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I thought I badly sprained my ankle, went to the ER. doctor said it was a bad sprain. I followed up with the orthopedic doctor. they took an x-ray come to find out I have a fracture possibly two. I had gone out of town kept my foot down for more than five hours by the end of the day, back in town my leg was killing me. I called the ortho they said go back to the hospital take ultrasound. I had five blood clots below the knee, I was rushed to ER. ER doctor came in for a few minutes and then left, and never came back. We waited for 3 1/2 hours before they gave me a blood thinner, with no other instructions. I requested my medical records and the records are very vague. They don't call this place die lakes for nothing. Only the name has changed nothing else has.
My experience with this hospital was wonderful! All the staff and Drs were so kind, caring and efficient. Thank you for the care you provided to me!
WORST HOSPITAL IN THE HISTORY OF TIME. IF YOU WANT TO DIE, GO STRAIGHT TO SKYLAKES MEDICAL CENTER. I'm pretty sure if you can plunge a toilet, you can get a job there. Which is the only thing most of those aweful EMPLOYEES would qualify for at any other job. For some reason these high and mighty doctors forget THEY WORK FOR US. WE PAY THEM. You can be fired just as fast as anyone else in any other profession, the only difference is these people could care less. I DO NOT recommend this hospital or ANY affiliate. Unless you just want to waste your time and get absolutely NO help. The only reason I gave one star is because I didn't have the option to give NONE.
My brother Ralph has to be hospitalized here a few times. My family didn’t know this since my brother and our family had not communicated for quite some time. He had a pacemaker and was hospitalized again in April. I received a call from Kevin, a wonderful nurse there, who informed me that Ralph agreed to go on Hospice, his heart was failing, his legs and feet were leaking fluids due to his diabetes. He also had high blood pressure. I live in Oklahoma so my daughter who is a nurse and I flew in to be with him.
Before we even arrived the staff were so professional yet very caring and helpful. I only got to spend 6 days with Ralph and we had to go home. Kevin called me on April 16th, Ralph had passed away.
I cannot express how much I appreciated everything that all your staff did for us, especially Adele, Kevin and everyone there...I don’t remember all their names but everyone from CNA, Nurses and Doctors...even housekeeping help us out. I just wanted someone to know you have an amazing group there and I am so grateful they were there.
Excellent care and kind caring crew thank you for all you do