St Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center
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Select Specialty Hospital on third floor of saint Joseph is very good respiratory rehab. They could be quicker responding to the nurses buttons 40 minutes to an hour is too long after you push the button to get help. Other than that, most of the staff is extremely accommodating, very friendly and skilled. Kudos to Barry, the best RT at Select.
I work here. People are kind and helpful. Some of my colleagues underwent surgical procedures at the hospital and they were satisfied with the care provided. It is a good place to work as well. Hello humankindness!
The Mayo clinic may be the best for the rich crowd, but St. Joe's is the best bet for poor people. The level of care here is beyond any expectations you may have. The nurses are more compassionate than any hospital I've ever been to, yet battle hardened against their old foe, Death. The doctors here are brilliant at their job, and their bed-side manners are filled with loving kindness. everyone here is willing to put forth the effort to make this an environment of healing.
Quality care, I must admit, you are the best family care trauma center west of the Mississippi River. And Your staff sincerely cares about everybody's well being, regardless of economic stature. Keep up the great and fabulous work.
Transient in the waiting room was going one by one to people asking for change. My mother pressed her button repeatedly for assistance with going to the restroom after having brain surgery and nobody came to assist, so she tried to get up and fell. She got MRSA infection in her incision and she was discharged the next day and fell very ill. When we brought her back to the ER we were dismissed as it was just a side effect from the surgery. We brought her back again for a 3rd time within 3 days and they actually did their job and ran a simple test and realized she had MRSA in her incision which ended up killing her. Poorest service I have ever seen anywhere.