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I had major surgery from Dr. Robert McDonough, urologist.. The surgery was very difficult and took a long time however my life has changed considerably since that day, I have a quality-of-life like I’ve never had before and I love St. Louis University and their physicians, Thank God for them.
Here’s an interesting tidbit.
Born in 1949, was a very sick baby. Had life saving surgery in 1950 at Furman-Desloge Hospital. Now known as St. Louis University Hospital.
Had a life-saving surgery last year (2017) in August
at St. Louis University Hospital.
Did full circle with St. Louis University Hospital. From the bottom of my heart, thank you SSM.
Doctor prescribed me Malaria drugs that you're not supposed to take if you have an anxiety disorder (which I listed on my form). While isolated in the jungle, I felt like I was about to die from panic attacks and I had to risk my health and stop taking them. The doctor could've easy read this in the drug description.
My son's rheumatologist is here.
He knows everything about juvenile arthritis.
He has written books about it.
This hospital has went down hill over the year you constantly sit in the er waiting room for hours and hours. And then they bill you for sitting there for hours and hours without treatment. Its right next to Barnes hospital now they use to be better than that. Very slow now
The care use to be outstanding but now it is absolutely horrible. I have been a patient there for many years and was so pleased with the care that I referred other people there. I now regret doing that because the care has become so terrible. If you need a refill on a medication it will take weeks to get a doctor to refill it. If you have a reaction to a new medication, as I did, it took two weeks for the doctor to get back to me. I have actually had to correct prescriptions that the residents write. If you have a question for the doctor about your care it will take weeks to get an answer. GO THERE AT YOUR OWN PERIL!