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I am expecting now and I don't plan on delivering there..I just can't believe how they change it's not the same..The good doctors isn't there anymore.. Besides every need I've requested for I hadn't gotten it..Sad but true..What got me is when my sister and cousin had their babies there,They had to rush back after release because they babies weren't suction good enough in was barely breathing..Like with me I'm high risk
I have acid reflux bad which my nurse supposed to send in a script 2 months ago that never was sent..I have osteoarthritis and gout in I hurt they tell me Tylenol which doesn't helps..I wouldn't take my dog there..To top it off they have bed bugs, Real live bed bugs
It's just not the same clean helpful birth place anymore...
My boyfriend was having horrible stomach pains because he was shot 3 months prior to this visit. The service before 12am was great but after that the service was absolutely horrible. We had to continuously call the nurse and she kept ignoring the call. All we wanted was juice and it took them 2 hours to bring the juice. Not to mention all the nurses had attitudes like we owed them money or something. If it wasn’t for the fact that he had the surgery here we would have went to a different hospital. The janitor was literally the nicest person here and she was the one who ended up bringing my boyfriend something to drink. Not to mention the wait was 2 hours and one of the receptionist was also rude. If I could rate a 0 I DEFINITELY WOULD!!!!
Asked number of children during interview, in Memphis of all places with the MLK museum down the street. EEOC aware. In this digital age, wire yourself/bring an audio recorder! And report to EEOC (process free) so it can become a class action lawsuit later.
I’m not even sure where to begin. I delivered here three weeks ago and I’m still having complications. Let’s start with I attended their obgyn office and they left me dialed for a whole month with contractions for two weeks until they finally agreed to induce me. However they estimated my child to be about 9 pounds give or take and should have scheduled a c section. So a week later I go in for my induction and it’s fine until epidural time when they have problems and redo it several times and I start to pass out and then once awake finally get it done. I’m fine until they turn contractions start getting intense at hour 19 of labor and then Everything went completely down hill I was ignored telling them I needed to push and the dr felt 20 minutes to come check on me was okay and I wasn’t aloud to push till he came in. After an hour of being able to push I told them I needed assistance something was wrong. No one believed me I asked for suction and told its not up to me alone it’s up to dad too and then dad was feed all that can go wrong so of course he’s going to say maybe we should wait. Next hour I’m pushing so hard I’m launching myself up and down so hard I rip out my epidural which no one tells me until I talking to my other support person who was there during delivery and she informs me of the removal and lose of spinal fluids that have know caused spinal pain and extreme headaches so walking, sitting, just living period is now pain constantly that I randomly cry because I can’t take it . Now back to delivery I’m begging for help now and they keep turning up the medication for induction I’m up to 32 and at 36 it reverses it’s affects I’m now having contractions every min and I’m passing out having a contraction passing out and my family is begging staff to help me but I’m left like that for three hours until they understand my child has been stuck and I now have obtained a infection in my uterus that’s to the fever that I had for god knows how long because no one wanted to listen to me. So emergency c section it is however my dr isn’t the one to do it I’m passed along to someone else and that led to another epidural however they were amazing and those nurses and drs were the only thing that was positive about my delivery experience. I was then brought back to my delivery room left there for the night until the next day I was moved up to post Pardam where my first room the bed didn’t work so they moved me to another room and the nurse I had made me feel bad because I couldn’t produce milk, needing help to go to the bathroom or just needing anything at all. I was at this hospital for 5 days I kept begging them for a shower but there was no shower chair in the shower and being a fall risk I needed one. I asked them to put an order in for one to get snapped at and told “ the woman who puts in the orders has gone home you shouldn’t have waited so long to want a shower! You can wait or I dont know what you can do!” Another time “ “ what you want us to do stand there and watch you bath? Most women are up walking around now.” She says this as I have a iv drip of blood thinners attached for a possible blood clot. Yup I got shamed for being scared of falling because I was a fall risk on blood thinners that reasonable right? Oh and you know what the cherry on top is I had a allergic reaction to the binder and they left the rash untreated and when I showed the staff they told me I what I needed to get and then four hours later discharged me with no medicine for the rash with blesters now. I was supposed to go back and get my tubes tied in a few weeks but forget that I’ll stay with birth control then to deal with them. Sorry it’s was long but this place has some real issues and the sad thing I’m in the medical field too and leaving a comment is something I would never do but when you mess up that bad that three weeks later and I’m still walking like it’s day after and I’m now in constant pain and I’m not sure when I’ll be able to go back to work there’s a problem
Wife got transferred here for surgery for her broken leg. Moved here yesterday afternoon. Took hours of her in agony before they'd give her any pain meds. And that was a one off of morphine. 2 more hours after that dose wore off, they finally got her on a regular pain management schedule. Tiny, cramped rooms, only light in the bathroom that works is the shower, while place is freezing....