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This hospital took me for a CAT scan until they realized I wasn't a 61 year old woman.
i love one of yor nurces
Almost 4 hours later still haven’t even seen a doctor
Took my brother to the ER for a minor tonsil infection. They gave him a cat scan and pumped him with fluids when all he needed was drainage and an antibiotic. We were there for over 6 hours with no food or water. The room was dirty, the bathroom was filthy, and the staff was inattentive. Told us the cat scan results would be ready in 20 minutes but it took over 2 hours. The tonsils ended up draining itself so drainage from the hospital was not required. They proceeded to recommend a specialist for further care. Expected to get out quick because of the reviews but this was not the case. They gave him a prescription that was worthless for today since pharmacies are now closed. Overall, I would recommend going somewhere else unless you have no choice.
ZERO STARS! Negative stars, if that was an option! I just visited this ER on Sunday afternoon around 3pm, we had been there two summers ago for my visiting MIL's broken elbow. The experience didn't seem tremendously terrible, so my husband and I figured it was an adequate choice. I was there for about 3.5 hours only to have the attending tell me, "Yeah, you're not feeling well. Take some ibuprofen or naproxen sodium." The staff here is apathetic and awful from the administrative staff to the techs to the doctors. I think I was only attended to because I was a super squeaky wheel. This place is filthy. The sheets of the bed were dirty. The sheets on the table in radiology were also dirty. Also, fun? I was complaining that my aches were getting worse and the nurse insisted it was just that the beds were uncomfortable. Even more fun? When I told her I was having an allergic reaction to something, she told me, "I've never heard of that as a symptom..." I told her she could talk to my allergist...who is an actual medical professional. Roxborough Memorial Hospital should maybe consider that shrugging emoji as their new logo. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
"It looks like you had ovarian cysts that ruptured. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"
"We gave you the wrong drug. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"
"Sorry, but it looks like your loved one is dead. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"
"Roxborough Memorial Hospital ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"
I think I would have been better off with taking a Benadryl at home to pass out for the day and going to see my GP on Monday, which is basically what I did...but you know, at the cost of a $125 copay and a horrible experience. At least the nurses appreciated how cute my toddler is. (He's adorbs!)