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This is such a great place filled with compassion and capacity to help
Im from out of town. In and out quickly. Everyone was very nice.
My 4 yr old son fell and had a gash on his head on his eyebrow . We went to the emergency room and they said they were going to use skin glue/adhesive to close it back up since it was a clean cut. They didn’t even clean the cut out or off at all. The nurse/doctor applied the glue to his head and it dripped down his face and into his eye glueing his eye shut!!! My poor child was terrified when he couldn’t open his eye (and so was I). After about 3 long tries of prying his eyelid apart it finally opened. They acted like it was no big deal and let us leave with glue all over his face, in his eyelashes, and eyebrow. We are all traumatized. I still can’t believe that these people are medical professionals.
My family rented a house at Cape San Blas for a week. My mother has COPD and is on oxygen 24 hours a day. Upon arrival I realized I left part of her breathing equipment at our home 4 hours away. I was very worried and upset. I called Sacred Heart hospital in Port St. Joe. They could not have been any more accommodating or helpful. I spoke with Gretchen, Angie, and Nancy. They were so compassionate and helped us so we can enjoy our vacation week. Thank you!! Alison Anthony
My husband went in for a severe leg injury (chainsaw) After filling out the paper work instead of rushing him back they walked around the corner and had a conversation and were giggling about something. I had to say excuse me this is a medical priority and finally the Er nurse came and took him back, They took for ever to give him something for pain which was a pill instead of a shot so took forever to kick in, didn't even take his vitals, or Elevate the leg, tool another 30 before they gave him lidocaine, and almost another hour to sew him up. The only good thing was the doctor and nurses had great bed side manner. Also did not get any crutches for a injury he can barley walk on.