St Lukes Hospital
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Staff was friendly but cannot follow directions. I was at the fountain hill campus for a stroke. I was asked to pee in a jug that needed to be refrigerated or on ice.9 hrs that jug sat until the next shift came in.the battery on my vital computer died. Nobody came to change it. I couldn't get the medication i needed until the urine test was completed.2 days the staff left my test out at room temp. So it couldn't be used. Never will go here again. I would rather just die next time.i guess that's what they wanted anyway
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
At. Luke's university hospital Bethlehem is best hospital to go to they give you the best care nurses are amazing and understanding with your needs
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.