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Karma A' Lwyzwens
Karma A' Lwyzwens

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Frankly, I can't even believe how unsanitary this place was.

I had the unfortunate mispleasure of having to visit a family member here recently..and I'm shocked.

Soiled latex gloves laying on the ground next to trash can's in the waiting room across from the nurses station, in the public restroom, and in the patients rooms.

Garbage and litter wrappers on the ground in the elevators.

One of the staff left a metal clipboard with patient information laying on the counter of the hand washing station located in the hallway. And it was there for quite some time.
Then suddenly the clipboard disappeared,
and some sort of box shaped portable grey piece of medical equipment was laying there instead. ( I'm not sure if it was some type of mobile thermometer or blood pressure equipment or what )
It too, sat on that hallway hand washing station for quite some time...then disappeared.
There's more too! But my family wants me to just let it go. And I'll respect their wishes.

However, I think that's extremely dangerous and careless behavior. Not only that but it's blatantly disrespectful to the health of the patients and visitors.
What I witnessed was not only morally irresponsible. But socially irresponsible on so many different levels that it makes my stomach turn.

I'm willing to bet the infirmary at the local county correctional facility is cleaner.

Eric Cozza
Eric Cozza

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I was just there with my wife that had surgery 2 days ago and I 3 days ago on my hand she was there for her heart she has a pacemaker and defibrillator.. they told her there was nothing wrong and wouldn't even give her a motrin for pain .. here is the bad part I ask for a wheel chair the police standing there said go get one in the waiting room so me with one hand had to go get the wheel chair help my wife into it and push her out with one hand on Christmas.... never again.i have video.

Brenda Henderson
Brenda Henderson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

My husband came in for a stress echocardiogram on 18 January 2019 and could not have been more pleased with the staff and the procedure as spoken in his words. From the moment I walked into the hospital for my appointment, I felt like a valued customer. The volunteer from the front desk ( I did not catch her name) walked me back to area "B" where I registered and with-in 5 minutes, was seen by Rebecca. She completed my registration, gave me a wrist band, and sent me back to the cardio waiting area where I spoke with yet another Rebecca who I shared a laugh with concerning the identical names. With-in 10 minutes, I was called back to the stress echo room by nurse Barb where I was introduced to nurse Lynn who in-turn explained how the procedure was going to work and answered every question that I had. Nurse Lynn was a true professional and made me feel at ease with the whole experience. As we waited on Dr. Yarlagadda to come into the room, I was also introduced to John who was the attendant who would be actually performing the echo before and after the treadmill. Before during and after the test I was treated with respect and compassion by all members of the Mercy staff that I came in contact with. I left thinking what a wonderful experience that just was. Kudos to all involved and thank you. Gary

Shelli Lynn
Shelli Lynn

4 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

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!

Heidi Lloyd
Heidi Lloyd

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

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.

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