with how dedicated and hospitable everyone was. I can be pretty critical of others and really couldn't find anyone who came off as cold, lacking knowledge or training, or anyone who gave me a weird vibe other than the one lady I mentioned.
For the other reviewer who mentioned corruption, don't get your hopes up about the Mayo Clinic being any better. They are renowned for having excellent care and doctors; not for lacking corruption. You WILL find this corruption everywhere you look in the US thanks to our for profit medical community. You can thank the US government for that. It's just a matter of who's better at getting away with it and hiding it.
Again this is just my personal experience, maybe things don't work as smoothly in other sections of the hospital, but labor and delivery, and the postpartum area was excellent.