Someone I know went to ER due to having mastitis and then went back because she developed breast abscess and both times she was given same treatment. Following day she had to go to different hospital and they had to do surgery to drain it. Staff needs to be more familiar with what to do in those situations because someone's life is on the line. Train your staff in breastfeeding matters.
Over the years, I have been in and out of their ER quite a few times because my family and I are stubborn goats who wait til we can't handle it anymore. This hospital has always been there for us. Their ER is very good with time management. They're a life saver! All the staff there are truly kind and very caring. Patient hospitality is #1. Thank you St. Vincent !!
Their verdict: abdominal pain from an unknown cause. Even though I repeatedly told them of my gastirtis, something I've gone to the hospital for before. Still in pain hours after my visit, probably have to go somewhere else. They clearly didn't care about actually helping or listening.
My dad has been at this hospital for two very intrusive surgeries. He was in the hospital for almost a month the first time and again the second time. They took very good care of him. They were accommodating to his needs and I can't ask for more than that. He is alive and I am happy! Doctor Arase, his surgeon is wonderful.
Worst experience ever! From no communication in the waiting room to extremely rude people that laughed at me when I was feeling ill and I did not even get a bed and was charged $3,523 for an IV of Zofran sitting in a chair in a waiting area. I’ve called to dispute and they are trying to wear me down by playing the old I can’t find your account trick. This is criminal! Time to step up and be professional St Vincent’s. I would like somebody to help resolve this issue.