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I had to come into the ER on Easter, which I wasn’t thrilled about, but this was one of the best experiences I’ve had with a hospital. The ER staff took my concern seriously and promptly ran the right tests to diagnose me. The two nurses I had were so friendly and down-to-earth, and went out of their way to make sure I was comfortable when waiting for test results. Not to mention that the hospital is beautiful. I felt that they addressed all my concerns and I finally have piece of mind knowing what was wrong with me and what steps should be taken going forward. I definitely recommend St. Luke’s Anderson over any of the other local hospitals.
My grandmother is finishing up a few day stay on the 4th floor and we are extremely happy with the quality care she has received. Everyone has been very friendly and helpful, when we ask for something they NEVER have a poor response or act like it is a pain for them, and they have made my grandmother very happy during this difficult time. She has progressed extremely well with their help and we hope others receive the same care. Also the room is by far the nicest hospital room we have ever seen! Thank you very much St. Luke's.
I had took my mother to the ED, I have overheard the staff openly discussing her case and complaining about my sister and mother in the hallway near the room. This is highly unprofessional, and in violation of HIPPA PHI Incidental Disclosure act, as some one that has experience in the medical field and how much we come to this campus and the PA Alisha wingwrit and some of the other Staff were severely rude. Worst ED in the Lehigh Valley. Will definitely go to Lehigh Valley Health Network in future.
Admitted and stayed for two days. The nurse team on the 4th floor(Linda. Adrian, Ruby) were extremely caring, outgoing, compassionate and helpful! Surgeon (Dr. Paul Berger) and his team were professional and compassionate. Great experience.
First bad experience: I came into the ER with what I later found out to be Mono. The doctor in the ER at the time had done a quick glance at me and said I had a viral infection and gave me some antibiotics. Antibiotics won't even treat a virus first of all. Not a single a test was run and I got worse as the days went on and went to Lehigh Valley Cedar Crest where I got proper treatment and a proper diagnosis.
Second/Third bad experience: I became ill with a fever and nausea and went to the ER. I was told I had DKA. Further blood work showed I had a UTI that moved into my blood and gave me a blood infection. The blood infection seemed to come second to the dka and I wasn't even put on the right antibiotic to fight the bacteria. After 5 days in the ICU I felt okay and they were doing nothing but giving me Tylenol at that point anyway so I went home. I finished my course of oral antibiotics and felt okay. Fast forward to a week later: I'm currently back in the hospital because the bacteria from my previous infection never went away and I went septic. I was prescribed the wrong antibiotic but the doctors here love to turn everything around. I was told it's my fault it came back because my blood sugars aren't well managed when that is the exact opposite of the truth. The doctor's here act like everything they say and do is God's word. I've been here 5 days now and all they've done is given me an antibiotic that proven ineffective and just started me on one that apparently is working. It's impossible to get meds that aren't essential and nobody really cares about how you're doing. There are a few really great nurses but definitely not worth the stay here. I wish I would've gone to Cedar Crest.