St John's Episcopal Hospital at South Shore
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This hospital is definitely not a place to send your sick love ones. The staff is very unprofessional and they can care less about your well being. This is my mom second visit within 4 days. I asked the doctor to please treat her. They gave her a steroid and sent her home. Here we are back 4 days later with the same problem. You don't see actual doctors. They have medical students caring for you. Please dont bring your elderly person here. The state needs to shut this hospital down.
This morning I received a call that my mom was being taken to the ER at St Johns Episcopal Hospital, my initial thought was no, this hospital is such a bad hospital. But once I arrived coming all the way from Jersey I was pleased to see the brand new renovations. It looked absolutely amazing. It was very busy but there was enough staff. When I felt like my mom wasn’t be serviced fast enough I asked to speak to a supervisor. I can’t remember her name but she was young, wore a blue and green dress and had long hair. She was sooooo helpful. She said she was the manager of the psych unit but she knew what she was doing then she told me she was a ER nurse too and I could tell by the way she was moving around the place. Very well spoken and patient. She also reassured me if I needed anything to ask for her personally. My mom is gonna be admitted and after spending the day in the ER I am confident she will be taken great care of upstairs.
I just gave birth to my 2 week old daughter Princess here. I think they did an awesome job with me by coaching me and the staff where were very helpful and nice to me i really appreciate everyone that was working that day. I would recommend anyone that iknow that is pregnant to have their baby at St .Johns hospital.
I'm sorry that I am a year late with my review. I was admitted to St. John's Episcopal Hospital after suffering a T.I.A (mini-stroke) at home on 4/20/2017. After a previous horrible experience at this hospital I expected the worse. But I was pleasantly surprised at how much the care had improved. The nurses, doctors and staff were excellent. Even the food was delicious! I especially liked my neurologist, Dr. Eneman. My 10 day stay here was comfortable and I very much appreciated all of the various chaplains that came to visit me.
Terrible... Staff walking around talking non sense. Nurse lost my sample I waited for 7 hour for 2 Tylenol I am discussed. I was place between a conflict and some lady bleeding out her face, I’m damn near shoulder to shoulder with the other patients in the ER and they talk freely about patient, like doesn’t HIPPA mean anything. Close St Johns hospital or bring in a director the everyone afraid of cause this is by far the worst experience I’ve ever had at the hospital