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feedback about Saratoga Hospital
I went in for an MRI recently and although I was taken in on time and I was out of there in a reasonable amount of time I was put off by the male attendant in charge of the machine. He tried to humor me by telling me to wipe my snot on the his co-workers side of the machine. Just gross. I guess that is the reason he isn't performing at Comedy Works but I didn't need to hear that. Is it too much to expect professionalism when going to hospital? Good grief.
Good doctors and usually an average wait time if they are not busy. I would only suggest going for a real emergency though. Wilton Medical Arts is better and quicker for minor to moderate issues
Just had procedure done for a family member at the Hospital. Excellent care and customer service. Staff was frendily, courteous and informative.
My husband had an inpatient experience at Saratoga Hospital, admitted through the ED in late April, discharged in early May. He presented with an acute and very complicated set of symptoms.
As a former ED and Trauma nurse, I cannot over emphasize the prompt, efficiently conducted triage, followed by admission, with an equally prompt review and treatment protocol established by hospital staff and appropriate medical specialists.
Throughout our stay, every employee from every department, met or exceeded every expected standard of care.
The hospital always appeared well staffed and scrupulously clean, bright and appealing under difficult circumstances.
At a later date, my husband had an out patient test done by an Interventional Radiologist, which again, actually exceeded our expectations in terms of efficiency, step by step explanation, and attention to the comfort of the patient.
I have been to this ER on multiple occasions. For the most part my experiences were not terrible. This time I went in for cheat pain. I was given an EKG immediately. Followed by blood being drawn and then an x ray. 3 and a half hours later I still have yet to have my vitals taken or even speak to a doctor. I was also left in a hallway for this entire time and watched multiple patients who had not even been in the waiting room when I arrived come in and be given rooms and then immediately see a doctor. When I asked when I was likely to see a doctor the nurses were incredibly rude and dismissive. When I asked if I could be given a room they told me there were none when I was standing directly infront of an empty room. I left. I will be going to Wilton medical arts tomorrow instead. Saratoga ER is a nightmare.