St Lukes Hospital
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I've only been here to deliver my children, and I've loved it. Maternity staff were very attentive, never left my side, made me feel comfortable and kept me up to date with everything that was going on. I highly recommend delivering here
Had an amazing experience at this ER for my daughter compared to Cedar Crest. The nurses knew what they were doing, the doctor was quick but thorough. My only complaint for the ER is that the sheets had some kind of stain on them, when my daughter peed and they rereplac the sheets, the newer sheets also had a stain. On top of that the staff did continuously leave dirty stuff around. Instead of taking used blankets were couldn't us anymore, they left them piled on the bed, packaging for various things they used were left on the bed as well. Better experience all around especially since this wasn't a pediatric ER. But I do expect basic hygiene and cleanliness to be observed while in an ER.
Kristin Camiletti Martins is the worst person I've ever had to deal with in my life. I don't know how she got hired here. You can just tell she's one of those people who pretends to be a nice person but they're really not.
I was admitted for hysterectomy surgery August 2, 2019. I ended up having surgery here as the oncologist I was referred to from the Er stated that Stroudsburg is not equipped for surgeries or deliveries yet. My first 2 Er visits at Stroudsburg Er was not so pleasing. The wait time and not so friendly Er nurses. I had better care at Lehigh Valley Er. After the surgery the care on each shift were not consistant. Some were 🌟 and others only offered to do the mere basic and it showed. I even had to mention this to a Pca on night shift as I began experiencing night sweats and needed clothing and linen changed. She basically handed me new pillowcases and was not looking to help in any other way. The hospital is pretty clean and I would say that overall it seems like a well equipped hospital. I know working at a hospital can be tiresome. Trust me.
When you are a patient for the most part you really don't want to have to be needy or ask for help. But.. You are now in pain and NEED HELP! Even the surgeon oncologist showed me signs of unempathy as he was quick to have me discharged. I had to speak to a case worker and call the health insurance to .be able to stay an extra night
This caused me much distressed and anxiety that I really did not need as my focus was trying to begin the path of recovery!! I have a post p.o. followup with this doctor and just as I am stating all these facts. I plan to speak to him about how he made me feel after surgery. I am not certain if I will continue after care with him. But.. He was pleasant and reassuring my visits prior surgery. I am open to giving him another chance as no one is perfect. In conclusion, I believe when a patient truly needs empathy is more so AFTER surgery. As you are now dealing with physical, emotional and mental concerns.
Terrible terrible. Why is this hospital still open? We went into the emergency room to talk to a doctor about one our relatives. We had to wait 20 minutes just to get to the doctor. And it wasn’t supposed to be long but it took 30 minutes to talk to the doctor. Also we had to wait the 45-50 minutes while hearing this patient gagging so loud and screaming loud. I get it they are sick, but it was still annoying for us and the others in the waiting room. I get it that doctors are busy and they have work to do but it should take that long. The main point is that you have to wait a very long time. One elderly had to wait about 2 hours until her friend decided to take her to another St. Luke’s. Most likely the one in Allentown because that one is way better than this one.