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Baby Box pickup experience: this location is one of two partner pickup locations in Chicago (you don’t have to be a patient here; you must complete the course and produce the completion ID). I was specifically told to pickup the box at 10am. It wasn’t until 11am that someone brought them out. There were 2 others waiting as well for an hour. The staff is very unprofessional. Hardly any English spoken anywhere. Not only did reception poorly communicate the wait time, but I had been trying to reach the main contact person for this pickup for a month, leaving multiple messages, before I had to speak with a supervisor. No one called me back. If you are told to reach out to a girl named Jocelyn, ask for a supervisor.Bathrooms are a disgrace. Go to the other pickup location. I don’t know if it’s better, but this was not a good experience.
No manners my daughter was brought by ambulance once she got admitted the medical assistant was talking about her little did they know we were in the next room! "Talking about she 14 dam she weight more than me. The medical student however was nice other than that that was ghetto and unprofessional no respect for the patients. Can i imagine what goes on when no one is listening!!
LONG NEGATIVE EXPERIENCE REVIEW FOLKS. My sister was admitted to the hospital to be induced, due to a blood test that came back concerning. I came out to see her early in the morning and the kind nurses came in and brought her breakfast.
Its 4:30, way past lunch time, apparently, we have to let the nurses know if she had lunch or not when no nurse came in to ask if she needed something other than the midwife doing her job. This is ridiculous. I didnt know this is "Patient care for themselves". They claim they have ordered the lunch for her but not sure why she didnt get it. BS. Pardon my French. The nurse was kind enough to request her 5:30 p.m dinner to come early, but she will bring a turkey sandwich to hold her off a bit. WE WERE ALL LIVID THE MINUTE HER BOYFRIEND AND I WENT TO THE NURSES AND ASK ABOUT THE SNACK, THEY WERE ALL TALKING, LAUGHING, JOKING AND ALL OF THE SUDDEN, NOW THEY ARE BUSY. Her "holding off till dinner snack", that was promised at 4:30, came in at the same time as her 530 dinner AT 5:30.
That's not all. A nurse came in this morning wanted to go over her needs for the actual labor (requests) and she wanted the laughing gas to relax her instead of epidural. As she started feeling the contractions every 2 to 3 minutes(4:00 pm), she wants the gas to help her asap, the nurse came back an hour later telling her that they have to order it. If you come in early in the morn, and ask the patient if they have special requests, as such, the obvious thing they could have done is order it in the morning, not last minute while leaving her in uncomfortable pain for a whole hour. I am saddened to leave my sister behind, and cannot imagine what she will go through when it comes time to push. Their Patient Care is Outrageous.
I am so glad, that after seeing what she went through, will not be coming here to deliver my baby. I will be taking my baby business elsewhere.
The emergency doctors need more experience. I went in with a leg pain and they sent me home saying I have a leg cramp and gave me some tylenol. NO XRAYS OR TEST. My pain was so bad I couldn't walk. So I went to my primary doctor were I was received a xray. My diagnosis unleveled pelvis and muscle tearing on my calf. Now I have to see a chiropractor once every week and physical therapy for 6 weeks.
This place needs to get there stuff together. We waited almost 4 1/2 hrs for 1 X-ray and for a student assistant to come in not even the doctor to look at my daughter for about 5 min. We were ahead of at least 5 people that were all called before us. Oh and by the way I had 4 kids with me as well throughout this. As soon as insurances switch, We are out of there!