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I went in emergency with the worst pains. I was taken into surgery with acute appendicitis and peritonitis. I was very sick but had an excellent surgeon and nursing staff. Friendly, considerate and well trained. I have only praise because they did their job well AND beyond. I'm recovering fully. What more should you expect. Their care and warmth was Iceing on the cake. So be a good patient and, as I can attest, you will be treated the same. Can't say enough about Sky Lakes.
If you are a person who suffers from mental illness, do not walk away from Sky Lakes (to include staff, doctors, ER, etc) but rather run. They are in desperate need for in service training on dealing with symptoms of mental illness, but my guess is they don't consider this to be a serious issue. My most recent experience had me feeling like a criminal. Now I know where NOT to go if I am showing any signs of anxiety, depression or upset of ANY kind. These folks are NOT head doctors so don't think they will give a rat's bee-hind about your melt down. DO IT SOMEWHERE ELSE is their motto! If you have no choice and must go, then watch out because they will beef up negative remarks in your chart if you step out of line in any way. BE CAREFUL. I have never experienced anything like this anywhere else in my life, and I feel completely and totally betrayed by a doctor I trusted for five years. Unbelievable.
I have not experienced this hospital but to the hurting person who has we are standing with you and I have rated in your corner. dont give up no matter what. you have made it this far. all dr's have human brains but sometimes inflated egos they are not gods they can fail us and they often do. best to find drs who at best will try to understand the pain you are living in. many will pretend they do but like you experienced the betrayal. my son became mentally ill when he was 22. he was football captain had dreams of air force. his friends disapeared on him slowly dr's didnt know but later found out shame from others is much harder than actual illness.
I was suffering from sleep deprivation. I'd been awake for 18 days. I went to the ER and told the doctor my situation. A nurse put an IV in my arm and they gave me something to knock me out. I figured they'd let me sleep at least 8 hours. An hour later the nurse came in and said she had to check my blood pressure. She took off my IV, woke me up and told me I had to drive home! This after they heavily sedated me!! Not good! I can't put into nice words what this did to me. Never again!!!!
Worst ER experience ever. We haven't been this angry in a long time. They reported us to cps in California which ruined our trip from out of state. They have the most idiot nurse practioner who is crazy and wants to make unfounded assumptions. If your kid is injured go elsewhere fast! They said they are mandated to report children's injuries. What a violation!