This hospital really sucks! My 25 yr old daughter went in last night because of severe pain on the right side of her upper abdomen. She was given an X-ray and an ultrasound, and blood work was done... The results didn't find anything emergent. She was given. dialaudid and fluids intravenously, and then sent home.
My daughter fell down on the floor crying at home the following evening and wasn't able to get into the bed without my assistance. Therefore, I took her back to the hospital tonight. She was seen again by Dr. Tang Trump, nurse Olivia Trump, the unit Clerk Anna (seemed genuine), etc. My daughter hasn't been to an ER visit since she was 8 years old as a result of an injury.
My daughter was given a CT scan, fluids, and antibiotics intravenously--and that was great. My daughter was given 2 possible diagnoses: 1. Possible UTI 2. Possible fluid in the lungs, but nothing really concrete for these common illnesses. My issue is that from personal experience, pneumonia doesn't affect the front abdomen area and my daughter hasn't had a cold nor cough lately.
I had to repeatedly request that my daughter be treated for her pain, as she was last night. For so.e strange reason the doctor switched to oral norco, despite that she was connected to an IV, and that the dialaudid worked fine last night. I don't understand what was the difference between tonight and last night? Why try out different medications on a patient without good cause? The pain / symptoms has worsened .
MOST of the nurses and other staff smirked and displayed very uncanny behavior as we departed from the ER room. Behaivor totally uncalled for! thus, is why I have given them Trumps last name--they may as well had spoken their true minds. This behavior should be unacceptable in any medical setting.
Lastly, 2 years ago I went to this hospitals ER minimum 5 times before being diagnosed with a blood clot in my lung. Right before the doctor came in with my diagnoses, there was a Middle Eastern male nurse with a large mustache in my room, telling me that I was an habitual ER patient and that nothing was wrong with me. Why are these kind of people working in hospitals pretending to serve ill/ injured people? Because they could figure out a couple math tricks?