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It has been about 20 years since I’ve been to this hospital and I still hate them. My daughter went to the emergency room, the nurses were rude, the respiratory therapist didn’t bother introducing himself or telling us what he was going to do, doctors went in when I was filling out insurance paperwork and treated and asked my daughter questions without me knowing anything about it and she was only eight at the time. Tried to call an ombudsman to voice my concerns and could never get anyone to talk to me. Not enough words for how much I still hate this place.
I came in through the ED via ambulance, due to an asthma attack. The medical team working that night in October, acted quickly. I was able to breath on my own again, was admitted for monitoring. My Dr released me the next day so I wouldn't miss my daughter's first birthday!!! Thank you so much St.Joe's for not letting me miss her first birthday!
Was admitted 10/29/18 .Due to needing 2 procedures done. On Wednesday before my first procedure I made sure I got myself showered and stripped my bed that had not been changed in 3 days. I feel so bad for your RNs . They are very overworked because of the fact that your nurses assistance are some of the laziest I've ever seen. Or not seen, because I would have to stand at my door to get ice and water for myself and my roommate. My roommates daughter changed her bed after I told her it had not been done. And as far as your cleanliness, Tamie is the only one who mopped a floor .our garbage cans we're always full .the bathroom was horrible . After my amputation I laid with my Iv in my lap for 2 hours. And after 3 hours I had to become ignorant just to get help with bathroom use.
Save yourself a lot of hassle (and maybe your life) and just go to a Cleveland hospital like the Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals or even Cleveland Metro. It'll be less time to drive there than it takes you to see an actual doctor here, anyway. The staff here is mostly rude and/or incompetent. You'll talk with their billing people long before you actually see a doctor most of the time (which they'll want your copay right then and there for.) A family member had an infection after surgery, which Mercy Health's lab saw in blood work, but didn't tell us, his surgeon or anyone. The surgeon only found out the following week by calling this hospital. He could have died from their neglect and incompetence.
Brought a friend in this morning with severe pain in his ears, temporary deafness and other symptoms. After the usual hour long wait, the doctor took a cursory look at his ears and nose and said that there was absolutely nothing he could see and my friend should go see a specialist. He seemed very annoyed that we had wasted his time. The complete lack of concern is what we have come to expect from Mercy Health, but was nonetheless disgusting. Maybe the current health crisis in our area is partially the fault of those whom are supposed to be caring for our health? If we can't have faith that our doctors and nurses can do anything for us, and even treat us with disdain when we do, why seek care in the first place?