Oh.my.goodness..my husband just left there AMA because they weren't willing to treat him for chest pain! He has congestive heart failure and a stent placed from a previous heart attack. Also heard the nurses discussing in the hall how one doctor who had been treating patients there had his DEA number revoked and all of the prescriptions that he had written were being rejected by insurance companies because of it. Their solution? Just use a different doctors DEA number! What!?!
After reading all of these comments here, I'm just honestly thankful that my husband made it out alive..
Awful place! Don't go here unless you are dying and have no other options. My husband went here when we were driving home from visiting family out of town. He was in a great deal of pain in his back. They keep him on a bed in the hall! They never even gave him a room the whole time he was there. They did an X-ray of his chest and said he didn't have any broken ribs or a collapsed lung, so since his life wasn't in immediate danger they couldn't do anything for him. They discharged him without any more tests while he was still crying out in pain. This is by far the worst care from any hospital we have ever had to go too. It's a joke.
Come here, better bring your attorney, call your insurance company and check your coverage, and be prepared to pay their punishing prices in advance. They do nothing and think they can charge what they want, because they want you to believe you don't have a choice, that you can't shop around, that you can't negotiate their ridiculous prices before any test or procedure. You do have options. I would suggest one of the other options. They heal nothing, they treat nothing, they do nothing. Get everything in writing. They want you to think there is nothing you can do about it. They are wrong. Don't take my word for it though. Find out the hard way.
This place is terrible. I came in 14 weeks pregnant with severe stomach pains and shortness of breath. Instead of being treated right away , they made me wait an hour before even being seen and they took an old woman who came in with a skinned knee first before me. EVEN THOUGH I CAME IN BEFORE HER. So I'm sitting here in the lobby freaking out at 4 months pregnant and not able to breathe while they put a band aid on grandma's skinned knee. I'm glad it's not an emergency and I'm not at the emergency room because I'm likely to die before anyone helps me here. #sorrynotsorry
If I could give them negative stars, I would. I was sent to the ER via ambulance after a terrible auto accident. The ER doctor, Charles Mason, withheld vital information because he didn't feel it was necessary to tell me I had an orbital floor fracture. It wasn't for another 19 days when the head trauma doctor called me up at 10:00 at night to tell me that I needed to seek care immediately. I now have permanent damage to my eye. I've had to undergo surgeries and lost time from work! I will NEVER step foot in a hospital that allows a physician like that to work there.