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Went in for bypass and valve replacement. 30 day later had a leak and almost died. Blacked out in my bedroom. When I woke I called 911. Then 2 more open heart surgeries. 3 in 33 days. Sternum cracked open twice. Shopping malpractice attorney now. Anyone have recommendations?
The hospital's system went down on July 7th. It is still not up. This is also affecting the staff's paychecks. I must say, that with all they are going through, they are still trying to help patients. I think they deserve a little patience. I waited a little longer than normal but they helped me. I appreciate the staff and I am grateful for their help. Thank you to everyone in the ER.
Had a wonderful experience at Springhill Memorial Hospital. My mother was experiencing medical issues, and she was transported by ambulance to Springhill Memorial. Check-in was quick. They put her in a room in the back (as opposed to the curtain area), where we could watch TV as we waited. Yes, it takes awhile in any emergency room, but it was relative quiet and secure. The nurses and doctors were wonderful. In the future, we will always request Springhill Memorial Emergency for our emergency needs. I was more than impressed with the cleanliness and kindness of everyone there. They have their act together!
I went in there today with what I thought was a heart attack or something worse. They saw me right away and ALL of the doctors and nurses were sympathetic and helpful. The doctor gave me something to calm me down and it solved all of my issues.
I have been to this ER multiple times for chest pain. The first time the doctor listened to my heart, and felt my chest. He sent me home because only being 26 I’m unlikely to have any heart problems. The second time I had a blood draw and X-ray. The doctor then told me it was from anxiety. A lady then came in and asked me if I had insurance. I replied no, but I’m looking into setting up a payment plan. She became very rude stating that doctors don’t work for free and that if I came back I would have to pay something before being seen. My final time of coming in for chest pain and dizziness I was treated like I was just their for attention or pain killers (even tho the only time I received medicine I made sure it wouldn’t make me feel loopy). Dr Jacobs ran yet another X-ray and blood test. While I was waiting on the results I heard him talking to the nurses and say “Guess what theirs nothing wrong with him again”. Still suffering with chest pain I decided to go elsewhere. Turns out I had pleurisy the whole time. I will never be back here and I will continue to warn everyone I know how horrible this place is.