Went there for pain/discomfort in left shoulder, ER dr prescribed a battery of tests which I'm so grateful for as I ended up needing to be transferred to Sacred Heart for a heart catheter. That is the only thing good however. While as a patient there I received approx 15-20 blood draws. It was during one of these draws at 12:30am that a nerve was hit in my left arm. The pain was the worst I've ever felt. The technician apologized as she hurried out of the room. The next draw explained to the technician what had happened (different technician). Stated why would she try to draw in that sensitive location. Skip forward to 5 days later as the pain was still terrible in my left arm. I went to the ER to insure no long term damage. Was seen in the waiting room by a practitioner and prescribed a pain killer and anti inflammatory. Over an hour later, still not discharged I asked to leave. Was stopped and had to wait for discharge papers. After I got home saw the discharge papers stated I was there for hypertension, no mention of the injury sustained from one of their employees. On top of that, they sent me a bill and then to collection for failure to pay for a visit resulting from injury from one of their employees. It took 4 months for my left arm to start feeling normal. In summary, they falsified discharge papers, injured a patient, and sought payment for said in jury. Now it's my turn to make things painful for this terrible institution.