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The night staff was disrespectful and made me feel uncomfortable. I understand that they have a difficult job but we are people too. We are just as stressed staying here with our sick loved ones as you are taking care of them.
They are only slightly more attentive compared to what I've seen in Waterbury Hospital.
Take them to another hospital if it's not an emergency. UCONN is best if you can make the travel.
I received help for behavioral health at St. Mary's Hospital recently, and my experience was not bad. Through the years struggling with mental illness and requiring stays in hospitals visiting here was an okay place to see along the journey that is my life to wind up at these places from time to time despite much effort to not. People were nice.
Worst hospital ever. Do not recommend. I went with a severe ear infection and they just gave me ibuprophen and antibiotics. The didn't even check my ear or clean the area. Two hours waiting just for that. Doctor was very unprofessional. On top of that, the antibiotic that they gave me was discontinued. So the pharmacy had to call the hospital to change my prescription. Incredible...
Staff is always friendly and kind but have been clearly overwhelmed and it shows. I’ve been using St Mary’s for 30+ years and ever since they became Trinity the wait times have increased most offices you’re waiting over an hour past appointment times to be seen. The ER is horrible and last visit I was given a wrong diagnosis then went to Waterbury Hospital and was treated more like a human being versus a piece of meat on a conveyor belt. I will unfortunately be switching all care to Waterbury Hospital and Alliance. With the Franklin medical groups you’re lucky to get a call back in 3 days or even past the hold times. Very disappointed. Don’t see this lasting long...
This hospital is ill-equipped for Sickle Cell Disease patients. Dr. Blomstrom refused to provide adequate treatment for Sickle Cell pain. If I can help it, I will never go here again. You may not want to waste your time here! Driving to UCONN, Yale, or even all the way to Bridgeport Hospital is well worth it for Sicklers!