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I was seen in the ER a week ago. I went in with migraine symptoms. They took blood work & urinalysis, started IV fluid’s. Test came back normal. They gave me a Benadryl pill, & two other meds in IV. All it did was make me sleepy. I was in the ER a max of maybe 4 hours. The DR. discharge me, mind you I only seen him once when I first got there. He didn’t talk to me about being discharged, the RN’s did. The Nurses were nice.
I went home and my condition worsened!! Three days later after missing work & the pain not going away, I went to see my primary care physician. My lungs were full of pneumonia!! I’ve never had pneumonia before, I was so scared. I couldn’t breathe & I thought I was dying. All it took was one chest x-ray that should’ve been done in the ER 4 days prior.
This upset me very much!! The fact that the doctor didn’t do any extra test to see what was causing all of my symptoms, is very troubling.
Don’t just turn and burn patients out the door. That’s how I felt, a number not a person. Never again!!!
I have been to ER twice myself (one time lead to impatient stay) and a couple times with other people and the care has always been good the docs are thorough and nurses are caring and kind! Despite an older building the hospital is kept cleaned and maintained! Upon discharge I received a get well soon card that was signed by the staff! I would definitely recommend this place to anyone!
Took my daughter into the ER thinking the worst. Two doctors and two nurses took amazing care of her. They ran several tests and drew blood. Thankfully she was fine and we were sent home with peace of mind. Best hospital in Leavenworth. Staff was caring and on it!
Great staff and in and out in short time. Test came back fast and they answered all my questions.
This has been the only ER hospital I've been to. The nurses and doctors are all nice! Not once was a nurse or doctor being "rude" to me.