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Have had two operations there and the staff was wonderful. My youngest son had one there when he was 16 years old. Very clean and friendly staff and and love the service
I’ve had excellent care as I newly found out I’m diabetic. The 2N 2 East staff is fantastic!
Charge Nurse Tonya & Ms. Rita
Karen, Nichole, Ashli, and Charisse Powell everyone is wonderful.. The Diabetic Educator Nancy and The Endocrinologist Ana the Doctors Have all made this scary experience very tolerable!
Went to the ER on a Saturday afternoon, early evening, for stitches. In and out in an hour. Staff was great. I would recommend VB General for less waiting time in the ER. I've waited in ER at Leigh and Princess Anne for as much as 2-3 times longer then VB
My father just passed away after an unexpected month-long stay in both this hospital and Windermere. The care he received at Sentara Virginia Beach General was largely mediocre and misleading, influenced by impressively poor communication between doctors, illogical moves around the facility, and no sense of accountability from those overseeing his situation. However, Dr. Kim and the ICU team were incredible and we wish Dad had been in that quality of care for more than just his last 5 days. We have yet to hear of a proper diagnosis and are hoping his final test (a liver biopsy, why did they wait so long to take this critical test?) might provide some defining results in the coming days. Despite confirming that his issues were related to the liver as early as September 20, doctors wouldn’t take action to help his liver directly. They were treating his symptoms and not the source of his problems, as they claimed they couldn’t start addressing the liver until there was proper diagnosis. Eventually, the doctors said he had cirrhosis (non-alcoholic related) but wanted to do more tests before treating. A day later he had his 2nd blood transfusion and the liver biopsy, and he passed away 24 hours after that. It’s hard to look back and think about what we could have done differently as a family, but when it’s happening it doesn’t feel that you have enough power/knowledge/ground to speak up for a loved one to question the process and decisions that doctors make.
Right now my daughter is in the lobby of the ER crying in pain waiting to be seen for possible appendicitis. People who came in after her have already been taken back. I'm on the phone with them now and they are defensive but apparently they are going to take her back. She has been waiting, and crying, for an hour now.