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The way they have treated my mother in law is ridiculous!! Sticking an IV twice with the same needle! Having a nurse slam the trash can to the other side of the room! To not listening to her saying she is a hard stick and at that trying to stick her with a 16g in her hand to not getting anything and saying "next time I'll let a student stick you who has never stuck anyone" and have "a soft muffin" being hard as a rock! I wish I was there to speak my mind!!
ZERO STARS. This place should be avoided at all costs. The medical mistakes they made on my wife were terrible and many. Treatment from the floor nurses was hateful to put it mildly, when it came at all. They could have killed my wife several times. They even gave her medication to the patient in the room next door once! There will be letters sent to many people over this outrage. Do not take a lizard here.
I took my mother in law there. We were there for 5 hours. After 2 hours of waiting we were in a room. We never seen a nurse in the 3 other hours. So we ended up leaving and trying to find somewhere else to take her. I was very disappointed.
My 14 year old son was seen today at the ER for a fractured arm. It wasn't very clean and the room was small, but the two Doctors and his nurse were Amazing!!!! He was so scared and they were so calm and gentle with him. I would definitely go back there if we needed to.
I've never been to the ER here, but when I found out how much cheaper a HIDA scan is here than all of the other hospitals I had my doctor reschedule it for here. It was clean, everyone was friendly, my nurse was AWESOME! I'm terrible with names, but I hope the people that watch these reviews can look her up and thank her again for me. I've been a nervous wreck for a week over this, but they really made me feel like a person and not a number like the last hospital I was in.