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The labor and delivery staff is amazing! I have had a few bad experiences with this hospital, but I just had a baby and I could not have asked for a better l&d staff to help me through the birth of my child! They were so loving, nurturing, and compassionate through the entire time that we were there. They genuinely cared for me and my baby and our well-being.
Brought my mother into the ER and they asked what medications she was taking. They never checked to see if the symptom that she was have match the medication side effects. She was in great pain and they would not check her in. They pumped her up with morphine and let her go. I had to call the fire department to get her into my house. Next day we realized the issue. She had every symptom from the meds she was taking. They could have killed her. She stopped the medication and she got better.
I have been to this ER twice for a rapid heart beat and could not have had better treatment. I was attended to immediately by both doctor and nurses. They asked all the right questions about history and meds. They were polite and effective. Their discharge protocol is excellent. They go over all their findings and make recommendations. I can't imagine better treatment or more concern for getting the problem solved. My thanks to them. I am really puzzled by some of the negative reviews here. I would highly recommend this ER to any who need urgent care in this area.
Can't even get a prescription refill. They do not answer phones, do not respond to pharmacy requests. Ridiculous!
I left because they have chosen to use the federally required 3 month urinalysis for Schedule 1 and 2 prescriptions to discriminate against marijuana users. "Show up positive, and we won't fill your prescriptions!"
Their orices are also 3X as high as providers unaffiliated with a hospital.
Went to the emergency room earlier this week. Arrived approximately 6:30 am. Very slow check in process,although nice. I was the only one there. I was never asked by a nurse or doctor what current medications I was taking. I am from out of state. The doctor asked me what medication she could prescibe me for my condition. I told her what medications and the dosage. She never said her name, and she didn't have a name tag on. It is very important to know what drugs people are taking before prescibing DOCTORS!! I am glad my father was transferred to another hospital now!