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The ICU nurses are great and some nurses in the regular tower are too but the doctors from certain health plans are no help. My mom was diagnosed with stage 3 cancer and had a total hysterectomy with Dr. Im, he's a nice surgeon but unfortunately cancer had spread to the stomach and the tumor was blocking the small intestine so weeks after surgery she had to come back to the hospital and stayed a week, after that week she was discharged. I brought her back to the hospital for a second time, they drained the fluids in the abdomen then be discharged. She was brought back for a third time and finally after 2 weeks of being in the hospital they decided to put a GI tube in the abdomen to drain the fluids at home. The doctors said chemotherapy was not beneficial to her and she'll probably live a few weeks. I decided to change her health plan to another insurance that didn't pertain to this hospital. She had her first round of chemotherapy and has had bowel movements. Hopefully they'll continue to treat my mom where she would stay with us for a longer period of time. For cancer patients this is not the hospital you'd like to bring your loved ones but for all other reasons not a problem. I hope this review can help anyone in the same situation as ourselves. God bless!
The hospital is only good to you if you have a good Insurance so they can get rich out of you. 😑 Otherwise they'll have you waiting in the ER forever, 😱 take a look @ U give you a pill & out you go. As far as being hospitalized here....only recommend it if you're dying cause U don't have a choice.🤒 I would choose any other place than here. They just wanna milk you're hard earned $$$ so they can send it to the Vatican 😈 in Rome. Stay away from this place @ all costs.☹️
Do NOT come here for any surgery that may affect the remainder of your life. I am currently hospitalized here. I came in for a routine hip replacement on 6/18/2019. During this surgery they fractured my leg, I know this only because it slipped out of a nurse. It's been over a week and I'll I've been told to this moment is that I will have to be here for an additional 2 weeks for physical therapy. I still don't not know to what extent the damage is in my leg because neither my surgeon Dr. Mehta or their department head Dr. Young have had the common courtesy to come by and tell me where they screwed up. I am now going to refuse to eat, take medication including pain pills or allow any staff member to touch me. Let's see what happens next!
Negligent hospital. I would advise everyone, especially pregnant women, to steer clear of this place. The reason I brought up pregnant women is because it has recently come out that a nurse here broke a newborn baby's arm. And it has from an accident, it was from negligence. If you value your life or your child's life, find a different hospital.
We were very grateful to the entire ER staff, the nurse who was assigned initially was so gracious and kind to us, while maintaining professionalism. Both doctors we dealt with were also very kind and efficient in their handling of mine and my daughters' injuries. Thank you sincerely.